Top 10 awesome shows like Place the Face that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching Place the Face and you can't get over how good this show was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar shows which are created by the likes of Joe Landis, Jack Narz and Jack Smith . Here goes the list -

  1. Masquerade Party
  2. Play Your Hunch
  3. Two for the Money
  4. Steampipe Alley
  5. Split Second
  6. Hot Potato
  7. Definition
  8. Beat the Clock
  9. Eye Guess
  10. Celebrity Sweepstakes
  1. Masquerade Party

    Masquerade Party

    A panel of celebrities met with another celebrity who was in heavy make-up and/or costume; this disguise would always provide clues to the celebrity's actual identity. The panel asked yes-or-no questions to the celebrity, and then received another clue about the celebrity's identity at the end of the round. After the clue, the panel had one last chance to guess the identity, followed by the celebrity revealing their true identity. (1952)

    This show, created by Bert Parks and Peter Donald, scores 6.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  2. Play Your Hunch

    Play Your Hunch

    Players must use their intuition to answer questions.

    This show, created by Mike Gargiulo, Merv Griffin and Johnny Olson, scores 6.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  3. Two for the Money

    Two for the Money

    This show, created by Ira Skutch, Herb Shriner and Fred Allen, scores 7.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  4. Steampipe Alley

    Steampipe Alley

    Mario Cantone hosted this syndicated children's variety and game show.

    This show, created by Mario Cantone and Susan Adriensen, scores 7.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  5. Split Second

    Split Second

    As was its 1970s predecessor, "Split Second" was a fast-moving game show where three contestants, one a returning champion, competed to answer general knowledge questions and win cash. Host Hall announced a category (e.g., "Female Music Video Stars") and a question relating to the category ("Who was the star of the following music videos?"); the players were shown three clues ("Like a Virgin," "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," "Who's Ever in New England"). All three contestants rang in, the one who rang in first having the first chance to select a clue and provide an answer. If he was right, he won a share of the pot; his/her opponents could answer two or possibly all three questions. Players were rewarded based on their ability to answer $10 each if all three contestants provided one right answer; $25 if two of them were right; and $50 if just one answered all three questions correctly (by the way, the correct answers were, in order, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper and Reba McEntire). After an undefined time limit, dollar values were doubled (i.e., $20, $50 and $100). In the game's final round, contestants were seeded based on their score up to that point the player in the lead needing four correct answers to become champion, second place requiring five and third place requiring six; ties required the players to answer the lesser of the required number of questions. The player who met his/her requirements first was the day's winner. That player moved on to the bonus round, played one of two ways: 1. The player chose three of five screens; if they all read "CAR," they won that prize and left undefeated; otherwise, they won a "FUR" or a "TRIP" and returned to the next show. 2. The player chose one of five screens; if it said "CAR," they won the car and retired undefeated; otherwise, it was $1,000 and a return to the next show, with a championship win meaning improved odds. Five-time champions retired undefeated and won a new car.

    This show, created by Henry Pasila, Sharolyn Sparrow and Monty Hall, scores 7.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  6. Hot Potato

    Hot Potato

    Two three-member teams always "three of a kind" competed to answer the results of a survey or a question with multiple answers on this "Family Feud" clone.

    This show, created by Richard S. Kline, Bill Cullen and Charlie ODonnell, scores 6.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  7. Definition

    Definition

    A cross between Hangman and Scrabble, players try to solve puzzles by guessing missing letters. Very similar to "Wheel of Fortune" but without the wheel.

    This show, created by Jim Perry and Dave Devall, scores 7.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show

  8. Beat the Clock

    Beat the Clock

    Syndicated five-day-a-week revival of the durable game show, where couples chosen from the audience attempted to complete stunts within a time limit.

    This show, created by Paul Alter, David Canary and Jack Cassidy, scores 6.6 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

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  9. Eye Guess

    Eye Guess

    Contestants were briefly shown the answers to questions asked by the host; it was up to the contestants to recall where the answers were concealed.

    This show, created by Lou Tedesco, Bill Cullen and Don Pardo, scores 6.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  10. Celebrity Sweepstakes

    Celebrity Sweepstakes

    Contestants win money by guessing which members of the celebrity panel answer questions correctly, with payoffs determined by odds set by the studio audience.

    This show, created by Dick McDonough, James MacKrell and Carol Wayne, scores 5.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

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