Dating game questions for contestants

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High Rollers Alex Trebek hosted this casino-style dice game.

The music for this show was loud Las Vegas lounge with a game show gloss.

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Very funny and incredibly exciting, The New Treasure Hunt ran for three years but received a lot of criticism for being too exploitative (?!? Chuck Barris wrote the show's lovely, melodic end theme (this clip from the original music master).

Based on a game show from the Fifties (Treasure Hunt), this Chuck Barris production is my favorite game show of all time.

This was Geoff Edwards' shining moment - emotionally torturing his overly-excited contestants for laughs.

The show had 7 different rooms: In earlier episodes, the Beam Room was played first in every episode, followed by two of the other rooms.

Under the battle format, the Beam Room was always played third, followed by either the Water Room or the Ceiling Room as the Bonus Round, with the first two rooms cycling between the remaining four.

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