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Salvador Dali on “What’s My Line?”

This ten minute clip is drawn from the renowned 1950s game show, and it’s fairly surreal. I do not use the word surreal loosely: the unique guest is Salvador Dali.
Video Rating: four / 5

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“What’s My Line” (w/ guest Lucille Ball, Deborah Kerr) 1/3

Lucille Ball guest appears on the popular 1950′s game show “What’s My Line”
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What’s the song that was out about a soap opera “general hospital” i think it came out around the 80′s!?

Question by michelle: What’s the song that was out about a soap opera “general hospital” i think it came out around the 80′s!?
The song refrenced a soap opera “general Hospital” in I think the early 80′s not quite sure though. it’d be really nice to find it!! hope you can help, thanks!

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Answer by Angela Vizzo
It’s called General Hospi-tale.

Here’s the link to it (with a video) on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uF-aPjhbI8E

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What’s My Line? (Alfred Hitchcock)

Alfred Hitchcock’s appearance on “What’s My Line?”
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Ed Sullivan on ‘What’s My Line’ (1958)

From classicvideostreams.com Ed Sullivan is the mystery guest on ‘What’s My Line’ which aired on September 14, 1958. Panelists included: Dorothy Kilgallen, John Payne, Arlene Francis & Bennett Cerf. The Moderator is John Charles Daly.

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What’s My Line? – Bozo the Clown

Bozo appears, with and without make-up, on “What’s My Line?”

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Salvador Dali on “What’s My Line?”

This ten minute clip is drawn from the famous 1950s game show, and it’s quite surreal. I don’t use the word surreal loosely: the special guest is Salvador Dali.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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