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Tom Ray's Pop-Culture Roadshow April 20, 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.


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Tom Ray's Pop-Culture Roadshow for April 20, 2020. 

This time around, I try and find out the history of talking dolls. Plus, I have a Yogi Bear Book illustrated by the great artist Mel Crawford! 

Bugs Bunny Chatter Doll 1976 

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Tickle Me Elmo Doll

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Yogi Bear Book Illustrated by Mel Crawford 1963

picture of vintage children's book on white background

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I did the drawings in kind of an old black and white mystery monster movie.