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 Alan's TV Shows FUN Trivia Q&A.  Trivia powered by ABE1. When did Underdog debut on NBC-TV?

  • October 3, 1964
  • October 3, 1965
  • October 3, 1966

2. The show was developed to sell breakfast products. What was the company?

  • Kellogg
  • Nabisco
  • General Mills

3. The "humble and lovable" Shoeshine Boy was in truth the superhero Underdog?

  • True or False

4. Who was the voice of Underdog?

  • Jack Benny
  • Sid Ceasar
  • Wally Cox

5. The character's appeal has survived into the 21st Century. A balloon of Underdog has also been an annual attraction in what parade?

  • Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
  • Rose Bowl New Years Day Parade
  • Hudson Bay Christmas Parade

6. The villains, almost always managed to menace an canine TV reporter (voiced by Norma MacMillan), as part of their nefarious schemes; she was a helpless damsel in distress most of the time. What was the TV reporters name?

  • Angry Betty Pedigree
  • Sweet Polly Purebread
  • Sour Peggy Purebread

7. In the broadcast of Underdog, another character became well-known. Who is this character?

  • Tennessee Tuxedo
  • Seattle Suit
  • San Diego Shirt

8. Who currently owns the rights to Underdog?

  • Classic Media
  • Annual Media
  • Byte Creek Media Group

9. Simon Bar Sinister and Riff Raff where villains in Underdog. Who was the voice?

  • Marcus Welby
  • Allen Swift
  • Sam Snead

10. There's no need to fear, __________ is here.

  • Superman
  • Underdog
  • Batman

Underdog [Answers]

  1. October 3, 1964
  2. General Mills
  3. True
  4. Wally Cox
  5. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
  6. Sweet Polly Purebred
  7. Tennessee Tuxedo
  8. Classic Media
  9. Allen Swift
  10. Underdog
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