Can you complete the names of 1960s TV characters?

Floyd the Barber has a last name, you know.

Andy Griffith. Raymond Burr. Tina Louise. Clint Eastwood. In the 1960s, turning on the television meant inviting genuine stars into your living room. If you were tuned in then or became a true fan since, you know all the era's biggest stars, plus all the memorable supporting characters, too.

Below, you'll find a dozen TV characters from the '60s with a clue to who they are and options to complete their names. Only Sixties superfans can score 10/12. Good luck!
  1. In the Gilligan's Island theme song, she was known as The Movie Star. Choose the last name to complete the '60s character: Ginger ________________
  2. Clint Eastwood played this cattle driver in the early TV Western Rawhide. Choose the first name to complete the '60s character: ________________ Yates
  3. On I Love Lucy, Vivian Vance played Ethel Mertz, but on The Lucy Show, her new character took a different name. Choose the last name to complete the '60s character: Vivian ________________
  4. On Lost in Space, Dr. Smith was a villain turned friend. Choose the first name to complete the '60s character: ________________ Smith
  5. On The Andy Griffith Show, we knew him as Floyd the Barber. Choose the last name to complete the '60s character: Floyd ________________
  6. On I Dream of Jeannie, he was a NASA psychiatrist. Choose the first name to complete the '60s character: ________________ Bellows
  7. On The Beverly Hillbillies, he was the wealthy banker. Choose the first name to complete the '60s character: ________________ Drysdale
  8. On Bonanza, he was the sheriff of Virginia City. Choose the first name to complete the '60s character: ________________ Coffee
  9. On Hogan's Heroes, he was the German Colonel of Stalag 13. Choose the first name to complete the '60s character: ________________ Klink
  10. He was Gomer's best pal on Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. Choose the last name to complete the '60s character: Duke ________________
  11. On My Favorite Martian, she was the quirky landlady. Choose the first name to complete the '60s character: ________________ Brown
  12. On Perry Mason, he was the lieutenant pretty much always two steps behind Perry. Choose the first name to complete the '60s character: ________________ Tragg

Can you complete the names of 1960s TV characters?

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WILD 1 month ago
You got 12 out of 12
You're a true Sixties TV superfan.

I got better.
DerekBird 16 months ago
You got 10 out of 12
You're a true Sixties TV superfan. Missed the last two.
ndebrabant 27 months ago

You got 12 out of 12
You're a true Sixties TV superfan.
WILD 30 months ago
You got 10 out of 12
You're a true Sixties TV superfan. I haven't seen Favorite Martian in more than 40 years, so I didn't even remember there even being s landlady on it.
ndebrabant 30 months ago

You got 12 out of 12
You're a true Sixties TV superfan.
LeeHarper 30 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
You're a true Sixties TV superfan.
Terrence 36 months ago
I guessed a couple and got lucky..............................12/12
EllisClevenger 36 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
You're a true Sixties TV superfan.
Why is it, I can remember all these names, but can sometimes forget my own?
djw1120 36 months ago
11 out of 12.
Pretty good.
The only one I got wrong was the first one and that is only because I don't watch "Stupid-gans Island"
Never did and never will.
Deepizzaguy 36 months ago
Seven out of 12 on this quiz.
remodel18 Deepizzaguy 30 months ago
I got 7 also.
Lacey 36 months ago
Wow, 11/12. I did a lot better than I thought I would.
I just could not keep up with all of Vivian's names.
Thank heavens they did not include Gilligan & the Skipper.
I knew those once, but not anymore.
RobCertSDSCascap Lacey 36 months ago
Willy Gilligan and Jonas Grumby.
EllisClevenger Lacey 36 months ago
The Professor's name, which was only used in the pilot, was Roy Hinkley.
MrBill 36 months ago
12/12; had to guess on a few but still managed to get them all correct and thus I am a true Sixties TV Superfan.
thedude1500 36 months ago
9/12 Should have gotten Tragg. My other misses were guesses on names I didn't know. I couldn't think of Floyd the Barber's name because I never heard him called anything but Floyd the Barber (even when he was on Hee-Haw).
I only got it because he says it in a METV promo.
djw1120 RobCertSDSCascap 36 months ago
I thought is was on the window of the barber shop.
EllisClevenger djw1120 36 months ago
It was. Lawson's Barber Shop.
RobCertSDSCascap djw1120 36 months ago
Never watched the show.
Weezy1c 36 months ago
I got 11 out of 12. I knew that Mr. Drysdale's name was Milburn, but I punched Melvin. Why? I don't know.
RobCertSDSCascap Weezy1c 36 months ago
I bet some of us know/knew a Melvin who could use a good punching.
ETristanBooth 36 months ago
11/12. Got #9 wrong. Guessed right on #8 and #12.
Mark 36 months ago
11 out of 12. Got Floyd's last name wrong.
DIGGER1 36 months ago
11/12. I got all but #12 right.
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