Dating game 1960 s photo
It was a Sunday in September, 1964, and Steelers’ John Baker had just delivered a brutal hit to the Giants quarterback, Y. The famous frame is the middle negative in a strip of three — frame No. We scanned the entire strip and were surprised by what we found.
Tittle had been the NFL’s Most Valuable Player the year before and had taken his team to the championship game in ‘61, ‘62 and ‘63. Recently, Digs reporter and Post-Gazette photographer Steve Mellon unearthed Berman’s original 35mm negatives, long considered lost.
"They wanted the boy to do sports and the girl to do the dances and stuff that was going on in the Twin Cities — very sexist — and play music once a week." Lange said he stuck with radio all through college and "found out that you can make a fair amount of money without any heavy lifting." Among his earliest inspirations, Lange said in the interview, was WCCO Radio legend Steve Cannon: "I used to listen to [him] when I was thinking about becoming a DJ. I later became close friends with Steve Cannon, and he was inspirational in getting me to come out to San Francisco." Lange's first TV gig also came in the Twin Cities, portraying the title character for "Captain 11," a children's program in the mid-1950s that joined in the outer space craze of that era and aired on WMIN, Channel 11. He didn't come on like a big personality." As a St.
It aired on weekday afternoons and featured old movie serials such as "Buck Rogers" and "The Lost Jungle." Steve Iverson, a Twin Cities broadcast historian, said Thursday that he interviewed Lange last summer for a documentary on "Lunch with Casey" and other early Channel 11 kids shows. Paul youngster, Lange worked in the visitors' clubhouse at old Lexington Park, home of an earlier incarnation of the St. Lange reminisced about those days when he spent an inning in the broadcast booth at a Saints game during a visit to the Twin Cities in July 2005 to see his mother.
“I understand the argument about using frame 24 but #31(the Steelers player whose back dominates half of the frame) ruins the moment for me.”One of the best photographers covering sports today is Elsa Garrison of Getty Images.
She said she would stick with the photo of Tittle alone. the frame selected is clearly the stronger picture,” she said.
"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.
He garnered the nickname "Dating Game Killer" after his appearance as a contestant on the popular game show in the midst of his murder spree.
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.
Like most people, you probably reach around to the back of the market's dairy case for the freshest milk, and sort through the meat packages to pick the pork chops with the latest date.
At home, you might even toss out the yogurt or eggs if the date on the carton has passed.
The problem is, those dates don't mean what you think they do.