Hold It Please was a short-lived primetime game show where the regulars would act out a scene, after which the contestants would try to answer questions about that particular scene.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
A cast of regulars "acted" out questions for contestants to answer. The questions could relate to an event in history or be entirely fictional. The regulars often danced, sang, and acted to illustrate the questions. A contestant who successfully answered the question then played for a $1,000 jackpot. If they won the jackpot, they remained on the show as assistant emcee until there was a new jackpot winner.
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Studio[edit | edit source]
Grand Central Station Studios, New York City, NY