Question: Which woman became famous for making a solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean?
Answer: Emelia Earhart
Question: At what age can you start to receive Social Security retirement benefits in the US?
Question: If you were born in 1955, how old would you be today (2022)?
Answer: 67 years old
Question: What kind of skirt was fashionable in the 1960s?
Answer: Mini Skirt
Question: In which film did Humphrey Bogart say, "We'll always have Paris?"
Question: In 1955, a woman refused to give up her seat on a bus in Alabama. What was her name?
Answer: Rosa Parks
Question: Who was the first person of color in the US to make commercial records?
Answer: George Washington Johnson
Question: What were the Three Stooges’ names?
Answer: Moe, Larry & Curly
Question: Who was the British fashion designer that invented the miniskirt in 1964?
Answer: Mary Quant
Question: In 1972, which Olympic athlete set a record by winning 7 gold medals?
Answer: Mark Spitz
Question: What was the name of the first novel that was ever written using a typewriter?
Answer: Tom Sawyer
Question: What famous actress married baseball player Joe DiMaggio 1954?
Answer: Marilyn Monroe
Question: A masterly stroke is sometimes called a 'tour de WHAT'?
Question: What was the brand behind the first commercial for TV dinners?
Question: Bob Dylan said you should not trust people over a certain age. What age was that?
Question: Which blood type is known as the universal donor?
Answer: O Negative
Question: What famous explorer was the first to climb Mount Everest in 1953?
Answer: Sir Edmund Hillary
Question: What did boxer Cassius Clay choose to change his name to?
Answer: Muhammad Ali
Question: What year did the Beatles officially disband?
Question: Which famous singer of the 40s and 50s had the nickname 'Ol' Blue Eyes'?
Answer: Frank Sinatra
Question: Which member of the royal family became head of state in Great Britain in 1953?
Answer: Queen Elizabeth II
Question: Who was the popular ’50s TV figure on the first nationally televised American children’s TV program?
Answer: Howdy Doody
Question: What disease did Dr. Jonas Salk create a vaccine for in 1952?
Question: What did the U.S. Postal Service add in 1963 that is part of every address today?
Answer: Zip codes
Question: Whose death postponed the 1968 Oscars for 48-hours and led to huge civil unrest in the US?
Answer: Martin Luther King, Jr.
Question: Which mountain did George Mallory want to climb 'because it is there'?
Answer: Mt. Everest
Question: What was the name of the assassin who was killed by Jack Ruby?
Answer: Lee Harvey Oswald
Question: Which famous actor says the iconic phrase 'you talkin' to me' in the 1976 movie Taxi Driver?
Answer: Robert De Niro
Question: Who was President of the United States from 1953 to 1961?
Answer: Dwight D. Eisenhower
Question: Who was the rising young star from the movie Rebel Without a Cause and Giant that died in an automobile accident in 1955?
Answer: James Dean
Question: What kind of accident rendered actor Christopher Reeves paralyzed?
Answer: Horseback riding
Question: Who was the first African-American man to serve on the Supreme Court?
Answer: Thurgood Marshall
Question: What is the capital of Norway?
Question: Who did Time Magazine name 'Man of the Year' in 1938?
Answer: Adolf Hitler
Question: Who wrote the "Star Spangled Banner"?
Answer: Francis Scott-Key
Question: Which president resigned in 1974 over the Watergate scandal?
Answer: Richard Nixon
Question: What was the name of the 1942 classic movie starring Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart?
Question: Who became Premier of the Soviet Union in 1958?
Answer: Nikita Khrushchev
Question: Which actress, whose career spanned from the 30s to the 80s, has won the most Academy Awards?
Answer: Katharine Hepburn
Question: Which 1960s heartthrob made their Broadway debut in 1953?
Answer: Paul Newman
Question: In 1960, someone used a U-2 plane for spying and was imprisoned by Russia. Who did it?
Answer: Gary Powers
Question: Which political figure was released from prison in 1990 after serving 27-years?
Answer: Nelson Mandela
Question: From 1948 to 1971, a popular variety show was a hit on television. It remained on the air for more than two decades. Who hosted this show?
Answer: Ed Sullivan
Question: Who landed at 17 Cherry Tree Lane in a well-known and loved Walt Disney movie from 1964?
Answer: Mary Poppins
Question: What was a passion pit in the 1950s?
Answer: Drive-in Movie Theater
Question: Who overthrew Fulgencio Batista in 1959 and became dictator of Cuba?
Answer: Fidel Castro
Question: Racial segregation in schools becomes unconstitutional in what year?
Question: What act was implemented in 1964 that outlawed discrimination based on race, color, national origin, gender, or religion?
Answer: The Civil Rights Act
Question: In what year did the Woodstock Music Festival take place?
Question: What was the name of the Cleveland disc jockey who first used the term “Rock N Roll” in 1951?
Answer: Alan Freed