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Vintage Toy projector slides, Kenner, Cartoon charcters, 1963

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Item # 17-006

Collection of 23 assorted vintage cartoon toy projection slides from 1963 for use in the Kenner "Give a Show" projector. The collection includes:

* #1-The Flintstones and Pebbles in "Fred takes a Flyer"
* #2-Popeye in "Undersea Surprise"
* #3-Mighty Mouse in "Two Can Play That Game"
* #4-Rocky and Bullwinkle in "To-Catch a Moose"
* #5-Alvin and the Chipmunks in "Picnic Surprise"
* #6-Roy Rogers in "Trip Trap"
* #8-Lassie in "Stampede"
* #9-Mr. Ed in "Now Who's Talking"
* #10-Dick Tracey in "The Robot Wrecker"
* #12-Captain Kangaroo in "Who Stopped the Clock"
* #13-Mr. Magoo in "Class Reunion"
* #14-Casper the Friendly Ghost in "The Braggin' Dragon"
* #15-Superman in "Journey into the Past"
* #16-Whirlybirds in "Air Fishing"
* #17-Bozo the Clown in "Chimp Chasing"
* #20-Alvin and the Chipmunks in "Alvin's Big Catch"
* #21-Dennis the Menace in "A Trip to the Museum"
* #22-Lassie in "Lassie Gets a Reward"
* #22-Captain Kangaroo in "No Feathers for Bunny"
* #24-Bozo the Clown in "It Looks Like a Real Lion"
* Plus 2 Kaleido film and a draw your own strip

In good condition with evidence of a good amount of prior use. A nice collectible or hobby asset.

Kenner Products was an American toy company started in 1947 in Cincinnati, Ohio by brothers Albert, Phillip and Joseph Steiner. General Mills bought the company in 1967. In 1985 the company was spun off from General Mills. In 1987 Tonka acquired the company and then sold it to Hasbro about 1995. The Kenner Company ceased operations as the Kenner Company in 2000.
Item # 17-006

Collection of 23 assorted vintage cartoon toy projection slides from 1963 for use in the Kenner "Give a Show" projector. The collection includes:

* #1-The Flintstones and Pebbles in "Fred takes a Flyer"
* #2-Popeye in "Undersea Surprise"
* #3-Mighty Mouse in "Two Can Play That Game"
* #4-Rocky and Bullwinkle in "To-Catch a Moose"
* #5-Alvin and the Chipmunks in "Picnic Surprise"
* #6-Roy Rogers in "Trip Trap"
* #8-Lassie in "Stampede"
* #9-Mr. Ed in "Now Who's Talking"
* #10-Dick Tracey in "The Robot Wrecker"
* #12-Captain Kangaroo in "Who Stopped the Clock"
* #13-Mr. Magoo in "Class Reunion"
* #14-Casper the Friendly Ghost in "The Braggin' Dragon"
* #15-Superman in "Journey into the Past"
* #16-Whirlybirds in "Air Fishing"
* #17-Bozo the Clown in "Chimp Chasing"
* #20-Alvin and the Chipmunks in "Alvin's Big Catch"
* #21-Dennis the Menace in "A Trip to the Museum"
* #22-Lassie in "Lassie Gets a Reward"
* #22-Captain Kangaroo in "No Feathers for Bunny"
* #24-Bozo the Clown in "It Looks Like a Real Lion"
* Plus 2 Kaleido film and a draw your own strip

In good condition with evidence of a good amount of prior use. A nice collectible or hobby asset.

Kenner Products was an American toy company started in 1947 in Cincinnati, Ohio by brothers Albert, Phillip and Joseph Steiner. General Mills bought the company in 1967. In 1985 the company was spun off from General Mills. In 1987 Tonka acquired the company and then sold it to Hasbro about 1995. The Kenner Company ceased operations as the Kenner Company in 2000.

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Vintage Toy projector slides, Kenner, Cartoon charcters, 1963

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: Cardboard, Plastic
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