"Call My Bluff" was a short-lived Goodson-Todman television game show which premiered, and then ended, in 1965. In spite of this, Milton Bradley produced a spin-off card game related to the game show, with the same title. The play is quite simple, cards are listed with three definitions and a player makes up another definition for a certain word or concept. The other player(s) then place bets, for points, on what they believe to be the true definition. Goodson-Todman created many of the most memorable game shows of the later 20th century. "Call My Bluff," unfortunately, was not one of them.