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The Anniversary Game (1969)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
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THE ANNIVERSARY GAME
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Syndicated

US Game Show 1969

Host Alan Hamel
(of ABC's short-lived "Wedding Party")

Announcer Dean Webber

Premise: Three married couples compete for points and prizes by performing stunts and answering questions. (Similar to Beat the Clock).
Trivia: One of the prize models on the show was Suzanne Somers, whom Alan Hamel would marry in 1977.

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Syndicated Monday to Friday 11:30am (27Jan69-Feb69)
Syndicated Saturdays (8Feb69-Sep69)

[01-05] Anniversary Game  [Premiere Week]
27Jan1969

[--] Anniversary Game
08Feb1969 Saturday
(series gets a Saturday night berth on Feb 8)
Gisele MacKenzie and Rosey Grier guest on opener with a woman guessing whether her husband will use hands or brushes to body-paint a bikini clad model (Suzanne Somers).

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