Will the real John Doe please stand up? That's the famous catchphrase associated with one of the most enduring games of all time, To Tell the Truth. That's where a team of celebrity panelists attempted to determine which of three contestants is the actual person associated with a story. A team of three people, only one of which is actually associated with a story, introduce themselves. The host relates the person's story through an affidavit (which could be funny, serious, inspirational, having to do with their profession, political activity or cause they were actively involved in, etc.). The celebrity panelists, one at a time, question the three contestants (addressing them as No. 1, No. 2. and No. 3) in an attempt to expose the liars and determine who is telling the truth.
|Season 1||December 1956||December 1957||55|
|Season 2||January 1958||December 1958||45|
|Season 3||January 1959||December 1959||51|
|Season 4||January 1960||December 1960||48|
|Season 5||January 1961||December 1961||44|
|Season 6||January 1962||December 1962||41|
|Season 7||January 1963||December 1963||44|
|Season 8||January 1964||December 1964||44|
|Season 9||January 1965||December 1965||45|
|Season 10||January 1966||December 1966||28|
|Season 11||January 1967||May 1967||18|
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