Walt Disney--What
Walt Disney--What's My Line
Walt Disney was the mystery guest on the 11 November 1956 episode of WML. At the end of this clip, Jerry Lewis makes a pitch for MDA.

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Remington Rand is probably best known for their typewriters in the 1930's, 40's and 50's, but they also built the famous UNIVAC mainframe computers as well as Remington Firearms.

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Jerry Lewis

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Walt Disney could very well be one of the few people in history to so deeply and personally touch almost every human being in the civilized world.

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This episode of "What's My Line?" aired on November 11, 1956.

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Arlene Francis was a Broadway, radio and film actress who also hosted the radio-turned-TV show "Blind Date". She appeared on "What's My Line?" for 25 years.

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Dorothy Kilgallen was a syndicated newspaper columnist and journalist in the 1940's and 50's.

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Bennett Cerf was a publisher and co-founder of Random House publishing.

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