For those who admit to being there!
1. "Kookie; Kookie. Lend me your ________."
2. The "battle cry" of the hippies in the sixties was "Turn on; tune in; ________."
3. After the Lone Ranger saved the day and rode off into the sunset, the grateful citizens would ask, "Who was that masked man?" Invariably,someone would answer, "I don't know, but he left this behind." What did he leave behind?
4. Folk songs were played side by side with rock and roll. One of the most memorable folk songs included these lyrics: "When the rooster crows at the break of dawn, look out your window and I'll be gone. You're the reason I'm traveling on, ________."
5. A group of protesters arrested at the Democratic convention in Chicago in 1968 achieved cult status, and were known as the ________________.
6. When the Beatles first came to the US in early 1964, we all watched them on the ________ Show.
7. Some who protested the Vietnam war did so by burning their ________.
8. We all learned to read using the same books. We read about the thrilling lives and adventures of Dick and Jane. What was the name of Dick and Jane's dog?
9. The cute, little car with the engine in the back and the trunk (what there was of it) in the front, was called the VW. What other name(s) did it go by?
10. A Broadway musical and movie gave us the gang names the _______ and the________.
11. In the seventies, we called the dropout nonconformists "hippies." But in the early sixties, they were known as ________.
12. William Bendix played Chester A. Riley, who always seemed to get the short end of the stick in the television program, "The Life of Riley." At the end of each show, poor Chester would turn to the camera and exclaim, "What
13. "Get your kicks, ________."
14. "The story you are about to see is true. The names have been changed ________."
15. The real James Bond, Sean Connery, mixed his martinis a special way:
16. "In the jungle, the mighty jungle, ________."
17. That "adult" book by Henry Miller - the one that contained all the "dirty" dialogue was called ________.
18. Today, the math geniuses in school might walk around with a calculator strapped to their belt. But back in the sixties, members of the math club used a ________.
19. In 1971, singer Don MacLean sang a song about "the day the music died." This was a reference and tribute to ________.
20. A well known television commercial featured a driver who was miraculously lifted through thin air and into the front seat of a convertible. The matching slogan was "Let Hertz ________."
21. After the twist, the mashed potato, and the watusi, we "danced" under a stick that was lowered as low as we could go in a dance called ________.
22. "N-E-S-T-L-E-S; Nestles makes the very best ________."
22b. For two extra points, what was the dog's name? ________
23. In the late sixties, the "full figure" style of Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe gave way to the "trim" look, as first exemplified by British model________.
24. Satchmo was America's "ambassador of goodwill." Our parents shared this great jazz trumpet player with us. His name was ________.
25. On Jackie Gleason's variety show in the sixties, one of the most popular segments was "Joe, the Bartender." Joe's regular visitor at the bar was that slightly off center, but lovable, character, _________. (The character's name, not the actor's.)
26. We can remember the first satellite placed into orbit. The Russians did it;
it was called ________.
27. What "takes a licking and keeps on ticking"? _______
28. One of the big fads of the late fifties and sixties was a large plastic ring that we twirled around our waist; it was called the ________.
29. The "Age of Aquarius" was brought into the mainstream in the Broadway musical ________.
30. This is a two-parter: Red Skelton's hobo character (not the hayseed; the hobo) was ________. Red ended his television show by saying, "Good night, ________."