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The Ad-Libbers (1951)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
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THE AD-LIBBERS
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CBS

US Comedy Sketch Game Show 1951 5 episodes x 30 min

Host: Peter Donald

regulars included:
Jack Lemmon
Charles Mendick
Patricia Hosley
Joe Silver
Earl Hammond
Cynthia Stone.


Summer replacement for "Mama".

*Trivia: The series was based on a similar progam titled "What Happens Now?" which aired in 1949 on WOR-TV New York.
Hosted by Nelson Olmsted with regulars Ross Martin, Carol Ohmart and Larry Blyden.

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CBS Fridays 8-8:30pm (03Aug1951 to 31Aug1951)

[01] The Ad-Libbers [Premiere]
03Aug1951 CBS Fri
Host Peter Donald

[02] The Ad-Libbers
10Aug1951 CBS Fri
Host Peter Donald

[03] The Ad-Libbers
17Aug1951 CBS Fri
Host Peter Donald

[04] The Ad-Libbers
24Aug1951 CBS Fri
Host Peter Donald

[05] The Ad-Libbers [Final show of the series]
31Aug1951 CBS Fri
Host Peter Donald

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