Can you identify these classic crooners and pop singers on TV shows?

Try to name all of these early idols!

They don't make 'em like they used to. Well, at least they don't sing 'em like they used to.

In the 1940s and '50s, crooners dominated the radio airwaves and record players. With their booming, buttery voices, they earned nicknames like "The Velvet Fog," "Ol' Blue Eyes" and "The King of Cool."

But we're looking for their real names. Below, we've gathered some appearances of classic pop singers on TV shows. Yes, they could sing and act. Try to I.D. them all!
  1. This iconic singer acted in just one television series — but it happened to be her own hit sitcom.
  2. The legendary crooner made an unlikely appearance on 'Magnum, P.I.'
    Image: NBCUniversal Television
  3. Viewers went gaga for this handsome crooner when he appeared on 'Make Room for Daddy' in 1959.
    Image: NBCUniversal Television
  4. This singer made appearances on both 'The Lucy Show' and 'Night Court.'
  5. He was known for holiday tunes but could do humor, too, as proven on 'The Carol Burnett Show.'
  6. This jazz legend also appeared on 'The Carol Burnett Show.'
  7. This crooner popped up on an episode of 'The Fall Guy.'
    Image: 20th Century Fox Television
  8. This singer frequently appeared on 'The Ed Sullivan Show' and played a lead character on 'Daniel Boone.'
  9. He was one of the first crooners and true pop stars of the 20th century — and later became the Batman villain Lord Marmaduke Ffogg.
  10. This crooner made a splash on 'Night Gallery.'
  11. These two former 1950s idols made an appearance on 'The Facts of Life.'

Can you identify these classic crooners and pop singers on TV shows?

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augustavo 3 months ago
Missed #10. I get Bobby Vinton and Bobby Darin mixed up.
Lacey 4 months ago
9/11 Did not know Ed Ames was a crooner.
NostalgiaFan Lacey 4 months ago
His voice is incredible. Check him out on YouTube. You have likely heard him and didn't know it was him.
Pegs Lacey 3 months ago
Ed Ames was one of The Ames Brothers vocal group. I remember only one hit by Ed, from about 1968: My Cup Runneth Over. :-)
JeffTanner 4 months ago
''You got 11 out of 11'' -------------You belted that one out! Time to do a little song and dance.
daDoctah 4 months ago
#4 may not have been Vic Damone, but Vic did appear on the Dick Van Dyke Show as singer "Rick Vallone".
MrBill 4 months ago
9/11; I also missed the last two.
Edward 4 months ago
Bennett is a degenerate. Coke addiction in his prime.
Doom Edward 4 months ago
A "degenerate"? That seems a bit harsh. Not everybody handles depression the same (or in a safe) way, Mr. Judgy. I wonder what skeletons you're hiding?
TomTerrrific 4 months ago
11/11, almost missed the last one. I thought the guy on the right looked a little bit like Frankie. But the other looked nothing like Ricky. Process of elimination.
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