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Tag Archives: 1970s
These collectible Slurpee cups come from the era of flared jeans, Earth Shoes and leaded gasoline. This is back before the internet, home video, video games and other fabulous electrified time-wasters. All that was available was three broadcast networks and … Continue reading
My Mom with her first grandchild and a pumpkin I won in a sixth grade dance.
Sorry, Parker Stevenson! The joke was too obvious to pass up!
…or make that Giant McNichols!
When Doc Banner gets that funny look in his eye, RUN!
This was sort of a forbidden fruit for kids growing up in the early 1970s.
Learning the martial arts and becoming a Master of Men was within your grasp thanks to a correspondence course and a long playing 12″ 33 1/3 RPM instructional record which could be had for unbelievable price of 16¢ a lesson! … Continue reading
It’s an ad from an old Creepy magazine which was a Warren publication. Warren also published Famous Monsters and Eerie which, like spinning racks of comic books in drug stores, are in the dustbin of history.
This one is for frequent visitor and commenter JT who mentioned this cinematic marvel in the comments section of my last Dawn of the Home Video Revolution post. As luck would have it, Kingdom of the Spiders is one of … Continue reading
The great Ernest Borgnine as the devil in The Devil’s Rain from 1975. This was one of those typical 70′s films that featured stalwart veterans like Mr Borgnine and Keenan Wynn, up-and-comers like John Travolta and down-and-outers like Ida Lupino … Continue reading
Button, button, who’s got the button? This was the last thing Alice saw.