Can you find the ONE Saturday morning TV show from the 1970s that was live-action?

How many guesses did you need?

Oh, how we'd love to go back to the 1970s, if at least for Saturday mornings. Sitting on cozy shag carpeting or swallowed up in a bean bag, watching television with a huge bowl of Fruit Brute.

There were dozens of quirky, quality cartoons. In what other decade could you find a show called The Skatebirds? Of course, there were loads of strange live-action series for kids, too, filled with talking hats, sea monsters and superheroes. 

Think you can remember what was animated and what was live-action? Try to sniff out the ONE show below that was NOT a cartoon. How many guesses did it take you?
  1. Find the ONE television series from Saturday mornings that was NOT a cartoon!
Can you find the ONE Saturday morning TV show from the 1970s that was live-action?

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SheriHeffner 3 months ago
I knew the answer because I had a mad crush on Ric Carrot
EllisClevenger 3 months ago
You picked the correct show!
Like Jason of Star Command and Ark II, Space Academy was a live-action science-fiction show! The 1977 series also happened to feature Jonathan Harris from Lost in Space!
Kenson 3 months ago
First shot. Process of elimination and then a lucky guess. More of a 60s cartoon guy.
MrsP58 3 months ago
I did NOT pick Fred and Barney. They weren't even on the list. I picked Emergency + 4.
leebillyold 3 months ago
Not like these answering questions to pick one answer out of 30. πŸ˜‘ πŸ‘¨ πŸ‘§
MrsPhilHarris 3 months ago
I picked Emergency +4 and it said I picked Fred & Barney Meet The Thing.
Bret 3 months ago

You picked the correct show!
Like Jason of Star Command and Ark II, Space Academy was a live-action science-fiction show! The 1977 series also happened to feature Jonathan Harris from Lost in Space!
ETristanBooth Bret 3 months ago
I got it right as well, even though I've never seen it, because I happened to know that Pamelyn Ferdin was in it.
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