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It’s been a VERY long day! It’s 10:06 p.m. and I’ve finally come to a total stand still sit still. And I’m not TOO long out of bed! But I couldn’t hit the hay without posting yesterday’s answer for the April A to Z Challenge! I was surprised at how many folks have mentioned they know this show! In case you don’t, it is…

The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

OML! That gorgeous man always took my breath away! Edward Mulhare was the perfect image of a ship’s captain, the stuff a wanna-be pirate’s dreams were made of.

Now how many of you knew the answer to this one??? 😀

😀 Moving right along then…

This man took his name from that of the foremost knight warriors in Charlemagne’s court. A gentlemen “fixer” (in today’s terminology) for hire, he’d get the job done, whatever it was, whether the price was right — or even when it was not, because his client couldn’t afford him! The series aired from 1957 to 1963, 225 episodes. It was one of the few television shows to spawn a successful radio version.

Extra hint: he had a calling card that was the identifying graphic of the show.

Now, with ALL that in mind, can you…

(Btw, if you know the answer, please keep it to yourself so as not to give it away. Stick a smiley face on your comment instead. Thank you so much!)



(Just a quick note. If the title of the show is preceded with the word “The”, it will NOT be included in the name.)

Picture Sources:
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir — BygoneTV
Letter H — http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/p/to-z-badges-and-banners.html
Name That TV Show — Pinterest