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1967 In Television

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1967 In Television

List of years in television (table)

The year 1967 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television-related events in 1967.


  • Events 1
  • Programs/Programmes 2
  • Debuts 3
  • Ending this year 4
  • Births 5
  • Deaths 6


Also in 1967



Ending this year

Date Show Debut
March 14 Combat! 1962
March 17 The Green Hornet 1966
April 9 Ultraman (Japan)
April 15 Flipper 1964
April 22 Please Don't Eat the Daisies 1965
May 21 Kimba the White Lion (Japan) 1966
August 29 The Fugitive 1963
September 1 Rango 1967
September 3 What's My Line? 1950
September 4 Gilligan's Island 1964


Date Name Notability
January 2 Tia Carrere American actress
July 1 Pamela Anderson Model and actress (Baywatch)
October 28 Julia Roberts Actress
November 8 Courtney Thorne-Smith Actress (According to Jim)
November 13 Jimmy Kimmel Talk show host (Jimmy Kimmel Live!)
November 28 Anna Nicole Smith Model and actress (The Anna Nicole Show) (died 2007)
December 13 Jamie Foxx Actor (In Living Color) and singer


Date Name Age Notability
January 21 Ann Sheridan 51 Actress (Another World)
February 21 Charles Beaumont 38 Screenplay writer (Twilight Zone)
May 30 Claude Rains 77 Actor
June 29 Jayne Mansfield 34 Actress
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