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Panel games made a comeback in American daytime television (where the lower budgets were tolerated) in the 1970s through comedy-driven shows such as Match Game and Hollywood Squares.
Panel games had success in primetime until the late 1960s, when they were collectively dropped from television because of their perceived “low budget” nature.
Two contestants on each episode got to choose from thirty wrapped packages displayed centerstage.
They had a shot at the usual game show prizes (washer-dryers and Turtle Wax), or a chance at the grand prize - a check for ,000 (that's about 5,000 in today's dough). To heighten the suspense, Edwards would peek into the box before the contestant got a look and go through a number of fake-outs before he sprung the actual prize on them.
This was Geoff Edwards' shining moment - emotionally torturing his overly-excited contestants for laughs.
No skill or knowledge was needed on The New Treasure Hunt.