Don Mahoney and Gina Clair Show- I was a Kiddie Trooper
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Don Mahoney & Jeana Clair - hosts a Kids Show Houston. I performed on this show in the 1970's with the Niland School of Dance. Few people knew Don was completely Blind.
The Don Mahoney and Jeana Clair and the Kiddie Troupers - staple of a Houstonian kid in the 70's
The Don Mahoney and Jeana Clair and the Kiddie Troupers. I got to be on this show.
The Don Mahoney and Jeana Clair and the Kiddie Troupers
Don Mahoney & Jeana Clair - Kids Show Host Houston
Don Mahoney and Jeana Clair
Old fashioned seesaws
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Remember teeter-totters? Farmer Brown, let me down! what will you give me if I let you down? Or teeter totter Bread and water Wash your face in dirty water
Remember teeter-totters? You don't see these much anymore. I was afraid of these, after I got hurt on one w/
Remember teeter-totters? You don't see these much anymore. These are located on a quiet rural road near Tomball, TX.
Remember teeter-totters? You don't see these much anymore. I loved to stand in the middle.
Remember teeter-totters? You don't see these much anymore. So much fun trying to stay on
Remember teeter-totters? You don't see these much anymore. These were my recess fun
when did they stop putting these in parks & playgrounds??????
Remember teeter-totters? You don't see these much anymore
We used to watch this crap as kids.
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Land of the Lost: Season 1 - this show scared the crap out of me.... but I watched it every Saturday morning.
"Land of the Lost" (1974-76)~One of those Saturday morning shows you might get to watch if your mom didn't shut off the tv and tell you to go play
"Land of the Lost" (1974-76). Not really a cartoon,but watched it on Saturday mornings too.
"Land of the Lost" (1974-76) One of those Saturday morning shows.
Land of the Lost - this was my favorite Saturday morning cartoon
One of my favorite TV shows!!
Saturday morning cartoon time Click here to download Soda pop bottles from fairs. 80's Click here to download Land of the Lost Click here to download 80's ALF Puffy Stickers Click here to download Heathcliff Click here to download
The Best TV Shows From the 70's and 80's Old theater chairs ~ "Land of the Lost" (1974-76)~One of those Saturday morning shows you might get to watch if your mom didn't shut off the tv and tell you to go play outside.. hanna barbera cartoons
This was at Grandma and Buster's. It belonged to our cousin Brent. Derek and I played with it whenever we were over.
Rock Sock, Sockem Robot, Sock Em Robot, 1960
Popular Toys from the 1960s -Originally manufactured by the Marx Toy Company in 1964, Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots pits two mechanically controlled robot in a fight to see who can knock the other’s head off. Sold in the UK as “Raving Bonkers” the robots dominated every young boys wish list for much of the 60’s and 70’s.
Did you have this toy when you were younger? Rockem Sockem Robots. It was so fun. And no batteries required.
List Of 1970 Toys | The Most Popular Toys from the 1960's Rock em Sock em Robots
Rockem Sockem Robots! As usual, My brothers always won. they were so much fun
My brother and I used to play with his Rockem Sockem Robots all the time.
Classic toy of the 80's #throwback #retro #toys #80s #bennettinfiniti
Rock 'Em Sock 'Em ROBOTS Game #rockemsockem #robots #game #kids
I loved rockem' sockem' robots from the 70's
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Spirograph. I tried to find a good set for my niece, Livvy. None of the available new sets seemed as good as this old classic. The reviews on Amazon were not good.
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Toys From The 60S - Bing Images This was big! It was way cooler in the commercials than real life.
Played with this for hours. The colored pens used to run out quickly though
One of my favorites. The more colored pens you had the more fun it was.
toys from the 60s - my favoritist toy in the whole wide world!!!
This was one of my most favorite toys of all time!
My favorite toy!
Let's have another stroll down memory lane...childhood toys! I was born in 1965, so my memories would be toys from the 70's. I loved... View Master Etch-a-Sketch GI Joe Camper...I know Gi Joe? My dad was in the army. I did have a Barbie in the camper too! Lite Brite Slinky Spirograph Simon Mr Potato Head...with the real potato What are some of your favorite childhood toys or memories with them? I love reading posts like these, especially from other parts of the world. All our similar memories really make the world a smaller place. Happy memories, ~Karen~
The Original Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine
I can't remember how old I was when I got this, but as cool as I thought it was I don't think I used it a lot which is a shame.
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Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine | 25 Awesome ’80s Toys You Never Got But Can Totally Buy Today - had the snoopy snow cone omg I need it again!
Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine | 25 Awesome ’80s Toys You Never Got But Can Totally Buy Today #SnowCones #JellCraft #SnoCones #Gifts
Wow these brought back memories. Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine | 25 Awesome ’80s Toys You Never Got But Can Totally Buy Today
Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine - OMG! I had this exact one! But it got lost in a move somewhere between 1991 and 1994. | 25 Awesome ’80s Toys You Never Got But Can Totally Buy Today
Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine | 25 Awesome ’80s Toys You Never Got But Can Totally Buy Today...oh but I did get this, sti got it AND the scarred up knuckles from using it!!! Lol
Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine | 25 Awesome ’80s Toys You Never Got But Can Totally Buy Today awww i use to have one
Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine | 25 Awesome ’80s Toys. Had one of these and they still sell them at Target!
Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine | 25 Awesome ’80s Toys I could never get mine to really make the snow cone
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Art Linkletter House Party- Kids Say the Darndest Things
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Art Linkletter's "Kids Say The Darndest Things!" a feature with the same name in Art Linkletter's radio show House Party and television series, which together aired mostly five days a week from 1945 to 1969.
In this April 5, 1962 photo, Art Linkletter talks with 4-year-old Ronnie Glahn, on "Kids Say the Darndest Things." 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 at 97.
The Art Linkletter Show. I think it was called House Party. The favorite segment here: "Kids Say the Darndest Things!"
Art Linkletter, whose "People Are Funny" and "House Party" shows entertained millions. Love the portion "kids say the darndest things".
Art Linkletter - Kids say the darndest things - I loved Art Linkletter's House Party - every day M-F...loved this portion of the show!
One of the best-remembered parts of Art Linkletter’s House Party was the "Kids Say the Darndest Things" segment.
"I was one of Art's kids," said the subject line of the e-mail from Michael Dubrow, who appeared on TV with Art Linkletter 50 years ago and wrote after reading the obituary for Linkletter, who died Wednesday. Dubrow goes on to say: Thank you for your story about Art Linkletter. The world has lost one of its true gentle men. I was one of the thousands of children who appeared on "House Party," way back in 1960. I remember that day clearly, even now. ... They sent a limousine to my elementary school (Hillcrest Drive Elementary, in Baldwin Hills), and...
Lately, as you can see by my posts nostalgia has been hanging around. So when I found out that Wednesday, May 26, 2010 our beloved Art Linkletter died at the age of 97, I was immediately transported to a time when I would get comfy in front of the TV anticipating one of my very favorite shows, Art Linkletter’s House Party. TV entertainment was different then with many variety shows which had guest singers, comedians, and more. I miss this form of entertainment. But “House Party” was so much more. It was a variety show, and a talk show interviewing guests, it was a quiz show with audience participation, there would be skits, comic and not so comic monologues by art and others, informative segmants, entertainment of all sorts, basically, it was a PARTY, and always it ended with the segment..., “Kid’s Say The Darndest Things” where Linkletter would interview a few children sitting on stools about anything under the sun. If you have never seen a segment of these look them up on youtube. Frankly they are a must see in American classic TV. Art Linkletter was a natural with people. His simple humor and hominess is what made many of us look forward to tuning in to each show. He was always unscripted and improvised. I remember him and his show with great fondness. Arthur Gordon Linkletter was survived by his wife of almost 75 years, Lois Forester Linkletter. Lois was a name you often heard mentioned on his show. He was also survived by two of his five children, Dawn Griffin, and Sharon Linkletter, by seven grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren, and he was preceded in death by his children Diane Linkletter, Robert Linkletter, and Arthur "Jack" Linkletter. Born in Canada as Art Kelly, he was abandoned at 4 weeks and then adopted by evangelist Fulton John Linkletter, and wife Mary. They moved to California, where Art spent most of the rest of his life. After finishing high school, Art toured the country working his way along on the railroads, doing odd jobs, and meeting people. He developed his interest in all sorts of people which became a big theme to his later career. Returning home to southern California, he earned a teaching degree, married, then ended up in the field of radio broadcasting. He had two main shows from the mid 40’s to the late 60’s on radio and television, People are Funny and House Party. Later in life he became a speaker and crusader against drugs, and a voice for conservatives, often speaking eloquently on what he saw was a decline in parts of our society. He also was a leader for Goodwill Industries, and served the organizations of World Vision, and the Arthritis Foundation. Art Linkletter was a sincere and humble man of fine integrity. Some of his conservative ideas I may not have totally agreed with, but it doesn’t change my admiration for him and the fact that he brought joy, humor and goodness to this world. I offer my condolences to his family. M.Pierre
Art Linkletter, the radio and television talk-show pioneer who was best known for eliciting hilarious remarks from the mouths of babes and who late in life was a popular motivational speaker and author, challenging seniors to live as zestfully as he did, has died. To many Baby Boomers and their parents who watched his daytime television show "House Party," Mr. Linkletter would always be the perfect straight man who could ask a grade-schooler a simple question like "What does your mommy do?" and elicit this response: "She does a little housework, then sits around all day reading the Racing Form." After earning his bachelor's degree in 1934, he turned down a teaching job to stick with announcing - it paid more. Aside from show business, Mr. Linkletter became a wealthy businessman, investing in Hula Hoops and delving into oil wells, lead mines, manufacturing plants, restaurants, television production, real estate, construction, mobile storage units and even a bowling alley, a skating rink and a charm school.
random thoughts for wednesday august 4th, 2010
Kukla Fran and Ollie - the CBS Children's Film Festival. A Saturday morning staple.
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Kukla Fran and Ollie was the first T show I saw. It didn't come on until 5PM because TV didnt have many stations in the 1950's.
Kukla Fran and Ollie - the CBS Children's Film Festival. A Saturday morning staple. Kukla looks like Rand Paul...
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Fran Allison Kukla, Fran and Ollie, NBC 1947-1954. ABC 1954-1957.
Fran Allison, Kukla and Ollie These puppets still creep me out
do you remember Kukla, Fran & Ollie? Loved them with my kids
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Fran Allison, Kukla and Ollie
The Gyro Wheel was lots of fun- although my kids probably wouldn't get why.
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@ Grandma Bertha's... Looking for toys, games, dolls, or movies from when you were a kid? Retro, vintage toys and old games are still some of my favorite things! You...
Looking for toys, games, dolls, or movies from when you were a kid? Retro vintage toys and games are still some of my favorite things! You can still find the most popular retro "entertainment" from the 50's, 60's, 70's, and 80's! Many of the old characters and products just never go out of style! The movie industry knows this and kids today can go and see a re-make of the popular moves! Each Christmas holiday brings back fond memories of toys, games, and movies from my childhood. I still love playing with Etch-A-Sketch, Slinky, Gyro Wheels, and Mr. Potato Head! Some of my favorite movies were "A Charlie Brown Christmas", "A Christmas Story", "Frosty the Snowman", and Rudolph! What is your favorite memory? Be sure to leave a note at the bottom of this page and tell me. No matter what your favorite classic toy or game is, Land of Nod carries a HUGE selection of classic toys and games! Top: Magnetic Gyro Wheel Toy This is a fun vintage toy, from when you were kid! Make the wheel roll back and forth as they move the frame up and down. For ages 8 and up. Classic & Retro Toys Gift Set Get 15 nostalgic and retro toys in this gift set! Includes: Army Men, Slinky, Slide Whistle, Cap Bomb, Paddle Ball, 15 Puzzle, Lunar Launch, Gun, Jacks, Jet Fire Toy Plane, Silly Putty, and more! Retro Toys & Games Gift Set This gift set will bring back memories! Contains: Magic 8 Ball, Slinky, Operation, Mr. Potato Head, and Barrel of Monkeys. For Ages 6 and up. Retro Tin Toys Gift Set This set of 5 vintage tin retro wind-up toys. Toys include: DC-3 Airplane, Motorcycle with Sidecar, Jet Car, Ocean Liner, and Toy Engine. Collectors item, not recommended for small children. Smurfs Movie Plush Set Papa Smurf, Smurfette, Clumsy Smurf, and all your smurfy pals are included in this plush Smurf set. Grab this set and give someone a "Smurf" hug today Ice Cream Vendor Tin Toy Wind-up retro toy for collectors. Not recommended for small children. The Muppets - Miss Piggy Plush Miss Piggy looks like a fashion diva in glamorous pink, satin dress and fur stole.
Vintage Toys & Gifts - Old Fashioned Toys "Looking for toys, games, dolls, or movies from when you were a kid? Retro vintage toys and games are still some of my favorite things! You can..."=> How to get the most out of your Costco membership from funcheaporfree.com. Tips include: what to buy/what to avoid from Costco, how to stretch your dollar, fitting 'buying bulk' into your tight budget, & tips you may not know about the Cash Rewards at Costco! #costco #shopping #budget #food #groceries #funcheaporfree
Gone but not forgotten.
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They were not super sweet like TicTacs. They were sort of spicy or something. At least to me as a kid. More intense.
candy from the 1970s | Red & Purple Candy from 1970s - General Education Discussion Board .OH my goodness...I had forgotten all about these!
Whoa, I just had a flashback. jc ///// candy from the 1970s | Red & Purple Candy from 1970s - General Education Discussion Board ...
candy from the 1970s | Red Purple Candy from 1970s - General Education Discussion Board ...
candy from the 1970s | Red & Purple Candy from 1970s - loved these
Candy from the 1970s - Dynamints. Nothing "mint" about them!
I loved these as a kid!!! Like a fruity TicTac.
Dynamints 70s candy
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Vintage Tupperware Canister Advertisement. I remember my first Tupperware party at my first apartment. I sold lots of these things and thought they were so beautiful at that time. :)
Tupperware, in Harvest Gold, Avocado Green, and Burnt Orange. It just doesn't get any more 1970s than that!
Anybody else remember going to Tupperware parties? My mom still has her set of green vintage Tupperware, which I covet.
70s Tupperware...LOL, I still have this canister set, but instead of avocado, mine is the sunflower! I LOVE them!!!
Vintage Tupperware Canister Advertisement. My dear grandmother still had some of these up till the day she died!
Vintage Tupperware Canister Advertisement. My mum had the buscuit containers in orange.
remember these colors I still have my green canister set ( not on my counter tho)
Vintage Tupperware Canister Advertisement. My mother had the yellow.
70s Tupperware - Mom still has some!
Still a favorite for kids
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Etch-A-Sketch. Fun, but V, frustrating!
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this is how you shuffled songs back in the day,
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This really brings back some memories, playing 45s on our hifi record player. Had a box of some 50 records that was given that kindled my love of music.
45 rpm records 'stacked' waiting their turn to play via the Auto Changer. #music #recordplayer #records #vinyl #turntable #audio http://www.pinterest.com/TheHitman14/for-the-record/
Stacking 45 rpm records. We could also stack multiple LP records (albums) on our record player--it was nice not to have to get up all the time to switch out the records!
45 RPM records with a stacker = big time! I've still got a slew of 45 records and a record player to play them on.
These were for playing 45 rpm records. Sometimes you had to fit a disc in the center to fit your record player.
45 RPM records with a stacker. Don't remember having any record players with stackers, so we must have done it the old-fashioned way--one at a time!
This is a 45 RPM record player (one song on each side of the record) with an automated stacker for playing the next record. I always remember having to clean the accumulated dust off the needle after playing a couple of records.
Stacks of 45 RPM records on a big spindle 45 record player (the good old days) !!
45 RPM records in the 60's
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The Munsters ,my all time favorite tv family!! And house. = Igor the bat And spot under the stairs.
The Munsters TV show - as a kid I watched this show all the time
Classic TV: The Munsters in front of 1313 Mockingbird Lane.
The Munsters (1964–1966). Cute family halloween costumes!!!
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~A 60"s TV Series We Loved..The Munsters ..V''''''V
The Munsters one of my favorite tv family!!
The Munsters. TV show of the 70's
The Mod Squad: I'm a kid of the '70's and this show was cooler than cool!!
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The Mod Squad is a television series that ran on ABC from September 24, 1968, until August 23, 1973. The series starred Michael Cole, Peggy Lipton, Clarence Williams III, and Tige Andrews. The executive producers of the series were Aaron Spelling and Danny Thomas. Memories!
The main cast in 1971 from left: Clarence Williams III, Peggy Lipton and Michael Cole. They were The Mod Squad ...
The Mod Squad ~ Michael Cole; Clarence Williams III; Peggy Lipton and Tige Andrews ~ September 1968 - August 1973
The Mod Squad. The main cast is pictured, from left: Clarence Williams III, Peggy Lipton, Michael Cole.
The Mod Squad ran on ABC from September 24, 1968, until August 23, 1973. The series starred Michael Cole, Peggy Lipton, Clarence Williams III, and Tige Andrews.
Back in the Days... The Mod Squad starred: Michael Cole, Peggy Lipton, Clarence Williams III, and Tige Andrews
"The Mod Squad" (Michael Cole as Pete Cochren, Peggy Lipton as Julie Barnes and Clarence Williams III as Linc Hays. Tige Andrews was Captain Adam Greer). Ran 1968 - 1973.
Clarence Williams III, Peggy Lipton, Michael Cole in the "Mod Squad," ca. 1970
The Mod Squad 1968-1973
The fun of talking on an old fashioned phone... kids from today will never know.
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the fun of talking on an old fashioned phone... kids from today will never know. We had a very long cord that went from one side of the kitchen to the other and I often wrapped and unwrapped it around myself. :) Great for prank calls!
the fun of talking on an old fashioned phone... kids from today will never know. I remember always wrapping the extra long phone cord around my body while talking! My mom fussed because she said I was stretching out the cord! Haha!
The fun of talking on an old fashioned phone... kids from today will never know... The longer the telephone cord, the better!
the fun of talking on an old fashioned phone... kids from today will never know. LOL! And loved when mom and dad added the extra long cord you could stretch to dining room.
The fun of talking on an old fashioned phone... kids from today will never know. (Did anyone ever die by death of telephone cord.)
The fun of talking on an old fashioned phone for hours... kids from today will never know.
The fun of talking on a phone with a cord... kids from today will never know
the fun of talking on a corded phone... kids today will never know :(
getting wrapped up in a phone call... #80sproblems.
This is one way that I actually rode in a car as a kid.....I'm sure lots of kids did.
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Who remembers doing this as a kid? : ) Philip Jones Griffith: Car showroom. Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 1971.
Philip Jones Griffith - Car showroom. Atlanta, Georgia, USA 1971. ' While her parents slammed car doors and tested radios, this girl tried out the ledge behind the back seat. That and the floor behind the seats over the hump were the BEST places to sleep!
Back in the days before seat belts...I used to ride in the car like this a as kid!
Philip Jones Griffith: Car showroom. Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 1971. “ While her parents slammed car doors and tested radios, this girl tried out the ledge behind the back seat. ”
Now this is a real see saw! How many of us fell off these as a kid? But we survived!
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"Now this is a real see saw! How many of us fell off these as a kid? But we survived!" 4-seater! My favorite playground equipment!
"Now this is a real see saw! How many of us fell off these as a kid? But we survived!" & TKS 2 my sister: r subdivision was able to buy an entire old set from a torn down school!!! ;)
"Now this is a real see saw! How many of us fell off these as a kid? But we survived!" You don't see them anymore.
"Now this is a real see saw! How many of us fell off these as a kid? But we survived!") - R_27.08.2013
"Now this is a real see saw! How many of us fell off these as a kid? If you came down real hard the other person would fly off. But we survived!" We were tough!
"Now this is a real see saw! How many of us fell off these as a kid? But we survived!" I never fell off, but I only played this with someone I trusted. Now these are deemed too dangerous for playgrounds as are swing sets. Ridiculous. i'm from the generation that played with lawn darts, which are dangerous, and no one I knew ever got hurt playing with them either.
See saw-the old wooden kind that gave you splinters...or broke your tail bone after the other kid jumps off and u slam down!
Now this is a real see-saw! Still remember my sister jumping off the seesaw while I was at the top!!! Thought I was going to kill her, it hurt so bad!
Mr. Mouth - every time I see an old toy, I can hear the jingle from the commercials in my head. "Mr. Mouth... Mr. Mouth..." - my mom let us watch way too much TV.
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Mr. Mouth was a classic children's game from the 1970's. Are you in the market to buy one, but not sure where to get it? FyndIt connects people with Finders who can locate hard-to-find vintage toys and games online and in stores. Post a photo, short description, name your price and we will help you FyndIt! #Vintage #1970s #Toys
Mr. Mouth was a classic children's game from the 1970's. Are you in the market to buy one, but not sure where to get it? FyndIt connects people who want stuff with people who can locate hard-to-find vintage toys and games online and in stores. #MrMouth #1970s #VintageToys #Toys
Mr. Mouth by Tomy was released in 1976. Childhood Memory Keeper: Retro Pop Culture from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s: toys
Childhood Memory Keeper: Retro Pop Culture from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s: toys my favorite game when I was a kid!
Mr. Mouth was a classic children's game from the 1970's. FyndIt! #Vintage #1970s #Toys
Mr. Mouth game. My favorite game as a child!
Trip Down Memory Lane
Oh yeah. Fun game.
Childhood Memory Keeper is a site that highlights toys, games, TV shows, cartoons, records and other miscellaneous items from the 1960's, 1970's and 1980's.
one of my fave expressions...