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Richard Deacon (actor): Quiz

  
  

Question 1: [4] He also appeared as a guest on the 1970s game show ________.
Mark GoodsonHollywood SquaresMatch Game-Hollywood Squares HourMatch Game

Question 2: Levine would refuse to sell ________ his company’s recently acquired Bellanca monoplane for Lindbergh’s famous trans-atlantic flight unless his company could choose the crew.
Harry S. TrumanCharles LindberghDwight D. EisenhowerFranklin D. Roosevelt

Question 3: Deacon died from ________ in 1984.
Heart diseasePneumopericardiumCoronary artery aneurysmCardiovascular disease

Question 4: He made appearances on The Jack Benny Show, as a salesperson and on ________'s Happy as a hotel manager.
NBCUniversal SportsShopNBCTelemundo

Question 5: [4] He also guest starred in many other sitcoms in the 1960s, including ________ and The Donna Reed Show.
Mister EdBamboo HarvesterThe Patty Duke ShowSaturday Night Live

Question 6: Posthumously, it was revealed that Deacon was gay, and his interview with ________ was published in Hadleigh's Hollywood Gays,[5] although during his lifetime he made no particular secret of his sexual orientation.
Boze HadleighAgnes MooreheadTruman CapoteGeorge Cukor

Question 7: In 1966, he appeared on ________'s short-lived TV sitcom The Pruitts of Southampton (1966).
Phyllis DillerDon RicklesRowan & Martin's Laugh-InPatricia Clarkson

Question 8: In 1969, he co-starred on Broadway as Horace Vandergelder in the long-running musical Hello, Dolly!, opposite ________.
Patricia ClarksonPhyllis DillerRowan & Martin's Laugh-InDon Rickles

Question 9: Richard Deacon at the ________
Internet Movie DatabaseCDNOWBox Office MojoAmazon.com

Question 10: In the 1970s and 1980s, he wrote a series of ________ and hosted a television series on microwave cooking.
Food writingFrench cuisineCookbookItalian cuisine
















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