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Droodles was a short-lived primetime game show where celebrities tried to identify drawings with captions for Droodles submitted by home viewers or sketched by host and cartoonist Roger Price.
A celebrity panel tried to identify a Droodle or supply a caption to one of host Price's Droodle picture drawings. A Droodle was a simple line drawing that depicted an object or scene from a strange or different perspective.
Home viewers could also send in their Droodles and if the panel could not guess what they were within four minutes, the viewer would win $100.
Century Theater, New York City, NY
Many of Roger's Price's Droodles were published in a series of books. He was also a one-time gag writer for Bob Hope and helped to creat the party game, Mad Libs.