Those Two (1951–1953)

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5 June 2008 | harl-7
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| Announcer
There doesn't appear to be any other way to get you this information:

I really don't want this as a comment, but rather as an addition to "Full Cast and Crew".

Bill Cullen was the announcer on this show. (He declared it on a circa-1965 episode of "I've Got A Secret" featuring Carol Burnette and a trivia team from Columbia University.

The host of that episode show was Steve Allen, not Garry Moore.

It used the regular panel, consisting of Betsy Palmer, Bill Cullen, Bess "Miss America" Myerson, and Henry Morgan.

One of the non-celebrity guests was a couple that had been married 50 years. She had a piece of her original wedding cake. (Steve Allen joked that "they don't make wedding cake like they used to"). The secret, though, was that he was wearing the same suit he was married in. It looked nice, and was once again in style.

As a surprise, Steve Allen produced the suit coat that Bill Cullen had married Ann in, a decade earlier. Bill had gained 15 pounds, he claimed, but the suit coat fit nicely. Bill quipped that he gained it other places, not in the belly.

I need ten lines of text, and they ought not be junk, so I've tried my best. The episode of "I've Got A Secret" where Bill said he was the announcer on "Those Two" was rebroadcast about 3 or 4 AM, EST, on the morning of June 5, 2008.

If there's a way to get you information like this that creates less work for you, please drop me a note, telling me how to do it.

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