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Top TV shows of that year included "I Love Lucy," "Catain Kangaroo," "The Mickey Mouse Club," "Howdy Doody," Gunsmoke" and "The Roy Rogers Show." Game shows were also popular, and the first episode of "The Price Is Right" aired that year. "This Is Your Life," another popular show of the '50s, was created and hosted by Ralph Edwards, a Merino native who also developed other game shows. Emily Singer reads "101 Dalmations" to the participants at the Step Back in Time: 1956 program at the Overland Trail Museum Saturday. (Sara Waite / Sterling Journal-Advocate) Featured on the silver screen and on Broadway were "The Great Ziegfeld," "The King and I," "Around the World in 80 Days" and "My Fair Lady." Rock 'n roll music had only recently become mainstream, and the children got to play a version of another game show of the '50s, "Name that Tune," to identify some of the top songs of the year: "Heartbreak Hotel," "Que Sera, Sera," "Roll Over Beethoven," "16 Tons," "Hound Dog," "The Great Pretender," "Blue Suede Shoes," and "I Walk the Line." They also got to play a version of "The Price Is Right," guessing prices of '50s era artifacts from the museum's collection in a Showcase Showdown. The first showcase featured a children's rocking chair and stuffed toys, which would have retailed for $32.88 in 1956. Showcase No. 2 was a projection screen, 8mm camera and 8mm projector, valued at $267.95. The third showcase and grand prize was a TV set in a mahogany case one of the first sold in Sterling that sold for $489.95. Children also got a glimpse of what life was like for kids of the era.
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