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Entertainment by Decade Trivia Quizzes

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Are you particularly nostalgic? Take a look back through the decades and see which years most appeal to you. Were you a sixties child? Did you grow up in the 1980s? Quizzes here look at film, television, music, and even video games from each era. Enjoy!
89 quizzes and 1,246 trivia questions.
The 1940s The 1940s (6 quizzes)
The 1950s The 1950s (8)
The 1960s The 1960s (12)
The 1970s The 1970s (11)
The 1980s The 1980s (25)
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Classification Quiz
 10 Qns
Sort the items into whether they occurred in the 1980s or the 1990s. This is when they first appeared or occurred, not necessarily when they were most popular so if they occur in both decades, it would go in the 1980s, not the 1990s.
Average, 10 Qns, Ilona_Ritter, Dec 25 23
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Dec 25 23
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trivia question Quick Question
The last television advertisement for which product ran on the "Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" on January 1, 1971?

From Quiz "1970s All American Entertainment"

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