Andy Griffith grew free trees for Boy Scouts on a 50-acre Christmas tree farm In the Seventies, Griffith became a Santa of sorts to kids without Christmas trees.
The Addams Family refused to be compared to The Munsters John Astin: "None of us enjoy being compared with the Munsters."
John-Boy's best friend on The Waltons voiced The Little Drummer Boy Teddy Eccles started acting at 6 months old and appeared all over classic TV.
Celebrate the life of Ed Asner with a star-studded production of ''It's a Wonderful Life'' Sponsored by MeTV, this live virtual event will benefit the Ed Asner Family Center.
Traylor Howard loved raising her son on the set of Monk “He’s been on the set since he was born, and everyone’s so lovely with him.”
R.I.P. Eddie Mekka, Carmine "The Big Ragu" Ragusa from Laverne & Shirley He also appeared in a scene-stealing dance number with Madonna in "A League of Their Own". He was 69 years old.
Chuck Connors turned down $10,000 because he refused to make fun of Westerns "I proved I wasn't money hungry," the Rifleman star said.
Cousin Itt actor Felix Silla almost drowned filming this iconic Eighties movie 20 years after The Addams Family ended, Felix Silla had a stuntman scare filming Temple of Doom.
The first Benji movie was the final screen role for three beloved classic TV stars, including the dog Francis Bavier and Edgar Buchanan would never be seen again. The same goes for Higgins the dog.
R.I.P. Richard Lee-Sung, a M*A*S*H actor who actually served in the Korean War The Texas native was a bartender in Chinatown before becoming a guest star in the 4077th.
Here's a rare glimpse behind the scenes of Rosie’s Bar on M*A*S*H "A Night at Rosie’s Bar" required a full day of shooting and a whole lot of pretzels.
See Clint Eastwood and the Rawhide set like never before in these stunning color behind-the-scenes photos A photographer caught the iconic cowboy actor doing a handstand between takes.
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There was a little bit of jealousy between Andy Griffith and Don Knotts Who do YOU think is funnier?
Chester’s brother in Gunsmoke was smarter than he looked and the actor who played him was a prodigy ‘Quiz Kid’ on the radio Actor Robert Easton was also a master of accents and became one of the most prolific dialect coaches in Hollywood.
10 things you probably forgot about the '80s classic 'A Very Brady Christmas' Everyone returned for this reunion — minus the original Cindy, the original Sam, and Bobby's original hair color.
Earl Hamner Jr.'s TV success came as his house began crumbling around him Part of The Waltons creator's drive to make it in Hollywood was wanting to move out of a broken-down house. "We fought the house every day of our lives."
Pick your favorite Thanksgiving dish & we'll reveal The Andy Griffith Show character you love most Which dish is the star of your Thanksgiving dinner?
Dennis the Menace actor Jay North made his debut as a boy with a Christmas wish in Wanted Dead or Alive A year before he began menacing Mr. Wilson, Jay North hired Josh Randall for a special assignment.
Can you match these Thanksgiving dinners to the right shows? Pull up a chair and see if you can identify these festive spreads!
This is why Susan Olsen skipped the Brady Christmas movie When her TV family was getting back together for the holidays, she was in Jamaica on her honeymoon.
Can you recognize celebrities from 1980s Thanksgiving Parades? Try to I.D. these TV stars and balloons!
Judy Norton didn’t always like the food served in The Waltons, even in the Thanksgiving episode She always acted the part though, and sometimes that meant taking fake bites.
This Thanksgiving, let's toast to Don Knotts' last movie character: a cartoon turkey His comedy in the Sixties inspired the Chicken Little character Mayor Turkey Lurkey. Naturally, Don Knotts voiced the character, too.
These shows had the same number of seasons — but which had more episodes? Only a TV expert can pass this quiz. It’s one of our hardest ever!
Mike Farrell loved motorcycles even more than B.J. Hunnicutt He got in at least two accidents, but kept on riding, taking cross-country trips in America, Australia and Europe.
R.I.P Art LaFleur, actor in baseball classics ‘The Sandlot’ and ‘Field of Dreams’ The Indiana native also appeared in M*A*S*H and Hill Street Blues among many others.
How many Monk characters can you name? Do you remember the name of Monk’s brother?
Can you match these doctors to the right Westerns? More than just physicians — there were villains, snake oil salesmen and a certain gunslinging dentist.
What caused The Waltons creator to spend an entire day giving thanks? Was it his wedding day, the birth of his son, or the day The Waltons premiered?
5 times Bugs Bunny ate something other than a carrot There were a few rare occasions where Bugs munched on something other than his signature snack.
Out of nowhere, James Arness gifted his $2 million ranch to kids The cowboy's own kids loved the ranch. Once they grew up, he donated the land to the neighborhood kids.
Monk once referenced this fan favorite Brady Bunch episode Did you catch the TV detective's nod to Jan Brady's imaginary boyfriend?
Did you notice the same footage of Scotty is reused in these back-to-back Star Trek episodes? Budget cuts led Star Trek to reuse stock Scotty footage in one of the most expensive third season episodes.
Can you tell the difference between the Walton brothers? Do you know your Jim-Bobs from your John-Boys?
Which of these Happy Days actors were actually alive in the 1950s? Which of these young actors were old enough to experience the time portrayed in the show?
Sterling Holloway's distinctive looks led him to voice Winnie the Pooh When a Hollywood exec shrewdly told the actor his face was too repulsive for the pictures, he almost quit before Winnie the Pooh ever got to utter "Oh, bother."