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- On "Amos 'N' Andy" the activites centered around George Stevens, a conniving character who was always looking for a way to make a fast buck. What organization was he a part of and what position did he hold in that organization?
He was head Mystic Knights of the Sea Lodge, where he held the position of "Kingfish."
- "The Phil Silvers Show" (originally titled "You'll Never Get Rich") introduced a lovable rogue, who was he?
Master Sergeant Ernest Bilko
- What was the name of the person who "won" $129,000 on the show "Twenty One, " when later it was found out that he had been given the answers in advance, and was coached to pause and hesitate for dramatic effect?
Charles Van Doren.
- What is the longest-running sitcom in US history (14 years)?
"The Adventures of Ozzie And Harriet."
- On "I Love Lucy" when did Lucy give birth to Ricky, Jr.?
- "The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show" finished each week with George telling his on and off-screen wife what?
"Say goodnight to the folks, Gracie."
- What actor was the star in "Mr. Peepers?"
- What actress was the star in "I Married Joan?"
- What actress was the star in "Our Miss Brooks?"
- What actor was the star in "Make Room For Daddy?"
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Last Updated May 6, 2012
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