Are these episodes of Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. or zany Sixties comedy films?

Do you know “Cat Overboard” from “The Monkey’s Uncle”?

The Sixties was a sidesplitting decade for comedy fans. Not only were their hilarious sitcoms like Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. on TV, comedians like Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller and Jerry Lewis brought laughs to the silver screen year after year.

Each movie seemed like it was trying to outdo the next as the concepts got more outlandish with each release. Surfer comedies, kooky scientists, spy spoofs, globe-trotting adventures and all kinds of animal antics dominated the box office.

We’ve taken titles of Gomer Pyle episodes and mixed them up with the names of funny flicks from the Sixties. Can you tell the difference?

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  1. The Disorderly Orderly
  2. Freddy’s Friendly Computer
  3. Third Finger, Left Loaf
  4. Boeing Boeing
  5. Love and Goulash
  6. The Monkey’s Uncle
  7. Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number!
  8. Sue the Pants Off 'Em
  9. The April Fools
  10. Cat Overboard

Are these episodes of Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. or zany Sixties comedy films?

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Debbie 1 month ago
Well golly that was easy. I got all 10 😁
Supercat58 1 month ago
No problem. I wish they’d put Gomer on iTunes. The dvds are a hassle
Otis49 2 months ago
9/10 The Monkey's Uncle spoiled it.
DanDolgin 3 months ago
Only 6 / 10 and I watch Gomer Pyle as a favorite but don't know too many of the shows by their individual titles. I also knew a few of the movies by their titles, probably because I saw the films.
Supercat58 4 months ago
Got all 10. Only one or two were semi-guesses.
Coldnorth 4 months ago
What a bummer dude I only got half right. Hanging my head in shame.
gockionni 4 months ago
10/10 but only because I recognized the movie titles, not the episode titles
annabelgoddard 4 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
You did doggone good on this quiz! Great job!
Love Gomer Pyle and all of MeTv
ELEANOR 4 months ago
So who pays attention to the episode titles? I got 8/10 because they alternated Gomer Pyle titles with zany comedy films. The only comedy film that I remember is "Operation Petticoat." Yes, filmed in 1959 but technically qualifies as a '60's film.
bagandwallyfan80 4 months ago
Bring The Real McCoys and
McKeever And The Colonel
To METV.
Allyn Joslyn played Colonel
Harvey Blackwell on this show
And Scott Lane played Cadet
McKeever And Keith Taylor
Played Tubby and he also played
Harry Henderson on Leave It To Beaver and he Replaced Larry Mondello Rusty Stevens.
Jackie Coogan (Uncle Fester on Addams Family)
Played Sergeant Barnes on
McKeever And The Colonel.
Allyn Joslyn played Sam
Hillyard on The Addams Family and he played Colonel Harvey Blackwell
On McKeever And The Colonel. This Sitcom is in
Syndication and was on NBC in 1962 with 26 Episodes.
McKeever And The Colonel
Could be shown once a week on METV.
I would like to see The sitcom called The Smothers Brothers Show on METV where Tom and
Dick Smothers used their
Real Names and Tom was
an Angel and he worked for
Ralph and Dick Smothers
Worked for Mr. Costello(Roland Winters).
I would also like to see:
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
Black Saddle with Russell Johnson a western and
Eddie Cantor Movies
Pee Wee Herman Movies
Joe Penner Movies
Dagwood and Blondie Movies
Bowery Boys Movies
Ernest P Worrell Movies
Laurel And Hardy Shorts
Little Rascals Shorts
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