Credits and Links

Info sources on the web: The Official 60’s Site Crazy About TV Retro Nickelodeon The 80s Xchange Mr. Breakfast.com Cereal Project  Pimp that Snack! Hasbro Play-Doh Failed Success Play-Doh Wiki Humans Invent Print Sources 1. Hi There Boys & Girls : America’s Local Children’s TV Programs – Tim Hollis Excellent source by state and city, great sense of humour The Great American Cereal Book2. The Great American Cereal Book : How Breakfast got its Crunch – Martin Gitlin Comprehensive facts and history, great photos and very interesting read  3.  Totally Tubular ’80s Toys – Marl Bellomo  All of the popular favourites and great author memories  4. Whatever Happened to Pudding Pops? The lost Toys, Tastes and Trends of the 70s and 80s  – Gail Fashingbauer Cooper and Brian Bellmont  Excellent history of popular and obscure artifacts from our retro youth and info on what’s still around for the curious mind The World of Smurfs: A Celebration of Tiny Blue Proportions5. The World of Smurfs : A Celebration of Tiny Blue Proportions – Matt. Murray Loaded with photos and stuff you never knew about the development of everything Smurfy 6. Back to our Future: How the 1980s explain the world we live in now – David Sirota Well thought-out narrative of the influence of 80s politics on today’s American culture. Good read for anyone growing up in the 80s or anyone studying current events. The Encyclopedia of TV Game Shows7. The Encyclopedia of TV Game Shows – David Schwartz 8. CandyFreak: a journey through the chocolate underbelly of America –  Steve Almond A delicious, hilarious read 9. Classic Toys of the National Hall of Fame – Scott G. Eberle 10. Obsolete – Anna Jane Grossman A rollicking look back at what’s gone and why it probably should be. 11. Anime Movie Guide – Helen McCarthy If you’re looking to start watching anime start here. 12. Legends of Animation: William Hanna and Joseph Barbera – Jeff Lenburg 13. The Art of Hanna-Barbera – Ted Sennett

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