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What do you know about The Californians? Take this TV Western FUN Trivia quiz.

1. When did this TV Western first air on NBC?

  • September 24, 1957
  • October 1, 1957
  • November 15, 1958

2. Who played the role of Marshal Matthew Wayne?

  • Richard Coogan
  • Robert Coogan
  • Video Coogan

3. Who did Carole Mathews portray in the series?

  • Wilma Fansler
  • Maggie May
  • Irene Hopkins

4. Who played ambitious attorney, Jeremy Pitt?

  • Merv Griffin
  • Alex Trebek
  • Art Fleming

5. Who did the series originally star?

  • Adam Kennedy
  • Wayne Adams
  • Myron Kerby

6. The Californians is particularly remembered for its rich theme song, composed by the versatile Harry Warren (1893�1981) with lyrics by Harold Adamson, entitled I've Come to California.

  • True or False?

7. The Californians faced competition from The West Point Story starring Donald May on ABC. What was the competitor on CBS?

  • The $64,000 Question
  • Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts
  • Make Room for Daddy

8. Who was NOT a Guest Star on The Californians?

  • Edgar Buchanan
  • James Coburn
  • David Reed

9. In both years, The Californians followed what TV sit com series?

  • The Danny Thomas Show
  • The Bob Cummings Show
  • The Garry Moore Show

10. When was the last original show broadcast?

  • May 26, 1959
  • August 27, 1959
  • March 6, 1959

The Californians Answers

  1. September 24, 1957

  2. Richard Coogan

  3. Wilma Fansler

  4. Art Fleming

  5. Adam Kennedy

  6. True

  7. The $64,000 Question

  8. David Reed

  9. The Bob Cummings Show

  10. May 26, 1959

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