GSN Pays Tribute to Award-Winning Actress Anne Bancroft
Salute Includes Appearances on Such Classic Game Shows as
'What's My Line?' and 'Password'
Bancroft Tribute Airs Sunday, June 12 From 12 P.M. to 2 P.M. ET/PT
SANTA MONICA, Calif., June 8 -- Anne Bancroft, the celebrated
stage, film and television actress, will be honored by GSN in a two-hour
tribute featuring some of her early career moments on classic games shows
Sunday, June 12 from Noon to 2 p.m. ET/PT. Bancroft who won the best actress
Oscar in 1962 for her role as the teacher to a young Helen Keller in "The
Miracle Worker," died of uterine cancer on Monday at the age of 73.
All times are Eastern and Pacific.
Schedule Sunday, 6/12
From the summer of 1962, Anne Bancroft and actor/singer Robert Goulet play
the game of guessing passwords from one word clues given by their partners.
Host: Allen Ludden
12:30p What's My Line
(7/1/62) -- Anne Bancroft makes the first of three appearances as the
mystery guest trying to stump panelists Allen Ludden, Arlene Francis, Bennett
Cerf and Dorothy Kilgallen. Other guests include a female crab fisherman and
a woman who does a human bomb act. Host: John Daly
1:00p What's My Line
(4/7/63) -- Anne Bancroft returns as mystery guest trying to stump a panel
of Arlene Francis, Bennett Cerf, Martin Gabel and Phyllis Newman. Other
guests include a female butcher and a man who sells sugar. Host: John Daly
1:30p What's My Line
(11/15/64) Anne Bancroft makes her third and final appearance as a
mystery guest on this show where she faces a blindfolded panel of Groucho
Marx, Arlene Francis, Bennett Cerf and Dorothy Kilgallen. The other guests
include Spain's celebrated bullfighter and the youngest congressman elected
since 1797. Host: John Daly
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to game-related programming and interactive game playing. The network
features game shows, reality series, documentaries, video game programs and
casino games. As the industry leader in interactivity, GSN features over
84 hours per week of interactive programming, which allows viewers a chance to
win prizes by playing along with GSN's televised games via GSN.com. Reaching
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