|Milton Berle (1939–1940)|
Morey Amsterdam (1947)
Roger Bower (March–November 1948)
Leon Janney (November 1948–1949)
John Conte (1962)
Larry Anderson (1991)
Mutual Radio: 9/13/1947 – 10/9/1948
NBC Primetime: 3/4/1948 – 4/22/1949
Unsold Pilot: 3/21/1962
Unsold Pilots for Syndication: 10/17/1991
|Cal Tinney Productions (1939–1949)|
Paramount Television Productions, Inc. (1962)
MTM Productions (1991)
Stop Me if You've Heard this One was a comedy game show where comedians tried to guess a joke's punchline.
Viewers sent in jokes that were read to a panel of three comedians. If one of the panelists recognized the story, s/he would stop the joke and continue it to its conclusion. If the comedian did not give the correct ending, the home viewer won a gift.