Dating game episodes 1972
This engaging program began in the summer of 1974 and ran until 1976 (both in daytime and in syndication) and was revived a number of times. Jack Narz was host as contestants tried to decipher words hidden inside a puzzle grid.
The theme to Now You See It was called "Chump Change" by Quincy Jones which was first heard the Q's 1972 album entitled "You've Got It Bad Girl" - and was also the theme for The New Bill Cosby Show in 1972.
(1996-1997)John Cramer (1997-1999)Brad Sherwood (2009)Randy West (2009- )Theme music composer Chuck Barris (1966-1974; 1977-1980; 1985-1988; 1997-1998)Composer(s) Lynn Barris (music coordinator 1966-1974)Frank Jaffe(music coordinator 1966-1974)Lee Ringuette (music coordinator 1977-1980; 1984-1988)Milton De Lugg (music director 1984-1988)Jim Latham (1996-1997)Steve Kaplan (1997-1998)Barry Coffing (1998-1999)John Blaylock (1998-1999)Country of origin United States Production Executive producer(s) Chuck Barris (1966-1974; 1977-1980; 1985-1987)Jeff Wald (1987-1989)Michael Canter (1996-1997)Stephen Brown (1997-1999)Michael Davies (2009-present)Producer(s) Bill Carruthers (1966-1974)Walt Case (1966-1974; 1984-1988; supervising producer 1997-1998)Mike Metzger (1977-1980)Scott Sternberg (1988-1989)Bruce Starin (1988-1989)April Benimowitz (supervising producer 1996-1997)Rikk Greengrass (supervising producer 1996-1997)Linda Lea (coordinating producer 1997-1999)Running time 30 Minutes Production company(s) Chuck Barris Productions (1966-1974; 1977-1980; 1984-1986)Barris Industries (1986-1989)Columbia Tri Star Television (1996-2000)Embassy Row (2009-present)Sony Pictures Television (2009-present)Distributor Firestone Program Services (1977-1979)Worldvision Enterprises (1979-1980)Bel-Air Syndication Sales (1985-1986)Barris Program Sales (1986-1989)Columbia Tri Star Television (1996-2000)Broadcast Original channel ABC (1966-1974; 1984)Syndicated (1977-1980; 1985-1989; 1996-1999)GSN (2009-present)Original airing 1966-1999, 2009-current Hi Isaac - We only have oral history interviews in our collection - we don't have any episodes of television.
This was part game show, part wrestling match - Geoff Edwards often ended the show on the floor or off to the side of the stage!Wizard / Captain Noah / Thanksgiving Day Specials / Disney's First Christmas Special / Saturday Morning Cartoons / The Magic Garden / Amahl & the Night Visitors / Holiday Toy Commercials / Lucy & Desi's Last Christmas Show / Joey Heatherton / Fat Albert / The Virginian / Bewitched / Death of John Wayne / 1974 Saturday Mornings / Chuck Mc Cann / Rudolph Collectables / Shrimpenstein / Local Popeye Shows / New Treasure Hunt / 1966 ABC TV Shows / 1967 TV Shows / 1968 TV Shows / Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes & Baby Doll / Fridays / TV Moms / Red Skelton / Star Wars / KISS / Lancelot Link / Saturday Morning Cartoons / The Magic Garden / Wonder Woman / Classic Comic Books / Andy Griffith / Cher / TV Shows on DVD / Outtakes & Bloopers / 1967 TV Shows / Romper Room / ABC Movie of the Week / The Goldbergs / Daws Butler Commercials / Saturday Morning Commercials / Captain Kangaroo / Chicago Local Kiddie Shows / Boston Local TV / Philly Local TV / NYC Local Kid Shows / Amos 'n' Andy / Electric Company / Bette Davis / Judy Garland / Christmas Specials / Redd Foxx / Good Times / Sitcom Houses / What's Happening!is an American television game show that pits newly-married couples against each other in a series of revealing question rounds to determine how well the spouses know (or don't know) each other.Very funny and incredibly exciting, The New Treasure Hunt ran for three years but received a lot of criticism for being too exploitative (?!? Chuck Barris wrote the show's lovely, melodic end theme (this clip from the original music master).
High Rollers Alex Trebek hosted this casino-style dice game.
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