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American TV: 1960s

The 1960s gave Americans many memorable – and not so memorable – TV shows. Even if you weren’t born yet, many of them went into syndication. How much do you know about them?

  • Question of

    In the series Bonanza, how many sons did Ben Cartwright have?

    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
  • Question of

    How many people were stranded on Gilligan’s Island?

    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
    • 9
  • Question of

    Name the series in which two scientists are stuck traveling in time.

    • Lost in Time
    • The Time Machine
    • The Time Tunnel
    • In the Nick of Time
  • Question of

    Which TV series featured a talking horse?

    • Mr. Ed
    • Mr. Smith
    • Mr. Bill
    • No such show existed
  • Question of

    In The Beverly Hillbillies, how did Jed Clampett discover oil?

    • He kicked over a rock
    • While digging a hole for his still
    • While water witching
    • With his rifle
  • Question of

    The series Lost in Space featured Robbie the Robot. In what movie did Robbie first appear?

    • The day the Earth Stood Still
    • Forbidden Planet
    • Day of the Triffids
    • From the Earth to the Moon
  • Question of

    In what fictional town was Green Acres set?

    • Campbellsport
    • Hokum Corners
    • Hooterville
    • Smithville
  • Question of

    In Get Smart, what was Maxwell Smart’s number?

    • 99
    • 13
    • 42
    • 86
  • Question of

    What was the name of the tribe of Indians in F Troop?

    • Sioux
    • Cherokee
    • Hekawi
    • Lakota
  • Question of

    In The Andy Griffith Show, what was the name of Barney Fife’s girlfriend?

    • Thelma Lou
    • Betty
    • Mary Jo
    • Peggy Sue
  • Question of

    The first TV show to feature an African-American in a leading role was

    • Julia
    • I Spy
    • Star Trek
    • Gomer Pyle, USMC


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Written by Gary J Sibio

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