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    A Richard Dawson Group of 'Answers' from "Family Feud." ABC Television, 1976-1985. Six plaques, all laminated, each a typed page with a question that was asked on the show where Dawson himself turned up in the answers including: 1) Who's the Sexiest Man on TV? [Dawson was #2]; 2) Whom Would You Crown as The World's Greatest All-Time Entertainer? [Dawson was #6]; 3) Name a Male Celebrity You Would Like to See as Cosmopolitan's Newest Centerfold [Dawson was #2]; 4) Name a Celebrity on a TV Series Who Probably Makes a Huge Salary [Dawson was #5]; 5) Name a Famous Man You'd Like to See in the Mr. Nude America Contest [Dawson was #3]; and 6) Name a TV Personality Adored by Housewives [Dawson was #3].
    13 1/2" x 11 1/2"

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    June, 2017
    17th-18th Saturday-Sunday
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    Just received the catalog. Incredible! Never seen such a catalog and have been collecting since 1974. Congratulations!
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