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Host
Allen Ludden
Announcer
Jay Stewart
Broadcast
WWTS
Syndication (Weekly): 9/18/1968 – 9/10/1969
Packager
Stuart Phelps-Jesse Martin Productions
Distributor
TeleCom Productions Inc.

"It's time to Win with the Stars! And now, here's the star of the show, Allen Ludden!"

Win with the Stars was a short-lived musical game show where celebrity/civilian teams competed to name & sing as many songs as possible, as fast as possible.

GameplayEdit

Two teams of two (each consisting of one celebrity and one contestant) competed in a game identifying & singing songs. Each team had 45 seconds to guess as many songs as possible, with an attempt to sing the first lines of those songs after each guess. Each song title was worth five points, and the team also earned one point for each correct word in those lines. When singing the first lines, if at any time the team sang an incorrect word, a horn would sound and they would stop there. When time ran out, the other team would have a chance to play.

The First Two GamesEdit

Four new contestants played the first two games (two for each game) with the highest scorer in each game advancing to Game 3.

Game 3 (The Final)Edit

Played like the first two rounds, but with the winners of the first two games facing off. The winner of this game won double his/her current winnings.

AdvertsEdit

TV GuideEdit

FlyerEdit

MusicEdit

Bobby Hammack

InventorEdit

Based off a previous game show What's This Song?.

StudioEdit

NBC Studios, Burbank, CA

NoteEdit

The horn used was carried over to the syndicated version of The Hollywood Squares.

YouTube LinkEdit

Opening credits of an episode