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  • After a regular spot on the failed Goodson-Todman game show "What's Going On?" in 1954, Ms. Hart hit her stride as a regular panelist on the company's "To Tell the Truth," which launched on CBS in 1956 and ran until 1968.

    Archive 2007-04-15

  • BARKER: Mark Goodson who created "The Price Is Right" and had the famous mark the Goodson-Todman Productions.

    CNN Transcript May 16, 2009

  • Here's an edited excerpt of what Wikipedia has to say about "Beat the Clock" and its place in the history of TV game shows: "Beat the Clock" was a Goodson-Todman Productions game show which originally ran on CBS from 1950 to 1958 and ABC from 1958 to 1961, with later revivals.

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  • The jackpot clock and the bonus stunt see below would provide the templates for the traditional quiz-show bonus round, which would become a TV staple, starting with the Lightning Round for the Goodson-Todman word game Password, in 1961.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • The jackpot clock and the bonus stunt see below would provide the templates for the traditional quiz-show bonus round, which would become a TV staple, starting with the Lightning Round for the Goodson-Todman word game Password, in 1961.

    DesignerBlog

  • Here's an edited excerpt of what Wikipedia has to say about "Beat the Clock" and its place in the history of TV game shows: "Beat the Clock" was a Goodson-Todman Productions game show which originally ran on CBS from 1950 to 1958 and ABC from 1958 to 1961, with later revivals.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Price was conceived in the fertile brain of one Bob Stewart, a creative producer working at that time for—all together now—Goodson-Todman!

    Here We Go Again

  • All the old Goodson-Todman and Mark Goodson Productions shows are being shown, plus many others.

    Here We Go Again

  • The Goodson-Todman shows made it through the storm with a clean record, and for one simple reason: there was no big payoff involved.

    Here We Go Again

  • When Goodson-Todman went on the air with yet another game show, it was hardly news, because they had such a string of hits already under their collective belt.

    Here We Go Again

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