From 1979 to 1985 "The Mad Dash" was one of the most popular daytime game shows in Canada. Featuring crazy questions, loads of action and lots of laughs, "The Mad Dash" was a TV favorite. Created, produced and directed by Sidney M. Cohen.
"The Mad Dash" returned with sparkling new international productions, including Poland's"Duety Do Mety" on the TVP2 Network.
Pictured below are scenes from the original series hosted by Pierre Lalonde.
TRIVIA: "The Mad Dash" is featured in a big screen motion picture based on pop-culture historian Douglas Coupland in Robin Neinstein's witty Souvenir of Canada, an adaptation of Coupland's best-selling series of books sporting the same title.