The 1970s were an active time in the cosmetics world, as "style" changed from hippie to glam to punk to disco. Here are 10 questions about some of the most popular brands and products of that decade, and a score of 6 or better earns you a win. Good luck!
Just about everyone knows that Sam Adams is made in Boston, and that Anchor Steam hails from San Francisco. Inspired by these venerable pint-o-neers, the craft-beer movement has filtered into all corners of the country. Tell us where the following brews are made, and we'll tell you a fun little fact about each one. (And if your favorite local brewery wasn't included, leave us a suggestion for the sequel.)
In an interview with the New York Times magazine, Christopher Walken said, ''I'm a terrible analyzer of what will be good. 'Whatever I think the outcome is going to be, I'm always wrong.'' One look at his resume shows just how right he is. Of the terrible movies in this quiz, can you identify which ones Walken was in?
DID YOU KNOW? Marlon Brando hated memorizing lines so much that he posted cue cards everywhere to help him get through scenes.
He even asked for lines to be written on an actress's posterior. (That request was denied.)