Are these names of vintage sodas or forgotten Seventies shows?

Try not to get stuck in this vending machine.

What's in a name? This quiz proves that when it comes to forgotten Seventies shows, chances are if your series title sounds like a soda pop, it may not have lasted as long as the cool refreshment of popular colas.

We've mixed up names of bygone vintage sodas with short-lived 1970s TV shows to see if you can make it through this quiz without getting something stuck in the vending machine. Good luck!
  1. RONDO
  2. SHAZAM!
  3. HUBBA BUBBA
  4. MOXIE
  5. MUGGSY
  6. COOL MILLION
  7. MILLION DOLLAR
  8. BANYON
  9. GREEN RIVER
  10. DOG N SUDS
  11. JAMBO
  12. KAZ

Are these names of vintage sodas or forgotten Seventies shows?

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EllisClevenger 1 month ago
You got 10 out of 12
You popped the top right off that one!
Missed #7 and #11.
PhilMelcher 1 month ago
11/12. I missed the first one right out of the gate:) As for the soda that came out in 1988 I was a big fan and was bummed when it was taken off the market.
Andy 2 months ago
We used to get Green Rivers at the local Ben Franklin's soda counter, mixed to order.
LindaWilliams 2 months ago
You got 10 out of 12
You popped the top right off that one! Missed # 9 and 11
MissTheOldDays 2 months ago
You got 8 out of 12
You popped the top right off that one!
Lacey 2 months ago
9/12 Wow, I thought I would do better.
Kevin 2 months ago
You can still buy Green River.
booster 2 months ago
10/12 A couple of those I never heard of. They must have been regional soft drinks.
PhilMelcher booster 1 month ago
A couple of them were. The Chicago soda is still being sold if you know where to buy it. It'll come around at Walgreen's during St. Patrick's Day. A lot of the regional sodas are being sold under the "Mom and Pop Soda Shoppe" banner which my hardware store used to carry.
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