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EZ McDonald's 1960s Quiz

What do you know about McDonald's 1960s ?
Stop and grab a bit of this quick Fast Food quiz.
"Check Your Answers" at the end of the page.

Take 2 points for each right answer.  Maximum this page: 20 points!

1) In 1960, the first New England location of McDonald's opens.
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  1. Boston, Massachusetts

  2. Worcester, Massachusetts

  3. Concord, New Hampshire

2) In 1960, Kroc's company is renamed "McDonald's Corporation".

  • True or False?

3) In 1961, the McDonald brothers agree to sell Kroc business rights to their operation for $2.7 million, a sum that Kroc borrows from a number of investors.
WHO was one of the investors?

  1. Princeton University

  2. Chuck Berry

  3. Dick Clark

4) In 1961, Hamburger University opens in the basement of a McDonald's restaurant. Bachelor of Hamburgology degrees went to graduating class of 15.
WHERE was the location?

  1. Elk Grove Village, Illinois

  2. Oak Park, Illinois

  3. Highland Park, Illinois

5) McDonald's first national magazine ad appears in 1962.
WHAT is the magazine?

  1. Country Living magazine

  2. Life magazine

  3. Parade magazine

6) In 1962, the first McDonald's restaurant with seating opens.
WHERE was the McDonald’s?

  1. Fort Lauderdale, Florida

  2. Denver, Colorado

  3. Bridgeport, West Virginia

7) In 1963, one of Ray Kroc's marketing insights is his decision to advertise McDonald's hamburgers to families and children. Washington, D.C. franchisees John Gibson and Oscar Goldstein (Gee Gee Distributing Corporation) sponsor a children's show on WRC-TV called Bozo the Clown, a franchised character played by a local clown from 1959 until 1962. After the show was cancelled, Goldstein hires the local clown to portray McDonald's new mascot, named “Ronald McDonald.” According to the clown, they wanted to pay him in stock, but he decided to take the money. He, looking nothing like the familiar appearance of any McDonaldland character as is known today, appeared in the first three television advertisements featuring the character. “Ronald” was replaced with a new actor, and giving “Ronald” the more familiar red, white, and yellow clown features, the character eventually spreads to the rest of the country via an advertising campaign. Years later, an entire cast of "McDonaldland" characters is developed.
WHO played the first “Ronald McDonald”?

  1. Bob Ryan

  2. Mason Adams

  3. Willard Scott

8) In 1963, the Filet-O-Fish is introduced in Cincinnati, Ohio, in a restaurant located in a neighborhood dominated by Roman Catholics who practiced abstinence (the avoidance of meat) on Fridays. It is the first new addition to the original menu, and goes national the following year.
WHO supplied the fish?

  1. Gorton's of Gloucester

  2. Floyd’s Fish Factory

  3. Ernie’s of Plymouth Rock

9) McDonald's sells its one billionth hamburger in 1963.

  • True or False?

10) WHERE did the 500th McDonald's restaurant opens in 1963?

  1. Macon, Georgia

  2. Toledo, Ohio

  3. San Jose, California

11) WHEN does McDonald's issues its first annual report.

  1. 1963

  2. 1964

  3. 1965

12) The first McDonald's restaurant outside the United States opens in 1967.
WHERE is the location?

  1. Richmond, British Columbia, Canada

  2. Toyota, Japan

  3. London, England

13) In 1967, the chain's stand-alone restaurant design which is still most common today, with mansard roof and indoor seating, is introduced.

  • True or False?

14) The Big Mac (similar to the Big Boy hamburger), the brainchild of Jim Delligatti, one of Ray Kroc's earliest franchisees, who by the late 1960s operated a dozen stores in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is first introduced in the Pittsburgh market in 1967, before going system/nationwide a year later, following its great local success.
What other menu item was introduced system-wide in 1968?

  1. The Hot Apple Pie

  2. Frosty Pudding

  3. The Single

15) The 1000th McDonald's restaurant opens in San Bernardino, California in 1968.

  • True or False?


McDonald's 1960S [Answers]

1) A.  2) True  3) A.  4) A.  5) B.  6) B.  7) C.  8) A.  9) True  10) B.  11) B.  12) A.  13) True  14) A.
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) False. The 1000th McDonald's restaurant opens in Des Plaines, Illinois in 1968.

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