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$1.98 Beauty Show

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  1. The $1.98 Beauty Show was an American weekly syndicated television show hosted by Rip Taylor

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  2. The show was a parody of beauty contests, featuring six female contestants (including the occasional overweight contestants, not-yet-famous Sandra Bernhard [http://blogs.outzonetv.com/andy/2006/04/10questionswithsandra.php], and once, a male dressed

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  3. The show first aired in September 1978, and the last episode in September of 1980. Johnny Jacobs announced and Chuck Barris was the creator and executive producer

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  4. The show consisted of three rounds, during which each contestant was judged by three celebrity panelists

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  5. These included Jaye P. Morgan, Jamie Farr, Louis Nye, Marty Allen, and The Unknown Comic (Murray Langston)

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