Robert Trout (1948–1951)
Walter Kiernan (1951–1954)
John Charles Daly (1955)
Peter Roberts
Kenneth Banghart
Rex Marshall
Bill Cochran
Peter Roberts
Dick Dudley
Durwood Kirby (1955)
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NBC Radio: 7/2/1948 – 9/24/1948, 1/2/1949 – 4/17/1949, 7/2/1950 – 8/22/1950
NBC Primetime: 12/9/1948 – 2/18/1951, 4/5-26/1952, 4/13/1953 – 7/19/1954
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ABC Primetime: 2/2/1955 – 7/26/1955
NBC Television (1948–1954)
ABC Television (1955)

Who Said That? was a news quiz featuring a panel composed of journalist and guest celebrities who tried to guess the author of a quotation that was recently in the news.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Panelists had to describe the circumstances surrounding the quote. Starting in the television version in December 1948, they were each penalized $5 if they did not come up with the correct answers. The money went into a jackpot which went to a home person if they sent the quote, or to a charity if they were thought up by the producers. In addition, home people were also to submit the "All-Time Quotes" (one of the most important quotes in all of the news) and if one was used on the show, the viewer won a $50 bonus.

Panel[edit | edit source]

Here is a list of the celebrities that were a part of the panel:

  • Morey Amsterdam
  • Al Capp
  • June Lockhart
  • Kitty Carlisle
  • Bennett Cerf
  • Oscar Levart
  • Bob Considine and Earl Wilson
  • John Cameron Swayze
  • Boris Karloff
  • H.V. Kaltenborn
  • Frank Conniff
  • Deems Taylor
  • Peggy Ann Garner
  • Alfred Vanderbilt
  • Dagmar

British Version[edit | edit source]

A British version of the show aired on BBC-tv from 26 July 1955 to 19 September 1958. It's hosts included Alan Melville, Lionel Hale, and Gilbert Harding.

Production Location[edit | edit source]

New York City, NY

Video Links[edit | edit source]

A full episode from March 30, 1953 (Panel: Frank Conniff, Deems Taylor, Dagmar, H.V. Kaltenborn)
A full episode from April or May 1953 (Panel: Bill Henry, George Gobel, June Lockhart, Merriman Smith)
A full episode from May 10, 1955 (Panel: Quincy Howe, June Lockhart, Groucho Marx, Bob Considine)

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