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Trivia Quiz - What Year Did It Happen? #10


What year did these things happen?

Quiz Number: 1956
Date Submitted: December 30, 2007
Quiz Categories: What Year Did It Happen?
Quiz Type: General Quiz
Author: BubblyJolie
Average Score: 28.2 percent
Times Taken: 136 times
Taken by Registered Users: 12

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1. Holden Caulfield is the new anti-hero for young people as "Catcher in the Rye" is published:
  A.   1951
  B.   1975
  C.   1970
  D.   1982

2. Oklahoma becomes the first state to legalize artificial insemination:
  A.   1984
  B.   1987
  C.   1967
  D.   1974

3. Two of the Marx brothers, Gummo and Groucho die in the same year:
  A.   1977
  B.   1968
  C.   1974
  D.   1989

4. Yul Brynner becomes a star as "The King and I" opens Broadway to rave reviews and audience cheers:
  A.   1967
  B.   1961
  C.   1955
  D.   1951

5. General Foods markets the first freeze dried coffee:
  A.   1964
  B.   1977
  C.   1975
  D.   1958

6. Set in a medieval monastery, Umberto Eco's, "The Name of the Rose," is a unlikely bestseller:
  A.   1986
  B.   1969
  C.   1983
  D.   1985

7. The first U.S. weather satellite is launched to aid forecasters' predictions:
  A.   1973
  B.   1960
  C.   1965
  D.   1964

8. New York Yankees Reggie Jackson hits three home runs in the final game of the World Series:
  A.   1977
  B.   1966
  C.   1978
  D.   1969

9. Actor Bela Lugosi dies at the age of 73 and is buried in his Dracula cape:
  A.   1954
  B.   1967
  C.   1956
  D.   1965

10. The Broadway musical, "A Chorus Line," wins the Pulitzer Prize in Drama:
  A.   1988
  B.   1971
  C.   1984
  D.   1976


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