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The show's format: a young man or woman questions three members of the opposite sex, hidden from her view, to determine which one would be the best date.The questions were designed by the show's writers to elicit sexy answers."I've never been out on a date before. " a teenage Michael Jackson asked one of his potential dates on a 1972 episode of the show."Well, we'd have fun," the girl answered.in which a “bachelorette” picked one of three prospective bachelors hidden behind a screen, or vice-versa, by asking provocative questions – was an awkward artifact of society’s evolving attitudes about sexual freedom and openness. 25 at age 81 in Mill Valley, Calif., himself actually was a bit of a catch, as they used to say, as eventually was evidenced by his 1978 marriage to onetime Miss America Nancy Fleming Lange.But on the show, the melodious-voiced former announcer for Tennessee Ernie Ford functioned as a G-rated version of Hugh Hefner, a friendly middle-aged hunk who helped reassure viewers and contestants alike that despite the implicit naughtiness, this was all good clean fun. Paul's Jim Lange, who rubbed broadcast elbows with Casey Jones and Steve Cannon before seizing fame as the original and best-known host of the legendary "Dating Game" television show during the 1960s and 1970s, has died. Thomas Academy and the University of Minnesota, died Tuesday from a heart attack at his home in the Bay Area community of Mill Valley, Calif. Lange's broadcast career in the Twin Cities was launched after attending an audition on a dare as a teenager to do the sports and be a disc jockey on a local radio station."They wanted a boy and a girl," he said in a 1992 interview with the Bay Area Radio Digest.
The show's format: A young man or woman questions three members of the opposite sex, hidden from view, to determine which one would be the best date.
"We met up at the Pavek Museum [of Broadcasting] last summer," said Iverson, who runs the "Lunch with Casey" and "Minnesota Kidvid" websites. He also recalled appearing at Excelsior Amusement Park with Casey Jones [Roger Awsumb] and Wrangler Steve [portrayed by Cannon]." Al De Rusha, who was floor director on "Captain 11," also caught up Lange last summer at the broadcast museum and recalled Thursday that "the guy never changed. An accomplished golfer, Lange attended the U on the Chick Evans Scholarship through the Western Golf Association.