Morgan Martin Mull Louis Nye Gary Owens La Wanda Page Pat Paulsen Gene Patton aka Gene Gene the Dancing Machine Johnny Paycheck Mae Questel Tony Randall Charlotte Rae Rex Reed Della Reese Joan Rivers Tracee Ellis Ross Nipsey Russell Mort Sahl Soupy Sales Ronnie Schell Suzanne Somers Elke Sommer Alan Sues Nicole Sullivan Mel Tillis The Unknown Comic Bobby Van Mamie Van Doren Sarah Vaughan Dionne Warwick Margaret Whiting Anson Williams Paul Williams Chuck Woolery Jo Anne Worley Contestants come on The Gong Show to perform in many ways imaginable.
They could sing, dance, do stand-up comedy, make magic, perform a movie scene, you name it, they do it.
The act with the highest score won a Gong Show trophy, and a check with a ridiculously low amount.
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Morgan unbuttoned her blouse and exposed her breasts during a female contestant's performance.
While this was not Morgan's first "flashing" incident, it was the last straw for NBC, who promptly dropped her from the show for the remainder of its daytime run (though she would continue to appear as a regular on the nighttime syndicated version).
Chuck Barris (1976-1978, daytime; 1977-1980 syndicated)John Barbour (1976, syndicated)Gary Owens (1976-1977, syndicated)Don Bleu (1988-1989)Tom Arnold (2001, pilot)George Gray (1998-2000)Dave Attell (2008)Tommy Maitland (played by Mike Myers) (2017-present) Chuck Barris/Chris Bearde Productions (1976-1978)Chuck Barris Productions (1978-1980) Barris Productions (Industries)/Chris Bearde Productions (1988-1989)Scott Sternberg Productions (1998-2000)Happy Madison Productions (2008)Den of Thieves (2017)Sony Pictures Television (2008-present) The Gong Show is the talent game show with mostly the worst acts imaginable, and a panel of three celebrity judges lets them know by giving them the "gong".
This was also known as Extreme Gong and later as The Gong Show with Dave Attell.
Morgan awarded the pair a perfect 10, quipping, "You know that that's the way I started." (The Gong Show Movie includes 10 seconds of footage from the Popsicle Twins; the segment is also seen in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.) Years later, Barris told an interviewer that the censors would regularly reject acts that he thought were safe enough to air.
So, he made it a point to submit acts to the censors that were totally over the line, in the hope that some of the less questionable ones would slip through.
Later, it was the producers' decision and (later) the judges'.
The show's air of spontaneity was abetted by various comic appearances by supporting staff members.
He said that the usually diligent censors were asleep at the wheel during pre-screening and the act was allowed to go on in the Eastern and Central time zones before they realized what was going on, but the network did censor the telecast for the Mountain and Pacific time zones.