my childhood 1970s

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Kung Fu Book 1

Okay, I admit it: I still like the 1970s TV show, Kung Fu, starring the late (and admittedly edgy) David Carradine. I am strictly "old school"--I favor the original series, especially Seasons 1 and 2 (I have all three on DVD). During the first run, I lived overseas and so stumbled upon the show by chance during a summer vacation in the States. I bought my copies of the 4 tie-in books (all published by Warner Books) through the Scholastic Book Club. In college, I raced home from school or…

The Floating Dreams

My daughter loves Steve Cole's books, specially the Astrosaurs, so her drawings are full of dinosaurs. I'm not surprised since her two favourite topics at the moment are dinosaurs & space and these books combine both. However I find it slightly ironic that she doesn't even glance at all the pink, sparkly, super-sweetness-oozing kitten, fluffy bunnies or fairies books targeted to girls of her age; but goes straight for the ones packed with action and darker colours.

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Banana Splits club membership book, 1968

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Sweet wrappers over the years

Due to posts being cross posted & linked from other now dead sites, This thread will contain all the vintage sweets we remember from across the years in one place. All labelled for easy searching. If you are a regular, you will have seen most of these before, but some have been unavailable for a while now, so .. here they are :) Terry's Bitz (Orange) http://i636.photobucket.com/albums/uu86/DarrenLeeStephens/sweets/tebitz.jpg

Camberwick Green

The first installment in Gordon Murray's puppet trilogy, this series gave children an insight into the lives of the folk of Camberwick Green, a small village...

Classic Kids TV Shows in the UK in the 70s/80s - Page 2

Were you a 70's/80's kid? See how many of these classic TV shows you remember watching. Bring on the nostalgia :-)

Memory lane - Page 18

At Blandford camp in 1954 I was paying 9pence a pint. Old money, of course. My weekly pay was twenty five shillings, as I remember. Needless to say, we did

Lizzie Dripping by the Sea (Lizzie Dripping, book 2) by Helen Cresswell

Lizzie Dripping by the Sea (Lizzie Dripping, book 2) by Helen Cresswell - book cover, description, publication history.

Look In magazine 26 September 1981

Look In magazine No.40 week, ending 26 September 1981 the full issue is available here (32 pages) http://s560.photobucket.com/albums/ss43/ecofugal/lookin-sept-1981/ http://i560.photobucket.com/albums/ss43/ecofugal/lookin-sept-1981/lookin01.jpg

17 nineties shops we wish would come back from the dead

Hands up if your first single was from Our Price.

AF2670 AS IF BY MAGIC THE SHOPKEEPER APPEARED MR BENN 1970'S 1980'S CARTOON TV SHOW ACRYLIC FRIDGE MAGNET

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Same As It Never Was: Nostalgia and Children’s TV Karen Lury / University of Glasgow

Captain Pugwash (Character) - Comic Vine

Captain Pugwash is a pirate who commands the ship the Black Pig.

The White Horses (YU) (Dubbed)

Follow The White Horses (YU) (Dubbed) on ShareTV. Complete episode/character guides, track DVD releases, get show updates and trivia (9 fans)

Sweet wrappers over the years

Due to posts being cross posted & linked from other now dead sites, This thread will contain all the vintage sweets we remember from across the years in one place. All labelled for easy searching. If you are a regular, you will have seen most of these before, but some have been unavailable for a while now, so .. here they are :) Terry's Bitz (Orange) http://i636.photobucket.com/albums/uu86/DarrenLeeStephens/sweets/tebitz.jpg