Eye Guess is an American game show created by Bob Stewart and hosted by Bill Cullen, which aired on NBC from January 3, 1966 to September 26, 1969. In the game, two contestants attempted to answer questions by remembering the answers' location hidden on a gameboard. The winning contestant then played a bonus game for various prizes, including a new car. This was the first game show by Bob Stewart Productions. Stewart, a former producer for Goodson-Todman Productions, created this series and packaged it with Filmways. Don Pardo announced for the first year, after which Jack Clark replaced him for the rest of the run. The show used the Al Hirt tune "Sugar Lips" as its theme song.
|First Air Date||1966-01-03|
|Last Air Date||1966-01-07|
|Episode Runtime||00 Hours 25 Minutes|
|Total Episode(s) on All Seasons||5|
|Production Companies||Bob Stewart Productions, Filmways Television, National Broadcasting Company|