All About Faces (not to be confused with About Faces) was a hidden-camera game show where celebrities and their partners viewed everyday people in unusual situations.
Two teams, each consisting of a celebrity and a friend or relative, would be shown a clip of an unsuspecting person placed in an embarrassing situation, recorded by a hidden camera, and as the film was frozen on a closeup of the person's face, the contestants had to wager on how the person would react. For example, a person in a cab is told by the driver that he is nearsighted and color blind; the contestants would guess whether the passenger would exit the cab or not.
Each team started with $50 and could bet as much as they wanted in each round; the team with the most money after four rounds won the game, with both couples' winnings donated to the winning couple's favorite charity.
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This was one of several Canadian game shows Dan Enright worked on following his post-quiz show scandals exile. He would later make a comeback to American game shows when former partner Jack Barry brought him in to produce the final network season of Barry's own successful comeback series, The Joker's Wild.