Remember When Trivia for Seniors
Trivia & Facts

Remember When Trivia for Seniors (How Much You Can Remember?)

Stroll down memory lane with our remember when trivia for seniors. It was sent to our Suddenly Senior Trivia Central by our loyal readership. Disney Movie Trivia Questions and Answers How Many Trivia Questions Can You Answer? 1. Every day more money is printed for the game Monopoly than for the US Treasury. A. TRUE…

Radio Trivia Quiz
Trivia & Facts

Radio Trivia Quiz: Sounds of Yesteryear

First of a Series on Radio Trivia Quiz questions… Enjoy our collection of senior radio trivia quiz questions. We hope this brings back some memories and makes you smile. Read our First Grade and the Philco Radio story for more radio nostalgia. Check our 2nd series: Radio Trivia Quiz: Horses and Horror on the Radio….

Radio Trivia Quiz: Horses and Horror
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Radio Trivia Quiz: Horses and Horror on the Radio

#2 in a Series on Old-Time Radio Trivia Take a walk down Memory Lane and take our radio trivia. True Crime, Mysteries and Horror – 1930s to 1950s Trivia 1. THE SHADOW, debuted 1930. The show was based on a series of novels entitled “SHADOW“ by Walter Gibson. Contrary to the title, the show had…

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Fifth Annual Geezer Test! Are You “Older Than Dirt?”

Forget your glasses when they’re on your forehead? Bet you can remember your second grade teacher’s name. If you can’t remember your current phone number but know the earned run average of 1940s baseball player, this is the quiz for you! 1. In the ’50s, if you had a flat rear tire, you often had…

1940s Trivia
Nostalgia Trivia & Facts

1940s Trivia: Get Ready to Test Your Knowledge and Memory!

Our 1940s trivia will test your knowledge of WW2. Once again, the world was engaged in war. We collected ration tokens, washed out and saved our tin cans, and way too many windows framed Gold Star flags. See how much you can recall. 1940s Trivia 1. In 1943 the world’s largest office building was completed….

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