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Let's Play Post Office
Definition:

Three contestants were read letters from celebrities one line at a time. They tried to guess the identity of the letter's author. As more lines of the letter were revealed, the value of the letter decreased. The game included a "zip round" where telegraphed messages appeared briefly on the screen, and they had to guess the identity of the celebrity sender.

Premiered: September 27, 1965 on NBC

Host:

Don Morrow

Announcers:

Bill Wendell

Wayne Howell

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