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Subject: View Masters

Written By: Ms_Summer on 07/08/03 at 11:04 p.m.

I loved View Masters.  You would slip the round disc in and pull the lever on the right and view the 3D disc.  I remember having The Flinstones, The Jetsons, and some other ones.  

Subject: Re: View Masters

Written By: CatwomanofV on 07/09/03 at 12:02 a.m.

I remember having one of the Little Kiddles.  ;)  As an adult, I would get them for my friends' kids. That why I wouldn't have my friends yelling at me because I got there kids some loud, and obnoxious toy.


Subject: Re: View Masters

Written By: Howard on 07/09/03 at 05:58 p.m.

I had the Michael Jackson View Master. I used to love those. I wonder if they still sell them?  ???


Subject: Re: View Masters

Written By: sunshinecutie on 07/09/03 at 10:22 p.m.

i had a view master with alot of disney discs

Subject: Re: View Masters

Written By: Secret_Squirrell on 07/10/03 at 01:31 a.m.

I think every kid had them at one time or another.  :)  I had the "Space 1999" series.

Subject: Re: View Masters

Written By: Bobby on 07/10/03 at 02:55 a.m.

I remember them! I had Mork and Mindy.  :D

Subject: Re: View Masters

Written By: Marian on 07/11/03 at 10:31 a.m.

:D :D :DI used to hace 2 od them---a 50s one and a 70s one.I had a lot of Peanuts discs.One i currently have isn't actually the ViewMaster brand---it's a Russian stereoscope from the Soviet era.It has rectangular cards which are fed top to bottom into the viewer.It's probably from the 60s.It has pictures of Leningrad,the Kremlin,an electronics store,statues,and other tourist attractions. 8) 8)Cheers!