Dough Re Mi
Dough Re Mi was a game show airing daytime on NBC. It was widely considered to be a clone of Name That Tune, which was on CBS.
Three players, staked to a $200 bankroll, were presented three notes of a song. Whoever could identify it rang in and won money in the value of the song ($100, $250 and $300) for doing so correctly. If they couldn't, they then made bids on the fourth note. The winning bidder was given the fourth note and had to identify the song, winning the money in the value of the song.
Dough Re Mi, like Concentration later that year, had NBC assume production of the show as Barry and Enright were exiled from television for their part in the Quiz Show Scandals.
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- At a Glance: Additional information about the series