Dating game episodes 1972
Roger Muir Directed by Bill Carruthers (1966-1974)John Dorsey (aka "The Fox"; 1966-1974; 1977-1980; 1985-1988)Jeff Goldstein (1988-1989)Paul Casey (1996-1997; 1998-1999)Rob Fiedler (1997-1998)Presented by Bob Eubanks (1966-1974; 1977-1980; 1985-1988; 1997-1999, 2009 one episode)Jim Lange (1984)Paul Rodriguez (1988-1989)Gary Kroeger (1996-1997)Carnie Wilson (2009-present)Narrated by Scott Beach (1966)Johnny Jacobs (1966-1980)Tony Mc Clay (1980)Rod Roddy (1984)Bob Hilton (1985-1987)Charlie O'Donnell (1988-1989)Ellen K.(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.His passion and his generous spirit are deeply woven into the fabric of this broadcast. “A beige colored car with no license plates was following this little girl.”“Tali Shapiro was an 8-year-old girl walking to school back in 1968,” says Orange County Deputy District Attorney Matt Murphy.“A good Samaritan, a witness, sees the little girl, the little 8-year-old Tali get in the car. follows him and puts a call into LAPD,” says Los Angeles Detective Steve Hodel.“I went to that location,” Camacho recalls. He was a student at UCLA - an undergrad student.”“That’s one of the first times he ever turned up on the radar for law enforcement,” Murphy says. and we were in combat I was trying to save this guy… And that was the last I heard of them,” says Camacho. “So I think that created logistical problems for the D. back then.”In 1972, Alcala pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of child molestation.“He ultimately was convicted of child molest,” Murphy tells Harold Dow.
Dow was a “48 Hours” correspondent for 22 years - as long as “48 Hours” has been on television. And I had received a call,” Los Angeles Police Officer Chris Camacho recalls of that September morning in 1968. “We found - a lot of ID, picture ID of a Rodney Alcala. “So with Tali, it was kind of like God gave me a second chance to save someone.”Soon after Tali healed, her parents moved her out of the country.“I found out that they had moved to Mexico, that they did not wanna raise the daughter in this society any longer. And they looked up and said, ‘Oh my gosh, that’s Mr. The girls knew Alcala as John Burger, their counselor at an all-girls summer camp in New Hampshire. “I get a phone call from the FBI saying, ‘We’ve got your man in custody, he’s ready to be picked up.’”In fact, Rodney Alcala had been hiding in plain sight for the last three years.“Rodney Alcala, after raping and almost killing Tali Shapiro, he fled to New York,” Murphy says. “Part of the problem for the prosecution back then is that Tali Shapiro’s family had relocated down to Mexico,” Murphy explains.
You might try contacting the Paley Center for Media or the UCLA Film and Television Archive. Hi Joe, We only have oral history interviews in our collection - we don't have any episodes of television.
You might try contacting the Paley Center for Media or the UCLA Film and Television Archive. We only have oral history interviews in our collection - we don't have any episodes of television.
You might try contacting the Paley Center for Media or the UCLA Film and Television Archive. Hi Melody, We only have oral history interviews in our collection - we don't have any episodes of television.
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.