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The Match Game consistently won its time slot from 1963 to 1966 and again from April 1967 to July 1968, with its ratings allowing it to finish third among all network daytime games for the 1963—64 and 1967—68 seasons by the latter season, NBC was the dominant network in the game show genre; ABC was still an also-ran and CBS had mostly dropped out of the genre. Audience Match A two-to-four-word phrase was given, with part of the phrase blank, and the contestant attempted to fill-in the most common response based on a prior studio audience survey. Slot machine A five reels video slot machine based on the 1973—82 version was released at various US casinos by in 2004.

The primary announcer was , with Johnny Olson, , and substituting. The Match Game Website. Star Wheel In 1978, the producers made a second attempt to ensure that each celebrity would receive a chance to play the head-to-head match. DVDs A DVD set called The Best of Match Game featuring a collection of more than 30 episodes of the 1970s version including the original 1962 pilot episode which was originally called The Match Game was released in 2006.

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Died September 4, 2018 2018-09-04 aged 91 , U. Resting place Ashes scattered outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico U. In 1939, he moved with his family from Des Moines to , Illinois, where he spent the rest of his youth. Following graduation from and studied for a time at the , Daily left home to become a professional musician and played with jazz bands in numerous clubs across the. In the early 1950s, he was drafted into the , serving in the with an artillery unit before being later transferred to an entertainment unit. After graduating from the , Daily worked for the television station in Chicago, , as an announcer and floor manager. He eventually became a staff director. During his days off, Daily drove to to write, direct and perform on. In 1963, appeared on The Mike Douglas Show, saw Daily do a comedy bit and offered him a job in as an announcer, writer and performer on his. Mid-1960s to early 1970s Bill Daily at the 2011 in Australia Daily appeared in guest spots on , and. Veteran sitcom writer liked Daily's work and hired him for a supporting role on. In 1972, two years after Jeannie was canceled, Daily was back on television in another aviator's uniform, as Howard Borden in. Borden, a commercial airline navigator who later became a co-pilot, lived across the hall from 's Bob Hartley character, and would frequently pop into the Hartleys' apartment to borrow things, mooch a meal, or have the Hartleys take care of his son when he had custody of him. Mid-1970s to 1990s Photo from The Bob Newhart Show. Emily listens to Howard Daily. For the two years that followed The Bob Newhart Show, Daily returned to stand-up, but in 1980, after years of making a living as a , Daily was offered his own show. Called , the show featured Daily as a neurotic doctor; it lasted only three months before being canceled. Daily, a lifelong lover of magic, made three syndicated specials introducing young called Bill Daily's Hocus-Pocus Gang which aired in 1982 and 1983. Daily occasionally served as a panelist on the 1970s CBS game show. After 's departure, Daily was a semi-regular for the final three years of the show's CBS and syndicated run. In 1988, Daily tried his hand again at starring roles, this time as another doctor on the sitcom Starting From Scratch. The show fared slightly better than Frye, but was canceled after one season. Daily's most notable post- Newhart role was another supporting character, that of Larry the psychiatrist on the cult favorite 1986. ALF claimed to have learned all he knew about psychology from watching the earlier series. During the 1980s and early 1990s, Daily reprised his I Dream of Jeannie role of Roger Healey in two made-for-TV reunion movies: 1985 and 1991. Also in 1991, he reprised the role of Howard Borden in , which aired in November of that year. In 1997, he was a guest star on. Although mostly retired, Daily still did some live comedy and occasional television guest appearances into the 2000s. From 2006 to February 2009, he was a guest host on radio station in Albuquerque. In 1987, Daily was named director of the Film Commission. Daily married his first wife, Patricia Anderson, in 1949. In 1976, the couple divorced. Daily had two adopted children, a son, Patrick, and a daughter, Kimberley who is deceased. In 1980 he married Vivian Sanchez, with whom he traveled on the road, performing Lover's Leap for two years, and with whom he had one child, Becca. He and Sanchez later divorced. In 1993, Daily married his third wife, Becky. The couple remained together until her death in 2010. His manager and publicist was Patterson Lundquist. Daily died on September 4, 2018, in. His death was announced by his family three days later. At Daily's request no funeral was planned. Film and Television Year Title Role Notes 1964 Mr. Roger Healey TV movie 1987—89 Dr. Lawrence 'Larry' Dykstra 4 episodes 1988—89 Starting from Scratch Dr. Retrieved September 8, 2018. Retrieved September 10, 2018. Retrieved September 8, 2018. Retrieved September 12, 2018. Retrieved September 12, 2018. Retrieved September 12, 2018. Retrieved September 12, 2018. Retrieved September 13, 2018. Retrieved September 8, 2018. Retrieved September 8, 2018. Retrieved September 8, 2018. Retrieved September 12, 2018.

Match Game 's 1973—82 run was taped in Studio 33 at in Los Angeles, except for one week of shows in 1974 in which it was shot in Studio 41. And it's right back to Richard. In 1939, Daily and his family moved to Chicago, where he servile the rest of his youth. Audience Match A two-to-four-word phrase was given, with part of the phrase blank, and the contestant attempted to fill-in the most common response based on a prior studio audience survey. The maximum score a contestant could achieve remained six points, with sincere celebrities not playing subsequent questions. On June 21, 2008, hosted a pilot episode with panelists,and. Unsourced material may be challenged and. The daily match game machine's bonus round stays faithful to the original game format where round one is adapted from the main game while medico two features the big-money Super Match bonus round.

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