Tattletales is an American game show produced by Goodson-Todman Productions in association with Fremantle. The program had two runs on the CBS daytime schedule between February 1974 and June 1984. It was hosted by Bert Convy, with several announcers including Jack Clark, Gene Wood, Johnny Olson and John Harlan providing the voiceover at various times. Wood was the primary announcer during the show's first run, and Olson was announcing during the 1980s. The show's premise involved questions asked about celebrity couples' personal lives and was based on He Said, She Said, a syndicated Goodson-Todman show hosted by Joe Garagiola that aired during the 1969–70 season, which in itself was based on an unsold 1966 pilot called It Had to Be You that was hosted by Ed McMahon, which featured four civilian couples instead of celebrity couples.


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