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Was It 1985, 1986 or 1987? [VIDEOS]
Was It 1985, 1986 or 1987? [VIDEOS]
WHAT YEAR WAS IT? These songs were on the radio: 'St. Elmo’s Fire' (John Parr) 'Saving All My Love For You' (Whitney Houston) 'Part-Time Lover' (Stevie Wonder) These events were shaping the world: The cost of a dozen eggs: 96 cents. Lee Iacocca’s 'Iacocca: An Autobiography ' is on the best-selling list for 62 consecutive weeks. Three months after a new version of Coke is launched, the Coca-Co
Was It 1977, 1979 or 1981? [VIDEO]
Was It 1977, 1979 or 1981? [VIDEO]
WHAT YEAR WAS IT These songs were popular: 'Heart Of Glass' (Blondie) 'Sad Eyes' (Robert John) 'Babe' (Styx) These events were making headlines: Congress approves the creation of the Department of Education. A nuclear power plant accident occurs at Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania, releasing radiation. 43 million watch "Elvis!" on ABC.
Was It 1983, 1985 or 1986 [VIDEO]
Was It 1983, 1985 or 1986 [VIDEO]
WHAT YEAR WAS IT These songs were on the radio: 'Tell Her About It' (Billy Joel) 'Every Breath You Take' (The Police) 'Total Eclipse Of The Heart' (Bonnie Tyler) These events were making headlines: A first class stamp costs 20 cents. Cable TV subscribers reach the 30 million mark. The Dow-Jones Industrial Average closes above the 1,200 mark for the first time.
Was It 1960, 1962 or 1965? [VIDEOS]
Was It 1960, 1962 or 1965? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? These songs were popular: 'Do You Love Me' (The Contours) 'The Twist' (Chubby Checker) 'The Loco-Motion' (Little Eva) These were current events: The first James Bond movie, 'Dr. No,' is released.  Starring as 007 is Sean Connery, 32. Marilyn Monroe dies of a barbiturate overdose at age 36. Walter Cronkite begins anchoring the 'CBS Evening News.'