The dating game tv episodes


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This version lasted for three years with Joyce hosting the 1st season and Jeff Mc Gregor hosting the last 2 Seasons and again as in the previous 2 incarnations, the show featured present and future stars. But if you're a game show retrophile like me, you would have to agree that there's just no Dating Game without Jim Lange with or without the awful tux. (Dates with celebrities are always subject to their availability.) THE BROADCAST HISTORY of : December 20, 1965-March 31, 1967 at am-12Noon on ABC-TV April 3, 1967-July 12, 1968 at -pm on ABC-TV July 15, 1968-July 6, 1973 at -pm on ABC-TV.

(Among the future stars was Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding, Jr.! And now you don't have to suffer from Lange withdrawal because Game Show Network has some episodes to show you... Now you can see the classic Jim Lange episodes of the original DATING GAME on The Game Show Network- in particular, the ones that featured present-day and future superstars. On 1st Run Syndicated from September 10, 1973-September 15, 2000.

Jim Lange, fresh from his announcing duties with Tennessee Ernie Ford stepped through the flower-speckled rotating partitions for the first of many, many times shortly before Christmas 1965. On one side you had 3 bachelors answering questions from a girl on the other side of the partition (each not being able to see the other).

The girl was given a certain amount of time to ask as many questions as she could to the 3 bachelors.

Created by Chuck Barris Presented by Jim Lange (1965–1980)Elaine Joyce (1986–1987)Jeff Mc Gregor (1987–1989)Brad Sherwood (1996–1997)Chuck Woolery (1997–1999)Running time 30 minutes with commercials Production company(s) Chuck Barris Productions (1965–1974; 1978–1980; 1986–1987)Barris Industries (1987–1989)The Guber-Peters Company (1986–1989)Columbia Tri Star Television (1996–2000)Distributor Station Syndication, Inc. Bryan Mac was the bachelor and my name is Stacey Cimino. Stacey [email protected] am looking for the dating game show episode with lee majors.

(1973–1974)Firestone Program Services (1978–1980)Worldvision Enterprises (1986–1987)Barris Program Sales (1987–1989)Columbia Tri Star Television (1996–2000)Broadcast Original channel ABC (1965–1973)Syndicated (1973–1974; 1978–1980; 1986–1989; 1996–2000)Original run First Run December 20, 1965 – July 6, 1973 (ABC Daytime)Second Run October 6, 1966 – January 17, 1970 (ABC primetime)Third Run September 10, 1973 – September 1974 (Syndication)Fourth Run September 4, 1978 – September 1980 (Syndication)Fifth Run September 15, 1986 – September 8, 1989 (Syndication)Sixth Run September 9, 1996 – September 1999 (Syndication) I was on this show in 1986-1987 and won. lee majors was the bachelor my sister was the bachelorette chosen they went to London England. contact me @ [email protected] was on the The Dating Game show with Chuck Woolery in 1999 (I THINK it aired in 2000, maybe not) and won a trip to Miami, Florida and stayed at the Eden Roc Hotel! I was wondering if you'd be doing an archive of those shows.

THE DATING GAME was and still is by all accounts, the premiere game show for singles.

An all new 80s update of "The Dating Game (The All-New DATING GAME)" premiered on syndicated on September 8-12, 1986, but this time the hosting duties were handled by Elaine Joyce (Lange was busy at the time hosting "The

An all new 80s update of "The Dating Game (The All-New DATING GAME)" premiered on syndicated on September 8-12, 1986, but this time the hosting duties were handled by Elaine Joyce (Lange was busy at the time hosting "The $1,000,000 Chance Of A Lifetime"). A newer, corporate-whitewashed version of the DATING GAME was released on September 9-13, 1996 and packaged with another updated version of "The Newlywed Game", this time with Chuck ("Love Connection") Woolery (1st Host is Whose Line is it Anyway (US) Brad Sherwood for the 1st Season for the difference) and outside of the quizzer and the respective suitors & suitorettes not being able to see one another, the rules were almost completely overhauled and all ended the show on September 15, 2000.

An eligible bachelor or bachelorette picks a blind date by asking a series of questions to three singles hidden behind a partition.

The show was both a daytime and prime-time success, and yielded several incarnations, including a 1996 version that changed the format.

Other contestants who appeared in their unknown or pre-stardom eras included The Carpenters, Jackson Bostwick, Joanna Cameron, Andy Kaufman (who went under the name Baji Kimran), Steve Martin, Burt Reynolds, John Ritter, Phil Hartman, Jennifer Granholm (Governor of Michigan from 2003-2010), the actor Jay North, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Tom Selleck (who went on the show twice but was not chosen as a "date" either time).

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An all new 80s update of "The Dating Game (The All-New DATING GAME)" premiered on syndicated on September 8-12, 1986, but this time the hosting duties were handled by Elaine Joyce (Lange was busy at the time hosting "The $1,000,000 Chance Of A Lifetime"). A newer, corporate-whitewashed version of the DATING GAME was released on September 9-13, 1996 and packaged with another updated version of "The Newlywed Game", this time with Chuck ("Love Connection") Woolery (1st Host is Whose Line is it Anyway (US) Brad Sherwood for the 1st Season for the difference) and outside of the quizzer and the respective suitors & suitorettes not being able to see one another, the rules were almost completely overhauled and all ended the show on September 15, 2000.An eligible bachelor or bachelorette picks a blind date by asking a series of questions to three singles hidden behind a partition.The show was both a daytime and prime-time success, and yielded several incarnations, including a 1996 version that changed the format.Other contestants who appeared in their unknown or pre-stardom eras included The Carpenters, Jackson Bostwick, Joanna Cameron, Andy Kaufman (who went under the name Baji Kimran), Steve Martin, Burt Reynolds, John Ritter, Phil Hartman, Jennifer Granholm (Governor of Michigan from 2003-2010), the actor Jay North, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Tom Selleck (who went on the show twice but was not chosen as a "date" either time).

,000,000 Chance Of A Lifetime"). A newer, corporate-whitewashed version of the DATING GAME was released on September 9-13, 1996 and packaged with another updated version of "The Newlywed Game", this time with Chuck ("Love Connection") Woolery (1st Host is Whose Line is it Anyway (US) Brad Sherwood for the 1st Season for the difference) and outside of the quizzer and the respective suitors & suitorettes not being able to see one another, the rules were almost completely overhauled and all ended the show on September 15, 2000.

An eligible bachelor or bachelorette picks a blind date by asking a series of questions to three singles hidden behind a partition.

The show was both a daytime and prime-time success, and yielded several incarnations, including a 1996 version that changed the format.

Other contestants who appeared in their unknown or pre-stardom eras included The Carpenters, Jackson Bostwick, Joanna Cameron, Andy Kaufman (who went under the name Baji Kimran), Steve Martin, Burt Reynolds, John Ritter, Phil Hartman, Jennifer Granholm (Governor of Michigan from 2003-2010), the actor Jay North, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Tom Selleck (who went on the show twice but was not chosen as a "date" either time).

The future Federal Judge Alex Kozinski appeared on it and was selected as a "date". Some contestants appeared even after they were fairly well known, including a young Michael Jackson, Ron Howard, Maureen Mc Cormick, Barry Williams, Sally Field, Richard Dawson, and Paul Lynde. [email protected] Dad was on the show sometime around 1975 ish. I would love to get a copy of that show if it's available. My dad passed away in 1984 and I would love to be able to show my kids their grandfather.

(In fact, in light of its success, Baskin-Robbins named an ice cream flavor in honor of the show.) And over the years, the show featured many stars of the day (Burt Reynolds, Paul Petersen and even Dick Clark showed up) as well as newcomers who would in later years become big stars in their own right (John Ritter, Teri Garr, Tom Selleck and Farrah Fawcett were among these.) The show left abc-TV on July 2-6, 1973, but stayed in syndication for another year (1973-1974) before leaving the airwaves altogether.