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80s Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

Bet no one knows more about the 80s than you do. But still, there are some cool and uncommon 80s fun facts you will want to know.

If others they did know about the 80s facts, they'd know Micheal Jackson was the most popular artist of the decade with 27 weeks on the Billboard chart, and PCs were the 'machine of the year'. Up for more fun facts about the 80s?

80s Fun Facts

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Although created in 1975, the Members Only Brand wouldn't become popular until the '80s.
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"Die Hard" is the 1988 film starring Bruce Willis. Starring alongside him is Alan Rickman as the film's villain. This was Alan Rickman's first role in a feature film before later going on to star as Severus Snape in the "Harry Potter" film series.
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Kix is a cereal that was originally introduced in the late 1930s. In the '80s, the cereal received the slogan "kid-tested, mother-approved."
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In 1980, Robert De Niro starred in the biopic of Jake LaMotta, a former professional boxer. The film also won the award for Best Film Editing.
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While all of these films ranked high on the top-grossing films of the year, no film did as well as E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial which grossed over $435 million.
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Pac-Man was a popular game released in 1980. Originally a Japanese game, the game shot to popularity when it was introduced in the United States.
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The Brat Pack was a name used to describe a group of young actors during the '80s. With members that included Emilio Estevez, Molly Ringwald, Andrew McCarthy, Ally Sheedy, and more, this group starred in popular films like "The Breakfast Club," "Pretty in Pink," and "St. Elmo's Fire."
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The Golden Girls premiered on NBC in 1985 starring Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty. The series followed a group of older women living together in Miami.
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A-ha is a Norwegian group that was founded in 1982. While the group had a few hits in their native country, "Take On Me" was the one hit that catapulted the group to U.S. pop culture in the 1980s.

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