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The Jokers Wild Navigation menu VideoThe Joker's Wild May 1983
When CBS agreed to a weekday daytime version of The New Price Is Right , Vice President of Daytime Programming B. Donald "Bud" Grant wanted year Truth or Consequences host Bob Barker to host New Price instead of James.
Barker originally said he would gladly host Joker , but Grant convinced him to take the hosting role on Price instead.
Barry's contract, however, was only for sixty-five episodes thirteen weeks, a standard run for a daytime game show. By January , with no complaints from the viewers or the network and good ratings, Barry signed a regular contract to host the program and continued in that role up to its cancellation in June Enright was brought on as executive producer of Joker during its final CBS season, and was mentioned by Barry himself on the program's final CBS episode.
In , Barry hired Jim Peck to serve as a regular substitute host for when he was unavailable. When Barry died of cardiac arrest in May , Enright posthumously overruled his partner and selected Bill Cullen , who had just completed five months of hosting the cancelled Hot Potato for the company, to take over the series.
Cullen hosted for the final two seasons and Peck subbed for him for one week in Pat Finn hosted the —91 version. Johnny Jacobs , a longtime friend of host Jack Barry, was the original announcer of The Joker's Wild.
Jacobs served through most of its CBS run, with Johnny Gilbert and Roy Rowan filling in for Jacobs on occasion. When the series returned to first-run syndication in , Jacobs, Gilbert, and Jay Stewart alternated the primary announcer position.
Johnny Gilbert and John Harlan filled in for O'Donnell on occasion. Ed MacKay, a local Los Angeles radio DJ and one-time overnight news anchor at KNX radio , announced the —91 revival.
Richard S. Kline served as the director on all incarnations of the show. The first two seasons of the CBS version, as well as the first season of the syndicated version, used "The Savers" by Perrey and Kingsley from their album Kaleidoscopic Vibrations: Electronic Pop Music from Way Out as its theme music.
The final CBS season instead utilized an original composition, "Joker's Jive," composed by Alan Thicke.
The second syndicated season introduced a brand-new music package by Hal Hidey , including a re-recording of "The Savers" that was utilized as the opening theme.
Two contestants, one a returning champion, played. The challenger began the game by pulling a lever to set a slot machine in motion.
The game's slot machine consisted of three modified slide projectors which used six-slotted metal discs similar to the wheels used in ViewMaster toys.
The discs were spun by electric motors, and unused categories were removed from the board by shutting off the projectors for those windows.
The wheels on the machine each contained five different categories, which were revealed to the contestants before the game, and a joker, which served as a wild card and could represent any category.
After the wheels stopped, the contestant chose one of the displayed categories and was asked a question in it. If the contestant answered correctly, the dollar value of the question was added to his or her score.
An incorrect response or a failure to answer within an unspecified time limit allowed the opponent a chance to answer and steal the money.
Certain special categories gave the contestant in control a chance to win extra money, by either increasing the question value or allowing them to answer more than one question on their turn, or involved the participation of both contestants.
The values of the questions were determined by the spin. When one or two jokers came up during a spin, a contestant could use them to match any displayed category and create a pair or triple, increasing the value of the question.
Spinning three jokers allowed the contestant to choose any of the categories in play during the game. A correct answer automatically won the game, regardless of the contestant's score or whether a full round had been played or not.
If unsuccessful, however, the opponent could not steal and the game continued as normal. Using jokers was optional, and contestants occasionally declined to use them if enough money was at stake for their opponent to win the game or take the lead e.
By playing this way, the opponent had less of an advantage if the contestant missed the question and the opponent answered it correctly.
Contestants received a new car after every fifth victory. Champions usually played until defeated, but from to , there was a specified winnings threshold that would force a contestant to retire if it was passed.
This was a common practice at the time, as some syndicated programs had what was referred to as a network-of-record; in such a case the network in question would treat the show like it was airing on their network schedule and would subject the program to the same set of regulations, such as a cap on winnings.
On the episode where he was officially retired as champion, Jack Barry opened the program by explaining in detail the rules the show had to follow at the request of CBS.
One wheel contained a slide depicting the devil. If the devil did not appear on a spin, the total of the displayed amounts was added to the pot. If the devil came up, the round ended and the contestant lost the accumulated money.
After every safe spin, the contestant had the option to stop and keep the money won up to that point. Contestants who chose this option were often invited to take an unofficial spin to see if the devil would have come up next.
For the —75 CBS daytime episodes, as well as the first six syndicated seasons, the same prize package was at stake for the entire show until won, but this was changed to a different prize package for each bonus round for the final three seasons.
It was also during this time that audience members were selected to play the bonus game, except that they only played if the main contestant chose to quit the bonus game and take the cash in the pot.
In the late s, Jack Barry pitched the concept of Joker to Goodson-Todman Productions. The company was not impressed, and Barry continued tinkering with the format over the next few years.
The Joker's Wild debuted on CBS September 4, , incidentally on the same Labor Day as the modern incarnation of The Price Is Right as well as Gambit.
It ran until June 13, , on that network, airing at AM Pacific Central. A total of episodes were produced. However, some big-market independent stations gave the game another chance the next year.
A second revival for syndication was one of five game shows sold to local stations for the —91 season. Premiering on September 10, , the new Joker ran into the same ratings trouble that the other four series did and was the third, following a revival of its sibling show Tic-Tac-Dough and The Quiz Kids Challenge , to be cancelled before the end of the television season.
The last new episode aired on March 8, From to , the program was taped at CBS Television City. Taping returned to CBS Television City for the —91 version.
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