The evening's central characters are a mineral-prospecting professor, the president of the National Safety Council, and a woman who lived on a credit card for a full month.

This Date in History: March 17, 1960

During a segment featuring treasure hunter Count Abel Armand, the tally lights on the contestants' desk malfunction. Polly Bergen correctly observes, "How can there be four votes for number one and one vote for number two?"

The classic guessing game in which a panel questions three contestants in order to discern the only expert, "To Tell the Truth" remains an enduring Goodson-Todman panel show.

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Series Four: 1990-91
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Series Five: 2000-02
Panel Guide | Episode Guide
Series Three: 1980-81
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