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Do you know these classic sandwiches by their recipes?
It's the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Was this a No. 1 television show in the 1950s, the 1960s or the 1970s?
Try to place these top-rated titles into the correct decade!
Can you match these mascots to the correct breakfast cereal brands?
You definitely know Tony the Tiger but do you know Linus the Lionhearted?
Can you spot which of these popular movies are based on novels?
Avid reader or avid film-lover, show off your trivia smarts!
Can you recognize these illustrated stars on the cover of TV Guide in 1973?
Try to spot Seventies celebrities in painted form.
How well do you remember the first episode of The Andy Griffith Show?
Andy was perfection from the premiere — but can you stay perfect?
Do you agree with these fashion rules?
To mix patterns or not to mix patterns, that is the question.
Who did it: The Flintstones or the Beatles?
Can you tell the difference between Fred and the Fab Four?
Can you rock this big, big Flintstones trivia quiz?
It's a yabba-dabba-doozy.
Quick – can you I.D. who the Flintstones are based on?
Do you know who inspired your favorite character?
Where in America are they driving in these TV show opening credits?
Can you guess these Gene Wilder movies by their posters?
He was a Broadway producer, a mad scientist, and a hostage in these amazing movies.
Can you guess the names of these characters on 'The Brady Bunch'?
We all know the names of the Brady kids. What about these memorable characters?
Can you answer these real Jeopardy! questions about The Brady Bunch?
Sure beats questions about geography.
Can you finish the lyrics to this famous song from Singin' in the Rain?
Everybody ready to do a back-flip off of a wall? Just kidding!
Can you complete the titles of these classic newspaper comic strips?
Time to get down to funny (pages) business.
Pick: Which song would you listen to on the radio in 1974?
Time to get funky. Or not. It's your choice!But in 1974, funk music reigned supreme on the radio
Can you guess what these vintage Public Service Announcements were about?
Remember Bert the Turtle and Mr. Yuk?
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