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1960s Celebrities by Picture

Guess the names of these mostly-American celebrities from the 1960s.
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Last updated: April 14, 2018
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level 71
Nov 4, 2016
Loved this quiz. Great work!
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level 70
Nov 4, 2016
Excuse my European moaning, but I was a child of the sixties and remain unaware of three of these.
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level 53
Feb 24, 2017
Me too.
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level 56
Feb 24, 2017
Me Three!
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level 56
Jan 30, 2018
Which ones did you not know, tolerated? Other than Gordie Howe; who was more well known in Canada cause he was our great hockey player, all the rest were and some still are, very famous.
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level 43
Nov 5, 2016
Didn't know some too
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level 80
Nov 8, 2016
I'm asleep this morning, took me way too long to come up with The Shakiest Gun in the West.
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level 32
Feb 24, 2017
finished in 60 sec
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level 74
Feb 24, 2017
Not sure what it says about me but I'm in my late 30s and this was by far the easiest celebrity quiz, I've taken on Jet Punk.
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level 39
Feb 24, 2017
It says that you're a normal, well-rounded individual.
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level 70
Feb 24, 2017
With Mary Tyler Moore passing away, that leaves only 8 of these folks that are still alive. :-(
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level 58
Feb 24, 2017
Kirk Douglas is 100
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level 65
Jul 24, 2018
And still around a year and a half later!
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level 64
Nov 14, 2018
Well, technically he's still not a 100 a year and half later. He's 101 now.
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level 58
Mar 3, 2017
It amazes me how much Scott Eastwood looks like his father when he was younger.
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level 38
Mar 8, 2017
Marilyn Monroe?
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level 74
Oct 6, 2018
Would probably fit better as a 50's celebrity, really.
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level 61
Jan 30, 2018
I am most troubled that ONLY 39% of test takers recognized Peter Sellers! I mean the language of film is supposedly universal, and Sellers was genius on a level with Chaplin. If you can recognize every Kardashian, but not Peter Sellers: check yourself!
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level 55
Nov 14, 2018
Give me a break, man. Peter Sellers died almost 40 years ago. He was great, but these days you have to go out of your way to watch one his films. Meanwhile you can't pass a news stand without seeing a celebrity magazine with a Kardashian on the cover. Is it really so shocking?
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level 70
Nov 14, 2018
JWC was troubled, not shocked. I'm neither troubled nor shocked. Sellers was great though, Dr. Strangelove is one of the best. I used to die laughing at at the Pink Panther films as well.
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level 71
Nov 14, 2018
the party, best sellers movie ever! seriously made me cry of laughter. again and again

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level 39
Dec 9, 2018
I remembered him; just couldn't think of his name. I love his character in the Pink Panther movies and kept thinking "Clouseau, what was Clouseau's first name"? Peter Sellers, though not an uncommon name, doesn't easily roll off my tongue.
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level 4
Apr 21, 2018
Wait, how did more people know Yoko Ono than John Lennon. How is that possible!
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level 57
Nov 14, 2018
Probably just because of the picture of Lennon they used. The long hair and beard obscure his face somewhat, and even though no phase of John Lennon could fairly be called obscure, I think this phase is much less recognizable than the Beatlemania phase. I'd wager that if the quiz included a picture of early 60's mop-top Lennon, more people would recognize him.
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level 45
Apr 27, 2018
Who is Andy Griffith?
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level 65
Jul 24, 2018
I swear I'm not just being snarky by saying this, but in the '60s he was most well known as the star of The Andy Griffith Show. It was consistently one of the highest-rated shows on American TV from 1960-68, and is almost always on lists of best US TV shows ever (sitcoms, especially).
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level 74
Nov 19, 2018
The show was always one of my favorites and is still shown in syndication. Ron Howard got his start playing Andy's son, Opie. Andy Griffith was multi-talented. He did comedy, sang, did movies - A Face in the Crowd made him famous - and he was twice nominated for a Tony award.
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level 45
Oct 20, 2018
Later in life he was Matlock.
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level 46
Nov 14, 2018
I've never heard of him either
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level 58
Nov 21, 2018
I've heard of him, but didn't know what he looked like. Obviously only famous in America.
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level 38
Jun 18, 2018
I was also a child of the 60's. Someone beat me to it, who is Andy Griffith
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level 74
Nov 14, 2018
My dad LOVED this show. I heard this opening so many times growing up because he was always watching it in reruns.
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level 56
Nov 14, 2018
You don't remember Sheriff Andy of Mayberry? Or later on "Matlock"?
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level 57
Nov 14, 2018
I always think Don Knotts is Andy Griffith because when I saw the show as a child, Knotts's character was much more memorable.
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level 76
Nov 16, 2018
My middle school band teacher used to play episodes in class whenever we had nothing to do.
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level 74
Aug 15, 2018
I don't know how it's possible, but my high score is 17/16 (106%).
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level 72
Oct 6, 2018
Mine is 125%. I don't get it either!
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level 74
Nov 14, 2018
I improved a lot vs the first time I took this but I still missed Peter Sellers.
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level 76
Nov 16, 2018
I got stuck on Sellers for the longest time because I thought he was Walt Disney.
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