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Stop Me If You've Heard This One
Definition:

Based on the radio show by the same name hosted by Milton Berle.  Home viewers sent in jokes that were read to a panel of comedians.  If the comedian recognized the joke before it was read completely, he tried to finish it.  If he didn't succeed, the home viewer won a prize.

Production Company: Cal Tinney Productions

Airdates:
March 4, 1948 - April 22, 1949 (NBC, primetime)
Hosts:
Roger Bower

Leon Janney

Announcer:
Radcliff Hall
Panelists:
Cal Tinney

Morey Amsterdam

Benny Rubin

Lew Lehr

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