James "Jim" John Lange (born August 15, 1932; died February 25, 2014) was a former American game show host and disc jockey.
He was particularly well known to listeners in the San Francisco and Los Angeles radio markets with stints at several stations in both markets, racking up over 45 years on the air. Lange was also known to television viewers as an announcer and host of several game shows, including the long-running The Dating Game.
Lange died of a heart attack on February 25, 2014 at the age of 81.
- Oh My Word (1965–1967)
- The (New) Dating Game (1965–1980)
- Spin-Off (1975)
- Give-N-Take (1975)
- Word Grabbers (1976, unsold pilots)
- Double Play (1976, unsold pilot)
- Bowling for Dollars (1976–1977 Los Angeles / Orange County version)
- The Hollywood Connection (1977–1978; also hosted the 1975 pilot)
- All-Star Charades (1977, unsold pilot)
- (Celebrity) Bullseye (1980–1982; also hosted the 1979 pilot)
- Twenty One (1982, unsold pilot)
- Take My Word For It! (1982–1983)
- The New Newlywed Game (1984, ABC "Valentine's Week")
- The $100,000 Name That Tune (1984–1985)
- Perfect Match (1985 pilot, called Make A Match)
- $1,000,000 Chance of a Lifetime (1986–1987; also hosted the 1985 pilot)
- Puzzle Roulette (1987, unsold pilots)
- Triple Threat (1988–1989)
- The Puzzle Game (1989, unsold pilots)
- The Most Outrageous Game Show Moments (2002; first special only, as co-host)