About 15 episodes are held by the UCLA Film and Television Archive, including two from the DuMont series. The Paley Center for Media holds four episodes from the DuMont series.
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... The October 21, 1951, television episode survives at The Paley Center for Media ... The same archive also has several of the radio episodes ...
... too poor quality to broadcast so there are sometimes gaps in the available catalog of episodes ... There is one "public domain" episode not part of GSN's catalog that dates to October 1951, possibly making it the oldest surviving episode in existence ... It is not publicly known whether the daytime episodes (both CBS and ABC) are lost or damaged, but they are rarely seen ...
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