NBC Daytime: 7/3/1967 – 9/26/1969
|Bob Stewart Productions|
"Today (insert celebrities) play Personality with our special guest star (insert special guest star). And now, here's your host, Larry Blyden!"
Personality was a short-lived daytime game show where three celebrities try to predict how much they know about other celebrities.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
A panel of three celebrities, each playing for a member of the studio audience or home viewer, tried to predict how other celebrities answered a series of questions asked in pre-recorded interviews.
Round 1[edit | edit source]
In the first round two of the panelists were given three possible responses for each question asked to the third and after they chose, the correct answer was shown.
Round 2[edit | edit source]
In the second round, the celebrity panelists had to guess how a group of people responded to questions related to one of them.
Round 3[edit | edit source]
In the third round, the celebrity panelists had to guess how a different celebrity answered questions.
Each correct answer was worth $25 for the person they were playing for, and the top-scoring celebrity of the day won a vacation for his/her partner.
Merchandise[edit | edit source]
A Board Game called Personality Game was released by Milton Bradley in 1968.
Music[edit | edit source]
1st Main - "Struttin' with Maria" by Herb Alpert
2nd Main - Bob Colbert (later used as the theme to Three on a Match)
Studio[edit | edit source]
NBC Studio 6A, New York City, NY
Episode status[edit | edit source]
The series is believed to be wiped. The only episodes known to exist are #437 from March 4, 1969, #541 from July 28, and #542 from July 29. Game Show Network has aired #542, and it is also available through private collectors as a studio master.
Rating[edit | edit source]
YouTube Links[edit | edit source]
A full episode from July 29, 1969 (Jack Cassidy, Joan Rivers, Flip Wilson; Special Guest: Shirley Jones)