It was the decade of everything groovy and fun!
The '70s brought us a lot of pop culture. From hit music to hit movies and everything in between, the decade will always be a memorable one. It had style, attitude, and fun. What is your most memorable moment from the '70s?
Do you think you know which popular band broke up? What about which movies took over the Academy Awards? Maybe you can name the boxer who took down George Foreman. The '70s made for some big moments in pop culture that have and will be remembered for years to come.
Do you know which game console was released in the '70s? What about the most popular doll at the time? Can you name the most popular sitcom of the decade? The '70s were filled with firsts, world records and big stars that made names for themselves.
When thinking of the '70s, a lot comes to mind. It was a time of change and individuality. The decade brought us happy moments and some sad moments as well. So, if you think you're truly a '70s pop culture expert, you'll have no trouble acing this. What are you waiting for? See if you get nostalgic and take this quiz!
A Mini Cooper was used in "The Italian Job." It was a movie about a gold heist in which the Mini was featured.
The Watergate Scandal happened in 1972. It was so bad, that President Richard Nixon ultimately ended up resigning from his position.
'Ain't No Mountain High Enough' by Diana Ross was #1 in 1970. The song was first recorded by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell.
The Lite-Brite was a must-have toy in the '70s. Kids could make pictures or words using the colored pegs that could be stuck into the main light box.
Steven Spielberg's first true hit movie was "Jaws," which was released in 1975. The movie is now regarded as one of the best of all time.
Elvis Presley died in 1977 after suffering a heart attack at the age of 42. He has a lasting legacy in the world as the King of Rock and Roll.
'M*A*S*H' was a very popular television show in the '70s. It took place during the Korean War and revolved around the nurses and doctors who took care of the casualties.
Bruce Lee died in 1973. He was famous for his movies such as "Fist of Fury," as well as his incredible skills as a martial artist.
Muhammad Ali knocked out George Foreman in the historic boxing match known as 'Rumble in the Jungle.'
"Star Wars" first hit theaters in 1977. The release of the movie brought success to the franchise that it has managed to sustain up to today.
"Saturday Night Live" debuted in 1975. The television show continues to be produced today, although the cast has changed throughout the years.
Bell Bottoms were very fashionable in the '70s. The pants symbolized the era and you could see them everywhere, from the television screen to the streets around town.
Lava lamps were very popular in the '70s. The '70s were quite psychedelic and lava lamps were in during this era. Bright colors were trendy.
Disney World opened in 1971 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
'The Godfather' won big at the 1973 Academy Awards. The movie won many awards and was nominated for even more that year.
The Beatles announced their breakup in 1970. It was a sad day for all of their fans but the members each went on their own paths.
The first African-American to grace the cover of Vogue was Beverly Johnson. She has also been in a few movies and television shows throughout her career.
Jazz legend, Duke Ellington died in 1974. He was best known for his songs such as 'Take the 'A' Train' and 'Satin Doll.'
In 1974, Hank Aaron broke the home run record that had been set by Babe Ruth. Aaron broke Ruth's record when he hit his 715th home run.
The Atari 2600 was released in 1977. The games that you could play on the Atari 2600 included 'Street Racer' and 'Pac-Man' that are still loved today.
Stretch Armstrong was a toy filled with corn syrup. The doll was a wrestler-type figure that could be stretched from its original size.
The Walkman allowed people to take music with them wherever they went. It paved the way for the portable music devices that we still use today.
"All in the Family" was one of the most popular sitcoms of the 1970s. The show did extremely well and ran for nine seasons throughout the decade.
Jimi Hendrix died in 1970. The legendary guitarist was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and won many awards for his work.
Pong was popular in the '70s. The game was made by Atari and is similar to Ping Pong. The players try to score on each other or a computer.
The Village People got their name from Greenwich Village in New York City. The members of the band were also all from Greenwich Village.
'Le Freak' by Chic was #1on the charts in 1979. The song was inspired after one of the band members was denied into a club.
The Queen celebrated her Silver Jubilee in 1970. This marks the 25th anniversary since the monarch was crowned after the passing of her father.
Feathered hair was very popular in the 1970s. The hair was layered and brushed outwards. Many celebrities sported this look at the time.
Soul music gained popularity in the '70s. Artists like The Temptations and The Supremes dominated the charts and recorded memorable hits.
Platforms were fashionable in the '70s. The shoes have a history before the decade, but their popularity resurfaced during this time.
"The Flumps" was a very popular television show during the decade. The Flumps were a fun family with three children who went on adventures.
Barbie gained lots of popularity in the 1970s despite being invented in 1959. In the '70s, Barbies became a little more multi-cultural.
Collared shirts were very popular during the '70s. They were often meant to be worn at discos, which were also very popular at the time.
Mood Rings were popular in the '70s and were said to be able to tell what mood you were in. They changed color according to the person's body temperature.