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Walt Disney on "What's My Line" from 1956

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Walt Disney on "What's My Line" from 1956

Postby Charles » Sun Jun 20, 2010 5:36 pm

A great way to celebrate what the new forums on AN can do.

In the 1950s and 60s, there was a very popular game show on American TV called "What's My Line". As part of the show, there would be a famous celebrity as a guest. The panelists would be blindfolded, the guest would sign in, and then the panelists would offer up a series of questions trying to figure out the identity of the mystery guest.

On November 11, 1956, the mystery guest was Walt Disney.

Here's the video in its entirety of Walt's appearance on "What's My Line"...


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