The one and only Tarzan. They used Mr Weismuller's call for every Tarzan that came after !

King of the Swingers: Cheetah (right) In the 1939 hit Tarzan Finds a Son. Jane, Tarzan, Boy and Cheetah. The character of Cheetah was the comic relief in the Tarzan series starring American Olympic gold medal swimmer Weissmuller.

I had a pair of these. My Grandma bought them for me from the toy department of Footman's, where she worked in the linens department.

Vtg 50s BAKELITE Plastic Dress Up Play Shoes High Heel Little Girl NORSTAR Eames

Plastic-Dress-Up-Play-Shoes-High-Heels! My sisters and I all have these. That's how we learned how to walk in heels.

Dum Dum Dum Dum, Esso Blue . . . Oh my mam had one of these as a key ring - I can even remember the words from the TV ad! - CW

My Dad got me one of these when I was a little kid.For my American chums, 'Esso' was a gas company in the UK, not an ill-fated boy super-hero, whose face was always on fire.

It was a concept I never really understood – guess what the song is by hearing one note of it. That’s one note. ONE. Any song in the world from just one note. One note that could be from any song ever, played on its own. And they got a whole game show out of this?  - See more at: http://www.doyouremember.co.uk/memory.php?memID=9759

Name that Tune (UK)

Guess what the song is by hearing one note of it. That’s one note. Any song in the world from just one note. One note that could be from any song ever, played on its own. And they got a whole game show out of this?

The Wide Range Readers, Green Book V (1957) Phyllis Flowerdew …there were blue books too!

The Wide Range Readers, Green Book V Phyllis Flowerdew.one of my mums friends so I had the full set.learnt to read with them Xxxxx

I Dream of Jeannie cartoon from the early 70's... "Yabble, Dabble!"

I always thought of this as your cartoon because I didn't like it that much but we watched it --I Dream of Jeannie cartoon from the early "Yabble, Dabble!

Talk about a blast from the past! Weebles wobble but they don't fall down :-)  I LOVED these when I was little!

Talk about a blast from the past! Weebles wobble but they don't fall down :-) I LOVED these when I was little!

How we kept the bread fresh. My uncle was a surgeon and removing these from people's stomachs was one of his most common operations.

How we kept the bread fresh. My uncle was a surgeon and removing these from people's stomachs was one of his most common operations. We used to collect these and put them around the brake cables on our bikes.

Vintage tupperware toys

Vintage tupperware toys - I totally used to play with these at my grandma's house :)

Pinterest
Search