I've Got A Secret Website

America's #1 Panel Show and the People and Things Americans Found Interesting Between 1952 and 1967*


This is a website devoted to the TV series I've Got a Secret.  If you know nothing at all about the series (Seriously? Nothing?), or if you'd like a little bit of insight and background about what we're doing here,  THIS PAGE is a good place to start. Otherwise, use the drop down menu above (or the links in the footer below) to explore what we have to offer.  There is a page for every episode of the original series (all 681 of them) regardless of how much or how little we might know about each one.  There are also indexes to search for your favorite celebrities or subjects, episode guides broken down by calendar year (not by season) and lots more.  Whether you know a little or a lot about the show, we hope you find something you like.


5/1/23 - Everything!  it's a brand new website! Welcome, we're glad you're here.


Lots.  We're adding YouTube links to individual pages, so you can watch the shows we describe.  We're also going to give the same treatment to the 1972-1973 syndicated version that we have to the original series.  The BIOGRAPHIES section needs to be done, and we have lots more history of the show to delve into.  Trust us, this site will be pretty active for a show that went off the air decades ago.


SPORTS:  88-year-old Cy Young is a guest (as are Dazzy Vance and Jimmie Foxx).  E131

BROADWAY: Carol Channing plays a matchmaking game, three days before she opens on Broadway as matchmaker Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly E550

FASHION/ART: The madness that is Salvador Dali.  E514

POLITICS: A Wyoming senator gives a speech to a graduating class of one.  E654

INVENTORS/EXPLORERS: Garry is held aloft by a drop of Super Glue.  E318

CELEBRITIES:  George Hamilton isn't really George Hamilton.  E536

The 50s panel: Garry Moore (Host), 
Bill Cullen, Jayne Meadows,
Henry Morgan, Faye Emerson

The 60s panel: Steve Allen (Host 64-67), Bill Cullen, Henry Morgan, 
Betsy Palmer, Bess Myerson

* and 1972-73 and briefly in 1976 and again in 2000 and once more in 2006 and maybe again in 2023