Arnold schwarzenegger on 1973 dating game tv show

You hit the game show circuit and hope to make a few bucks.Here’s 10 clips of celebrities on game shows before they were famous.Without jumping to conclusions, the evidence seems to suggest that they spend a fair bit of time applying to be on gameshows.From Hollywood royalty to TV stars to pop icons, an array of celebs appeared on TV trying to win cash before becoming household names.These guests were either huge stars before their appearance or after their appearance.And one made news for reasons having nothing to do with show business.

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Jim Lange, who died of a heart attack Tuesday at age 81, hosted many game shows during his decades-long career, but it was his work on "The Dating Game" that made him the most famous.

Lange was the first host of this enduring singles' program, and his run lasted from 1965 to 1980.

A photo posted by Arnold Schwarzenegger (@schwarzenegger) on 46 years ago, the first thing I did when I arrived in this country was go to Muscle Beach to work out.

, there were just as many fleeting, fascinating and now forgotten series.


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