The dating game in 1972

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Hosts: Chuck Woolery (1983-1995), Pat Bullard (1998-1999) Years on TV: 1983-1995; 1998-1999 Super-suave Chuck Woolery hosted Love Connection, a different take on The Dating Game, where contestants would select their match from three potential dates.

The audience voted on which date they thought was the perfect match and the contestant would reveal his/her choice.

Game Shows, more than any other genre, were prone to becoming either missing or lost.

The practice of wiping (reusing videotapes) stopped as a whole around 1979, with the earlier years of television particularly affected.

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Micheal Jackson was on the Dating Game Show in 1972.

I remember watching that show and did not remember that he was on it. But, ya gotta wonder what happened to the date he chose!!

WE KNOW OF ABOUT 350 EPISODES OF "THE DATING GAME" THAT ARE IN EXISTENCE, INCLUDING MOST OF THE 1967 SEASON, SOME 1968-1970, MANY 1971-1972, A FEW FROM 1973-74, SOME FROM 1978-79 SEASON, AND SOME FROM THE LATE 90S.

This is SUPER rare, SUPER funny and SUPER embarrassing.........Michael Lol! ALL comments are accepted because I respect everybody's opinions just please don't be too hard on the guy(he's my favorite!