1965


1965 Corvette
Average Prices
Salary – $6,450
First Class Stamp – .05
Loaf of Bread – .21
Gallon of Milk – .95
Gallon of Gasoline – .31
Car – $2,650
House – $13,600

News:
Bob Hope U.S.O. Christmas Special

Music:
I’m in to Something Good
Help me Rhonda
Count Me In

Books
Up the Down Staircase
The Source
Is Paris Burning?
Making of the President 1964
The Green Berets

Movies:
Battle of the Bulge
Doctor Zhivago
Flight of the Phoenix
Girl Happy
That Darn Cat!
The Cincinnati Kid
The Sons of Katie Elder
The Sound of Music

Television:
Flintstones
Get Smart
The Wild, Wild West
The Rogues – opening titles on youtube
The Dick van Dyke Show –watch online
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Bonanza –
Hullabaloo

Fashions:
Clothing and Hair (scroll down)

Cars:
Rambler
Ford Concept Cars
Corvette Stingray

Ads and Commercials:
Oscar Meyer
Coca-cola

Toys

Blippo
Baby First Step

* October 23, 2012 update – I’ve deleted several of the youtube videos which were no longer available.

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4 Comments

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4 responses to “1965

  1. Oh, does that Corvette picture bring back memories! Hubby’s first purchase after he graduated from high school was a 1962 black Corvette convertible with a red interior. To show you how in love with it he was — we went to my senior prom in it. We had to stuff my prom dress into it like sardines into a can! But being two very impractical teenagers — I certainly wasn’t going to give up wearing a very full prom dress — and he CERTAINLY wasn’t going to give up driving his ‘vette! Ahhh, youth. 🙂

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  3. I love this trivia. 1965 is my birth year and therefore I am fascinated with that time period. Thank you Carla for all your great information!

  4. Reblogged this on Coming out of Hiding and commented:
    More 1965 trivia. I love this stuff!

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