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771 viewsRod Roddy and a great shot of his announce desk. Why isn't he looking at us?
765 viewsThere he is, in a great tuxedo, the first prize in the Showcase!
758 viewsAn exciting finish to 'Superball!' The contestant landed the superball into the 'win' circle. A win with the superball was always exciting because the big doors would open one after the other as the audience cheered.
755 viewsThis is the original design for Most Expensive, the first of the game's three designs. If the signs look familiar, these are three of the four light stands used in the Five Price Tags game. A fourth price tag, not sporting a shelf for the price tag, was added for the 5PT game, and the 1-2-3 numbers were removable overlays. The bases with the red arrow motif were eventually redesigned, without shelves since Most Ex had gotten "dedicated" props.
754 viewsThe 'Phone Home Game' involved a home contestant and an on stage player. Here, the contestant didn't want to look at the amount Barker was about to reveal because she was afraid she'd missed the product that could have earned $10,000. Unfortunately, she was proven right. But in the end, the two players split $5,000.
753 viewsCheck out this unusual Bump prize reveal from 1990!
742 viewsBurton Richardson, veteran of the old nighttime show, helps out when Rod is unable to do his thing in 2001.
741 viewsBob hands a contestant the three pennies she'll need to play 'Penny Ante' back in early 1986.
740 viewsWhen a contestant bids $12000 on a motorcycle in the one bid, Barker wants to know why they can't ring it up on the readouts. (Note the flip card that reads TEST on top of the slate.)
Switcheroo730 viewsOne of the very first instances of Switcheroo being played for a 5-digit car!
729 viewsA rare look at a tel-op slide from the nighttime Kennedy version of "The Price is Right." This slide was only seen on the air when something went wrong while the affiliate was airing the show.
726 viewsThis is the first time Bob entered the stage on September 4, 1972. Note that there was not yet a Barker Wall: the elements behind him became the background for the first item up for bids: a fur coat!
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