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09-Oct-2019 22:09

Everyone wonders if bachelors are given a preview of the questions or get to see the girl in advance. They filmed three episodes at a time so nine of us reported to an assigned room. We were briefed, then ushered to the stage for a rehearsal. Got some good questions, had some funny answers, called one of the other bachelors a blimp, just wreaked as much comic havoc as I could. As a result I missed getting to go on a little cruise boat around the Newport Beach harbor with the Turtles.

"Spanish Flea" is a popular song written by Julius Wechter in the 1960s with lyrics by Cissy Wechter. 24 and gaining a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental.

The song was removed from the final version due to technical constraints.

It is used during the "Mitch's World" segment on the American syndicated morning television show .

In addition to its use in The Dating Game, the song has been used in a variety of film and television soundtracks.

It was one of two Alpert songs in a 1966 animated cartoon by John Hubley, A Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass Double Feature.

"Spanish Flea" is a popular song written by Julius Wechter in the 1960s with lyrics by Cissy Wechter. 24 and gaining a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental.The song was removed from the final version due to technical constraints.It is used during the "Mitch's World" segment on the American syndicated morning television show .In addition to its use in The Dating Game, the song has been used in a variety of film and television soundtracks.It was one of two Alpert songs in a 1966 animated cartoon by John Hubley, A Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass Double Feature.The Glenn Miller Orchestra did a rendition of the song as the last track on the album "Something New: The Glenn Miller Orchestra plays the Tijuana Brass" (1966) Allan Sherman did a parody of this song on his album Togetherness (1967).