Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. High Low was an American game show that aired on NBC from July 4 to September 19, 1957. The series was a summer replacement for the popular variety show The Ford Show. Jack Barry was the emcee and Don Pardo was the announcer. High Low was filmed in Studio 6A at NBC Studios in the Rockefeller Center in Manhattan. One contestant, stationed in an isolation booth, competed against a three-member panel of celebrities in a test of knowledge inspired by the game High-Low Poker. On his or her first appearance, the contestant was staked $500 of betting money. Barry posed a question containing multiple answers to both the contestant and the panel. Each member of the panel would secretly bid on how many correct answers he or she could give to the question. The panel, studio audience, and home audience could see the bids, but the contestant could not due to the way the booth was situated.