Clarence Nash on <em>What’s My Line?</em> Clarence Nash on <em>What’s My Line?</em>

Clarence Nash on What’s My Line?

The voice of Donald Duck was a guest on the December 12, 1954 broadcast:

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  • Keith Bryant

    This is one of those moments when the panel had absolutely no clue whatsoever. Long live “The Duck”.

  • Mike Dobbs

    This clip sort of sums up the plight of voice actors in the industry – they were integral to the success of cartoons and yet kept anonymous.

  • Paul N

    Very cool. There’s a guy who never had to worry about outsourcing! :0)

  • Brad

    Entertaining throughout, but at the end when he finally breaks into Donald it becomes truly memorable. Thanks for posting!

  • AdrianC

    Fantastic! Thanks for sharing this clip!

  • Doug Drown

    This was great! — and boy, did it bring back some memories. I watched “What’s My Line” often when I was a kid. Watching this made me realize the show’s premise is still an entertaining concept —
    I wonder why it has never been brought back?

  • Yash

    wow! as doug said, the show’s premise IS an entertaining one. And Since Indian television has ripped off everything from wheel of fortune to Deal or no deal, why have I never seen a remake of this on indian television? LOL

  • David Breneman

    Why can’t there be shows like this on TV nowadays? (I know, it’s just a rhetorical question.) Imagine PJ O’Roarke, Bill Maher, etc., as panelists on a game show like this.

  • uncle wayne

    THIS is “reality tv!” Only difference….this has heart….and is entertaining!

  • zavkram

    I liked watching Nash’s reactions to some of the panel’s questions… you can see he was desperately trying to keep a straight face!

    (*sigh*) They just don’t make TV like that anymore…