Manhattan Exhibit Celebrates 35 Years Of ‘Wheel of Fortune’

Updated On 16 Nov, 2017 Published On

Wheel of Fortune is taking a spin in New York City. The famous Hangman-inspired game show in which the reality television stars Pat Sajak and Vanna White starre is the focus of a new exhibit titled Wheel of Fortune: 35 Years as America’s Game at the Paley Center at 25 W. 52nd St. through December 3.

On display is going to be some of Vanna’s favorite gowns, wedges from the wheel and scale models of the set, with videos which featured some of the show’s most memorable moments.

You will also spot Sheldon, the ceramic Dalmatian which was sold for $154 during the show's’ early days when contestants used their winnings to shop for prizes.

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Manhattan Exhibit Celebrates 35 Years Of ‘Wheel of Fortune’

Manhattan Exhibit Celebrates 35 Years Of ‘Wheel of Fortune’

Source: newsday

While Wheel of Fortune began in 1975 as a daytime show on NBC along with Susan Stafford and Chuck Woolery, this exhibit is meant as a celebration to the syndicated edition with Pat and Vanna that has been on a roll since 1984.

“Wheel” executive producer Harry Friedman said;

The viewers think of them as friends and one of the most satisfying and heartwarming things to watch is people’s faces when Pat and Vanna enter the studio,

And while it costs $250 to buy a vowel on the show, admission to the exhibit, that is open Wednesdays through Sundays, is free.