Can you match these classic TV stars to their final roles?

They were in dramas, sitcoms and blockbuster movies!

You know these TV stars of years past for their great performances on hit shows. But did you follow their careers in the years afterword?

Try to match these classic television actors to their final roles onscreen. See if you can correctly guess all twelve!

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  1. Which Gunsmoke star's final acting role was in the 1994 TV movie 'Gunsmoke: One Man's Justice'?
  2. One of this actor's final roles was a memorable turn voicing Mayor Turkey Lurkey in the 2005 animated movie 'Chicken Little'.
  3. Whose final role was in 'Bonanza,' after tragically dying while it was still on the air?
  4. This legendary voice actor performed their last character in 1990's 'Jetsons: The Movie'.
  5. Whose final screen performance came on 'Life with Lucy' in 1986?
  6. Whose last performance was on the short-lived 1991 revival of 'The Carol Burnett Show'?
  7. Which pair of actors both coincidentally made their final appearances on television in different episodes of 'Diagnosis Murder' in 1997?
  8. Whose finale acting role was in the 2009 rom-com 'Play the Game'?
  9. Who played a grandfather in Steven Spielberg's 'War of the Worlds' as their last role?
  10. This 'Dick Van Dyke Show' actress performed on TV for the final time in the Betty White sitcom 'Hot in Cleveland'.
  11. Whose last role was in the 1974 dog movie 'Benji'?
  12. Who had a memorable final role in the 2017 comedy 'Bad Grandmas'?

Can you match these classic TV stars to their final roles?

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frances3agape 1 month ago
Oh, Lordy - a new LOW !
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10 of 12 were GUESSES
Very, very TOUGH quiz
Whoever got over 50 pct is Luck or a Genius !
Lacey 3 months ago
I started off strong then hit a wall. 7/12
CarolKelley 3 months ago
I knew that Barbara Pepper had died during Green Acres run and Irene Ryan died of brain cancer (glioblastoma) in 1973 so that left Frances Bavier for question 11. Irene collapsed on stage while appearing in Pippin. They thought she'd had a stroke at first, but was then diagnosed with glioblastoma. She was nominated for a Tony for Best Supporting/Featured Actress in a musical for her work in Pippin
DJS3 3 months ago
8/12
I didn't know a few of them passed, so I had to guess.

Although not his last role, you should check out Don Knotts in Pleasantville (1998), he was outstanding in it.
frances3agape DJS3 1 month ago
That is a FABULOUS movie !
I try to watch whenever it comes on. The first movie I saw Tobey McGuire in
Wiseguy 3 months ago
#9 should have used the word "his" instead of "their." All the choices are single and all were men.
MarkSpeck 3 months ago
9 out of 12. Missed the first question, as it could've applied to any of them (they all either died or retired around that time), the Hot in Cleveland question (never really followed that show, and I should, considering it's set in my hometown) and the Benji question.
KellyShort 3 months ago
You got 7 out of 12
better than 50%
stealth71 3 months ago
10 out of 12. A LOT better than I thought!
MrBill 3 months ago
5/12; had to guess on most and did poorly.
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