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Video Village
Video Village Video Village
On this CBS game show, the contestants were tokens on a life-sized board game.
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Posted by Bob Matthews at 8:24 am (PDT) on Mon May 25, 2015   
Tracy, what memories do you have about being on the show?
Belated congratulations! Smile
Posted by Tracy2323 at 3:45 pm (PST) on Tue December 16, 2014   
i was the biggest winner on Video Village, hosts went from Jack Narz to Monty Hall.....no lie
Posted by Duff at 2:55 pm (PDT) on Wed April 10, 2013   
Thanks, Bob. I feel a trivia question coming on...
Posted by Bob Matthews at 9:01 pm (PDT) on Tue April 9, 2013   
Eileen Barton! She sang the 1950's hit, "If I Knew You Were Coming I'd've Baked A Cake."

"Eileen Barton and The New Yorkers," it says on my 78. Smile
Posted by Kids TV Kid at 2:25 pm (PDT) on Tue April 9, 2013   
There was also a kids' version of "Video Village".."Kideo
Village" (AKA "Video Village Junior") seen saturday mornings
on The CBS TV Network briefly during the 1962 tv season.

  Monty Hall (who was the announcer of the weekday morning
adult version of "Video Village" then hosted by Jack Narz) became
the series' mc..Kenny Williams was the show's second and last
announcer and comedy relief and Eileen Barton was the show's
model and singer.
Posted by Kids TV Kid at 5:47 am (PDT) on Mon April 8, 2013   
Actually.."Shenanigans" began as a local kids tv game show
on WPIX TV Ch.11 in NYC back in the early 1950's.

Mr. Bob Quigley (who collaborated on the development
and producing of The ABC TV Network version of the
show with Mr. Merrill Heatter) hosted the local NYC edition
of the show..but? as a private detective having his studio
audiences answering riddles to solve baffling crimes.
Posted by RonM at 10:43 am (PDT) on Sun April 7, 2013   
Wasn't "Shananigans" just a kid's version of this?
Posted by briteiis at 4:26 pm (PDT) on Thu September 24, 2009   
I never remembered the TV show but I did have the board game for this

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