Match these mailmen to the correct TV show!

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Mail call! Today's delivery is a dozen pictures. Each features a (hopefully) familiar postal employee from classic television.

See if you can match these mailmen to the correct series!

  1. Newman!
    Image: Columbia Pictures Television
  2. Looks like Maggie O'Keefe has a new mentor.
  3. It's "Mail Call" on this military comedy.
  4. Don't misinterpret this hug.
  5. Sam Drucker also happened to be the postman on which sitcom?
  6. The friendly Mr. McFeely could be found delivering mail on which kids' show?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  7. Speaking of children's television, Reba the Mail Lady delivered letters to Puppetland on which series?
    Image: CBS Television Distribution
  8. Doodles Weaver played postal employee George Bricker on this show.
  9. This postman is delivering vinyl in the "Record Club" episode of which sitcom?
  10. Herman Post had an appropriate name on this cartoon.
    Image: CBS / United Media Productions
  11. Mr. Beasley was a recurring character in this franchise, based on a comic strip.
    Image: King Features Television
  12. Mr. Dorfman delivered mail to the boys on which sitcom?
    Image: Sony Pictures Television

Match these mailmen to the correct TV show!

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JewelsChuck 22 days ago
11/12 - I got a cartoon one wrong! 😏
scp 29 days ago
11 out of 12. No clue on that last one.
Muleskinner 30 days ago
10/12
JewelsChuck Muleskinner 22 days ago
He was the mailman on two show’s the other was Hazel and pictured is Denis the Menace where Denis and his friends build him a resting station. 😁
MikeFranklin 30 days ago
12/12. The last one was a guess. IMO this could have been anyone of these shows.
KirwoodDerby 1 month ago
How can you forget Mr. Beasley, the postman on Burns & Allen.
David 1 month ago
You got 12 out of 12
So cool. You made that look easy! Nice work!
trogg888 1 month ago
i remembered all these postpeople for some reason although i did work for the postal bypass for fed ex for a few years
JHP 1 month ago
10/12 so who were the "boys" on dennis the menace?

sounds like a misleading question
Bob JHP 1 month ago
That's what I wondered.
CarolKelley JHP 1 month ago
I would have answered Dennis the Menace except for that. I guess boys could have meant Dennis, Tommy and Seymour, but yeah, that was a trick question as these three are not brothers and the other two shows had brothers.
ETristanBooth JHP 1 month ago
11/12. Same here. I didn't watch the show, but I was under the impression that Dennis didn't have a brother.
Wiseguy CarolKelley 1 month ago
It never said brothers it said boys. Dennis and Tommy. Boys. Plural. Presumably, both boys were serviced by the same mailman. It seems like when a question actually causes someone to think (rather than having the answer practically given away by a picture), someone is going to call "trick question!"- reminds me of someone who yells out "Hoax!" at proven science facts.)
JHP Wiseguy 8 days ago
I suppose I could spare one on the sparse hairs on my head for you to split
JoelFogelsanger 1 month ago
You got 12 out of 12
So cool. You made that look easy! Nice work!
Jeremy 1 month ago
#6.

Mr. McFeely's theme song:

Is...there...anything you want?
Is there anything you need?
McFeely's Delivery brings it to you here with speed!
Yes, a speedy delivery
Is a speedy delivery!!!
Speedy...delivery...to you!
BigE 1 month ago
11 out of 12, missed the last one.
snifferdog BigE 1 month ago
Same with me.
CarolKelley BigE 1 month ago
Don't feel bad; it was a trick question. The question implies more than one boy.
PMCS63 1 month ago
I had 11/12. I never watched Pee-wee, so that’s the one I missed.
daDoctah 1 month ago
You left out Lovable Truly, from Linus the Lionhearted. Like every other character on that show, he was also the spokescharacter for a Post cereal (in his case, Alpha Bits).
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