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Picture This was a short-lived primetime game show where a celebrity guest and a contestant draw clues to identify a secret phrase.

BroadcastEdit

CBS June 26, 1963-September 17, 1963

PackagerEdit

Joelson-Baer Productions

HostEdit

Jerry Van Dyke

AnnouncerEdit

Lee Vines

GameplayEdit

Two teams, each composed of a celebrity guest and a studio contestant, competed in a game where one player was given a phrase and he directed his partner by telling him what clues to draw to learn its identity. Each team chose one of five objects, each with a different time limit, for their opponents to play. Correctly identifying the object scored a point for that team. Failure to do so scored a point for the other team. The first team to score three points won $200 and the other player earned $100. The winning team would then play a bonus game where they would be given 60 seconds to draw up to six objects. Each correct guess earned $50 for a possible total of $300 for a grand total of $500.

MerchandiseEdit

A board game titled as The Picture This Game was released by Standard Toycraft in 1963.

TriviaEdit

Jerry Van Dyke is the real life brother of Dick Van Dyke. Dick himself hosted a few game shows.

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