TV Series | TV-G | | Family, Game-Show
Contestants compete for prizes and cash, including cars and vacations, in games that test their knowledge of consumer goods pricing.
26 September 1972: Five Price Tags is played for the very first time.
This is Rich Fields speaking for "The Price is Right:" A Mark Goodson Television Production!
If a contestant won the right to a bonus spin in a Showcase Showdown (spinning the large wheel), Bob Barker always warned the contestant that the wheel had to make at least one revolution during the bonus spin or "it doesn't count and you don't get to spin again." The fact that the contestant would not get another chance to spin means that the insufficient spin WOULD count.
During the closing credits from 1992 until 2007 when Drew Carey took over, the announcer would continue to announce that the show was "A Mark Goodson Production", mainly in his honor.