QUIZ: How Well Do You Remember “Gilligan’s Island?”

It was only supposed to be a three-hour tour. A three-hour tour! Gilligan, Ginger, the Skipper, and a few other passengers were enjoying a tour aboard the S.S. Minnow, but unbeknownst to them, a tropical storm was coming and after a series of bad decisions, the crew completely lost control of the boat. “Gilligan’s Island” aired from 1964 to 1967, but only hardcore fans will have the knowledge to pass this quiz!

It was only supposed to be a three-hour tour. A three-hour tour! Gilligan, Ginger, the Skipper, and a few other passengers were enjoying a tour aboard the S.S. Minnow, but unbeknownst to them, a tropical storm was coming and after a series of bad decisions, the crew completely lost control of the boat. “Gilligan’s Island” aired from 1964 to 1967, but only hardcore fans will have the knowledge to pass this quiz!

Which actor played Gilligan?

  • Bob Denver
  • Dick Van Dyke
  • Jerry Van Dyke

For three seasons, Bob Denver did a marvelous job portraying the clumsy main character Gilligan. But before he was on “Gilligan’s Island,” he played Maynard G. Krebs on the series “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis,” which was also a sitcom.

For three seasons, Bob Denver did a marvelous job portraying the clumsy main character Gilligan. But before he was on “Gilligan’s Island,” he played Maynard G. Krebs on the series “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis,” which was also a sitcom.

The Skipper was a nickname. What was the character’s given name?

  • John Gregor
  • Jonas Grumby
  • Gilligan Harold

Actor Alan Hale Jr.’s character is often called "The Skipper.” But a lot of fans don’t realize that the Skipper had an actual first name and last name. It was Jonas Grumby.

Actor Alan Hale Jr.’s character is often called "The Skipper.” But a lot of fans don’t realize that the Skipper had an actual first name and last name. It was Jonas Grumby.

How many different actresses have played Ginger?

  • 6
  • 5
  • 1

Tina Louise will always be remembered as the actress who brought Ginger to life on the TV screen, but there were 5 other actresses who took on the role over the course of the series and beyond. And most fans don’t know that actress Raquel Welch almost played Ginger before Louise was cast.

Tina Louise will always be remembered as the actress who brought Ginger to life on the TV screen, but there were 5 other actresses who took on the role over the course of the series and beyond. And most fans don’t know that actress Raquel Welch almost played Ginger before Louise was cast.

What was Gilligan’s first name?

  • Bob
  • Tom
  • Willy

Like the Skipper, Gilligan was not really his fictional first name. It was actually Willy, but fans still prefer to call him Gilligan as he was the character who had the most personality on the series.

Like the Skipper, Gilligan was not really his fictional first name. It was actually Willy, but fans still prefer to call him Gilligan as he was the character who had the most personality on the series.

Who created “Gilligan’s Island?"

  • Richard Schiff
  • Feddie Highmore
  • Sherwood Schwartz

The man behind one of the funniest sitcoms in TV history is none other than Sherwood Schwartz. He is also the man that brought “The Brady Bunch” to television screens across the country.

The man behind one of the funniest sitcoms in TV history is none other than Sherwood Schwartz. He is also the man that brought “The Brady Bunch” to television screens across the country.

How many characters who were secretaries did the original pilot episode have?

  • 8
  • 2
  • 6

There were a ton of different characters, each with their own types of personalities and careers that some viewers had no idea even existed. But in the original pilot, there was also a character named Bunny, who was Ginger’s best friend and a secretary, which was also originally Ginger's profession.

There were a ton of different characters, each with their own types of personalities and careers that some viewers had no idea even existed. But in the original pilot, there was also a character named Bunny, who was Ginger’s best friend and a secretary, which was also originally Ginger's profession.

Which music band was vital to the development of “Gilligan’s Island?"

  • The Beatles
  • The Wellingtons
  • The Supremes

Shows like “Gilligan’s Island” always had a band backing up the on screen action, and in this case, that band happened to be The Wellingtons. The band was even featured in one episode, but they went by the name The Mosquitos.

Shows like “Gilligan’s Island” always had a band backing up the on screen action, and in this case, that band happened to be The Wellingtons. The band was even featured in one episode, but they went by the name The Mosquitos.

Where did the idea for the show’s premise come from?

  • Current events
  • Movies
  • The creator’s personal experiences

When the creator of the show was in college at New York University, he wrote a one-minute speech detailing what he'd bring to a deserted island. Over the years, Sherwood Schwartz recalled this moment and pitched an idea about a diverse group of people who learn to live together while stranded on an island, despite their different beliefs and status in society.

When the creator of the show was in college at New York University, he wrote a one-minute speech detailing what he'd bring to a deserted island. Over the years, Sherwood Schwartz recalled this moment and pitched an idea about a diverse group of people who learn to live together while stranded on an island, despite their different beliefs and status in society.

How many seasons was the show supposed to have?

  • 4
  • 5
  • 6

The show’s creator wanted the show to go on for four seasons. Even the cast was prepared to shoot one final season. But CBS chose the Western “Gunsmoke” over “Gilligan’s Island” because the network president’s wife liked “Gunsmoke” a lot.

The show’s creator wanted the show to go on for four seasons. Even the cast was prepared to shoot one final season. But CBS chose the Western “Gunsmoke” over “Gilligan’s Island” because the network president’s wife liked “Gunsmoke” a lot.

Who was responsible for the catchy theme song of the show’s pilot?

  • The Everly Brothers
  • John Hurt
  • John Williams

Thank this iconic musical conductor for the theme song of “Gilligan’s Island.” He is also responsible for composing music for major films like “Schindler’s List” and “Star Wars.”

Thank this iconic musical conductor for the theme song of “Gilligan’s Island.” He is also responsible for composing music for major films like “Schindler’s List” and “Star Wars.”

The show’s creator made a spin-off of “Gilligan’s Island.” What was the name of the show?

  • Dusty’s Trail
  • Home Nights
  • Bewitched

The show’s creator was hoping to create several spin-offs based on the original series. “Dusty’s Trail” even featured the actor who played Gilligan on the show. Unfortunately, it wasn’t as big of a hit.

The show’s creator was hoping to create several spin-offs based on the original series. “Dusty’s Trail” even featured the actor who played Gilligan on the show. Unfortunately, it wasn’t as big of a hit.

Some actors had worked together before “Gilligan’s Island.” Who were they?

  • Alan Hale Jr. And Jim Backus
  • Tina Louise and Bob Denver
  • Dawn Wells and Tina Louise

Before they were on “Gilligan’s Island,” Tina Louise and Bob Denver worked together on the beach party film called “For Those Who Think Young” in 1964.

Before they were on “Gilligan’s Island,” Tina Louise and Bob Denver worked together on the beach party film called “For Those Who Think Young” in 1964.

Who got letters about the show while the series was being filmed?

  • Regular families
  • The Coast Guard
  • The President

About two months after production of the show began, a producer of the series was contacted by the commander of the U.S. Coast Guard. After being invited to his office, the producer found out that people were sending the Coast Guard letters claiming they thought the survivors on the show were actually stranded and they wanted to know why they hadn’t been rescued.

About two months after production of the show began, a producer of the series was contacted by the commander of the U.S. Coast Guard. After being invited to his office, the producer found out that people were sending the Coast Guard letters claiming they thought the survivors on the show were actually stranded and they wanted to know why they hadn’t been rescued.

Where is Gilligan’s island located on the show?

  • Bahamas
  • Dominican Republic
  • Hawaii

In the original plot, Gilligan and the Skipper were taking the passengers on a three hour tour near Honolulu when all of a sudden, they got shipwrecked. But a lot of the filming actually took place in Los Angeles, California.

In the original plot, Gilligan and the Skipper were taking the passengers on a three hour tour near Honolulu when all of a sudden, they got shipwrecked. But a lot of the filming actually took place in Los Angeles, California.

Which member of the cast had appeared on the 1960s version of “Batman?"

  • Alan Hale Jr.
  • Jim Backus
  • Bob Denver

The actor who played the Skipper introduced more viewers to “Gilligan’s Island” when he appeared in the episode “The Ogg and I” in the live-action series “Batman.”

The actor who played the Skipper introduced more viewers to “Gilligan’s Island” when he appeared in the episode “The Ogg and I” in the live-action series “Batman.”

How many cartoon spin-offs did “Gilligan’s Island” have?

  • 6
  • 5
  • 2

Back in the day, it was completely normal for TV shows to get cartoon spin-offs and “Gilligan’s Island” was no exception. It was called “The New Adventures of Gilligan.” Then the show got another cartoon spin-off called “Gilligan’s Planet,” which took place in space.

Back in the day, it was completely normal for TV shows to get cartoon spin-offs and “Gilligan’s Island” was no exception. It was called “The New Adventures of Gilligan.” Then the show got another cartoon spin-off called “Gilligan’s Planet,” which took place in space.

Which show did a crossover episode with “Gilligan’s Island?" Hint: One of the characters was out of this world.

  • I Dream of Jeannie
  • Alf
  • Roseanne

Although “Gilligan’s Island” ended in the 1960s, the 1980s sitcom “Alf,” which was about an alien living with a human family, did a crossover episode called “Somewhere Over the Rerun" during the show’s second season. This episode included guest appearances from the show’s original cast, including Bob Denver as Gilligan.

Although “Gilligan’s Island” ended in the 1960s, the 1980s sitcom “Alf,” which was about an alien living with a human family, did a crossover episode called “Somewhere Over the Rerun" during the show’s second season. This episode included guest appearances from the show’s original cast, including Bob Denver as Gilligan.

This actor was offered the role of Gilligan, but he turned it down. What was his name?

  • Dick Van Dyke
  • Jerry Van Dyke
  • Troy Donahue

The show’s creator originally wanted Jerry Van Dyke to play Gilligan, but the actor turned down the role because he wanted to do a show with his name on it like his brother’s show, “The Dick Van Dyke Show.”

The show’s creator originally wanted Jerry Van Dyke to play Gilligan, but the actor turned down the role because he wanted to do a show with his name on it like his brother’s show, “The Dick Van Dyke Show.”

What was the name of the boat that crashed on the island?

  • S.S. Essex
  • S.S. Minnow
  • S.S. Britain

The name of the boat that Gilligan and The Skipper were using to give tours was the S.S. Minnow. Unfortunately, the ship crashed on the island that left the passengers stranded for three seasons.

The name of the boat that Gilligan and The Skipper were using to give tours was the S.S. Minnow. Unfortunately, the ship crashed on the island that left the passengers stranded for three seasons.

Who inspired producers to name the boat the S.S. Minnow?

  • John F. Kennedy
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Newton Minow

The S.S. Minnow got its name after Newton Minow who used to be the Chair of the Federal Communications Commission. Ironically, Minow thought that TV was a “vast wasteland.” So, the show’s creator named the ship after him as a way to take a jab at him.

The S.S. Minnow got its name after Newton Minow who used to be the Chair of the Federal Communications Commission. Ironically, Minow thought that TV was a “vast wasteland.” So, the show’s creator named the ship after him as a way to take a jab at him.

Who is the voice behind the show’s radio announcer?

  • Henry Fonda
  • William Shatner
  • Charles Maxwell

On occasion, the stranded passengers were able to get a signal and listen to their radio. But there was a radio announcer whose voice will never be forgotten and that voice came from Charles Maxwell.

On occasion, the stranded passengers were able to get a signal and listen to their radio. But there was a radio announcer whose voice will never be forgotten and that voice came from Charles Maxwell.

Which historical U.S. event was referenced on the series?

  • Civil Rights Act
  • The Bombing of Pearl Harbor
  • John F. Kennedy’s assassination

In the pilot episode, there is an American flag at half-mast. This was done as a sign of respect for President Kennedy. As a matter of fact, the cast and crew learned about the tragic news while they were on set.

In the pilot episode, there is an American flag at half-mast. This was done as a sign of respect for President Kennedy. As a matter of fact, the cast and crew learned about the tragic news while they were on set.

During what year was the original pilot episode made?

  • 1963
  • 1952
  • 1943

Although the show premiered in 1964, the pilot episode was shot in 1963. The reason it took a year to get the show on the air was because the pilot underwent some serious revisions, including the elimination of some characters, like a high school teacher.

Although the show premiered in 1964, the pilot episode was shot in 1963. The reason it took a year to get the show on the air was because the pilot underwent some serious revisions, including the elimination of some characters, like a high school teacher.

What’s the name of the radio model used on the series?

  • RCA BR200
  • Packard-Bell FM Radio, Model TS-256
  • Packard-Bell AM Radio, Model AR-851

The radio was featured every now and then on the show whenever the characters were able to get a signal on the island. Unfortunately, when Gilligan heard any relevant news, he often messed up while relaying the information to the others.

The radio was featured every now and then on the show whenever the characters were able to get a signal on the island. Unfortunately, when Gilligan heard any relevant news, he often messed up while relaying the information to the others.

Whose age was a complete mystery for nearly the entire run of the series?

  • Bob Denver
  • Dawn Wells
  • Natalie Schafer

Although the actress was pretty famous before the sitcom, the rest of the cast had no idea what her exact age was. In fact, they had to wait until the show ended before they learned her real age.

Although the actress was pretty famous before the sitcom, the rest of the cast had no idea what her exact age was. In fact, they had to wait until the show ended before they learned her real age.

How did Skipper address Gillligan? Hint: It was an affectionate name.

  • Gilman
  • Little Buddy
  • Sweetheart

Over the course of the series, the Skipper would often refer to Gilligan as his "Little Buddy." The fact that they ran a tour boat business and that they had a history of serving in the military together was a major reason for this affectionate name.

Over the course of the series, the Skipper would often refer to Gilligan as his "Little Buddy." The fact that they ran a tour boat business and that they had a history of serving in the military together was a major reason for this affectionate name.

What happened during the course of the original series that made watching the show so much cooler?

  • The show went from black and white to color
  • The series changed sponsors
  • Mary Ann started wearing shorter shorts

Although the first season was filmed entirely in black and white, the second and third seasons were filmed in color. This was a big deal for a TV series back in those days.

Although the first season was filmed entirely in black and white, the second and third seasons were filmed in color. This was a big deal for a TV series back in those days.

Which movie used the lagoon from the show?

  • The Blob
  • Creature from The Black Lagoon
  • Dracula

Given that “Gilligan’s Island” had used the lagoon at the studio and it was still there, the producers of the film “Creature from The Black Lagoon” decided to use it as well.

Given that “Gilligan’s Island” had used the lagoon at the studio and it was still there, the producers of the film “Creature from The Black Lagoon” decided to use it as well.

Where was Alan Hale Jr. when he got called to audition for “Gilligan’s Island?"

  • Florida
  • Canada
  • Utah

When the show’s creator called on Alan Hale Jr., to audition for the Skipper, the actor was in the state of Utah on business. But he wanted to try out for the show so badly that he found a way to get to the studio anyway and landed the part.

When the show’s creator called on Alan Hale Jr., to audition for the Skipper, the actor was in the state of Utah on business. But he wanted to try out for the show so badly that he found a way to get to the studio anyway and landed the part.

Which show did "Gilligan’s Island" have a crossover with?

  • Roseanne
  • Modern Family
  • Sabrina the Teenage Witch

For one episode of “Roseanne,” the cast of “Gilligan’s Island” dressed up as their popular characters and appeared on the show. Even the show’s producer, Sherwood Schwartz, made a cameo.

For one episode of “Roseanne,” the cast of “Gilligan’s Island” dressed up as their popular characters and appeared on the show. Even the show’s producer, Sherwood Schwartz, made a cameo.

How many films based on the series did the show’s creator want to make?

  • 5
  • 4
  • 6

The series got made into three movies after the show ended. But if it had been up to the show’s creator, there would have been four to provide a better closure to the storylines from both the series and the other three films.

The series got made into three movies after the show ended. But if it had been up to the show’s creator, there would have been four to provide a better closure to the storylines from both the series and the other three films.

How many reunion movies were made?

  • 4
  • 5
  • 3

Although the series’ sudden cancelation shocked the cast and the creator, they all wanted the adventure to continue. So, they made three reunion movies that were praised by the fans.

Although the series’ sudden cancelation shocked the cast and the creator, they all wanted the adventure to continue. So, they made three reunion movies that were praised by the fans.

Which song is related to the show’s theme song?

  • Everyday People
  • Ring of Fire
  • Amazing Race

The song "Ring of Fire" by Johnny Cash is actually related to the show’s opening theme in its cadence and key. And thanks to this, the song surprisingly sets the tone for the entire series.

The song "Ring of Fire" by Johnny Cash is actually related to the show’s opening theme in its cadence and key. And thanks to this, the song surprisingly sets the tone for the entire series.

Why were the Skipper and Gilligan so close, even though it looked like the former wanted to strangle the latter?

  • Gilligan saved him in the war
  • They’re best friends
  • They were both trapped in the boat

Although Gilligan’s silly antics might have driven him up the wall, the Skipper liked Gilligan because he saved him during the war they both served in.

Although Gilligan’s silly antics might have driven him up the wall, the Skipper liked Gilligan because he saved him during the war they both served in.

Who felt the show could’ve been “better” and actually created another show featuring the beloved characters from the island?

  • Paul Henning
  • Rod Sterling
  • Jim Aubrey

As executive for the American film and television industry, Jim Aubrey felt that he could have made “Gilligan’s Island” better. To that end, he created a show based on Sherwood Schwartz’s hit series, but it tanked.

As executive for the American film and television industry, Jim Aubrey felt that he could have made “Gilligan’s Island” better. To that end, he created a show based on Sherwood Schwartz’s hit series, but it tanked.

What deal was struck between the show’s creator and the network to get “Gilligan’s Island” to air?

  • All the characters had to be rescued
  • A movie had to be made
  • There had to be a spin-off

It wasn’t easy to sell the concept of the show to the network, so the creator had to promise that the characters would all be rescued from the island at some point.

It wasn’t easy to sell the concept of the show to the network, so the creator had to promise that the characters would all be rescued from the island at some point.

How did the show’s creator come up with the name Gilligan?

  • The creator got it from a phone book
  • It was the name of the creator’s best friend
  • It was the name of the creator’s son

Although the show concentrated a lot on the character’s backstory, the nature of how the creator came up with the name Gilligan is not so amazing. As a matter of fact, he simply picked a random name from the phone book and that’s all.

Although the show concentrated a lot on the character’s backstory, the nature of how the creator came up with the name Gilligan is not so amazing. As a matter of fact, he simply picked a random name from the phone book and that’s all.

Which cast member didn’t act for the money? Hint: This person was a millionaire.

  • Bob Denver
  • Dawn Wells
  • Natalie Schafer

The actress and her husband were rich thanks to some lucrative Beverly Hills real estate investments. After Schafer died, the money went to her poodle. After the dog passed away, the money was allocated to the entertainment industry.

The actress and her husband were rich thanks to some lucrative Beverly Hills real estate investments. After Schafer died, the money went to her poodle. After the dog passed away, the money was allocated to the entertainment industry.

Fans knew her as Mary Ann, but what did the creator originally intend for the character’s name to be?

  • Jeannie
  • Bunny
  • Penny

In the original pilot, Mary Ann’s character was a secretary named Bunny. But the character underwent a number of revisions before the show’s creator finally introduced the audience to Mary Ann.

In the original pilot, Mary Ann’s character was a secretary named Bunny. But the character underwent a number of revisions before the show’s creator finally introduced the audience to Mary Ann.

Who was the cast member who did all of their own stunts on the show?

  • Dawn Wells
  • Natalie Schafer
  • Rory Calhoun

The actress did all of her stunts during the show’s entire run, but this wasn’t something she was forced to do. She volunteered to do her own stunts and claimed that dieting and exercising allowed her to do crazy stunts like jumping in the lagoon despite being over 60 years old at the time.

The actress did all of her stunts during the show’s entire run, but this wasn’t something she was forced to do. She volunteered to do her own stunts and claimed that dieting and exercising allowed her to do crazy stunts like jumping in the lagoon despite being over 60 years old at the time.

Which cast member continued to receive money from the show until they passed away?

  • Alan Hale Jr.
  • Bob Denver
  • Dawn Wells

The actress who played Mary Ann was once married to a talent agent named Larry Rosen. He was the one who created an amendment with the network to have Dawn Wells continue to get paid royalties even after the show went off the air, which the other cast members did not receive. Sadly, Wells passed away on December 30, 2020.

The actress who played Mary Ann was once married to a talent agent named Larry Rosen. He was the one who created an amendment with the network to have Dawn Wells continue to get paid royalties even after the show went off the air, which the other cast members did not receive. Sadly, Wells passed away on December 30, 2020.

Which actor broke their arm while they were on set?

  • Bob Denver
  • Alan Hale Jr.
  • Jim Backus

While shooting an episode of “Gilligan’s Island,” Alan Hale Jr., aka the Skipper, fell out of a tree and broke his arm. Fortunately, it was just his arm and he was able to continue on with the role after he recovered.

While shooting an episode of “Gilligan’s Island,” Alan Hale Jr., aka the Skipper, fell out of a tree and broke his arm. Fortunately, it was just his arm and he was able to continue on with the role after he recovered.

The Studio City Lagoon had been a major part of the show. But what happened to it in 1995?

  • It was turned into a parking lot
  • It was used on a different series
  • It was turned into a water park

The lagoon was a huge part of the show. The only issue the producers and creators had with it was that one could hear the noise of the nearby highway during the day. This made it difficult to shoot, but not impossible. In 1995, the set was destroyed and turned into an employee parking lot.

The lagoon was a huge part of the show. The only issue the producers and creators had with it was that one could hear the noise of the nearby highway during the day. This made it difficult to shoot, but not impossible. In 1995, the set was destroyed and turned into an employee parking lot.

Who was the least liked cast member on the show?

  • Dawn Wells
  • Tina Louise
  • Jim Backus

Although some fans claim she was the best Ginger on the show, Tina Louise reportedly had conflicts on the series. She also refused to appear in any of the show’s reunions or voice her character in the animated spin-offs.

Although some fans claim she was the best Ginger on the show, Tina Louise reportedly had conflicts on the series. She also refused to appear in any of the show’s reunions or voice her character in the animated spin-offs.

Which actor didn’t want to go shirtless during their audition?

  • Russell Johnson
  • Jim Backus
  • Alan Hale Jr.

The actor who played the Professor was asked to take his shirt off during the audition by the show’s producers and creators. But he refused to do so. Despite this, he landed the role anyway.

The actor who played the Professor was asked to take his shirt off during the audition by the show’s producers and creators. But he refused to do so. Despite this, he landed the role anyway.

Most fans don’t realize that the show used fake coconuts on its set. But why were they fake?

  • Someone in the cast was allergic to them
  • Coconuts used to be poisonous
  • They ruined the shot

The cast started using real coconuts as cups, but since coconuts are porous in nature, they started to sweat after a while, which ruined the shot. So, the show had to use fake dish ware instead.

The cast started using real coconuts as cups, but since coconuts are porous in nature, they started to sweat after a while, which ruined the shot. So, the show had to use fake dish ware instead.

Of all the characters, this one was the most difficult to cast. Who was it?

  • Gilligan
  • Mary Ann
  • The Skipper

It took the show’s creator quite a long time to find the right actor for the role of the Skipper. He was looking for someone who was kind, but also rough. Fortunately, once Alan Hale Jr. auditioned, the creator knew he had found the Skipper.

It took the show’s creator quite a long time to find the right actor for the role of the Skipper. He was looking for someone who was kind, but also rough. Fortunately, once Alan Hale Jr. auditioned, the creator knew he had found the Skipper.

There were a lot of characters mentioned in the pilot’s theme song, except for two. Who were they?

  • Thurston and Erika
  • The Professor and Mary Ann
  • Gilligan and The Skipper

The Professor and Mary Ann were not included in the original version of the theme song. But then, Bob Denver, aka Gilligan, told the creators that these characters were important and needed to be mentioned in the theme song.

The Professor and Mary Ann were not included in the original version of the theme song. But then, Bob Denver, aka Gilligan, told the creators that these characters were important and needed to be mentioned in the theme song.

Someone agreed to star in the pilot episode in exchange for a free trip. Who was it?

  • Natalie Schafer
  • Bob Denver
  • Dawn Wells

Although the show was filmed primarily in Los Angeles, California, the pilot was filmed in Hawaii. So, Natalie Schafer, who played Mrs. Lovey Howell, reportedly took on the role for the free trip to Hawaii.

Although the show was filmed primarily in Los Angeles, California, the pilot was filmed in Hawaii. So, Natalie Schafer, who played Mrs. Lovey Howell, reportedly took on the role for the free trip to Hawaii.

Who is every “Gilligan’s Island” fan’s favorite character?

  • Thelma
  • Iola
  • Mary Ann

According to online surveys, Mary Ann, played by actress Dawn Wells, was voted the show’s most-liked character. But that’s not much of a surprise given Mary Ann’s sweet personality.

According to online surveys, Mary Ann, played by actress Dawn Wells, was voted the show’s most-liked character. But that’s not much of a surprise given Mary Ann’s sweet personality.

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