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Guess What (Summer 1952)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
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GUESS WHAT
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DuMont Network 
WABD channel 5 New York

US Game Show Summer 1952   8 episodes x 30 min

Host: Dick Kollmar

Premise: Game show with four celebrity panelists trying to guess an unknown secret.

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DuMont Tuesdays 9-9:30pm (08Jul52 to 26Aug52)

[01] Guess What [Premiere]
08Jul1952
Host Dick Kollmar
Celebrity panelists

[02] Guess What
15Jul1952
Host Dick Kollmar
Celebrity panelists
Doris Lilly
Arthur Kober
Mark Hanna
and Audrey Christie.

[03] Guess What
22Jul1952
Host Dick Kollmar
Celebrity panelists

[04] Guess What
29Jul1952
Host Dick Kollmar
Celebrity panelists
Ezra Stone
Quentin Reynolds
Virginia Paine
and Audrey Christie.

[05] Guess What
05Aug1952
Host Dick Kollmar
Celebrity panelists

[06] Guess What
12Aug1952
Host Dick Kollmar
Celebrity panelists

[07] Guess What
19Aug1952
Host Dick Kollmar
Celebrity panelists

[08] Guess What [Final show of the series]
26Aug1952
Host Dick Kollmar
Celebrity panelists

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