Initially the sign was up with the “how to play,” but I felt it blocked the books too much.
Originally the screws held up some plaques and pictures commemorating the library’s history.
I can’t remember why we took them down, but they proved to be impossible to get back up where they belong.
"THE DATING GAME" first premiered on December 20-24, 1965 on abc-TV and remained a fixture on the network in both daytime and nighttime incarnations through the rest of the 1960s and well into the 1970s.
Jim Lange, fresh from his announcing duties with Tennessee Ernie Ford stepped through the flower-speckled rotating partitions for the first of many, many times shortly before Christmas 1965. On one side you had 3 bachelors answering questions from a girl on the other side of the partition (each not being able to see the other).
So sit back and relax as we take you through the wonderful (and sometimes scary) world of closing logos. In 2009, we won the Judges' Choice for the Wetpaint Golden Paint Can Awards. IT ALL STARTED NINE YEARS AGO WHEN THIS WEBSITE WAS CREATED AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO "KRS LOGOS" ON CLOSING LOGO DESCRIPTIONS; WE' RE NOW A REFERENCE IN HISTORY OF CLOSING LOGOS AND A MAIN POWER OF TELEVISION AND CINEMA LOGO PRESERVATION... Hooker, Matt Houston, An Officer and a Gentleman, Shirt Tales, Rocky III, E. the Extra Terrestrial, Ripley's Believe It or Not (1982 series), Countdown (U. game show), 48 Hrs (film), Poltergeist, Silver Spoons, Fame (TV series), Tootsie, Annie, The Beastmaster, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, T. Hooker, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Quest for Fire, Cats, Tron, Gandhi, The Secret of NIMH, and First Blood Full House, Star Trek: The Next Generation, A Different World, Married...