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What Do You Know About 1950s Entertainment?
This Quiz Tests You On Movies, Music, Television, And All The Stars
Let’s rock and roll!
We’re not sure what the best expressions for “Let’s get started!” and “Let’s get moving!” were before rock and roll music became popular, but we’re sure glad that the expression — and the music — exists.
Rock and roll music was one of the great contributions of the 1950s. Where would our culture be without Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, and so many others? If you want to learn about this era or test your knowledge about this era or play a game against a friend who is also a rock and roll fan, the Trivia Boss game “How Well Will You Fare In The Ultimate 1950s Challenge?” is the game for you!
And this game is about way, way………………..way more than music. The 1950s was also a golden era for television — the first decade that a large percentage of Americans had a television. You can relive those days if you’re old enough or learn about what your parents or grandparents experienced if you’re not. In this game, you can look at photos of 1950s shows and identify them. Perhaps, the game will spur you to find and watch shows like “I Love Lucy” and “Leave It to Beaver.”
And there’s more in this game — way more! The 1950s was also a great decade for movies. Alfred Hitchcock directed several great movies during that decade. This quiz has lots of information on those movies as well as information about stars like Marlon Brando, James Stewart, and John Wayne.
Do you want to learn more about 1950s music, movies, and television? Let’s get started! Or should I say let’s rock and roll!