The $10,000 Sweep (Jack Clark, 1972)

$50,000 a Minute (Meredith MacRae & Geoff Edwards, 1985)
Pilot #1 – Shelley Smith vs. Charles Siebert (A/SM/GS-403)
Pilot #2 – Markie Post vs. Ed Begley, Jr. (A/SM/GS-403)

Babble (Tom Kennedy, 1984)
Unsold pilot with guests Meredith MacRae, Brad Garrett, Gwynne Gilford, James Hampton, Marcia Wallace, Norm Crosby, Betty White (1stGen/GSN/TA-3)

Bedtime Stories (Al Lohman & Roger Barkley, 1979)
Pilot episode (A/SM/GS-376)

Body Talk (Vicki Lawrence-Schultz, 1989)
Pilot #1 – Elaine Joyce/Jacklyn Zeman vs. Richard Simmons/Bill Kirchenbauer (A+/Buzzr)

Combination Lock (Ross King, 1996)

Dollar a Second (Bob Eubanks, 1981)

Gambit (Bob Eubanks, 1990)

Get Rich Quick (Steve Edwards, 1977)
Guests are Robert Urich, Lynnie Greene, John Ritter, & Debralee Scott (1stGen/GSN/TA-3)

Hollywood Squares (Bert Parks, 1965)

The Honeymoon Game (Jim McKrell, 1970)
Jack Barry’s third attempt at the Joker’s Wild format, and would have been the world’s first 90 minute game show (A-/SM/D190)

Lucky Numbers (Alex Trebek, 1985)
Two unsold pilots for this tweaked version of High Rollers (A/SM/GS-252)

Monday Night Quarterback (Jerry Kramer, 1971)
Unsold pilot w/ Dick Martin/John Hall vs. Peter Lawford/Myron Pottios (1stGen/GSN/TA-3)

Money in the Blank (Kevin O’Connell, 1987)
Pyramid meets Three on a Match (A-/SM/GS-351)

On a Roll (David Sparks, 1986)
Pilot #1 – Sharon vs. Tim (A+/Buzzr)

Party Line (Gene Rayburn, 1983)

Penny to a Million (Bud Collyer, 1955)

Play for Keeps (Sonny Fox, 1955)
Pilot #2 – Basically big-money “Winner Take All” (A+/Buzzr)

Puzzlers (Pat Sajak, 1980, Unsold Pilot)
Laurie/John/April – odd Goodson/Todman pilot, but Pat’s personality shines through! (A/SM/GS-425)

Quick as a Flash (Bill Cullen, 1952)

The Riddlers (David Letterman, 1977)
JoAnne Worley, Robert Urich, Joyce Bulifant, Michael McKean, Debralee Scott (1stGen/GSN/TA-3)

Run for the Money (Bill Rafferty, 1987)

Says Who (Geoff Edwards, 1971)

Second Guessers (Jack Carter & Jack Clark, 1970)

Shoot the Works (Geoff Edwards, 1976)
Pilot for what eventually became Shoot for the Stars (1stGen/GSN/TA-3)

Simon Says (Bob Barker, 1971)
Odd pilot involving a “computer” and random facts about audience members (B/SM/D190)

Star Words (Nipsey Russell, 1983)
Patty Duke Astin and Charles Nelson Reilly (A+/Buzzr)

TKO (Peter Tomarken, 1989)
Pilot #4 (A+/Buzzr)

Talking Pictures (Allen Ludden, 1968)

Top Secret (Wink Martindale, 1987)

Twisters (Jim Perry, 1982)

We’ve Got Your Number (Jack Barry, 1975)
From a videotape source (as opposed to the color kinescope circulating) (A-/SM/GS-408)

25 Things You Didn’t Know About Game Shows (1stGen/TVG/TA-1)
Behind the Blank: The Real Match Game Story (1stGen/GSN/TA-1)
Big Bucks: The Press Your Luck Scandal (1stGen/GSN/TA-1)
Biography: TV Game Shows (1stGen/A&E/TA-1)
Biography: Jeopardy Winners (1stGen/A&E/TA-1)
Biography: Chuck Barris (1stGen/A&E/TA-1)
Biography: Mark Goodson (1stGen/A&E/TA-1)
Biography: Bob Barker (1stGen/A&E/TA-1)
CHiPs: “Name Your Price” – Ponch is a contestant on a TPIR spoof (1stGen/TBS/NM-19.08)
E! Mysteries & Scandals – Quiz Show (1stGen/E!/TA-1)
E! True Hollywood Story – Family Feud (1stGen/E!/TA-1)
E! True Hollywood Story – Wheel of Fortune (1stGen/E!/TA-1)
E! True Hollywood Story – Hollywood Squares (1stGen/E!/TA-1)
Easy Money music video by John Ricci (A-/SM/TA-1)
Family Food – Sesame Street clip with Richard Dawson (A/PBS/TA-1)
Game Show Moments Gone Bananas 1 (1stGen/VH1/TA-1)
Game Show Moments Gone Bananas 2 (1stGen/VH1/TA-1)
Game Show Moments Gone Bananas 3 (1stGen/VH1/TA-1)
Game Show Moments Gone Bananas 4 (1stGen/VH1/TA-1)
Game Show Moments Gone Bananas 5 (1stGen/GSN/TA-1)
GSC8 Highlights – Highlights from some of the ATGS getting together, has interviews with Art James and Jim Peck! (A-/TA-1)
GSN Launch Montage – Clips galore from GSN’s first day on the air (A-/GSN/TA-1)
GSN Pitchfilm – Pat Sajak hosts this tape that takes us behind the scenes at the GSN of old, and I do mean OLD! (A-/SM/TA-1)
The Most Outrageous Game Show Moments (1stGen/NBC/TA-1)
The Most Outrageous Game Show Moments 2 (1stGen/NBC/TA-1)
The Most Outrageous Game Show Moments 3 (1stGen/NBC/TA-1)
The Most Outrageous Game Show Moments 4 (1stGen/NBC/TA-1)
The Most Outrageous Game Show Moments 5 (1stGen/NBC/TA-1)
The Newlywed Game: A Silver Anniversary of Love and Laughter (1stGen/GSN/TA-1)
Pioneers of Television – Game Shows (1stGen/PBS/TA-1)
Primetime Thursday: Who Wants to Steal a Million? (1stGen/OC/TA-1)
Promos Package – Includes:  Promos for all the ’74 CBS daytime shows (The Joker’s Wild, Match Game ’74, Gambit, TPiR, Now You See It, Tattletales.) Also has a $20,000 Pyramid promo and the pitchfilm for Bill Cullen’s $25,000 Pyramid with clips of wins from the $10,000 Pyramid! (A-/SM/TA-1)
The Rosie O’Donnell Show (Clip) – 4/8/98- Bob Barker appears, Rosie plays Clock Game – the day before the 5,000th show aired! (1stGen/OB/TA-1)
The Rosie O’Donnell Show (Clip) – 12/23/98 – Bob’s second appearance, Rosie tries Hole in One (A/OB/TA-1)
The Rosie O’Donnell Show (Clip) – 5/19/99 – Bob’s third appearance, Rosie plays Bonus Game (A/OB/TA-1)
Those Wonderful Game Shows – 1984 game show clip show hosted by Carl Reiner (B+/OB/GS-518)
Time and Again: Game Shows (1stGen/MSNBC/TA-1)
TV’s Funniest Game Show Moments – Bill Shatner hosted special from 1984 (B/OC/TA-1, 1stGen/GSN/TA-1)
TV’s Funniest Game Show Moments #2 – Shatner returns with more clips (B/OB/TA-1)
TV’s Funniest Game Shows – 2000 Fox special (1stGen/OC/TA-1)
T.G.I. 4 – local behind-the-scenes piece on Wheel of Fortune from 1986 (A/OB/GS-428)
WJHL Newschannel 11 piece on local man who helped invent “Bob Barker Fun and Games Show” (1stGen/TA-1)
Wide World Special – 5/28/75 – “What’s My Line at 25” (A/SM+C/TA-1, 1stGen/GSN/TA-1)