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Forgetting things, lately? You too, huh? Here’s your chance for redemption. Twenty questions that prove once and for all whether you’re older than dirt.
Hey Jude, Take A Walk In Strawberry Fields. Just how good is your failing memory of the Fab Four.
Take a stroll down radio’s memory lane. This “Older Than Dirt” Suddenly Senior Trivia Quiz will show you how much you remember!
Yet another chance to prove that you’re “Older than Dirt.” Remember Liz Taylor’s love life, Brando’s “Stellaaaa,” old Blue Eye’s marriages?
OK, OLD TIMER. You think you remember it all, the Korean War, McCarthy, Elizabeth’s coronation, Khrushchev’s shoe, Elvis, fins, Sputnik, hula hoops and Barbie dolls. Let’s see how good you really are!
How’s your memory today? We won’t even ask you to recall long-gone radio personalities. (Maybe next time!) Just a few famous TV cops from the ’50s to last season’s NYPD Blue. Just the facts, Ma’am.
Remember “Gang Busters?” How about “The Inner Sanctum?” If these jog your brain cells, you should do well on this new Suddenly Trivia for Seniors Quiz.
More taxing of the old noggin, seeing if there’s anything there from the ’40s and ’50s.
Here’s your chance to prove that your memory’s (almost) intact.
What do Sparkle Plenty, Lou Costello, Fibber McGee, Trigger, Doris Day, Black Jack Chewing Gum, 10¢ War Bond Saving Stamps, and Pinocchio have in common? They’re all part of this week’s Suddenly Senior Trivia Quiz. See how YOU do.
Yet another chance to prove that your memory’s (somewhat) intact. Victory Gardens, telephone party lines, blue bulbs, old Studebakers, and how “The gals will all pursue ya.” It’s all here in the 203 search for those “Older Than Dirt!”
We know how you did on the 3rd Annual Quiz. Here’s your chance to redeem yourself and prove that all those who say that your memory’s gone are only half right.
We know how you did on the 3rd Annual quiz! And you thought that you knew something. Ha! This one tests your memory of old ads from the ’40s and ’50s. Prove that you still have a bit of memory left.
If you can’t remember your current phone number but know the earned run average of a 1940s baseball player or your 2nd-grade teacher’s name, this is the quiz for you!
A different look at the best films of all time. Will you recognize them? Take this trivia for seniors quiz and found out.
Online Trivia Quizzes for Seniors
Remember all of those episodes of Family Feud you watched? See if you remember any of the answers!
Ready for round two of Family Feud?
You’ve made it this far…go for round 3 of Family Feud!
Round 4 of Family Feud!
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