I've Got a Secret
I've Got a Secret


Comedy,Game Show

First Aired

Jun 19, 1952


I've Got a Secret


Network: CBS

Status: Ended


I've Got a Secret (1952-1967) is a weekly panel game show produced by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman for CBS television. Created by comedy writers Allan Sherman and Howard Merrill, it was a derivative of Goodson-Todman's own panel show What's My Line?. Instead of celebrity panelists trying to determine a contestant's occupation, the panel tries to determine a contestant's "secret": something that is unusual, amazing, embarrassing, or humorous about that person. The original version of I've Got a Secret premiered on June 19, 1952[1] and ran until April 3, 1967. This version began broadcasting in black and white and switched to a color format in 1966, by which time virtually all commercial network programs were being shown in color. The show was revived for the 1972-1973 season in once-a-week syndication and again from June 15 to July 6, 1976, for a Summer run. Another production ran on the Oxygen cable channel in a daily version, with original episodes airing from 2000 through 2003. GSN ran a revival from April 17 to June 9, 2006 with an all-gay panel. In October 2006, GSN opted not to renew the show for a second season, although reruns remained on its schedule for some time afterward. (Wikipedia)


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Howard Duff, Ida Lupino

Episode 1

1. "I have poison ivy." 2. "I shot myself down... Read more

Joe E. Brown

Episode 2

1.Henry received 1,500 job offers in response to last week's... Read more

Peter Lawford

Episode 3

1. "My husband took Jayne Meadows to her high school... Read more

George Gobel

Episode 5

1. "I delivered the only baby gorilla ever born in... Read more

Rocky Graziano

Episode 7

1. "My father is the Governor … of California." 2.... Read more

Tab Hunter

Episode 8

1. "I'm the youngest member of the United States Congress."... Read more

Laraine Day

Episode 14

1. "I sold $1500 worth of pictures I've painted." 2.... Read more

Mickey Rooney

Episode 17

1. "We play jazz together in a Dixieland band." 2.... Read more

Eddie Cantor

Episode 23

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Fifth Anniversary Show

Episode 25

1.Studio supervisor: "I auditioned Bing Crosby and told him he... Read more

Lou Costello

Episode 26

1. Garry reads postcards from "I would marry Henry Morgan... Read more

Buster Keaton

Episode 27

1. "I have 10 live snakes concealed on me." 2.... Read more

Don Ameche

Episode 29

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Gypsy Rose Lee

Episode 30

1. "We're all expectant fathers." 2. "I sang the first... Read more

Salute to Radio

Episode 31

Salute to radio. Read more

Ricardo Montalban

Episode 32

1. "I'm the world champion woodchopper." 2. "I delivered diapers... Read more

Ben Blue

Episode 33

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No Celebrity

Episode 35

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Hal March

Episode 36

1. "All of us beat Garry Moore in a sailing... Read more

Tony Randall

Episode 38

1. "I'm going to marry one of the cameramen on... Read more

Mickey Rooney

Episode 40

1. "I slept in a Pullman berth with a hippopotamus."... Read more

Jerry Colonna

Episode 41

1. Henry calls vacationing Garry. 2. Broderick Crawford "I'm watching... Read more

50th Anniversary of Hollywood

Episode 42

1. "I was the first pianist in the first silent... Read more

Diana Dors

Episode 43

1. "I was Faye Emerson's singing voice in a movie"... Read more

Dennis Day

Episode 44

1. "I have two sisters on the panel." 2. "My... Read more

Margaret Hamilton, Nanette Fabray

Episode 47

Tribute to the movies. Read more

Joe E. Brown

Episode 48

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Rudy Vallee

Episode 49

1. "I have a rocket in my pocket." 2. "I'm... Read more

Fernando Lamas

Episode 50

1. "We live in Walla Walla." 2. "We flew a... Read more

Farley Granger

Episode 51

1. "Henry Morgan has owed me $2.00 for 26 years."... Read more

No Celebrity

Episode 52

1. "My grandfather is seeing me for the first time... Read more

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