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Of the most humorous shows staged in the US each year, the Jokers Wild Valentine's Comedy Show ranks at the very top. Adapted from the hilarious game show of the same name, it has continued the legacy of the TV show created by Jack Barry and sees many Jokers Wild Valentine's Comedy Show tickets sold each year. The TV show ran from the seventies on to the nineties and was first presented by Jack Barry, then by Bill Cullen and finally by Pat Finn during its last years.
The Jokers Wild Valentine's Comedy Show, based upon a famous TV game show of the same name, also featured many amazing narrators, including Johnny Jacobs, Bob Hilton, Jay Stewart, Charlie O'Donnell, Art James and Ed MacKay. Produced in Hollywood and at the CBS Television City, each episode of the game show ran for twenty five minutes and was produced by Jack Barry Productions, Barry & Enright Productions and Kline & Friends Inc. Originally broadcast on CBS, it was then aired on many different TV networks and its reruns can often be seen on many TV channel today.
The Joker's Wild game show often featured contestants answering questions by slot machines which had jokers. Subtitled as 'the game where knowledge is king and lady luck is queen', it was produced by Jack Barry, who was the show's first presenter as well. He hosted the show from 1972 until 1984, until he passed away. He was occasionally replaced by Jim Peck and was followed by Bill Cullen and Pat Finn. The original announcer of the show was Johnny Jacobs, who would continue to narrate during the shows first-run syndication. He was often filled in by Jay Stewart and Johnny Gilbert. During the 1979 to 1090 season, Jay Stewart became the exclusive announcer.
Bob Hilton and Art James would each announce a further season, with Jay Stewart returning for part of the 1980 to 1981 season of the show. He was replaced after by Charlie O'Donnell, who continued announcing the show. The 1990 to 1991 revival of the show featured Ed MacKay. The game show has also seen a number of formats, with the main format often pitting a returning champion versus a challenger. The slot machines often contained jokers, whose appearance would give a contestant an edge.
Contestants would then play a round, with the winner of a round often keeping the money. The Endgame round, dubbed Face the Devil round, was the most challenging and often contained a bonus prize. The game show itself was originally rejected but then accepted afterwards. It would go on to air six hundred and eighty six times, in as many episodes. It also had some of the highest ratings on TV with many versions of the show often held. One such was the Tournament of Champions which was held from 1977 to 1980, each year. Two of the tournaments were won by Frank Dillon, who won fifty thousand dollars in one and one hundred thousand dollars in the other. He was defeated by Eileen Jason, who won a mind blowing two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. With the tournament, The Joker's Wild became the first TV show to give away a one million dollar prize purse.
Special weeks were also held, ranging from a College Week and Couples Week to a Children's Week and Teen Week.
Today, the Joker's Wild game show is returning, as a comedy show dubbed the Jokers Wild Valentine's Comedy Show. Inspired by the game show and an adaptation of it, it is set to take place this Valentine's and is one of the most eagerly awaited events amongst lovers of fine comedy. It brings to life the original production, created, produced and presented by Jack Barry. It is truly an event to grab Jokers Wild Valentine's Comedy Show tickets for.