The Perfect Match (60s Version)
Computerized Dating made even more stiff and robotic than the computer used
Syndication: (September 1967 - September 1968)
Computerized Dating was the big thing in the 1960s, where those who couldn't find someone locally would fill out a questionaire, send a company $3, and then receive a list of names and phone numbers and possibly find someone for them. In 1967, a few TV execs thought this would be a great idea for a game show. So, because of cold calculating gigantic computers, we were given a show called The Perfect Match. How stilted was this? The video below tells all!
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