Talk:Time Machine (game show)
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>>>>>>>> The Time Machine was a short-run game show on American television in the late 1980s, running for less than four months. Quiz questions and multiple-choice were based on history including fairly recent history. Like The Price Is Right, different games were played by the contestants as part of the day's format.
In one game, contestants were shown clues that would suggest the answer, for example, "Leader of the club", "Hollywood's big cheese" and "little guy" would suggest Mickey Mouse.
The program was introduced during the waning days of game shows on daytime American television.
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The above was in a separate article called "The Time Machine (game show)" (differs with the word "The" in front of the name. Could it be merged with the article? (Then the other one could be deleted.) GBC 21:11, 13 September 2006 (UTC)
Yeah, I'd say merge it, or at least have it redirect here.
I'll also be working on this article soon; there's a couple mistakes, and no mention of an earlier format for the frontgame.
According to The Encyclopedia of Television Game Shows, the title was Time Machine so that should be the root article. Post merge, have The Time Machine redirect. Dwp49423 23:22, 2 December 2006 (UTC)
Nothing is said about whether or not this show still exists or was wiped. I would assume it still exists until proven otherwise, given it was produced post-1978, but it was a relatively unpopular show. --Shawn K. Quinn (talk) 08:26, 9 March 2009 (UTC)