Shoot for the Stars (1977)

2 Teams played on "Shoot for the Stars" as a word association game. 1 Member of the team select 1 box from 1 to 24... (source:

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Release Date
3 January 1977
Filming Locations
Ed Sullivan Theatre - 1697 Broadway, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
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Shoot for the Stars is a game show created and produced by Bob Stewart, and aired on the NBC television network. The show aired from January 3 to September 30, 1977, and was produced in New York City. During most of its run, it had originally videotaped at NBC's headquarters in Rockefeller Center, but some weeks of episodes were recorded at Studio 50 at CBS, also known as the Ed Sullivan Theater.

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