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In this April 5, 1962 file photo, TV personality Art Linkletter talks with 4-year-old Ronnie Glahn, on Linkletter's TV show in April 1962. Linkletter, who hosted the popular TV shows "People Are Funny" and "House Party" in the 1950s and 1960s, died Wednesday, May 26, 2010 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 97. (David F. Smith/ASSOCIATED PRESS)

Remember when the Art Linkletter Show made you laugh, laugh, laugh

Critter Sitters - loved them! I mademy slam book in a bigger size CritterSitters

bath toy from when I was little.

Viewmaster Slides- imagine the fun of having all these to add in various ways to your smash books, etc!

LOVED these books...read them all in no time from my public library

Art Linkletter's television show "Kids Say the Darndest Things."

How about a nice Hawaiian Punch : ) Fruit Juicy Red Hawaiian Punch ~ in the tin can.

Brinquei tanto com isso! Quero um pros meus filhos! // Spirograph..many rainy days filled with this..

I had this. I can imagine exactly what it sounds like. Must have wound that thing hundreds of times.

I remember Bob's Big Boy in the San Fernando Valley.There were three we would go to on Wednesday Cruise Night in the mid 60's. Canoga Park Bob's, then cruse Van Nuys Blvd. to Van Nuys Bob's, then back to Balboa Bob's on Balboa Blvd. to hang out on the grass in front until you got a table. Loved their Bob's Big Boy Hamburger, French fries dipped in their Roquefort Dressing and a Coke.