Which three shows did these actors appear in?

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Some of our favorite classic actors are known for a specific show, and others are known for being in almost every classic series! Actors like Eddie Albert, Buddy Ebsen, Carroll O'Connor and Bea Benaderet can be seen portraying a few of our favorite characters as well as appearing as someone new on another show.

We're giving you ten actors with impressive classic resumes, and we want to know if you can guess which three shows they were on. Good luck!

Note: Each option will include a show the actors were on, but you have to pick the choice where the actor was in all THREE shows to get the correct answer. Some choices will even include shows the actors starred in.

  1. Which three shows did Bea Benaderet make an appearance on?
  2. Which three shows did Don Knotts make an appearance on?
  3. Which three shows did Raymond Burr make an appearance on?
  4. Which three shows did Barbara Billingsley make an appearance on?
  5. What three shows did Carroll O'Connor make an appearance on?
  6. What three shows did Eve Plumb make an appearance on?
  7. What three shows did Buddy Ebsen make an appearance on?
  8. What three shows did Florence Henderson make an appearance on?
  9. What three shows did Carol Burnett make an appearance on?
  10. What three shows did Ross Martin make an appearance on?

Which three shows did these actors appear in?

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Gunsmoked 4 months ago
7/10 Got stumped on the Bea Benaderet question she was on The Beverly Hillbillies as
Cousin Pearl Jeds Cousin and mother of the Twins Jethro and Jethrine .
MikefromJersey 8 months ago
"Here's the moment of truth. You got 8 out of 10 Wow, you really cooked up a good score!"

I missed #3 because I forgot that Raymond Burr could have appeared on the Dragnet
from the 1950's. By the way, how come MeTV doesn't run the 1950's version?
I understand they are excellent, and have been little seen, as opposed to the 1960's
ones we have all seen so many times we don't even bother to watch them anymore.
GoodMorningMrMilner 8 months ago
5/10 with a lot of guessing. Oh well!
Cougar90 9 months ago
8 out of 10. I did a lot of guessing.
graceful1970 9 months ago
Here's the moment of truth. You got 8 out of 10
Wow, you really cooked up a good score!
MeFanFromSavan 9 months ago
9/10, missed Buddy Ebsen question.
bsantaniello 9 months ago
7/10 had to think hard about these. 🤔
daDoctah 9 months ago
You could have a field day with Bill Bixby or Michael Landon on a quiz like this.

I seem to recall from the Book of Lists that the largest number of "featured" TV characters played by a single actor on different series was Robert Urich,
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cperrynaples daDoctah 9 months ago
I remember Hamill but not the others! Actually i think Shipp is future Flash, he can travel in time now! Desert is now the voice of Carl on The Simpsons! Dick Miller was in too many films to count but I remember him eating flowers in original LSOH! Not sure if he did the musical! Belzer should have been Munch on Flash 2.0!
daDoctah cperrynaples 9 months ago
I've had a crush on Corinne Bohrer ever since she was on "E/R" with George Clooney (not to be confused with "ER" also with George Clooney), then a show called "Free Spirit" where she was a witch hired to be a nanny to a widower's three kids (including a 13-year-old Alyson Hannigan who later became a witch herself), and in the movies "Police Academy 4" and "Revenge of the Nerds 4" (but not any earlier entries in either film series).
Moverfan cperrynaples 8 months ago
Richard Belzer--he played Detective John Munch on TEN different shows, starting with Homicide: Life On The Street.
Moverfan daDoctah 8 months ago
She was also on Jim Garner's show Man Of The People...think Bret Maverick as a city councilman (well, more Bret than Jim Rockford, anyway).
Wendy57 9 months ago
Sorta tricky, so my score is a little icky !
Ready2go 9 months ago
7/10. First question tricked me.
frenchman71 9 months ago
7/10. When I started out, getting 3 outta the first 4 wrong I wasn't gonna post anything. Then I settled down and let my Vulcan logic take over. So I kinda redeemed myself.
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