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Trivia Quiz - Spy Shows

How much do you know about the spy shows that became popular in the 1960s?

Quiz Number: 2425
Date Submitted: April 17, 2008
Quiz Categories: TV, Radio & Stage, American TV Dramas
Quiz Type: General Quiz
Author: Samurai Sam
Average Score: 38 percent
Times Taken: 70 times
Taken by Registered Users: 18

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1. The title of every episode of "The Man from U.N.C.L.E. ended with what word?
  A.   Caper
  B.   Adventure
  C.   Affair
  D.   Case

2. What was the name of the 1975 ABC series that starred William Shatner as a 19th-century secret agent based in San Francisco?
  A.   A Man Called Sloane
  B.   The Tenderloin District
  C.   Masquerade
  D.   Barbary Coast

3. Scott Bakula and Maria Bello starred in this 1996 CBS series that lasted only 13 episodes. Can you name it?
  A.   Mr. & Mrs. Jones
  B.   Scarecrow & Mrs. King
  C.   Mr. & Mrs. Smith
  D.   Tenspeed & Brownshoe

4. What 1960s spy show was revived in 1988 for one season?
  A.   The Wild, Wild West
  B.   Mission: Impossible
  C.   Honey West
  D.   The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

5. What 1966-67 NBC series starred Robert Loggia as a former cat burglar turned bodyguard/secret agent?
  A.   B.A.D. Cats
  B.   The Spy
  C.   The Spook
  D.   T.H.E. Cat

6. The 1960s British spy drama "Secret Agent", starring Patrick McGoohan, was known by what other name?
  A.   Secret Agent Man
  B.   The Prisoner
  C.   Danger Man
  D.   Double McGuffin

7. In addition to being the first dramatic television series to feature an African American in a starring role, "I Spy" distinguished itself by being one of the first dramatic series to feature what?
  A.   Scripts written by one of the show's stars
  B.   An interracial romantic relationship
  C.   Theme music written by one of the show's stars
  D.   Humorous diaglogue

8. Which of the following shows changed its theme music each of its four seasons?
  A.   The Wild, Wild West
  B.   Matt Helm
  C.   The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
  D.   Get Smart

9. How many different cars did Maxwell Smart drive in the opening credits to "Get Smart" during the entire run of the show?
  A.   One
  B.   Two
  C.   Three
  D.   Four

10. This spy show, which aired on NBC from 1979-80, was the last program ever developed from Quinn Martin productions, which gave us shows like "The Untouchables" and "Barnaby Jones". What was the name of this program?
  A.   Scarecrow & Mrs. King
  B.   The Manhunter
  C.   Banyon
  D.   A Man Called Sloane®   

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