The Amateur's Guide to Love is an American television game show, created by Merrill Heatter and Bob Quigley, that ran on CBS from March 27 to June 23, 1972. Gene Rayburn was the emcee, while Kenny Williams was the announcer. The theme was written by Mort Garson, of Our Day Will Come fame. Each episode began with Garson's theme song, set to shots of a van emblazoned with the Amateur's Guide to Love logo driving around southern California, with scenes of men and women falling in love with each other. As the van travels around, host Gene Rayburn sets the scene for the game show: Afterwards, the show would then cut to the studio, where announcer Kenny Williams would introduce this weeks' panelists, and Rayburn.
|Title||Amateur's Guide to Love|
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|Episode Runtime||00 Hours 30 Minutes|
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