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QUESTIONS


  1. Hercules was the horse that pulled the cart from 1962 to 1974 in what top TV series?
  2. In the late-1960’s and early-1970’s the most revealing fashion for women was ____?
  3. Increasing numbers of young people in the 1960’s were encouraged to get fit and qualify for the ______?
  4. In 1969, the conductor Colin Davis omitted ‘Land of Hope and Glory’ from _______?
  5. David McCallum and Robert Vaughan played two secret agents in what 1965 TV series?
  6. What disposable item was welcomed by mothers with babies in the late-1960’s?
  7. ‘Happiness is a warm Puppy’ is a ‘Peanuts’ book, published in 1962, created by _______?
  8. In the late-1960’s aluminium cans began to be provided with ______?
  9. A little green man appears with this new type of road-crossing when the button is pressed. What is the name of this crossing introduced in 1969?
  10. In 1968, women’s white vinyl boots were skyrocketed into fashion by the film _________?
  11. Who famously sang “Happy Birthday” to President John F. Kennedy in 1962?
  12. In 1962, three inmates escaped from what “inescapable” prison?
  13. In the summer of 1969, several people were murdered by cult members led by which man?
  14. In 1962, Andy Warhol shocked the art world with an exhibit of his paintings of what?
  15. On June 16, 1963, Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman to travel in space. She spent almost three days in the Vostok 6 space capsule orbiting the Earth 48 times. Where was she from?
  16. Which classic science-fiction series began in 1966?
  17. In 1968, the spy ship USS Pueblo was captured by what country?
  18. What was the name of the first James Bond movie, released in 1962?
  19. In what year was the birth control pill approved by the FDA?
  20. Which actress won an Academy Award for Best Actress in 1964 for her portrayal of Mary Poppins?
  21. Who sang ‘Doo Wah Diddy’ in 1964?
  22. Which huge 1965 hit begun with the words ‘You never close your eyes’?
  23. Who played the lead in TV’s ‘The Prisoner’?
  24. Who succeeded Harold MacMillan as PM in 1963?
  25. Who sung about ‘Massachusetts’ in 1967?
  26. What was Long John Baldry’s big hit from 1967?
  27. What was the name of the Eskimo in the 1968 big Manfred Mann hit Song?
  28. Which member of The Monkees was British?
  29. What novelty song by The Scaffold went to No. 1 in 1969?
  30. Which Lennon/McCartney penned song topped the charts in 1968 for Mary Hopkin?
  31. Who went ‘Surfin’ USA’?
  32. Micky Dolenz found fame in which simian-sounding group?
  33. Who was ‘Crying in the Chapel’?
  34. Which Beatle’s hit starts ‘Dear Sir or Madam, will you read my book’?
  35. Brothers Barry, Maurice and Robin formed which Group?
  36. Who mocked the clothes conscious with ‘Dedicated Follower of Fashion’?
  37. Diana Ross fronted which Tamla Group?
  38. Which group loved Jennifer Eccles?
  39. Which part of her body did Sandy Shaw bare on stage?
  40. Who sang ‘Don’t Treat Me Like A Child’ while still at School?

ANSWERS


  1. Steptoe and Son
  2. Hot Pants
  3. Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
  4. The Last Night of the Proms
  5. The Man From U.N.C.L.E
  6. Disposable Nappies
  7. Charles M Schultz
  8. Ring-Pulls
  9. Pelican Crossing
  10. Barbarella
  11. Marilyn Monroe
  12. Alcatraz
  13. Charles Manson
  14. Soup Cans
  15. Soviet Union (Russia)
  16. Star Trek
  17. North Korea
  18. Dr No
  19. 1960
  20. Julie Andrews
  21. Manfred Mann
  22. You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling
  23. Patrick McGoohan
  24. Alec Douglas Home
  25. The Bee Gees
  26. Let The Heartaches Begin
  27. Quinn
  28. Davy Jones
  29. Lily The Pink
  30. Those Were The Days
  31. The Beach Boys
  32. Monkees
  33. Elvis Presley
  34. Paperback Writer
  35. The Bee Gees
  36. The Kinks
  37. Supremes
  38. The Hollies
  39. Her Feet
  40. Helen Shapiro