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Its smell, color, and distinct comic strips had made Bazooka a popular childhood best-seller. Mention its name and the wrap-around comics featuring Bazooka Joe easily come to mind. Although not made in the Philippines, Bazooka bubble gum was still an instant hit for fascinated youngsters and collectors alike.
Bazooka Bubblegum ... LOVED chewing a wad of this and blowing bubbles (even loved reading those corny comic strips inside ... lol)
Bazooka Bubble Gum! I remember this. You had to chew until you thought your jaws would break, then spend the rest of the time trying to blow the biggest bubble:)
~Oh, the cavities I got from this~
Bazooka gum w/ the Bazooka Joe comic inside
Bubble Yum mint flavored non-stick bubble gum! Watermelon was my favorite!
My Mom, Grandma and Aunts sat under one of these with curlers in their hair when I was little. I always loved watching them fix their hair.
These gumball & jaw-breaker machines were common inside & outside grocery stores. I'm sure a few teeth were broken chewing the jaw-breakers!
Betty and Veronica~~~LOL My sister liked Veronica & I Liked Betty. We used to go round and round about who Archie should like! Good memories. :)
Gold Rush bubble gum. I loved this stuff.
Bubble Christmas Lights ♥ My parents had these on their Christmas tree every year. I would love to find some for ours, I know our kids love them too :)
One cent and you're in heaven.... Oh the memories. A QUARTER went a long way as a kid, well it did in my neighborhood store.
My hero in 1960, with a Casper jack-in-the box, Casper guitar and soon to follow dog with the same name...
Remembering my childhood in the sixties and seventies when I bought a Bazooka for 5 cents...
Just for the BAzooka Joe Comic inside
The kind I use to get was in a squeeze tube from KB Toys but I can't find a picture of it anywhere!
Bazooka Bubble Gum. I used to collect the comics inside.