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The Who



All in the Family


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Laverne and Shirley

Welcome Back Kotter


  • I was born in 1927 in Dayton, Ohio.
  • I became a writer and humorist whose witty observations made ordinary, everyday life laughable and colorful.
  • My talents began shining brightly early on as a humor columnist in my junior high school’s newspaper.
  • My actual career really took flight in the 1960s with a humor column that first appeared in a local paper and then was syndicated in many newspapers across the country.
  •  Kettering-Oakwood Times, eventually went national through a newspaper syndicate. Initially her work appeared in a few dozen papers, but that number grew to hundreds over the next few years
  • I also wrote for magazines like Good Housekeeping, Reader's Digest, Redbook and McCall's.
  • I was a regular contributor on Good Morning America for more than a decade.
  • I authored several popular books, including best sellers and had a short-lived television series as well.


The Godfather


Jonathan Livingston Seagull

A Clockwork Orange

Earth, Wind, and Fire

The Bee Gees


8. Which popular rock band made their first television appearance on "Paul Lynde's Halloween Special" in 1974?

Barney Miller

Three's Company

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5. PL + “substance that can react with and sometimes dissolve other materials” = Calm and not easily upset

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7. This television show featured a “cool” guy who only had to snap his fingers to be surrounded by girls. What was the name of his series?

Police Woman

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7. PL + “Small animal with brown fur, short legs, and a long tail that eats fish” = Someone who makes a secret plan to do something

4. PL + “the outside limit of an object, area, or surface” = Formal promise or agreement

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1. PL + “help, support, or assistance” = A pattern of different colored straight lines crossing each other at 90° angles

​​​2. PL + “at a lower level than or below”= To pillage and steal goods, usually violently

Riddle Me This...

1. I have branches yet I have no leaves, no trunk and no fruit. What am I?


​The following picture puzzles represent a word, phrase or saying. Can you decipher each cryptic message?

​The people described below are well known individuals from different walks of life. They may or may not still be with us, but all have made an impression. Can you solve the mystery of their identities?


  • I was born on in 1890 in England
  • My family was filled with entertainers, including my mother who was an actress and my father who was a theatre manager.
  • My dream since a child was to be a comedian and make people laugh, and I accomplished the goal.
  • While performing in a vaudeville act, I became Charlie Chaplin's understudy.
  • You know me as half of a famous comedy duo, who had great comic timing and appeared in short films and feature films.
  • Our comedy duo appeared on the cover of the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album.
  • In 1961, I received a Lifetime Achievement Academy Award for my work in comedy.
  • You may have seen 2018 movie about us, in which I was played by played by comedian Steve Coogan, and my partner was played by actor John C. Reilly.


Add the letters “PL” in front of the word described in each of the following puzzles to come up with the puzzle’s one-word answer.

PL+ Word Game

Think you watched lots of television, films, and listed to lots of music in the 1970s? Let's see how much you remember about entertainment in the '70s.

Who am I?

Fun and Games

8. PL + “to become less severe, difficult, unpleasant, painful, etc.” = to cause someone to feel happy and/or satisfied



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3. In 1970, what song won the Grammy for Record of the Year?

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Is That All There Is

Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In

Spinning Wheel

​A Boy Named Sue

2. What movie won the 1972 Oscar for Best Picture?

6. What television show won the Emmy in 1978 for Outstanding Comedy Series?

What's Happening

Happy Days





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Wacky Word Puzzles

​3. PL + “to consume food” = A permanent fold made in the cloth

​​6. PL + “colorful flower related to the daisy” = Substance used for coating walls and ceilings

4. In 1971, "The NBC Mystery Movie" showcased several original television Three of the most popular programs were "Columbo," "McMillan and Wife," and which other police drama?

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5. Which of the following 1970 films was NOT based on a best-selling book?

1. An astounding 5 of the 8 bestselling songs of 1978 were released by siblings with what last name?

3. I have no doors but I have keys, I have no rooms but I do have a space, you can enter but you can never leave. What am I?

​​2. I can be liquid or solid, sometimes I bubble and you can find me in every home. What am I?



  • I was born in 1949 in New York.
  • In 1972,I was part of the first graduating class of the famed Julliard School’s Drama Division.
  • I am best known for my work in stage musicals, but I’ve been in movies and appeared on television as well.
  • I was a member of The Acting Company, a national touring repertory troupe founded by actor and producer John Houseman.
  • I have won both Grammy and Tony Awards and was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame.
  • You may remember my starring role on the television series “Life Goes On” from 1989 to1993.
  • I’ve appeared on many other TV shows, including Army Wives, Frazier, Law & Order, Will & Grace, Ugly Betty, Oz, 30 Rock, Girls (as herself), and American Horror Story… just to name a few.
  • I often perform in well-attended solo shows and have sold out at Carnegie Hall.


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'70s Entertainment Trivia