What's A Rebus?

Bob Clayton at the puzzle board.

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the word "rebus" as "a representation of syllables or words by means of pictures." For the purposes of Concentration, a rebus is defined as "a combination of pictures, letters and words, which, when deciphered, forms a familiar phrase, the title of something, or something you know."

Concentration producer, Norm Blumenthal, was the author of the rebuses used on the show.

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