Pantomime Quiz (1955)

Pantomime Quiz

In "Pantomime Quiz" eight celebrities play a variantion on the popular "Charades" game. This show later changed title to "Stump the Stars" The DuMont network largely ignored the standard business model of 1950s television, in which one advertiser sponsored an entire show, enabling it to have complete control over its content. Instead, DuMont sold commercials to many different advertisers, freeing producers of its shows from the veto power held by sole sponsors. This eventually became the standard model for U.S. television.
Pantomime Quiz (1950)
Pantomime Quiz (1951)
Pantomime Quiz (1954)
Pantomime Quiz (1955)

See also Stump the Stars


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