Can you name all these TV shows featuring Bob Denver?

Denver is everywhere, at least on television.

It's always a good time to pay a visit to Denver. The city, sure. But we're talking about Bob Denver here.

Fortunately, it's easy to spend time with one of the all-time great funnymen of television. He popped up on a bunch of shows! Of course, you know him as Gilligan, but he played several other characters outside of the bucket hat.

Let's see if you can place him on shows in the '50s, '60s, '70s and '80s! Good luck! 
  1. Is this the TV show 'Gilligan's Island'?
  2. Here is Bob vamping it up. Which show is he on?
  3. You should probably wear a cleaner shirt when talking to girls. Which show is this?
  4. Here is Bob Denver learning to disco dance. Raymond Burr is somewhere nearby. Which should could that be?
  5. Bob's character is fixin' to get married on which show?
  6. Here is Bob guest starring on…?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  7. In the '70s, Denver starred in a Sid and Marty Krofft Saturday morning show called…?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  8. In 1968, Denver starred in this sitcom as a taxi driver. What was it called?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  9. In 1973, Denver reunited with Gilligan creator Sherwood Schwartz for a comedy Western called…?
  10. Denver appeared on this series four times. The first time, he dressed up as a superhero called Eagle Man.
  11. Denver joined Stockard Channing and George Lindsey for a segment of this anthology series.

Can you name all these TV shows featuring Bob Denver?

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JDnHuntsvilleAL 5 months ago
How about the movie starring Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello (and Lori Loughlin) where he plays a bartender along with Alan Hale.
Joseph 11 months ago
11/11. His regular prime-time series were The Many Loves Of Dobie Gillis, Gilligan's Island, The Good Guys, and Dusty's Trail, the latter being an old west version of GI.
LindaWilliams 11 months ago
You got 10 out of 11

Well, look at you! Nice work!
daDoctah 11 months ago
Shame he was so busy with Dobie Gillis during the entire run of 77 Sunset Strip that he couldn't have made an appearance on that treasure trove of guest appearances. Every castaway but Denver and Tina Louise guested there at least once, and Dawn Wells appeared four times, as well as twice each on its "sister" shows Surfside 6 and Hawaiian Eye.

Heck, even the unseen "eighth castaway" Charles Maxwell was able to make it to a Bailey and Spencer case.
dmarkwind 11 months ago
10/11. Never heard of "The Good Guys."
MaryMitch dmarkwind 11 months ago
I don't remember much of it, but I might be remembering the theme song:
"We're the good guys, who never let a friend down
Friends forever, ask anyone in this town..."
I don't remember the rest of it.
Kevin 11 months ago
" Dusty's Trail" was fun.
PhilMelcher 11 months ago
10/11. I missed #9 but I'm surprised I knew more about his shows than I thought I did:)
UTZAAKE 11 months ago
11/11.
8. Trickiest question. Only clue given was big Herb Edelman as series regular. HINT: Sitcom has same name as a FOX action comedy from this millennium that starred Bradley Whitford and Colin Hanks.
MrsPhilHarris UTZAAKE 11 months ago
Actually I can remember watching The Good Guys.
Stephen 11 months ago
You got 10 out of 11
Well, look at you! Nice work!

Missed #11
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