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Can you name all these classic TV puppets?

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Puppets were once all over television. Something about those vintage, boxy, wooden television sets looked like Punch-and-Judy theaters. Ventriloquists, marionettes, hand puppets and Muppets were not just for children's television, either. They turned up on talk shows, game shows — and even got their own sitcoms from time to time.

See if you remember these famous puppets from TV history. 

  1. This puppet is modeled after the "Charwoman" character of this beloved comedian.
  2. What is the name of this Tiger?
  3. Shari Lewis was an adored puppeteer thanks largely to this ovine.
  4. Any kid who grew up in the 1950s knows…?
  5. Ed Sullivan often welcomed on this mouse.
  6. These puppet lookalikes appeared in the "Deadly Dolls" episode of which adventure series?
  7. Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward was just one of the puppets on this imported British series.
  8. Here are Kukla, Fran and Ollie. Which one is Ollie?
  9. We already asked about the puppet on the left — but what is the name of the puppet on the right?
  10. Legendary ventriloquist Paul Winchell appeared on TV for decades. What is the name of this dummy, his most famous partner?
  11. Wayland Flowers and his puppet appeared on Hollywood Squares, Laugh-In and even got her own series. What was her name?
  12. Funnyman Stan Freberg often appeared with this puppet on TV.
Can you name all these classic TV puppets?

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