The fancy French waiter from The Andy Griffith Show also served Gomer, Laverne and more Roger Til played a maître d' on shows from the Sixties through Nineties!
A new Buck Rogers movie is in development The 25th century hero is getting a 21st century reboot.
All three Maverick men appeared together in just one episode of the classic Western Roger Moore guest starred on the show before he became cousin Beau.
Happy Days was the only time Cathy Silvers got to work with her legendary dad Phil Silvers Sgt. Bilko and Jenny Piccolo were related! Her twin sister appeared on Happy Days, too!
The scariest episodes of 20 classic TV shows that horror fans should see Everyone dabbles in horror — even Beaver, the Bradys and the Waltons.
R.I.P. Conchata Ferrell of 'L.A. Law' and 'Two and a Half Men' and much more The three-time Emmy nominee was 77.
The same deer appeared on The Rifleman multiple times The eight-point buck always seemed to get away!
Match these TV theme songs lyrics to the correct character! Who are they singing about here?
Both Lucas McCain and Marshal Matt Dillon went temporarily blind for one episode The common trope shows up in everything from M*A*S*H to Mannix.
8 surprising things you never knew about Fruity Pebbles cereal This Flintstones breakfast staple has changed its flavors over the years — and nearly had a different name.
6 little differences you never noticed in the Perry Mason pilot episode "The Moth-Eaten Mink" was filmed months before the other episodes — and it shows.
Are these the names of variety shows or sitcoms? Both put their star's name in the title.
Which of these shows have aged the best? Pick which shows still hold up in this fan quiz!
R.I.P. Tom Kennedy, hard-working game show host of the 1970s and '80s He hosted Password, Name That Tune and The Price Is Right.
Ma and Pa Walton quietly fell in love behind the scenes of the show "We had a deep love."
Adam West once explained why he didn’t become a TV western star Here's why he never became the next Maverick or Marshall Matt Dillon.
You heard that right, Goober had a different name in one 'Andy' episode Who the heck is Beasley?
Pick: What other genre best fits these classic Westerns? Were these Old West shows more comedy, drama or action?
Which Flintstones look is your favorite? Pick your favorite stone age styles for each character.
Can you find the ONE actor who did not play Superman? It takes the mind of Lex Luthor to pick him in one guess.
Who is the little old lady with the hat sitting in dozens of Perry Mason trials? Here is a deep mystery that even Paul Drake can't solve.
Was this show on TV in 1980? If you can get a dozen correct, you're basically a genius.
A woman who seduced Lucas on The Rifleman was married to the show's producer in real life Enid Jaynes shared a kiss with Chuck Connors – while they were both in character, of course!
Can you sing all the lyrics to the Happy Days theme song? Try not to bomb this "pop" quiz!
5 fun facts about Ted McGinley, the so-called ''sitcom killer'' He took Brooke Shields to her prom!
Can you find the one Don Knotts image that is NOT Barney Fife? Where is Knotts not playing Fife?
R.I.P. Johnny Nash, the '70s pop star who sang a classic '60s cartoon theme song Did you grow up watching 'The Mighty Hercules'?
Can you tell the difference between Maverick episodes and Humphrey Bogart movies? Are these titles TV western adventures or film noir classics?
Keep your eyes peeled for young Clint Eastwood in a tiny role on Svengoolie In fact, all you can see are his eyes.
Here are the favorite episodes of six Western stars See what Michael Landon, James Arness and more selected as their favorite pieces of work.
Who said it: Perry Mason or Sgt. Joe Friday? They were the law and order of '50s/'60s Los Angeles.
Can you match these Disney characters to the TV stars who voiced them? Actors from Green Acres, M*A*S*H and Gunsmoke were in these Disney classics.
A fake movie in Green Acres mashed together clips from classic Boris Karloff horror flicks “Frankenstein Meets Mary Poppins” used footage from many early scary movies.
WKRP in Cincinnati was the first TV show to feature the music of Van Halen The sitcom helped introduce the music of Eddie Van Halen to American ears.
An entire Cannon episode centered around an obscure T. Rex song More proof that Cannon was cooler than your average crime show.
Can you recognize classic TV stars in horror movies? See if you can recognize your favorite actors playing against type!