Can you identify all these shows filmed at Desilu Studios?

Hopefully, you paid attention during the closing credits.

You have to hand it to Lucille Ball. As a comedian, few can compare. Her physical comedy holds up six decades later and never fails to make audiences laugh.

Also, Ball was a boss. As the head of Desilu Studios, she oversaw some of the greatest TV shows of the 1960s. You can thank her for Star Trek even existing.

If you watch a lot of classic television, you'll see the Desilu logo at the end of many shows. We grabbed some of those below. See if you can identify the show!

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  1. Even if you're green and new to this game, this should ring a bell.
  2. Recognize this fellow illustrated in the closing credits?
  3. Check out that incredible hair.
  4. Do the buildings look familiar?
  5. Take a look at the fellow in the corner.
  6. Bing Crosby produced this one.
  7. A running man and a fist… must be an action show.
  8. Schifrin's theme song is really awesome.
  9. If you look close enough, you can see her in this shot.
  10. This show filmed at Desilu in its first season. Botany 500 dressed the star.
  11. The cyborg woman should give you a clue.
  12. This comes from the closing credits of a long-running sitcom.

Can you identify all these shows filmed at Desilu Studios?

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Randall 14 days ago
Everyone thinks of Lucy in terms of her stage career her contribution to the industry is SHE created the concept of the Rerun when She and Dezi set out to do Lucy tv was like radio usually preformed once weekly in front of a live audience then forgotten Lucy came up with the idea to film them then show them again during the off season aka the summer the network laughed at this idea the network brass thought no one would ever watch a rerun of an old show they let Lucy and Dezi film them and keep the film's the network thought Lucy was crazy she laughed all the way to the bank!!!!
BigE 1 month ago
12 out of 12
You really gorged on some Desilu shows!
EllisClevenger 3 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
You really gorged on some Desilu shows!
TexasGreek 4 months ago
Missed #12

You got 11 out of 12
You really gorged on some Desilu shows!
Mukusthebadd1 5 months ago
Bah! I missed Four!
One I've never even heard of...
HopeDuchaine 5 months ago
11/12. I don't remember seeing this on the show.
AdrMky 5 months ago

You got 12 out of 12
You really gorged on some Desilu shows
RickeyMulkey 5 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
You really gorged on some Desilu shows!
Dario 5 months ago
A PERFECT 12!!!!! 👌👌👌👌👌 ✌️✌️✌️✌️✌️ 😎😎😎😎😎
FoggyD 5 months ago
11/12 i guessed on a lot of these
Kevin 5 months ago
I missed "That Girl." For some reason, I thought Danny Thomas had his own studio.
Hardwick1961 5 months ago
Says I got 10 out of 12, but I only missed one and that was #8.
Wiseguy 5 months ago
There is a difference between filmed "by" Desilu and filmed "at" Desilu. Calling all these shows "Desilu" shows is a reach.
moax429 Wiseguy 5 months ago
*Very* true.
MarkSpeck 5 months ago
12/12. I've seen all of those shows except for My Living Doll.
JERRY6 5 months ago
10 of 12 missed cyborg and andy griffith
DavidBarker 5 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
You really gorged on some Desilu shows!
MikefromJersey 5 months ago
Easiest quiz to date, 12 for 12. By the way, Lucy was not a comedian. She was a comedic actor, she could act funny from a script but was never ever funny on her own. Whenever she appeared on talk shows she was dreary, not a hint of wit about her, joyless and incapable of even light banter with Carson, who clearly bent over backwards to try to make her look good.
Desi was the genius behind I Love Lucy, a pioneer in many ways. The 3 camera set up was his idea
as well as filming the series.
Taking a small salary in return for owning the series after the episodes were shown twice, which many people mocked him for at the time, was a stroke of genius that made his and Lucy's empire
viable with all its other series yet to come.
He was also a lech who chased a very young Barbara Eden all over the studio till she had to hide
in Lucy's office. He later degenerated into a drunken sot, when he appeared on The Virginian in the
1960's he was stone drunk, it was so bad the producers should have cut all his scenes out of respect
for a once great TV innovator.
leelee3611 MikefromJersey 3 months ago
I'd be drunk too if I had to live with that evil witch.
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