Can You Pass The Ultimate 70’s Nostalgia Quiz?

It's time to find out if you've got what it takes to pass the ultimate 70's nostalgia quiz! It may not be as simple as you think! Embark on this quiz and discover just how far your 70's knowledge goes.
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The television series "Barney Miller" premiered in 1975. What was Barney Miller's occupation in the show?
He was a bartender
He was a physician
He was a policeman
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Which of the following was NOT a Watergate figure that was sentenced to jail for conspiracy?
Sam Ervin
J.C. Eichelman
Kenneth Parkinson
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Robert Ringer was known for his non-fiction book on "winning." What means did his book recommend in order to achieve winning?
Power
Intimdiation
Charm
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Whose album "Still Crazy After All These Years" won the Grammy for Album of the Year?
Elton John
Bob Dylan
Paul Simon
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Who became Vice President of the United States in 1974?
Gerald Ford
Nelson Rockefeller
Walter Mondale
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Who was involved in the "Thrilla' in Manila?
Arthur Ashe
Evil Knievel
Muhammad Ali
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Jimmy Hoffa disappeared on July 30, 1975. Where was the last place Hoffa was seen?
A casino
A restaurant
A hotel lobby
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Who became the first college football player to win the Heisman Trophy twice?
Lynn Swann
O.J. Simpson
Archie Griffin
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What did Sarah Jane Moore and Lynette Fromme have in common?
Space shuttle
Bank of America
Gerald Ford
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Erma Bombeck had a non-fiction best seller in 1976. Where did Erma say that the grass is greener?
On television
Over the septic tank
In the niehbor's yard
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What name was given to Saigon, the former capital of South Vietnam?
Tet City
Ho Chi Minh City
Hanoi
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"Apple" was started in a California garage in 1976 by two men named Steve. Everyone knows Jobs, but what who was the other guy?
Gates
Wozniak
Martin
Result
This quiz revealed that you're a bit of a 1970s novice! Though you may love the 1970s and the culture/history that emerged, you're a bit confused when it comes to this decade. Fret not, at least you learned something new with this quiz!

C+, 1970s Novice

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are 1970s nifty! You had no problem at all passing this 1970s nostalgia quiz, in fact, you excelled! Go ahead and brag a little, you've certainly earned it.

B+, 1970s Nifty

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are 1970s masterful! It's obvious that you know the 1970s the way few people can. This decade holds a special place in your heart and odds are it always will. You passed this quiz with flying colors!

A+, 1970s Masterful

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1
The television series "Barney Miller" premiered in 1975. What was Barney Miller's occupation in the show?
He was a bartender
He was a physician
He was a policeman
2
Which of the following was NOT a Watergate figure that was sentenced to jail for conspiracy?
Sam Ervin
J.C. Eichelman
Kenneth Parkinson
3
Robert Ringer was known for his non-fiction book on "winning." What means did his book recommend in order to achieve winning?
Power
Intimdiation
Charm
4
Whose album "Still Crazy After All These Years" won the Grammy for Album of the Year?
Elton John
Bob Dylan
Paul Simon
5
Who became Vice President of the United States in 1974?
Gerald Ford
Nelson Rockefeller
Walter Mondale
6
Who was involved in the "Thrilla' in Manila?
Arthur Ashe
Evil Knievel
Muhammad Ali
7
Jimmy Hoffa disappeared on July 30, 1975. Where was the last place Hoffa was seen?
A casino
A restaurant
A hotel lobby
8
Who became the first college football player to win the Heisman Trophy twice?
Lynn Swann
O.J. Simpson
Archie Griffin
9
What did Sarah Jane Moore and Lynette Fromme have in common?
Space shuttle
Bank of America
Gerald Ford
10
Erma Bombeck had a non-fiction best seller in 1976. Where did Erma say that the grass is greener?
On television
Over the septic tank
In the niehbor's yard
11
What name was given to Saigon, the former capital of South Vietnam?
Tet City
Ho Chi Minh City
Hanoi
12
"Apple" was started in a California garage in 1976 by two men named Steve. Everyone knows Jobs, but what who was the other guy?
Gates
Wozniak
Martin