Tv and radio video game show host who’s most known to be the sponsor of the favorite quiz display It’s something special. He was raised in Atlantic Town, NJ where he worked well in his family’s resort. He worked well in European countries during World Battle II with Edward R. Murrow and Robert Trout. He was wedded to Jean Abbot Ruler. The couple experienced three kids Joanne, Julianne, and John Jr. He made an appearance on Gunsmoke which starred Wayne Arness.
|1||He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Radio at 6402 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.|
|Have a Heart||1955||TV Series||Host|
|On Your Way||1953||TV Series||Co-host (ABC version)|
|What's Your Bid||1953||TV Series||Announcer (February-April 1953)|
|The James Melton Show||1951||TV Series|
|Anniversary Game||1969||TV Series producer|
|Where Was I?||1952||TV Series||Himself / Host (1952-1953)|
|Beat the Clock||1952||TV Series||Himself - Substitute host|
|Chance of a Lifetime||1952||TV Series||Himself (Host (1950-1952)|
|Give and Take||1952||TV Series||Co-Host|
|Battle of the Ages||1952||TV Series||Host (Jan - June, 1952)|
|Chance of a Lifetime||1950||TV Series||Host|
|King's Party Line||1946||TV Series||Host|
|It's a Gift||1946||TV Series||Host|
|Missus Goes A-Shopping||1944||TV Series||Host|
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