How Much Do You Know About Life In The 70s?

Only someone who truly grew up in the 1970s could ever pass this epic 70s quiz. Are you up for the challenge? Let's find out just how 70's savvy you truly are!
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How much was the price of admission (for one) when Disney World opened in Orlando in 1971?
$3.50
$5.30
$10.50
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In 1975, we met the first Pet Rocks. Where did they come from?
California
Mexico
Argentina
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Which popular '70s movie WASN'T directed by Steven Spielberg?
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Jaws
Animal House
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True or false: Burt Reynolds turned down the role of Han Solo in "Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope."
True
False
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Who did American Bobby Fischer defeat to become the new world chess champion in 1972?
Mikhail Tal
Garry Kasparov
Boris Spassky
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Where was the most serious nuclear accident to happen in the U.S.?
Three Mile Island
Browns Ferry
Davis Besse
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True or false: Mobile phones have only been around since 1973.
True
False
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Which first lady went by the citizens band radio handle "First Mama"?
Betty Ford
Pat Nixon
Rosalyn Carter
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Is it true that Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison all died in 1970 at age 27?
Yes
No
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Which soda had the slogan "the thirst crusher"?
7UP
Rondo
TAB
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In which year was the world's first "test-tube baby" born?
1974
1976
1978
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On Happy Days, what animal did Fonzie jump his motorcycle over?
A shark
A dog
A cat
Result
Uh-oh, based on the results of this quiz, it's clear that you didn't grow up in the 1970s. While you may love this era for the amount of culture it offered the world, you're still slow when it comes to the events and history that made this decade great. Study up and try again soon!

C+, 1970's Life Listless

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Based on the results of this quiz, you know and love life the in the 1970s the way only a true 70's child could. While you may have forgotten a few key facts and moments, you're pretty much an expert on this iconic decade in history.

B+, 1970's Life Lover

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Go ahead and give yourself a pat on the back! When it comes to the 1970s, you truly know your stuff. From the historical events to the pop culture, you know that there will never be another decade in history quite like this one.

A+, 1970's Master

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1
How much was the price of admission (for one) when Disney World opened in Orlando in 1971?
$3.50
$5.30
$10.50
2
In 1975, we met the first Pet Rocks. Where did they come from?
California
Mexico
Argentina
3
Which popular '70s movie WASN'T directed by Steven Spielberg?
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Jaws
Animal House
4
True or false: Burt Reynolds turned down the role of Han Solo in "Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope."
True
False
5
Who did American Bobby Fischer defeat to become the new world chess champion in 1972?
Mikhail Tal
Garry Kasparov
Boris Spassky
6
Where was the most serious nuclear accident to happen in the U.S.?
Three Mile Island
Browns Ferry
Davis Besse
7
True or false: Mobile phones have only been around since 1973.
True
False
8
Which first lady went by the citizens band radio handle "First Mama"?
Betty Ford
Pat Nixon
Rosalyn Carter
9
Is it true that Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison all died in 1970 at age 27?
Yes
No
10
Which soda had the slogan "the thirst crusher"?
7UP
Rondo
TAB
11
In which year was the world's first "test-tube baby" born?
1974
1976
1978
12
On Happy Days, what animal did Fonzie jump his motorcycle over?
A shark
A dog
A cat