Well, how did everyone do? Let’s find out:
1. Henry Bemis
The bespectacled character played by Burgess Meredith in the classic Twilight Zone episode “Time Enough at Last.”
2. Frances Lawrence
You may know her better as Gidget, played by Sally Field.
3. Grady Byrd
One of the lawmen who substituted for Rosco P. Coltrane during actor James Best’s brief boycott of The Dukes of Hazzard. Grady was portrayed by TV stalwart Dick Sargent.
4. Cyndi Grecco
Sang the theme song to Laverne & Shirley, “Making Our Dreams Come True.” The song peaked at #25 in 1976.
5. Willie Armitage
The muscle of the IM Force for all 7 seasons of Mission: Impossible, played by Peter Lupus.
6. Sonia Manzano
The actress who has portrayed Maria on Sesame Street for what seems like forever.
7. Wilbur Post
The owner of Mr. Ed (played by Alan Young)
8. Victoria Winters
The quintessential gothic heroine of Dark Shadows, played by Alexandra Moltke.
9. Lance White
Dashing but incompetent detective, played by Tom Selleck on several episodes of The Rockford Files.
10. Jerrica Benton
The civilian identity of cartoon rock star Jem (soon to be a major motion picture)
11. Roswell Rogers
Prolific television writer who penned more than 100 episodes of Father Knows Best.
12. Dorothy Ramsey
You probably know her as Tootie (Kim Fields) on The Facts of Life.
13. Miguelito Loveless
The diminutive but brilliant arch-enemy of James West and Artemus Gordon on The Wild, Wild West. He was played by Michael Dunn.
14. Gertrude Berg
Television pioneer who wrote, produced and starred in The Goldbergs, one of television’s first situation comedies.
15. Roy Hinkley
On Gilligan’s Island, they just called him The Professor. He was played by Russell Johnson.
16. Lonnie Burr
One of the most popular of the original Mouseketeers on The Mickey Mouse Club.
17. Gloria Brancusi
The nurse played by Christopher Norris on Trapper John, MD, who had one of TV’s more memorable nicknames – “Ripples.”
18. Frank Nelson
Comedic character actor who was constantly befuddling Jack Benny on Benny’s weekly variety show. Best known for his exaggerated “Yeeeeeeesssss?”
19. Carol Merrill
The prize presenter behind all those boxes and curtains on the original Let’s Make a Deal.
20. Noodles Romanoff
The enemy of Roger Ramjet on the classic cartoon series.
21. Janet Louise Johnson
The actress who replaced Pamela Sue Martin as Nancy Drew on the last few episodes of The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries.
22. Charles Lane
Veteran character actor who specialized in crotchety old men, most notably as Homer Bedloe on Petticoat Junction.
23. Vicki Lawson
The name of the little girl robot on Small Wonder.
24. Don Fedderson
The creator of such television classics as Family Affair and My Three Sons.
25. Arnold Ziffel
The pig on Green Acres.
26. Tara King
She took over as John Steed’s new partner on The Avengers, after the departure of Emma Peel (Diana Rigg). She was played by Linda Thorson.
27. Earl J. Waggedorn
Precocious kid who befriended Julia’s son Corey on the groundbreaking Diahann Carroll series. Played by Michael Link, he was always referred to by his full name, even by his mother.
28. Fran Allison
She was the Fran in Kukla, Fran and Ollie.
29. Cliff Murdock
Played by Tom Poston and better known as “The Peeper,” he was an old friend of Bob Hartley on The Bob Newhart Show.
30. Vic Mizzy
He wrote the memorable theme songs to The Addams Family and Green Acres, among others.
31. Whitney Blake
Several answers were acceptable here- she was the costar of the sitcom Hazel, she co-created the series One Day at a Time, and she was the mother of TV star Meredith Baxter.
32. Harvey Klinger
The insect-loving first crush of Marcia Brady on The Brady Bunch.
33. Edith Keeler
The woman who stole Captain Kirk’s heart in the classic Star Trek episode “City on the Edge of Forever.” She was played by Joan Colllins.
34. Norville Rogers
AKA Shaggy on Scooby-Doo, Where are You?
35. Noel Neill
Played Lois Lane on The Adventures of Superman, starring George Reeves.
36. Byron Glick
Over-eager hotel house detective played by Don Adams on The Bill Dana Show. The character was the inspiration for Adams’ creation of Maxwell Smart on Get Smart.
37. Pandora Spocks
This was how Elizabeth Montgomery was billed in the closing credits of Bewitched when she played Samantha’s cousin, Serena.
38. Mike Fink
Rival of The King of the Wild Frontier, Davy Crockett, on the classic Walt Disney series starring Fess Parker.
39. Sarah Purcell
Cohost of Real People, one of the first forays into reality television (1979-1984)
40. Sol Saks
The creator of Bewitched.
41. Andrea Thomas
High school science teacher, played by JoAnna Cameron, whose mystic amulet transformed her into the mighty Isis.
42. Dick Tufeld
He performed the voice for the robot on Lost in Space.
43. Agnes Nixon
The soap opera pioneer who created both All My Children and One Life to Live.
44. Roosevelt Franklin
One of the original Sesame Street muppets, and an early victim of political correctness (after he was deemed “too ethnic”).
45. Alexandra Cabot
Skunk-haired nemesis of Josie James and her band on Josie and the Pussycats.
46. Bruno Martelli
The brilliant pianist played by Lee Curreri on Fame.
47. Bess Myerson
A one-time Miss America and a staple of 1950s panel games shows, most notably I’ve Got a Secret.
48. John Drake
The spy played by Patrick McGoohan on Danger Man. Some fans believe he continued to play Drake on his next series, The Prisoner.
49. April Dancer
She was The Girl from U.N.C.L.E., played by Stefanie Powers, later of Hart to Hart fame.
50. Lucas McCain
The name of Chuck Connors’ fast-shooting character on The Rifleman.