Many of you may not know who Digby Wolfe was, but he provided the voice of the “me” generation — at least on paper.
Wolfe was the comedy writer who co-created “Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In,” the 1960s variety show that poked fun of politics and social mores.
Wolfe, who died May 2, won an Emmy Award in 1968, and launched the careers of many talented regulars of this show.
How well do you remember the show?
1. This famous blonde was such a ditz on the show, but today she is one of the most famous actresses in Hollywood. She won an Academy Award in 1970. Can you name her?
2. Who were the hosts?
3. Ruth Buzzi played this park-bench spinster.
4. This actor dressed in a German uniform, peered through bushes and said…?
5. Name the announcer.
6. This regular performer went on to star in the movie “9 to 5” and the TV series “Murphy Brown” and “The West Wing.”
7. Who said, “Here come the judge. Here come the judge?”
8. These two performers starred on “Hogan's Heroes.”
9. What was Alan Sues' most memorable character name?
10. This recurring segment featured which family?
Answers: 1. Goldie Hawn. 2. Dan Rowan and Dick Martin. 3. Gladys Ormphby. 4. “Very interesting” (in a German accent). 5. Gary Owens. 6. Lily Tomlin. 7. Sammy Davis Jr. 8. Richard Dawson and Larry Hovis. 9. Uncle Al the Kiddies Pal. 10. Frank and Fanny Farkel.