Those were the days my friend! Ahh, the black and white television programs! Doesn't the word "program" just incite an overwhelming feeling of nostalgia in you? If so, this quiz is just for you. How well do you remember some of the greatest television characters from the '60s? Think you can recognize them all simply from one picture? It's time to venture on to this ultimate quiz!
The 1960s were a turning point in television production. We went from black and white to color. We used to watch The Flintstones and Leave It to Beaver with friends and neighbors at the best television on the street! From Detective McGarrett to Gomez Addams, and Dick Van Dyke to sweet-lookin' Miss Kitty Russell, this quiz is sure to bring it all back! The question now is ... can your memory keep up?
Is your memory so good that you can keep up with this challenge? Are you ready to take the last train to Clarksville with Davy Jones and see if Carol Brady will let you hear some of that good time music, that you love to hear? It's time to hop aboard this big groovy van ... we're heading back to the 60s and it's gonna be a gas! Good luck!
James Tiberius "Jim" Kirk was portrayed in the Star Trek by three different people throughout the franchise history: William Shatner (1966–1994); Chris Pine ((2009–present); and Jimmy Bennett (2009, as a child)!
Barney Fife of The Andy Griffith Show was portrayed by actor Don Knotts. Do you remember the name of the town where Fife was the deputy sheriff? Mayberry, North Carolina of course!
I Dream of Jeannie's character Captain Tony Nelson was portrayed by actor Larry Hagman. The show aired from September 18, 1965 until May 26, 1970, with a total of 139 episodes!
Born David Thomas Jones on December 30, 1945, Davy Jones was a member of The Monkees. He died at the age of 66 on February 29, 2012.
Frank Spencer Sutton was an American actor best remembered for his role as Gunnery Sergeant Vince Carter on the CBS television series Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. Sutton died of a heart attack at the young age of 50 in 1974.
Theodore Cleaver was better known as "Beaver" on the 1950s and 1960s television series Leave It to Beaver. The show spanned 6 seasons for a total of 234 episodes!
Wilbur Post was portrayed by Alan Young in the 1960s series Mister Ed. Did you know that all 143 episodes of Mister Ed were filmed in black-and-white?
Herman was the patriarch of the Munster household in the hit CBS sitcom The Munsters. He was portrayed by actor Fred Gwynne, who was later known for his roles in The Cotton Club, Pet Sematary and My Cousin Vinny.
Napoleon Solo was portrayed by Robert Francis Vaughn in the 1960s television series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. He is also remembered for his role as Harry Rule in the 1970s series The Protectors.
Remember Jed's catchphrase? "Welllllll, doggies!" Did you know that he was one of only three characters to appear in all 274 episodes of The Beverly Hillbillies?
Della Street of Perry Mason was portrayed by actress Barbara Hale. The series premiered on September 21, 1957 and ran through May 22, 1966!
The mother of Marsha, Jan and Cindy, Florence Henderson starred as Carol Brady on The Brady Bunch from 1969 - 1974. She was not only an actress, but a singer as well, and even broke out a few tunes on The Brady Bunch!
Remember Shaggy?! He was more interested in eating than solving mysteries! Shaggy Rogers made his first appearance in the episode entitled "What a Night for a Knight" which was the first episode in the series.
Oliver Wendell Douglas was portrayed by actor Eddie Albert. Did you know that Albert was a Lieutenant in the United States Navy from 1942 - 1945? He fought in the Battle of Tarawa and was awarded a Bronze Star Medal.
Remember the red-haired Miss Kitty Russell? She was portrayed in Gunsmoke by actress Amanda Blake. Blake was active in television and film from 1950 until her death in 1989.
Richard Marlin Perkins was a zoologist and is best remembered as the host of Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom from 1963 to 1985. There is a statue of him that stands in Central Park of his hometown, Carthage, Missouri.
When The Flintstones first aired in 1959, the voice of Barney Rubble was performed by Daws Butler. Beginning in 1960 and beyond, it was Mel Blanc - who is also remembered for his voice as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, Road Runner and MANY more!
Frederick Martin MacMurray played the role of Steven Douglas, the widowed patriarch on My Three Sons. He is best known, however, for his role in the 1944 film Double Indemnity.
You remember Steve McGarrett from Hawaii Five-O, don't you?! He was portrayed by Jack Lord between 1968 and 1980, and then by Alex O'Loughlin in the 2010 series' remake.
Actress Tina Louise portrayed the lovely Ginger Grant on Gilligan's Island. Did you know her breakthrough role came in the 1958 film God's Little Acre? In fact, she received a Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year for her performance.
Guy Williams was born Armando Joseph Catalano on January 14, 1924. He was not only a Lost in Space and Zorro actor, he was also a fashion model!
George Jetson was the husband of Jane and the father of Judy and Elroy. His voice was performed by George O'Hanlon from 1962 - 1989,
David Janssen won the role of Dr. Richard Kimble in the 1960s drama series The Fugitive. The show aired 120 episodes across four seasons - the first three of which were in black and white.
James West was portrayed by actor Robert Conrad. Did you know that Conrad claims to be the 17th actor to audition for the role of James West? He also performed most of his own stunts.
The role of Darrin Stephens was portrayed by two different actors, both named Dick! It was Dick York from 1964 - 1969 and then Dick Sargent from 1969 - 1972!
The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends aired from 1959 - 1964. There were 163 episodes in total, which ran across five seasons. Rocky was voiced by June Foray, and later by Nick Taylor and Seth Green.
McHale's Navy aired in black and white on ABC from October 11, 1962 until April 12, 1966. Each of the 138 episodes was 30 minutes long.
Lorne Hyman Greene was a Canadian actor, radio personality and singer who is best remembered for his role as Ben Cartwright in Bonanza, as well as Commander Adama in Battlestar Galactica! He was active in the television industry from 1939 until 1987.
Patrick Macnee played John Steed on the spy series "The Avengers." His sexy partner was Emma Peel.
Sandy Ricks in the television series Flipper was portrayed by child actor Luke Halpin. Currently at 70 years of age, he has had a long career as an actor, stuntman and marine coordinator!
As we all know, Gomez Addams was the patriarch of The Addams Family. But did you know that his character was created by cartoonist Charles Addams for The New Yorker magazine in the 1930s? It later turned into a television series, as well as film!
Daniel Hale Rowan was featured in the television show Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. It was in this role that he won the 1969 Emmy for Outstanding Variety or Musical Series!
Victoria Barkley, portrayed by Barbara Stanwyck, was the widow of Thomas Barkley. She appeared in the television series The Big Valley, which aired between 1965 and 1969 on ABC.
Did you know that Dick Van Dyke's entertainment career has spanned seven decades? He is currently 92 years old and lives in Malibu, California.
Who could forget Uncle Joe from Petticoat Junction, Green Acres and The Beverly Hillbillies? He was portrayed by actor Edgar Buchanan, who was actually also a dentist.
Get Smart was created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry. In total, there were 138 episodes which spanned five seasons, each of which were 22-25 minutes long!
In 1965, Bob Crane was offered the starring role in a television situation comedy about a German POW camp ... Today we remember it as Hogan's Heroes. It was an instant hit back in the 1960s and finished in the top 10 during its first year on the air.
Steven HIll was born Solomon Krakovsky on February 24, 1922 in Seattle, Washington. He is best remembered for two major roles: first as Dan Briggs in Mission: Impossible, and secondly as Adam Schiff on Law & Order!
F Troop debuted on September 14, 1965 on ABC. Though its first season was broadcast in black and white, season two was in color. The show was created by Seaman Jacobs, Ed James and Jim Barnett.
Robin's character was originally created by Bob Kane, Bill Finger and Jerry Robinson. His purpose was to serve as a junior counterpart to the superhero Batman. DC Comics are the ones to thank for this dynamic duo.