Whodunnit?

Whodunnit?

In the 1970's a great panel detective type series took place on ITV called Whodunnit.Introduced with a pilot episode on August 15, 1972, Whodunnit? officially premiered on June 25, 1973, remaining on the air until 1978 It was introduced, and hosted, by John Pertwee and ran 3 seasons from the early to mid 1970's. Patrick Mower ...

Toys in the 80s

Toys in the 80s

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  U  V  W  Y  Z  2   Toys in the 80s have to include The Smurfs. They spawn a tidal wave of cute clones: Monchichis, Snorks, Popples, etc. Rainbow Brite and My Little Pony fly high, Jem steals some of Barbie's thunder, He-Man leads the Masters of the Universe to victory, and Transformers prove there's "more than meets the eye." Rubik's Cubes give ...

Toys in the 70s

Toys in the 70s

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  U  V  W  Y  Z Stretch Armstrong fuses "tug of war" with the action figure, and Japan totally revitalizes the concept with the Shogun Warriors and Micronauts. Shrinky Dinks prove that ovens aren't just for food any more, while Sit N' Spin proves that vertigo can be fun. SSP Racers explode onto the scene, Evel Knievel clears all obstacles with ...

Busy-Blocks

Busy-Blocks

Tupperware Busy Blocks had 26 hinged A to Z alphabet blocks each made in yellow, red or blue. The blocks have a capital and a small letter on one side, a picture that represents the letter on another side, 2 sides with "puzzle patterns" and 2 sides with diagnal stripes. "Tupperware Busy Blocks were for educational ...

I-SPY

I-SPY

These badges were available with their corresponding book. The I-SPY books are spotter's guides written for British children, and particularly successful in the 1950s and 1960s. The I-SPY Tribe was based on the I-SPY Books, some forty small volumes that sold in hundreds of thousands. Each book covered a subject such as I-SPY Cars, I-SPY on the ...

Movie Maker Board Game

70s Movie Maker

Rediscover Movie Maker Board Game the rare monopoly game in the Hollywood world. Any one ever played the rare board game from Parker or Palitoy called Movie Maker? In summary it was a type of monopoly game in the Hollywood world. With the need to buy directors and actors, scenes and cinemas, the game provided a ...

Kelloggs Frosties

Kelloggs Frosties

Kelloggs Frosties, They're greeeeaaaatttttt They're simply corn flakes with sugar They guaranteed to rot your teeth - well thats what mum told me! The cereal was first introduced in 1952 as Sugar Frosted Flakes. Kelloggs Frosted Flakes or (Frosties) competed against the Honey monster with there very own Tony the Tiger - though very similar to the Esso Tiger in the Tank Tony the ...