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Jun 13, '09, 12:48 PM
Play Doh haunted House
YouTube - 1977-78 Play-Doh Haunted House Playset commercial (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiFoTUay3ZE)
Hill's Toy Lay Away from 1981
YouTube - 1981 Commercial Set: Blue Cross, Hills, WXYZ, Entertainment Tonight (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMTkQiX-_g4)
YouTube - 1978-79 Commercials: Wisconsin Bell Telephone, Mattel, Ronald Reagan (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2fQk5ciTFM)
Jun 13, '09, 1:17 PM
What's she buying at Hill's? Some kind of Dukes of Hazzard toy? Lots of Fisher Price in those aisles. Sweet!
While we are at it, I'd love some Blue Cross coverage at 1981 prices.
Jun 13, '09, 1:47 PM
You tube in fantastic
The Maxx F/x commerical is really great to bad it never got the chance to be aired
Jun 13, '09, 1:54 PM
loved the play doh one, too bad I could never mix the colors that good
Jun 13, '09, 2:09 PM
Agree.. the play doh one was priceless (never had the haunted house).
What IS it about the smell of playdoh? :juggleyes_y:
Jun 13, '09, 2:14 PM
Youtube is a dangerous place for me, I can get lost for hours. From your commercials I linked to others, then to others, then....etc. here's one that brings back some memories even though I'm a little late in the season.
YouTube - Thank you Easter Bunny, Bawk Bawk! (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_m3eJxZEai0&feature=related)
Jun 13, '09, 3:53 PM
MEGO Grand Prix & Star Wars Early Bird
YouTube - 1977 Commercials: Mego, Larry Kane, Moving Pictures, Star Wars (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PabM6v6eYWc&feature=related)
MEGO Speed Burners
YouTube - 1978 Alvin the Aardvark and Speed Burners Commercials (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptb9zTe3ThI&feature=related)
Earth 2 Chris
Jun 13, '09, 8:20 PM
Hills is where the toys are (or were)! Any Hills still open? We had several in this area, but they all closed up by the early 90s. That's where I met Spider-Man and the Green Goblin!
Jun 13, '09, 8:47 PM
Do you guys remember the Hills Elf?
All the Buffalo area Hills died in the early 90s, I was buying Kenner Dark Knight stuff there on clearance and reselling at toy shows in Canada, it was lucrative.
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