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Vintage McDonaldland 1970’s Fiberglass Large Captain Crook Head Slide Top Figure // Thanks to the 21st century, and the creation of ebay, we now get up close photographs of the classic McDonaldland playland equipment. This was rarely looked at upon inspection by children, as the head and bust of McDonaldland character Captain Crook once topped the pole of his character’s own spiral slide. The piece is described as standing over 6 feet tall.

Vintage McDonaldland 1970’s Fiberglass Large Captain Crook Head Slide Top Figure // Thanks to the 21st century, and the creation of ebay, we now get up close photographs of the classic McDonaldland playland equipment. This was rarely looked at upon inspection by children, as the head and bust of McDonaldland character Captain Crook once topped the pole of his character’s own spiral slide. The piece is described as standing over 6 feet tall.

Topper to an aging Deluxe Captain Crook's Spiral Slide.

Captain Crook Spiral Side part large McDonald’s Captain Crook McDonaldland Spiral Slide is described as being the “Deluxe” version, having stairs and a middle platform rather than a.

Topper to an aging Deluxe Captain Crook's Spiral Slide.

Captain Crook Spiral Side part large McDonald’s Captain Crook McDonaldland Spiral Slide is described as being the “Deluxe” version, having stairs and a middle platform rather than a.

Around 1970, inventors Duane S. Ament and Donald S. Ament (president of Setmakers Inc.) created this CAPTAIN CROOK SPIRAL SLIDE, based on the character, for McDonald’s playlands. Miracle Recreation Equipment purchased the Setmaker Company in Calif. and patented these designs, filing on September 20, 1979 and publishing on December 8, 1981 (USD262230 S, app. # US 06/077,356) This photo shows in depth design details for the playground slide. U.S. Classification D21/820

The Captain Crook Spiral Slide PatentTitle: Playground slide Around inventors Duane S. Ament and Donald S. Ament (president of Setmakers Inc.

Amazing faded shot of a deluxe Hamburglar spiral slide, with stairs and a middle platform, from the 80s McDonald’s playgrounds. Found in Lockington, Ohio and photographed by Scott in 2009.

Amazing faded shot of a deluxe Hamburglar spiral slide, with stairs and a middle platform, from the McDonald’s playgrounds. Found in Lockington, Ohio and photographed by Scott in

A rare photo, this is only listed as being McDonald’s nostalgia. Displayed clearly is a black and white striped Hamburglar Spiral Slide from the 70s-80s. This photo depicts a standard, laddered version of the slide.

A rare photo, this is only listed as being McDonald’s nostalgia. Displayed clearly is a black and white striped Hamburglar Spiral Slide from the This photo depicts a standard, laddered version of the slide.

Close-up of the McDonaldland’s Captain Crook spiral slide topper, shared by Paul Walsh.

Close-up of the McDonaldland’s Captain Crook spiral slide topper, shared by Paul Walsh.

Vintage McDonaldland 1970’s Fiberglass Large Captain Crook Head Slide Top Figure // Thanks to the 21st century, and the creation of ebay, we now get up close photographs of the classic McDonaldland playland equipment. This was rarely looked at upon inspection by children, as the head and bust of McDonaldland character Captain Crook once topped the pole of his character’s own spiral slide. The piece is described as standing over 6 feet tall.

Vintage McDonaldland 1970’s Fiberglass Large Captain Crook Head Slide Top Figure // Thanks to the 21st century, and the creation of ebay, we now get up close photographs of the classic McDonaldland playland equipment. This was rarely looked at upon inspection by children, as the head and bust of McDonaldland character Captain Crook once topped the pole of his character’s own spiral slide. The piece is described as standing over 6 feet tall.

This vintage apple pie tree, as of 2014, is standing in Reno, Nevada near the Silver Legacy. Serving as a reminder to McDonaldland in what appears to be an otherwise bland setting, this seating area is designed for children.

This vintage apple pie tree, as of is standing in Reno, Nevada near the Silver Legacy. Serving as a reminder to McDonaldland in what appears to be an otherwise bland setting, this seating area is designed for children.

Instagram user Principessa Steffani shared this photo of the playground spiral slide topper featured McDonaldland’s loved character, Captain Crook.

Photos of the McDonaldland Captain Crook Spiral Slide! Shared, in order, with captions, by: The striped Captain Crook Spiral Slide!

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