He also produced Liar's Club and 50 Grand Slam in the 1970s, as well as I'll Bet in 1965, and its revival which had a healthy four-year run from 1969 called It's Your Bet. One of his final productions was a syndicated game show called Yahtzee.
From 1980-1986, Ralph Andrews and his production company had an office at Columbia Pictures' lot located at the Burbank Studios in Burbank, California. Andrews had a deal with Columbia Pictures Television to present projects to the studio. If CPT wasn't interested, Andrews had the right to pass on the project to other studios.
After his career in television, Andrews wrote an opinion column expounding on his mostly conservative-Republican views.
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