Not sure of dates ,Probably 1957 or 1958. Bill and Anne didn't get married until late 1955, and Carson was based in Los Angeles until coming to NYC to Who Do You Trust? in 1957.  Reading from right to left, you have ,Robert Q. Lewis ,Joan Alexander (panelist on Q's The Name's The Same), Bill Cullen, Bill's wife Anne...and our very handsome young Johnny Carson!

Not sure of dates ,Probably 1957 or 1958. Bill and Anne didn't get married until late 1955, and Carson was based in Los Angeles until coming to NYC to Who Do You Trust? in 1957. Reading from right to left, you have ,Robert Q. Lewis ,Joan Alexander (panelist on Q's The Name's The Same), Bill Cullen, Bill's wife Anne...and our very handsome young Johnny Carson!

Vintage 1966 Eye Guess Bill Cullen Milton Bradley Third Edition 4641 Board Game #MiltonBradley

Details about Vintage 1966 Eye Guess Bill Cullen Milton Bradley Third Edition 4641 Board Game

Vintage 1966 Eye Guess Bill Cullen Milton Bradley Third Edition 4641 Board Game #MiltonBradley

1959 - Bill Cullen, star of "The Price Is Right" for Tender Leaf Tea Bags by clotho98, via Flickr

1959 - Bill Cullen, star of "The Price Is Right" for Tender Leaf Tea Bags by clotho98, via Flickr

Bill Cullen's entire claim to TV fame was as a game show panelist and/or host.

Bill Cullen's entire claim to TV fame was as a game show panelist and/or host.

The Price Is Right DVD 2008, 4-Disc Set 26 PriceLess Episodes Bill Cullen

Details about The Price Is Right DVD 2008, 4-Disc Set 26 PriceLess Episodes Bill Cullen

The Price Is Right DVD 2008, 4-Disc Set 26 PriceLess Episodes Bill Cullen

I was fortunate to have the pleasure of sharing a dressing room with Bill Cullen, when the two of us were doing shows for [Barry  Enright Productions]. I was doing Tic-Tac-Dough' and he was filling in for Jack Barry on 'Joker's Wild.' We got to talk between breaks of shows. It's really one of the most memorable periods of my game show hosting life. Sadly, one of the things I remember most is that he smoked about three packs of unfiltered Camel cigarettes a day. That's what took his life.

I was fortunate to have the pleasure of sharing a dressing room with Bill Cullen, when the two of us were doing shows for [Barry Enright Productions]. I was doing Tic-Tac-Dough' and he was filling in for Jack Barry on 'Joker's Wild.' We got to talk between breaks of shows. It's really one of the most memorable periods of my game show hosting life. Sadly, one of the things I remember most is that he smoked about three packs of unfiltered Camel cigarettes a day. That's what took his life.

VINTAGE: Bill Cullen's EYE GUESS Board Game 1960s

Details about VINTAGE: Bill Cullen's EYE GUESS Board Game 1960s

"THE PRICE IS RIGHT" (WITH HOST BILL CULLEN) (#37)

"THE PRICE IS RIGHT" (WITH HOST BILL CULLEN) (#37)

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