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Kiddierama cartoon booth, early 1970's to early 1980's. At Zayre or K-Mart my sisters and I would sit and watch while our mom shopped.

There was one of these outside our A&P; store in the 80s...and it looked retro then!

I spent many a December afternoon in the kiddierama cartoon booth while my parent's did their Christmas shopping

We didn't have 24-hr TV, DVDs, Netflix or iPads .... favorite shows were actually a treat. "Tune in next week" was a familiar tag line.

wow ugly! I think they still might make these....

Kiddierama cartoon theatres (HOLY CRAP. I've been trying to find info on these things for years and only just now found out the name of them). These were little booths that were typically set up in grocery stores. You sit down, put in a quarter, and watch a cartoon. Very popular in the late 70s!

kaleidoscope--the first one I had gotten as a gift was from the folks and I was in awe of what I could do with it. Spent hours playing with it.

Frosty Sno-Man Snowcone Machine (Hasbro 1971)

We had these EVERY Christmas at my Grandma and Grandpas. The peanut shaped/flavored were my favorite.

Crates of Nostalgia Anyone who's over 30 will remember the goold old days of drinking Coke and Dr. Pepper out of glass bottles on a hot summer day, then saving them and returning them for a nickel each.

I haven't thought of these in years - drugstore gift sets of cat and little perfume bottle.

* Hong Kong Phooey Cartoon * I used to watch this on sundays when Cartoon Network was showing all it's old school show on the weekends