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Can You Pass A 1960s Trivia Blitz?

Do you think you know the 1960s better than most? It’s time to put your knowledge of this decade to the test in this 1960s trivia blitz!

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Who wrote and published the classic novel, Catch-22 in 1961?
Ray Bradbury
George Orwell
Joseph Heller

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In what year did Elvis Presley return to civilian life after spending two years in the Army?
1960
1962
1961

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One of the first known computer video games was invented in 1962. What was it called?
Tetris
Spacewar
Pong

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The Touch Tone telephone was introduced in what year?
1959
1960
1963

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In what city were the 1964 Summer Olympics held?
Tokyo
Munich
Los Angeles

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What was the most popular baby girl's name in 1965?
Patricia
Susan
Lisa

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Who played the role of Norman Bates in the 1960 horror movie, "Psycho?"
Cary Grant
Anthony Perkins
James Stewart

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What science fiction TV series created by icon Gene Roddenberry made its debut in 1966?
Star Trek
The Twilight Zone
X-Files

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What well-known and beloved board game made its modern day version debut in 1960?
Sorry
Operation
The Game of LIfe

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Norma Jean Baker died of a barbiturate overdose in 1962 at the age of 36. By what name is she better known by?
Audrey Hepburn
Marilyn Monroe
Sharon Tate

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Who was the US president in 1967?
Gerald Ford
Richard Nixon
Lyndon B. Johnson

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What famous band arrived from England at the JFK Airport in February of 1964?
The Who
The Beatles
The Rolling Stones

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are blitz brainy! While you didn't pass this 1960s quiz blitz with flying colors, you still managed to get a few answers right. Hey, the 1960s were a long time ago. It's rare to remember every detail of a decade long gong. Study up and try again soon!

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are blitz bright! When it comes to the 1960s, you are a difficult person to stump. You know this iconic decade inside and out. From the culture to the history, you've got the 1960s down!

A+, Blitz Brilliant

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are totally blitz brilliant! It's clear that the 1960s are near and dear to your heart. There's no getting information by you when it comes to this iconic decade in American history. From politics to culture, you know it all. Well done!
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1
Who wrote and published the classic novel, Catch-22 in 1961?
Ray Bradbury
George Orwell
Joseph Heller
2
In what year did Elvis Presley return to civilian life after spending two years in the Army?
1960
1962
1961
3
One of the first known computer video games was invented in 1962. What was it called?
Tetris
Spacewar
Pong
4
The Touch Tone telephone was introduced in what year?
1959
1960
1963
5
In what city were the 1964 Summer Olympics held?
Tokyo
Munich
Los Angeles
6
What was the most popular baby girl's name in 1965?
Patricia
Susan
Lisa
7
Who played the role of Norman Bates in the 1960 horror movie, "Psycho?"
Cary Grant
Anthony Perkins
James Stewart
8
What science fiction TV series created by icon Gene Roddenberry made its debut in 1966?
Star Trek
The Twilight Zone
X-Files
9
What well-known and beloved board game made its modern day version debut in 1960?
Sorry
Operation
The Game of LIfe
10
Norma Jean Baker died of a barbiturate overdose in 1962 at the age of 36. By what name is she better known by?
Audrey Hepburn
Marilyn Monroe
Sharon Tate
11
Who was the US president in 1967?
Gerald Ford
Richard Nixon
Lyndon B. Johnson
12
What famous band arrived from England at the JFK Airport in February of 1964?
The Who
The Beatles
The Rolling Stones

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