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, there were just as many fleeting, fascinating and now forgotten series.
This was, after all, the golden age of the game show, when prize contests regularly made it into primetime.
"The Price Is Right," "Truth or Consequences," "Queen for a Day," and "Concentration" had all aired in the 50s and 60s.
Some of the world’s most famous game shows got their start in the 60s, such as "The Dating Game," "Jeopardy," and "The Newlywed Game." Not all the game shows that aired in the 60s had a long shelf live.
The contestants "shopped" for prize after prize — items such as air-conditioners and cameras — adding them to their stash, trying to come closest to a set total (0) without going over.
was a bit like that, a massive life-sized board game where the contestants were the playing pieces. Plus, it was awesomely and somewhat mysteriously called "Video Village"!
Shows like "PDQ," "Dream House," and "The Generation Gap" were short lived but enjoyed by audiences nonetheless. Did the game show you think is best make this list?