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American Bandito Pop-Culture Roadshow Feb 21, 2020



American Bandito Pop-Culture Roadshow for Feb 21, 2020. Another episode of my Pop-Culture Roadshow, where I look at toys that I've collected and try to find out a little history or interesting facts about them.

Items

Pee-Wee Herman Children's Sweatshirt from 1989

picture of children's sweatshirt with logo

Mary Poppins Soundtrack LP from 1964

picture of record album

Yogi Bear Takes a Vacation illustrated book from 1965

picture of yogi bear children's book on a white background

Funday School Songs Peter Pan Records from 1965

picture of 45 record sleeve on a table

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