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Hosts
Robin Ray (1965–1966?)
Joe Melia (1966–1967?)
Peter Wheeler (1967–1968)
Robert Robinson (1969–1988)
Bob Holness (1996–2003)
Fiona Bruce (2003–2005)
Team Captains
Frank Muir (1965–1966, 1969–1988)
Robert Morley (1965–1966)
Alan Melville (1966–1967)
Michael Flanders (1966–1967)
Drusilla Beyfus (1967–1968)
Kenneth Horne (1967–1968)
Patrick Campbell (1969–1980)
Arthur Marshall (1980–1988)
Alan Coren (1996–2005)
Sandi Toksvig (1996–2003)
Rod Liddle (2003–2005)
Broadcast
Call My Bluff 1960s
Call My Bluff 1970s
BBC2: 17 October 1965 – 22 December 1988
Call My Bluff 1999
Call My Bluff 2004
BBC One: 13 May 1996 – 17 July 2005

Call My Bluff was a comedy panel game based on the American game show of the same name by Goodson-Toddman Productions.

GameplayEdit

Two teams, each consisting of one of the team captains and two guests, competed in guessing the definitions of obscure words.

A word was given and each member of one team would give one of three possible definitions for that word. Only one of those definitions was correct. If the other team chose the correct definition, they scored one point; if they were wrong, however, the bluffing team got the point.

The team with the most points at the end of the show won the game.

TriviaEdit

This was the late Bob Holness' last game show before his retirement in 2003, and his death in 2012.