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High-Low (1957)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
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Barry & Enright Productions
for
NBC
filmed in Studio 6A at NBC Studios in the Rockefeller Center in Manhattan.
Sponsored by Ford Motors
Created by Jack Barry and Dan Enright
Executive Producer Robert Noah
Producer Albert Freedman
Directed by Charles S. Dubin
Narrated by Don Pardo
Composer Paul Taubman

US Game Show 1957 12 episodes x 30min

Host Jack Barry

Quiz based on card game. Contestants compete against a panel of celebrities.

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 NBC Thursdays 9:30-10pm (04-July-1957 to 19-Sept-1957)
Summer replacement series for "The Ford Show".

[01] High-Low [Premiere]
04Jul1957 NBC Thur
Celebrity panelists
Burl Ives
John Van Doren
and Patricia Medina.

[02] High-Low
11Jul1957 NBC Thur
Celebrity panelists
Burl Ives
John Van Doren
and Patricia Medina.

[03] High-Low
18Jul1957 NBC Thur
Celebrity panelists
Walter Slezak
John Van Doren
and Patricia Medina.

[04] High-Low
25Jul1957 NBC Thur
Celebrity panelists
Robert Strauss
John Van Doren
and Patricia Medina.

[05] High-Low
01Aug1957 NBC Thur
Celebrity panelists
Burl Ives
John Van Doren
and Patricia Medina.
Contestants Hank Bloomgarden and Jim Snodgrass, whose battle on "21" took plenty of prize money from Jack Barry,
try to save the quizmaster some loot by blocking Mrs. Terri Curtis' climb to the $100,000 jackpot.
Second contestant is western hermit T.D. Lingo who may even favor us with a folk tale or ditty.

[06] High-Low
08Aug1957 NBC Thur
Celebrity panelists
Burl Ives
John Van Doren
and Arlene Dahl.
Mrs. Terri Curtis, winner of $76,000 returns to compete against the panel.

[07] High-Low
15Aug1957 NBC Thur
Celebrity panelists
Burl Ives
Hank Bloomgarden
and Arlene Dahl.
Mrs. Terri Curtis and the incredible T.D. Lingo of Lookout Mountain, Colorado are still going strong.

[08] High-Low
22Aug1957 NBC Thur
Celebrity panelists

[09] High-Low
29Aug1957 NBC Thur
Celebrity panelists
Laraine Day
Hank Bloomgarden
and Burl Ives.
Pittied against returning contestant T.D. Lingo and a new one Mrs. Finette Bailey.

[10] High-Low
05Sep1957 NBC Thur
Celebrity panelists
Walter Slezak
Laraine Day
and Jim Snodgrass
Pittied against returning contestants T.D. Lingo and Mrs. Finette Bailey.

[11] High-Low
12Sep1957 NBC Thur
Celebrity panelists

[12] High-Low [Final show of the series]
19Sep1957 NBC Thur
Celebrity panelists

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