Dating videos from the 80s

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“It’s the thing that made people remember me, and it made a lot of women who also have beauty marks identify with me. Honestly though, if I was designing my face from scratch, I don’t know if I would have designed it with the mole,” she said.

Cindy was married to Richard Gere for four years in the 90s and has been married to Rande Gerber, a former model himself, since 1998. Cindy stopped modeling full time in 2000 and has since focused on creating beauty, clothing, and home-accessories lines as well as advocating for various philanthropic causes, including the Ronald Mc Donald House Charities, childhood leukemia research, and environmental health.

After the pilot became a network's program broadcast weekly staple, George Smith continued as the show's art director.

George Smith also designed the network's daily "Divorce Court".

Unlike "The Bachelor" and other recent dating shows on which a single male or female over the course of several episodes hopes to find a potential life partner; a contestant on The Dating Game would ask three delegates of the opposite sex a series of questions with a view to pick one for accompanying him/her on a chaperoned date.

There is a folding screen separating the junior suite of the three delegates and the contestant; that way the contestant cannot see their face but can talk further ahead after each question answered.

Composed of 2 Teams of 3 Members (2 In-Studio team members and 1 Star Team Captain) are writing answers to an question {e.g.: Name a part of a ...What if you're looking for something a little more rough around the edges, perhaps with the grubby, grainy, snow-flecked qualities of a cumbersome mid-Eighties VHS home-movie camera?That's where a new app, helpfully named VHS Camcorder, comes in.As an ABC Hollywood (Prospect & Talmadge studio lot facility) scenic designer and Art Director, George Smith designed "The Dating Game" funky twin turntable set with the 60's daisy decoration on the turntable's background walls.This was the first color season for ABC Hollywood, with the network insisting on "bright vivid 'Technicolor' schemes" to be incorporated in all scenery.

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