Gobble up 17 behind-the-scenes photos of classic TV shows celebrating Thanksgiving
Because it's not the holiday with Carol Brady and Mister Ed dressed as pilgrims.
Turkey Day is here once again, so we've stuffed this page full of television stars celebrating Thanksgiving. What better way to get in the mood than flipping through the past, seeing the likes of Joanie Cunningham, Carol Brady and Carol Burnett dressed as pilgrims?
Even the animals got into the act, with Lassie and Mister Ed posing for a holiday pic. The turkeys, of course, were less fortunate.
Stroll down memory lane as actors from classic TV shows give thanks.
The Brady Bunch
Carol and Mike had that stoic Puritan look down pat for Greg's student documentary in the outstanding episode "The Un-Underground Movie."
Erin Moran looks ready to join the Rockettes in the parade.
Darryl and Darryl join their brother Larry, hiding behind that scarecrow outfit.
The Addams Family
Gomez pets the gobbler in this family holiday portrait.
There may have not had horses on the Mayflower, but there were certainly horses around for the first Thanksgiving. Whether or not they wore hats is up for debate.
The Danny Kaye Show
Kaye was no stranger to holiday celebrations, having starred in White Christmas. He didn't even need a helping hand in carving the turkey.
The Garry Moore Show
Take a closer look at the pilgrim standing on the left side of the table — that's a young Carol Burnett in 1961!
Lassie wasn't getting any scraps or leftovers. That wonder dog probably got first dibs on the meat.
The cast strikes a pose for 1982's A Day for Thanks on Walton's Mountain.
The Frank Sinatra Show
Ol' Blue Eyes carved the bird for his 1950 television series.
Archie Bunker's Place
The Bunkers had more mouths to feed in this spin-off series.
The George Gobel Show
Comedian George Gobel met a bird we'll call "George Gobble" for his 1954–60 series.
Grandpa Jones and Minnie Pearl brought plenty of corn pone to the table.
Too Close for Comfort
Ted Knight sat at the head of the table when celebrating with his co-stars.
The cowboy icon might have had his own chain of Roy Rogers Restaurants, but he was eating Thanksgiving with his family.
Dubbed "The First Lady of Television," Emerson was a frequent guest on To Tell The Truth and I've Got a Secret. She was seemingly a poultry grader.
Anson Williams, Tony Randall and Bob Crane
Thanksgiving brought together actors from Happy Days, The Odd Couple and Hogan's Heroes (along with E.J. Peaker) for a very 1970s special.