Jan Murray

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VIDEO: The Hula Doll Affair

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The Hula Doll Affair
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Length: 50:07
Aired: 2/17/1967

Napoleon and Illya must retrieve a deadly new explosive, which can destroy all of New York City and detonates when its temperature rises to 90 degrees Farenheit ... while the city is about to have a heat wave. watch

VIDEO: The Hula Doll Affair

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The Hula Doll Affair
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 51:00
Aired: 2/17/1967

Napoleon and Illya must retrieve a deadly new explosive, which can destroy all of New York City and detonates when its temperature rises to 90 degrees Farenheit ... while the city is about to have a heat wave. watch

VIDEO: The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The Hula Doll Affair

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The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The Hula Doll Affair
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Length: 50:07
Aired: 2/17/1967

Napoleon and Illya must retrieve a deadly new explosive, which can destroy all of New York City and detonates when its temperature rises to 90 degrees Farenheit ... while the city is about to have a heat wave. watch

Videos

Day Of The Wolves
Which Way To The Front?
Fear City
Thunder Alley

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The Busy Body

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Credits

Year Title Description
2000 Let Me In, I Hear Laughter... A Salute To The Friars' Club Movie, Actor
1984 Fear City Movie, Actor - Goldstein
1981 Treasure Hunt TV Show Series, Host
1981 History Of The World, Part 1 Movie, Actor - Nothing Vendor
1976 Banjo Hackett Movie, Actor - Jethro Swain

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News

Wasn't there a game show back ...

Question: Wasn't there a game show back in the '50s or '60s called Treasure Hunt? Was it similar to Deal or No Deal?


Answer: That it was, Gail. Treasure Hunt, which debuted on ABC in September 1956 before jumping to NBC the following year and leaving the air in 1958, was hosted by Jan Murray and posed a series of questions to players who selected each other's categories. They earned 50 bucks for each correct answer, and whoever had the most money at the end of the question segment got to choose from among 30 treasure chests, hoping to avoid the worthless items and win themselves a chunk of money. To drive players nuts, of course, they were given the opportunity to sell their selected chest back before it was opened.

Two other things worth noting: Among the guest hosts for the original ve read more

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