Porky's Lunch Wagon Lunch Box

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Barbie Lunch Box

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"Lost in Space" Lunch Box: This lunch box features images from the television show "Lost in Space," which ran from 1965-1968 on CBS. "Lost in Space" was originally named "Space Family Robinson," and was a futuristic take on the Swiss Family Robinson.

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"Fireball XL5" Lunch Box: "Fireball XL5" was filmed used Supermarionation, a combination of animation and puppetry that was made famous by the show’s creators, Gerry and Sylvia Anderson. "Fireball XL5" was another television show that took advantage of the public’s fascination with space, as does this lunch box, with its various images of rockets and space

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Kiss Lunch Box

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UFO Lunch Box

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"Return of the Jedi" Lunch box

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"King Kong" Lunch Box

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Bobby Sherman Lunch Box

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"Happy Days" Lunch Box: "Happy Days" ran from 1974-1984 on ABC, with the Fonz as its breakout star. The Fonz became a cultural touchstone, with his trademark “Aaay!” and the turn of phrase “jumping the shark,” entering into the American lexicon.

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"Brave Eagle" Lunch Box: "Brave Eagle" was a short-lived TV series, airing one season in 1955-1956 on CBS. The show was notable because its main protagonist was Native American, and featured scenes of the West from the Native American point of view.

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"Looney Tunes" Lunch Box: "Looney Tunes" were originally shorts that ran before feature films from 1930-1969, but have since been repackaged into a variety of television shows. "Looney Tunes" has given us some of cartoons most iconic characters, such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner.

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"Peanuts" Lunch Box: "Peanuts" ran from 1950-2000, published almost 18,00 strips, and was featured in numerous TV shows, specials, musicals, and feature films.

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Psychedelic Lunch Box

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"The Jetsons" Thermos Bottle and Lunchbox

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"Emergency!" Lunch Box

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Bozo the Clown Lunch Box: Bozo the Clown was first created in 1946, and became a popular children’s television show as it was franchised at stations all over the country. A Bozo the Clown television show ran from 1961-2001, first as "Bozo’s Circus," then as T"he Bozo Show," and finally as "The Bozo Super Sunday Show."

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"The Flying Nun" Lunch Box: "The Flying Nun" starred Sally Fields as Sister Bertrille, whose flying ability was explained by saying "When lift plus thrust is greater than load plus drag, anything can fly." Due to her small stature and heavily starched cornette, Sister Bertrille could catch a breeze and fly, helping her to solve the problem of the episode, but also causing a few along the way!

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Daniel Boone Lunch Box

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Beatles Lunch Box

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"Batman and Robin" Lunch Box

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"The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" Thermos Bottle

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Barbie Lunch Box and Thermos

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"The Secret of Nimh" Lunch Box

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"Popeye" Lunch Box

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