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Published on Mar 8, 2008
This not-as-funny-as-they-thought-it-would-be appearance opens the 1963 game show "I've Got a Secret" (Feb. 25) by Dali putting his face in the Mona Lisa -- literally. Then he critiques artwork by regular panelists Bill Cullen, Betsy Palmer, Henry Morgan, and Bess Myerson, commenting "No comment" in each case. Is he real? Is he putting us on? You decide. In part 2 he comes across no better. This episode is an interesting contrast to his appearance on "What's My Line?" (also available on YouTube), where the whole enterprise seems more serious.