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Welcome sensational Cheryl Bradshaw.” The bachelors were told to say “hello” to Cheryl. Then you’re really ready.” At another point, Bradshaw said, “Bachelor Number One, I’m a drama teacher and I’m auditioning you for my private lessons. Take it.” “Come on over here,” Alcala said and dramatically growled. The witty reply brought another wave of applause from the audience.Bachelor Number One said, “We’re going to have a great time together, Cheryl.” The question period began with Bradshaw asking, “Bachelor Number One, what is your favorite time of the day? That performance was a big hit with the audience that laughed and applauded. When Lange asked Bradshaw to decide which bachelor she wanted to date, she said, “I like bananas so I’ll take One.” However, the date never actually took place.Occasionally, the roles were reversed and a man would do the selecting from a group of three “bachelorettes.” The show did not use the term “spinsters” for its unmarried female guests probably because that word, so strongly associated with starched gingham and hair-in-a-bun prudishness, would have been out of place in the time period.
He enlisted in the Army in 1961 and served as a clerk.
” “My favorite time is at night,” the smiling Alcala answered. When asked why, he raised his eyebrows suggestively and replied, “Because that’s the only time there is.” “What’s wrong with morning or afternoon? Bradshaw said, “Bachelor Number One, I’m serving you for dinner. ” “I’m called the banana and I look really good,” Alcala replied. All sources agree that after Bradshaw talked more extensively to Alcala backstage, she found him “creepy” and refused to go on the date.
It may well have been the wisest decision of Cheryl Bradshaw’s life.
There he studied filmmaking under the distinguished director Roman Polanski, whose wife was brutally murdered in the Tate-La Bianca murders of 1969 and who would eventually become a fugitive himself because of a statutory rape conviction.
In 1971, California police detective Steve Hodel persuaded the FBI to put the fugitive child rapist Alcala on its Ten Most Wanted list.