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Danish Retro (Pt 4)

Welcome to the fourth part of Danish Retro. In this edition we look at some half-page adverts found in comic books in Denmark in the 1960s, 70s and 80s.

Part Three can be seen here


Lagerman Caramel Bars. 1969.


Dandy Chewing Gum. 1970.


Kellogg’s Rice Crispies. Pif Paf Puf (Snap Crackle and Pop). 1967.


Sun-Maid Raisins. 1980.


Kellogg’s Stamp Collector Offer. 1970. Frimærkesamler


Matchbox. 1967.


Cowboys and Indians. 1969.


Corgi Farms. Porsche and Lotus. 1967.


Corgi Batmobile and Batboat and Chevrolet Stingray. 1967.


Corgi Transporter. 1967.


Britains. 1970.


Board Games. 1987.


Disney and MOTU Storybook and Cassettes. 1987.


Disney and MOTU Storybook and Cassettes. 1988.


Playmobil. 1980.

Thanks for looking  🙂

Treat yourself

“I generally avoid temptation unless I can’t resist it.”
― Mae West

Why not treat yourself to…

a delicious ice cream

UK. 2000 AD and Tornado. 1980.


a refreshing Coke

France. Pif Gadget. 1982.


a whisky


a cigarette

France. Rigolo. 1983.


a journey back to 1979 to watch Mad Max (time machine required)

France. Métal Hurlant. 1981.


a good laugh

UK. Film Fun. 1957.


Chocolate

UK. Maltesers. Film Fun. 1957


more chocolate

France. Picsou. 1984.


a 90s style fun night in with the family playing Nintendo (time machine required)

Denmark. 1991


Treat yourself to…

some quality time in your garden or allotment


flesh-eating plants

US. 1976.


a Monkey-face Leia figurine

US. Kenner. 1995.


a new camera

France. Pif Gadget. 1978.


a new stereo hi-fi system and turntable

Denmark. 1967.


Treat yourself to…

a fab game of Don’t Dump the Daisy

UK. Ideal. 1972.


the Best of Pink Panther TV pocket book, France

France. Superman. 1980.


a mini spy camera!

US. 1976.


Treat yourself to…

Starburst 1980!

UK. Star Wars Weekly. 1980.


Treat yourself to…

an entry into the Star Wars Helix stationery prize competition 1978 (time machine required)

UK. Star Wars Weekly. 1978.


And finally… wow, just wow… treat yourself to…

a TVTA prototype Ladybug telephone time machine pat pending Mk II time buster! *

TVTA Time Machine Mk II

Go on…

treat yourself.

You know you want to!

🙂

* The TVTA time machine Mk II does not currently work. The last time it did was in June 1994 when TVTA successfully made a return trip to 12th century Venus. Feel free to jiggle around with a screwdriver and duct tape and you may get it working again!

A 1926 Sunday Pictorial

Flappers, Film, Fashion and Food. Images from The Sunday Pictorial, January 31, 1926.


Mrs Mary K. Chapman’s Mysterious Hair Colour Restorer


A few etceteras for women and young girls.


Craven A. “The only cigarette made specially to prevent sore throats.”


A touch of hectic. What modern audiences want


“Stella Dallas” and “The Teaser”


Lady Windermere’s Fan


Quaker Oats


Pompeian Beauty Powder


Olva


Bovril


Yorkshire Blanket Co.


H.P. Sauce.


Hovis Bread


Look for the Cat’s Head

(specially chosen by Wooof)


Camp Coffee


Going Underground

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Thank you for travelling with TVTA.

Danish Retro (Pt 3)

Welcome to the third part of Danish Retro.

In this edition we look at a variety of products as advertised in Denmark in the 1970s and 80s. Featuring: Jan books, Famous Five books, Transformers, Action Force, Kinder Surprise, MB Games, Matchbox cars, Matilda dolls, Lego, Tony the Tiger and Coco Pops. Thanks for looking!

Part Two can be seen here


Jan

Denmark. 1976.


Famous Five Books with… skateboarding

Denmark. 1987.


Transformers Panini stickers

Panini Transformers. Denmark.


Action Force

Action Force stickers. Denmark.

Denmark. 1988.


Mon Chhichi

Denmark. 1980.


Kinder Surprise

1988.

1988.

1989.


Superman

Denmark.


MB Games

MB Games. Denmark. 1988.


Matchbox

Denmark. 1980.


Matilda Doll

Denmark. 1980.

 


Lego

Denmark. 1978.

Denmark. 1980.


Denmark. 1981.


Kellogg’s Frosties

1988.

1984.

1986.


Coco Pops

1988.


 

48, 55, 73, 76, 81, 98.

Do you have a favourite number? Can you find the numbers in the adverts below? What is the significance of the numbers in the post title? Some numbers may be relevant to you, others not. TVTA is proud to present a selection of twentieth century numbers. In no particular order. Join us as we countdown in three, two, one…


31.


007.


13.


6,000,000.


4.


5.


2.


2.


2000.


2 + A (1) = 3.


1664.


666.


999.


101.

France. Pif Gadget N° 616. 1981.


6.

UK. Film Review. July 1979.


1.

UK. 2000 AD. 1983.


440.

US. Weird War Tales. 1981.


5.

UK. Doctor Who Magazine. 2013.


1 – 90 or 1- 75 and other variations.


54.


100.

A mixed bag of MOTU for your viewing pleasure

Masters of the Universe 7 inch record story book. 1985. France.

I love how they used the actual toys to illustrate the cover of this!


1983 Masters of the Universe 7 inch record from France, and Secret of the Dragon’s Egg Super Adventure


Masters of the Universe Danish comic cover 1987


Two ads, Masters of the Universe toys

Denmark. 1987.

Denmark. 1988.


“He-Man”

Mattel relaunched the Masters of the Universe toy line with a 1989 line called He-Man, which featured a more streamlined look for the action figures. The storyline shifted the adventures of He-Man and Skeletor away from Eternia and into outer space.

Denmark. 1990.


He-Man and Masters of the Universe transfers

Denmark. 1988.


Castle Greyskull maze puzzle page

Denmark. 1988. Image supplied by Jaltesorensen.