1970s American TV Trivia

Answer these questions about the TV of the 1970s.
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Last updated: January 13, 2020
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First submittedFebruary 7, 2015
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Who could fix a juke box by hitting it?
The Fonz
What breed of dog was Scooby Doo?
Great Dane
How much did it cost to build the bionic man Steve Austin?
Six Million Dollars
What family moved on up, to the East Side?
The Jeffersons
What superhero was portrayed by Lynda Carter?
Wonder Woman
What catchphrase often ended episodes of "Hawaii Five-O"?
Book 'em, Danno!
What TV show was about the Korean War?
What alien was portrayed by Robin Williams?
What show starred John Ritter and Suzanne Somers?
Three's Company
What show ended with a few minutes from Andy Rooney?
60 Minutes
What show's theme song started "schlemeel, schlemazel, hasenfeffer incorporated"?
Laverne & Shirley
What family of aliens had extremely pointy heads?
The Coneheads
What was the name of the housekeeper on "The Brady Bunch"?
Which "Charlie's Angels" star was famous for her hair?
Farrah Fawcett
What cigar-smoking detective would ensnare his targets by asking "just one more thing"?
What was name of the father in "All in the Family"?
Archie Bunker
What musical family toured on a school bus?
The Partridge Family
What musical husband and wife hosted a comedy hour?
Sonny & Cher
In what city would you find radio station WKRP?
What type of business was Sanford and Son?
Junk Dealer
Level 67
Jun 10, 2015
It seems like the quizzes have gotten much easier in the last two weeks or so.
Level 56
Jun 10, 2015
I'm thinking that my funniest typo ever was when I wrote "Sonny and Chet." Then I was just thinking of Sonny Bono singing "I've Got You" with that blob monster from Weird Science.
Level 75
May 16, 2020
When I saw you typed Chet my first thought was of Chet Huntley, NBC news co-anchor of the Huntley-Brinkley six o'clock news. I would have loved to see his solemn face as straight man for Sonny. "Good night Chet. Good night Sonny." Actually, it's even more interesting after I remembered that Brinkley did the Washington part of the report and Sonny wound up a congressman working there. NBC could have just let Sonny do the report from DC then added in a little song and dance and comedy routines to end the show. I'll bet they would have beaten Walter Cronkite in the ratings with those. :)
Level 58
Jun 10, 2015
100%. Great quiz!
Level 50
Jun 10, 2015
Laverne and Shirley has to be one of the worst programmes ever made.
Level 59
Jun 10, 2015
Worse than "Benny Hill"?
Level 85
Jun 11, 2015
I tried looking it up, but what is the difference between a junk dealer and a scrapyard?
Level 73
Feb 16, 2016
any chance "scrap yard" could be accepted for sanford and sons?
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Jan 13, 2020
Level 58
Mar 3, 2020
Tried Cher and Sonny and couldn't think of any thing else. Glad I reversed them on another try!
Level 63
Apr 25, 2020
The Captain and Tenniille were another musical married couple who had their own variety show, from 1976-77. Johnny Cash and June Carter had two variety shows in the 70s too. Great quiz!
Level 75
May 16, 2020
Good point. I'd forgotten about those.
Level 83
May 18, 2020
It's amazing how much this stuff permeates pop culture for years. I've seen a few of these in re-runs, but am too young for most of them and was still able to get 100%.
Level 68
Jun 6, 2020
How did I only get 3 on this but 8 on the previous decade