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Hosts
John Reed King (Daily, September–March)
Mike Wallace (Weekly, November–March)
Dean Miller (March–June)
Broadcast
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CBS Daytime: 9/29/1952 – 6/12/1953
CBS Saturday Mornings: 11/15/1952 – 6/13/1953
Packager
CBS Television

There's One in Every Family was a short-lived daytime game show where three contestants as well as their families would receive cash and prizes after they had demonstrated their "accomplishments".

Gameplay[]

Each program spotlighted three contestants whose families as well as themselves would receive cash and prizes after they had demonstrated that their specialties rightfully entitled their kin to be proud of them. Their accomplishments could include anything from the ability to play an unusual musical instrument to holding a record for blood donations.

After being interviewed by the emcee, each of the contestants was asked a series of questions that related to the reason for their selection.

Taping Locations[]

New York City, NY (September–March)
CBS Television City, Los Angeles, CA (March–June)

Inventor[]

Mario Lewis