Can you name the celebrities on the cover of TV Guide in 1969?

Recognize these famous faces?

The Sixties were coming to a close. It was a time of change. Culture was changing — and so were TV channels. Because there were so many great shows! It was hard to choose. But TV Guide magazine was there to help you decide.

Here are some covers from the weekly that hit newsstands that year. Put your pop culture skills to the test and try I.D. them!
  1. Recognize these cowboys?
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
  2. You could find her on which show?
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
  3. Which cast is assembled here on the train tracks?
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
  4. The sci-fi stars of this show are trapped in a beaker.
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
  5. Can you crack the case of who's in this cast?
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
  6. That is Jodie Foster's big brother, Buddy. He starred on which sitcom?
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
  7. Recognize this cast? Don't blow it!
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
  8. Of course, the biggest show of the year was filmed on the moon. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin reached the moon on which Apollo mission?
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
  9. This TV legend was best known for which classic series?
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
  10. Who is the woman at the 'Today' desk?
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
  11. Who is this funny face?
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
  12. This crooner hosted a variety show from 1962–71.
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
  13. He hosted a show on national television from 1955 to 1982.
    Image: TV Guide Cover Archive
Can you name the celebrities on the cover of TV Guide in 1969?

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EllisClevenger 3 months ago
You got 11 out of 13
What a sharp mind! Nothing gets by you. You're a regular Perry Mason of TV trivia.
leebilly 3 months ago
That #13 photo is Soupy Sales. since the correct answer is Lawrence Welk, have the face loojks like him
CruiseGirl4Life 4 months ago
13/13 and there was nothing better than that copy of TV Guide, its caricatures and those great crossword puzzles!
MrBill 4 months ago
12/13; missed Apollo 11. I was never big on the Space stuff.
Lacey 4 months ago
12/13 Thought that guy was Soupy Sales.
VenturaCapitalist 4 months ago
13/13
Hugh Downs, Joe Garagiola and Frank Blair.
Terrence 4 months ago
You have to look very carefully at the pictures.............................13/13
booster 4 months ago
#13 looked more like Soupy Sales then Lawrence Welk.
MaryHelen booster 4 months ago
yes but soupy sales did not have a show for 27 years-- got to read the clues too
Siglund 4 months ago
Missed the "W"s: Walters and Welk. Caricatures are poor.
Jon 4 months ago
13/13. It helps that I have a collection w/ all these issues in it. :)

BTW, that was lawrence Welk's last of many TVG cover appearances.
Bobbo 4 months ago
12/13! Missed #13. I stared at that pic forever and really thought it was Soupy!
Pacificsun Bobbo 4 months ago
Me too, but how many people even remember Soupy Sales? He's never discussed on MeTV!!
garykevinware Bobbo 4 months ago
It looked more like Soupy Sales but only Lawrence Welk was on TV from 1955-1982.
Siglund Bobbo 4 months ago
I as well!
booster Bobbo 4 months ago
I thought it was Soupy. I checked it before I read the years 1955-1982.
booster Pacificsun 4 months ago
I remember Soupy Sales quite well. The only one to hit Frank Sinatra in the face with a pie, and get away with it.
Lacey Bobbo 4 months ago
We all seemed to have that problem.
SheriHeffner 4 months ago
13 out of 13. I know my sixties actors.
Lon 4 months ago
You got 13 out of 13
What a sharp mind! Nothing gets by you. You're a regular Perry Mason of TV trivia.
Never knew that was Jodie Foster's brother but, now I see the resemblance.
Paul 4 months ago
13 for 13. Jack Davis did three covers, 'Petticoat Junction', 'Mission: Impossible' and 'Today' and that just from this list. That guy was prolific beyond his work in "Mad Magazine"!
Corey 4 months ago
I would have got them all if I didn't misclick Gunsmoke.
leebilly 4 months ago
Need new quizzes, please, New quizzes, MeTV does not reply to.messages at all , not good PR 😖😖
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