Do You Remember 1970s Culture?

The culture of the 1970s was chock of full of iconic music, movies, and figures. Do you remember the culture that made this decade so unique? Embark on this 1970s trivia quiz and discover how much you remember about this decade in time!
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Who was the president of the United States at the end of the Vietnam War?
Richard Nixon
Jimmy Carter
Gerald Ford
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Which film was the quote, "I love the smell of napalm in the morning" from?
Platoon
Apocalypse Now
Groundhog Day
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Who provided the voice for Darth Vader in Star Wars?
James Earl Jones
Jeff Bennett
George Lucas
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Actor Bruce Lee died days before the release of which film?
Fist of Fury
Enter the Dragon
A Long Walk
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What was "The Rumble In The Jungle"?
A boxing match
an earthquake
A volcanic eruption
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Which American heiress was kidnapped by Symbionese Liberation Army?
Dusty Springfield
Patty Hearst
Jane Rockefeller
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What natural resource crisis happened during the 1970s?
Oil
Coal
Gas
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Who became the first female prime minister of Britain in 1979?
Elizabeth Windsor
Margaret Thatcher
Angela Merkle
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Who hosted the new "Price Is Right?"
Bob Barker
Dean Martin
Jim Wheelihan
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What TV show debuted in 1972 to become one of the most popular TV shows of all time?
Charlies Angels
All in the Family
M.A.S.H.
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Which rock icon met with President Richard Nixon in 1970?
Mick Jagger
Keith Moon
Elvis Presley
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Which college football team died when its plane crashed into a mountain in 1970?
Penn State
Marshall
Duke
Result
When it comes to the culture and history of the 1970s, you seem to have forgotten much of what made this decade so unique. Don't worry, even though you didn't pass this quiz, you took a nice stroll down memory lane. Did you learn anything new? Then you didn't really fail!

C+, Culture Clueless

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Right!
You're as keen on the culture of the 1970s as one can possibly be! Not only did you obviously grow up in this decade, but you understand just how impactful the events of these ten years truly were on the world at large. Go you!

B+, 1970s Culture Keen

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You're a total 1970s culture whiz! It's obvious that you know your 1970s culture and history in a way that few people can. From the gas crisis to the Hearst kidnapping, you remember every iconic moment that made this decade such a standout moment in time!

A+, 1970s Culture Whiz

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1
Who was the president of the United States at the end of the Vietnam War?
Richard Nixon
Jimmy Carter
Gerald Ford
2
Which film was the quote, "I love the smell of napalm in the morning" from?
Platoon
Apocalypse Now
Groundhog Day
3
Who provided the voice for Darth Vader in Star Wars?
James Earl Jones
Jeff Bennett
George Lucas
4
Actor Bruce Lee died days before the release of which film?
Fist of Fury
Enter the Dragon
A Long Walk
5
What was "The Rumble In The Jungle"?
A boxing match
an earthquake
A volcanic eruption
6
Which American heiress was kidnapped by Symbionese Liberation Army?
Dusty Springfield
Patty Hearst
Jane Rockefeller
7
What natural resource crisis happened during the 1970s?
Oil
Coal
Gas
8
Who became the first female prime minister of Britain in 1979?
Elizabeth Windsor
Margaret Thatcher
Angela Merkle
9
Who hosted the new "Price Is Right?"
Bob Barker
Dean Martin
Jim Wheelihan
10
What TV show debuted in 1972 to become one of the most popular TV shows of all time?
Charlies Angels
All in the Family
M.A.S.H.
11
Which rock icon met with President Richard Nixon in 1970?
Mick Jagger
Keith Moon
Elvis Presley
12
Which college football team died when its plane crashed into a mountain in 1970?
Penn State
Marshall
Duke