The Hill-Eubanks Group was created in the 1970s by Michaeal Hill and Bob Eubanks. The collection consists primarily of scripts
and production material for television game shows produced by the Hill-Eubanks Group, Inc.
There was little information available about Hill-Eubanks Group at the time the collection was processed. The company was
created in the 1970s by Michaeal Hill and Bob Eubanks. The company created several network gameshows for daytime television,
All-Star Secrets and
The Guinness Game; talkshows including
The Toni Tennille Show; and a syndicated version of a revision of
You Bet Your Life with Buddy Hackett. For the U.K. Hill-Eubanks created the Eubanks-hosted
Games for a Laugh and
Celebrity Secrets. Michael Hill served as president of both Hill-Eubanks Group, Inc. and Little Joey Productions.
35.0 linear ft.
(84 boxes )
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