50 Things Only Baby Boomers Will Remember. Can You Name Them?

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The baby boomer era, where people were born between the years 1946 and 1964, is the era that changed the world! Following the darkness of war and into the new world of radio, TV and computer games, both technology and social traditions changed forever! The question is, how many baby boomer things can you remember? It's time to put your memory to the test!

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1. The base for this kind of salad was gelatinous in nature. Do you know its name?

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  1. Caprese salad
  2. Farinaceous salad
  3. Nicoise salad
  4. Jell-O salad
The Jell-O salad was also known as the jelly dish or congealed salad. In addition to the Jell-O and some fruits, other ingredients often included nuts, cream cheese, and marshmallows.
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2. This kind of phone required users to spin the dial multiple times in order to make one phone call. What name did it go by?

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  1. Rotary phone
  2. Cellular phone
  3. The flip phone
  4. The Centennial phone
Dialing a number required people to insert their finger into a hole with a number and turn it in a clockwise direction until it stopped. It had to be done for each number before the phone could ring.
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3. This device was one of the best and most popular stereoscopes released in the baby booming era. What was it called?

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  1. Pogs
  2. View-Master
  3. Creepy Crawlers
  4. Atari Jaguar
It’s true that the View-Master was released in 1939, but it was reinvented several times; some of the best models (the Model D & E) came out during the baby boomer era.
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4. This was a swing skirt women wore mostly to dances. It had a particular animal embroidered on it too. What was it called?

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  1. Mini skirt
  2. Poodle skirt
  3. Maxi skirt
  4. Broomstick skirt
Although classic poodle skirts had poodles on them, later versions had hot rod cars, flowers and even other kinds of animals.
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5. Which of the following toys had parts that you could attach to the main body?

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  1. Hot wheels
  2. KerPlunk
  3. Mouse trap
  4. Mr. Potato Head
Mr. Potato Head was invented in 1949; it was a plastic toy with the body of a potato with little holes that user could place its ears, nose and eyes into.
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6. This is what people used to write books on for over a hundred years. By the baby booming era, electronic designs had already been manufactured. What are they?

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  1. Keyboard
  2. Typewriter
  3. CPU
  4. Printing press
Despite being a relatively old machine, many people still prefer to use these when writing, even in this technological era.
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7. Which of these fortune-telling toys was manufactured in the 1950s?

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  1. Rubik's cube
  2. Trouble
  3. Silly string
  4. Magic 8-ball
The Magic 8-ball was designed in a way to answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’ questions. At one point, the toy had 20 possible responses, ten positive, five negative, and five non-committal.
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8. The tight curls of this hairstyle resembled that of the animal which it was named after. What do you think it was called?

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  1. The poodle cut
  2. The dove whirl
  3. The ducktail
  4. The pixie
The poodle cut hairstyle was made famous by the likes of Lucille Ball, Faye Emerson and Peggy Garner.
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9. This toy often came with a background board or picture and stickers that children could place all over the board. What was the name of this toy?

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  1. Furby
  2. Glo Worm
  3. Colorforms
  4. Koosh Ball
Colorforms first came on the market in 1951 and has evolved with the times, so much so that they’re still being produced and sold today.
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10. Which of these culinary toys were released by Kenner in 1963 and is still produced today?

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  1. Super Soaker
  2. Easy-Bake Oven
  3. Twister
  4. Lava lamp
During its first year of production, Kenner, the company who sold the Easy-Bake Oven, sold half a million units of the toy.
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11. This was an old arcade game which was very similar to table tennis. Which of the following options is its name?

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  1. Battleship
  2. Gameboy
  3. Tamagotchi
  4. Pong
Pong was released sometime after the end of the baby boomer era; those boomers, who were teens and young adults at the time of its release, were a huge part of its success.
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12. Which of these baby boomer bicycles was also known as the wheelie or muscle bike?

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  1. Tandem bicycle
  2. Mountain bicycle
  3. Road bicycle
  4. Stingray bicycle
The stylized banana seat bicycle was designed to look like a chopper motorcycle - a custom vehicle that became extremely popular in California during the fifties.
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13. This board game requires players to use spring-loaded levers to score points against their opponents. What was this game called?

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  1. Clue
  2. BAS-KET board game
  3. Frisbee
  4. The Game of Life
BAS-KET took the game basketball to an actual board; the scoring was the same as the game and each player had hoops they could score in.
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14. What’s the name of the toy baby boomers loved twirling around their waists?

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  1. Magna Doodle
  2. Pictionary
  3. Slip and slide
  4. Hula hoop
The classic hula hoop was created in 1958. The toy was inspired by Native Americans who created theirs with stiff grasses, rattan and dried willow.
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15. Which of these sodas was the first diet drink released by The Coca-Cola Company?

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  1. Diet Mountain Dew
  2. Sprite Light
  3. Pepsi Max
  4. Diet Tab
Tab first came on the market near the end of the baby boomer era, in 1963. It was available in ginger ale, root beer and different fruity flavors.
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16. Which of the following toys was inspired by a 1947-1960 television show of the same name?

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  1. Howdy Doody Dolls
  2. Yahtzee
  3. Teddy Ruxpin
  4. Simon
The Howdy Doody doll was manufactured and sold because of the success of the popular television show. Howdy Doody was the star puppet of said show.
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17. Which famous fifties sitcom starred Lucille Ball and her real-life husband, Desi Arnaz?

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  1. ALF
  2. Cheers
  3. Knight Rider
  4. I Love Lucy
Airing for six seasons, this show is still regarded as one of the greatest of all time. It continues to be referenced in pop culture, even today.
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18. Which of the following featured a green clay humanoid as its main character?

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  1. The Real Ghostbusters
  2. Gumby
  3. Thundercats
  4. Voltron
The Gumby TV show followed Gumby and his sidekick Pokey as they went on various adventures in many countries and through different eras.
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19. This item was popular because of its unique feature: it changed with different temperatures. What was it?

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  1. Mood rings
  2. Mad libs
  3. Operation
  4. Pick-up sticks
The mood ring’s colors did not change based on one’s mood, but rather, responded to the changes in temperature of the finger it was on.
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20. Which of the following games required players to roll dice in order to build a bug-like creature?

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  1. The Game of Cootie
  2. Smurfs
  3. Perfection
  4. Resident Evil
In The Game of Cootie, each number on a die would correspond with a particular body part. The first player to build their cootie would be the winner.
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21. This drink mix was used on multiple NASA missions. What is its name?

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  1. Lemonade
  2. Caprisun
  3. Tang
  4. Cosmopolitan
Because Tang was used on NASA’s Mercury and Gemini missions, there is a misconception that it was invented specifically for space programs.
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22. These were the toy figures that baby boomers would re-enact battle scenes with. What name did they go by?

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  1. Polly Pocket
  2. Die-cast soldiers
  3. Stretch Armstrong
  4. Yo-yo
Die-cast soldiers and figurines were different from modern-day soldiers because they were made out of metal - they depicted historical military figures and were sometimes hand-painted.
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23. Which of these games were designed for two players, one would be the Red Rock and the other, the Blue Bomber?

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  1. Marbles
  2. Cap guns
  3. Rock ‘em Sock ‘em Robots
  4. Hungry Hungry Hippos
This game required each player to manipulate each of their robots. The round was over when when one robot “knocked” the head off the other robot.
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24. These pocket-sized devices allowed people to listen to music in many different locations. What were they called?

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  1. Ham radios
  2. Transistor radios
  3. Turntables
  4. Mixers
Transistor radios were the most convenient way to have portable music from the late forties until the early eighties.
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25. Which of these classic toys allows someone to jump higher?

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  1. Pogo sticks
  2. Shrinky Dinks
  3. Micromachines
  4. Uno
The original pogo stick is a thing of the past; they’ve been adapted for more extreme jumping and flipping in a sport now known as Xpogo.
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26. Which of the following movies featured a girl and her dog, a scarecrow, lion and a wicked witch?

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  1. The House of Frankenstein
  2. The Wizard of Oz
  3. Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe
  4. Lillian Russell
The Wizard of Oz was released a few years before the baby boomer era began, but it only made a profit when it was re-released in 1949.
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27. This moldable toy is sometimes more liquid than solid. What is it called?

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  1. Jenga
  2. Silly putty
  3. Spirograph
  4. My Little Pony
Initially, what we know to be Silly Putty today, was created to fulfill the need for rubber when there was a shortage during World War II.
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28. These were drive-thru kiosks where people could buy film and other picture-related products. What were they called?

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  1. Space hoppers
  2. Wombles
  3. Fotomat booth
  4. Clangers
Fotomats were most popular for developing film overnight. By the 1980s, there were over 4,000 booths throughout the United States.
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29. This classic flooring was often mistaken for vinyl. What is it really?

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  1. Linoleum floors
  2. Tiles
  3. Cork floors
  4. Shag Carpet
Linoleum flooring is a mixture of many different things including ground cork, linseed oil and wood flour.
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30. Which of these is the name of a toy used to draw?

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  1. Bop It
  2. Beanie Babies
  3. Etch-A-Sketch
  4. Strawberry Shortcake
When the Etch-A-Sketch was first released in 1960, it sold over half a million units at a cost of $2.99 each.
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31. These items were often traded during the baby boom. What are these?

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  1. Sheets
  2. Booklets
  3. Green stamps
  4. Coils
Sperry and Hutchinson, the company responsible for creating these trading stamps were said, at one point in time, to issue three times the number of stamps as the United States Postal Service.
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32. Which doll talked if you pulled the string on its person?

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  1. Chatty Cathy Dolls
  2. Troll Dolls
  3. Barbie Dolls
  4. Cabbage Patch Dolls
After the Barbie, the Chatty Cathy doll was the most popular of the sixties. It was so successful that the Chatty Baby soon followed.
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33. This tool was used to control one of humanity’s favorite devices. What is it called?

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  1. Corded TV remote
  2. Iter auto
  3. Mikiphone
  4. TV cartridge
The first TV remote was known as “Lazy Bones” and was connected to the TV by a wire.
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34. Which of these was the name of Earth’s first artificial satellite?

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  1. The Mule T3
  2. SpaceX Dragon
  3. Orion
  4. Sputnik 1
Sputnik 1 was launched on October 4th, 1957 by the Soviet Union. It was the size of a beach ball and took around 90 minutes to orbit the planet.
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35. Which dolls are known for their crazy hair?

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  1. Boggle
  2. G.I. Joe
  3. Troll Dolls
  4. Glo Worm
The dolls became a hit once again when the 2016 movie was released. The movie characters differed significantly from what the dolls initially looked like.
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36. Which of these black and white sitcoms followed the adventures of a young boy in school, at home, and around his neighborhood?

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  1. Boy Meets World
  2. Frasier
  3. Leave It To Beaver
  4. Friends
Leave It To Beaver aired between 1957 and 1963. More than 200 episodes aired, and a movie was even created more than thirty years later.
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37. Which popular WWII dance involved rocking, swinging and turning?

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  1. The Wop
  2. The Snake
  3. The Jitterbug
  4. The Sprinkler
The popularity of this dance spread when American soldiers brought it to Great Britain; there were even jitterbug competitions held as far as Australia.
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38. Which of these games, created in 1961, was over whenever a particular piece fell or was dropped?

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  1. Power wheels corvette
  2. Lincoln Logs
  3. Care Bears
  4. Barrel of Monkeys
Barrel of Monkeys is a game that required patience and a steady hand. It can be played with one player, or with multiple people.
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39. Which type of carpet was known for its soft feel and fluffy appearance, and was all the rage in the sixties and seventies?

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  1. Floral rug
  2. Acrylic carpet
  3. Shag carpet
  4. Straw carpet
Shag carpets are believed to have originated in the Middle East. At first, carpeting was synonymous with opulence, so when prices dropped, it became trendy.
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40. This item required no upkeep; it didn’t need to be fed, walked or groomed. What was it called?

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  1. Beanie Babies
  2. Teddy Ruxpin
  3. Sorry
  4. Pet Rock
Pet Rocks were created well after the baby boom but were a huge fad, even though it was relatively short-lived. It was enough, however, to make the creator a millionaire.
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41. This was a very convenient (and quick) meal that baby boomers enjoyed immensely back in the day. What was it called?

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  1. Aspartame
  2. TV dinner
  3. Cheese loaf
  4. Meat and potatoes
Swanson was the first company to achieve significant success in selling these frozen meals. Their contents varied and included anything from turkey and cornbread to fried chicken or spaghetti. Before they were heated in microwaves, they came in aluminum trays and were warmed up in the oven.
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42. Which popular hairstyle was characterized by a portion of the hair being raised high on the head?

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  1. The box braids
  2. The mullet
  3. The shag
  4. The bouffant
The name “bouffant” got its name from the French word “bouffer,” which means “puff out” or “to puff.”
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43. Which of these toys looks and functions almost like a loose spring?

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  1. Spirograph
  2. Nintendo
  3. Monopoly
  4. Slinky
The Slinky was created in the early forties and because of its shape, was able to perform a variety of tricks depending on where it started.
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44. Which toy was perfect for little kids who wanted to become spies?

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  1. Stretch Armstrong
  2. Smurfs
  3. Troll dolls
  4. Secret Sam toys
Thanks to the popularity of the James Bond films, which began in 1962, kids all over the world wanted to become spies. The Secret Sam toy set came with guns, masks and even catcher’s mitts.
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45. Which classic TV series had characters like Tonto and Angry Horse?

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  1. All in the Family
  2. The Lone Ranger
  3. M*A*S*H
  4. Happy Days
The Lone Ranger aired on television between 1949 and 1957; over 200 episodes aired during its five seasons.
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46. This toy required users to turn a crank located somewhere on the device, enough to make the toy spur into action. What was it known as?

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  1. Popples
  2. Wrinkles
  3. Wacky Wind Ups
  4. Doodle Bear
In addition to their made-up toys, Wacky Wind Ups sometimes featured popular characters from a variety of movies and TV shows.
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47. This was a vintage game which allowed players to have a more strategic taste of a particular sport. Which game was it?

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  1. Atari
  2. Foto-Electric Football
  3. Speak and Spell
  4. Whiz Kid
Foto-electric football was often used as a way to teach young players the more strategic side of football. Before this game was created, the 1936 Scientific Football board game was used.
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48. During the fifties, this brand of toy established itself as the best in the die-cast toy car business. What was their name?

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  1. Matchbox cars
  2. Big Wheel
  3. Micro Machines
  4. Uncle John's
A few years after the baby boom, Matchbox became the biggest sellers of small model (die-cast) cars in the world.
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49. R&B icon Ray Charles had a big hit in 1960 with his version of this song. But which name, or indeed state, did he have ‘on his mind?’

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  1. Georgia on My Mind
  2. Susan on My Mind
  3. Kentucky on My Mind
  4. Wyoming on My Mind
From his album, 'The Genius Hits the Road,' Ray Charles's beautiful cover-version rocketed to the top of the Billboard Hot 100.
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50. Too dangerous to be sold to kids today, this Mattel product allowed children to take part in a little industrial vacuum forming! Can you remember the name?

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  1. Hot Dang!
  2. Vac-U-Form
  3. Melt Ahoy
  4. Spring Jack
Heating a sheet of plastic on this toy's hot metal surface provided hours of fun...and many burns!
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51. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture, this 1961 gangster musical is called?

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  1. West Side Story
  2. Sing, Dance, Die
  3. Banned Love
  4. Blood Brothers
Best Picture wasn't the only Academy Award win for this classic, the film won a total of ten and was nominated for twelve!
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52. Wedged between two of the 20th century’s most iconic leaders, the 36th president of the United States served from 1963 to 1969. What’s his name?

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  1. Hubert Humphrey
  2. Theodore Logan
  3. Gerald Ford
  4. Lyndon B. Johnson
To pay for his time at Southwest Texas State Teachers College, Johnson taught for nine months at a segregated school for Mexican-American children.
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53. Arguably his most well-remembered film, and the origin of the 'slasher' picture, who directed 1960s 'Psycho'?

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  1. John Hughes
  2. Orson Welles
  3. Steven Spielberg
  4. Alfred Hitchcock
The official trailer back in 1960 ran on for over six minutes and thirty seconds, a feat unheard of in today's trailers.
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54. This beloved television personality and comedian hosted 'The Tonight Show...' for decades. Can you remember his name?

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  1. Johnny Cash
  2. Craig Ferguson
  3. Johnny Carson
  4. Donnie Simpson
Carson won four Emmy Awards, was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (1987), and was given the Presidential Medal of Freedom (1992).
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55. Once the essential way to spend a Saturday night, these types of screenings have all but faded away. What did we call them?

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  1. Drive-In Movies
  2. Park and Play
  3. 'Lil Speaker, Big Screen
  4. Car Pictures
At their peak, there were over 4,000 drive-ins throughout the U.S., and most were located in rural areas.
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56. There was a certain quartet from Liverpool that drove teenage girls crazy in the 60s. Their impact was so huge it had a name, can you choose the right one?

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  1. Rock Fever
  2. The Bug-demic
  3. The Four Frenzy
  4. Beatlemania
The mania was so strong that police and riot control had to be provided for the group throughout 1964 to 1966 for the Beatles American and world tours.
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57. Which unhealthy and smelly past-time was still allowed on flights until the 80s and 90s?

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  1. Making egg sandwiches
  2. Smoking
  3. Eating sardines
  4. Pet skunks
The last airline to incorporate the ban was Cuba’s state-owned Cubana, who banned smoking on international flights in 2014!
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58. Crazy as it seems, this humble everyday item is no longer part of modern life. If we needed a contact, we'd check the?

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  1. Phone book
  2. Google
  3. Book of Names
  4. Newspaper
In 2014, less than half of the population of the U.S. was using a phone book regularly.
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59. This magnetic tape sound-recording technology was popular in the United States from the mid-1960s to the early 1980s. Remember it's simple name?

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  1. VHS
  2. 8-track
  3. Laser Disc
  4. Betamax
In the U.S., eight-track cartridges were phased out of retail stores by late 1982. Some titles were still available as eight-track tapes through Columbia House and RCA (BMG) Music Service Record Clubs until late 1988.
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60. What's the name of this 50s and 60s sex symbol?

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  1. Marilyn Monroe
  2. Rita Hayworth
  3. Lauren Bacall
  4. Judy Garland
Monroe appeared in 29 films between 1946 and 1961. After a brief career in modeling, she signed short-term film contracts, first with 20th Century Fox, then Columbia Pictures.
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61. This melty treat blew minds when it first arrived in America thanks to the Switzerland exhibit at the 1964 New York World’s Fair. Can you name it?

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  1. Fondue
  2. Swiss Slack
  3. Cheddar Gorge
  4. Wellington Dip
Did you know that fondue began in Switzerland as a way to use aged cheeses and breads to feed families who had limited access to fresh foods during the harsh winters?
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62. These types of heels were considered “trainer heels” for young girls. What were they called?

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  1. Stilettos
  2. Skates
  3. Kitten heels
  4. Wedges
Kitten heels are the shorter forms of stilettos and are usually between one and two inches tall.
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63. Once considered true culinary sophistication, this chicken dish was once treated like real royalty! It's name?

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  1. Roasted Queen
  2. Chicken a la King
  3. The King Dish
  4. Creamy Prince
There are various origin stories for this meal. One of the most famous is that the dish was first created in the early 1900s in honor of E. Clark King II, the proprietor of the Brighton Beach Hotel.
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64. Which brother/sister doll appeared on screen and were also sold in stores?

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  1. Transformers
  2. Raggedy Ann & Andy
  3. Stretch Armstrong
  4. Barnie
In 1977, a live-action/animated musical about Raggedy Ann and Andy was released. Although it lost money at the box office, it was adapted for the stage, twice.
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65. One of the most iconic American cars ever produced. Can you remember the name of this speed machine?

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  1. 1977 Cadillac Coupe DeVille
  2. 1972 Plymouth Road Runner
  3. 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454
  4. 1959 Ford Wasp
The high-performance LS6 454, equipped with a four-barrel carb, had an 11.25-to-1 compression ratio and wielded 450 horsepower!
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66. In which of the following games are players supposed to take turns removing blocks with tiny mallets?

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  1. Orbix
  2. Footloose
  3. Don’t Break The Ice
  4. Space 1966
Don’t Break The Ice is a game with a name that explains what its aim is. Each player takes a turn removing blocks by tapping the ice. The person who breaks the ice is the loser.
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67. This cult-favorite show went on to influence many sci-fi writers, getting a movie in 1983 and reboot in 2019. What's the title?

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  1. Ghost Tales
  2. The Twilight Zone
  3. The NeverRealm
  4. The Lost Pages
Leonard Nimoy, who played beloved character Spock on Star Trek, appeared in the episode "A Quality of Mercy." He played an exhausted American infantryman in the Philippines in 1945.
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68. This game-changing camera became the king of the home video market. A true icon of the 60s onwards. It's name?

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  1. The Roll-a-Ton 580
  2. Super 8/8mm Handheld Video Camera
  3. Nikon Handy
  4. Fuji Insta-ram
Trendy again in certain circles, in 2014 the first new Super 8mm camera in 30 years was released by the Danish company Logmar Camera Solutions.
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69. An estimated six million fans are still involved with this hobby, but these communication machines used to be super popular. Can you name it?

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  1. Talking Dot
  2. LamB Radio
  3. YT-2400 Buzz
  4. HAM Radio
Amateur radio is officially represented and coordinated by the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU), which is organized in three regions and has as its members the national amateur radio societies which exist in most countries.
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70. Which of the following was the codename for the US’ first hydrogen bomb?

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  1. Ivy Mike
  2. Scarlet Witch
  3. Whiplash
  4. The Tunguska Trick
The United States detonated the world’s first hydrogen bomb on November 1st, 1952, near the Marshall Islands.
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