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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.

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

1970s Kiddierama Theatre un-restored coin operated cartoon booth #Terrytoons

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

How many of these did we have?

  • Susan Townsend

    Wooly Willy are made in the small town of Smethport Pa where I was born. My family knew the famimly personally. They just had a Wooly Willly Day in Smethport a few weeks ago. !

1961 Tang Breakfast Drink vintage advertisement 1960s

  • Tales From a Second Hand Wand Shop

    Well now, this is confusing. I just bought a sword (for the upcoming Halfling invasion) and the guy said the sword had a full, width tang. I figured a full tang was good. But... now... looking at this... I'm confused.

Tart'n Tinys "New Jumbo box" candy box - 1979. I seriously miss these candies. I think they were discontinued in the (mid?) 90s. WHY??!!

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!

Vanessa: until we heard Dad's car pull in the driveway..."QUICK! look like you were doing SOMEthing...anything!!!" LOL

These ARE what made the 80's for me. I LOVED the Shirt Tales - and so many people don't remember them

I used to get this magazine! I had forgotten all about it until I saw it again!