Last month, Alcala, who is currently held at California State Prison, Corcoran, was charged in the 1977 cold case murder of Christine Ruth Thornton.
At the beginning of the Dating Game episode, Lange asks Alcala to say hello so Bradshaw can hear his voice.
Samples below picture the New York Yankees Grandstand tickets from 1960 to 1969.
"CHICAGO ILL." is on the back of the ticket stub at the top.
The Chicago Union label (82) is just to the left of "NEW YORK YANLEES INC." below the Terms and Conditions. The printing company credit line "ANSELL-SIMPLEX TICKET CO.
In 1964 the ticket price is raised from $1.30 to a $1,50.
(tax from .08 to .11) The Series Letter for this year is "A" The printing company credit line "ANSELL-SIMPLEX TICKET CO.
But now donning a sharp, brown suit and butterfly collar, Alcala had other things on his mind: Winning the affection of bachelorette Cheryl Bradshaw.
Watching the clip today, knowing that Bachelor Number One would go on to repeatedly choke his victims to unconsciousness and wait until they came to before killing them, their banter is more terrifying preview than goofy innuendo.
1969 is also the last year the Yankees use the printing company, Ansell-Simplex Ticket Co. B Tickets printed in 19 are believed to feature lettered Game No.'s.
A large number of tickets have been found for 1969, but there are not enough samples for 1962 to confirm this.
Backstage after the show, however, she saw the real Alcala. "He was kind of a creepy guy," Jed Mills, the bachelor next to Alcala, said in 2010.
The couple won tennis lessons and a trip to Magic Mountain, but Bradshaw declined to go on the date. (In another insane twist, Mills would go on to play the fat-free yogurt shop owner on Seinfeld.) "The people [in the audience] were actually snickering and even low-murmuring boos as to his answers," bachelor number three Armand Cerami recalled that year, as well.
It is believed that letters were used for all the Game No.'s in 1962 but there are not enough samples to confirm this.