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Chuck Woolery aspired to a career in the music industry, but enlisted in the United States Navy instead.After completing two years of military service, the young man returned to his home state of Kentucky and attended Morehead State University where he studied economics and sociology, In the early 1960s, he worked as a sales representative for Pillsbury and as a consultant for Wasserstrom Wine in Columbus, Ohio.On January 6, 1975, Wheel of Fortune debuted on NBC with Chuck Woolery as host and Susan Stafford as his assistant (a role later performed by Vanna White).The word puzzle game soon became one of daytime television's greatest hits.Winters, who had been impressed with one of Woolery's solo recordings, offered him a spot on The Tonight Show . Thompson in a segment called "Love and the Crazy Comrades" (Season 5, Episode 6, Air Date: October 19, 1973).He played the role of a tennis pro in the 1978 television move A Guide for the Married Woman, starring Cybill Shepherd.Chuck Woolery went on to host several other game shows, most notably Love Connection from 1983 to 1994.Love Connection was a variant of The Dating Game in which singles attempted to find a compatible match or "connection." Love Connection was one of the biggest game show hits of its era and it boosted Woolery's career.
In the summer of 1974, he was was featured as a vocalist on a short-lived revival of Your Hit Parade.
The group disbanded after "Fly With Me:" and never released a full album.
Elkin "Bubba" Fowler went on to a career as a folksinger and played bass for Leonard Cohen.
Griffin, however, was interested in Woolery as the host of a new game show he was developing called Shopper's Bazaar.
Although Shopper's Bazaar never got off the ground, it was given a makeover and a new title, Wheel of Fortune.