Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Cool Stuff!

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First up this time around is the Golden Press edition of the Doc Savage novel "Death in Silver." Golden Press did at least two Doc Savage books, and I used to have them both back when I had a collection of Doc books (sadly, I sold them way underpriced about ten or so years ago, when I was out of work).

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Two 1969 Easy-Show Projectors... I know, I've shown these before, consider them photo upgrades!

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Here's a comic book ad for the Easy-Show, from the 1970s!

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This would've been one of the earlier Easy-Show Projectors, judging from the box art!

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Obviously, this one is one of the 1970s models!

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Next, the Adventures of Electro-Man coloring book! The art style looks vaguely familiar, but the name "Lowe" on the bottom doesn't ring a bell at all.

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Now, some Filmation items! First, above, is a Groovie Goolies coloring book, which I'd love to track down some day!

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Journey to the Center of the Earth coloring book -- another item I'd love to have -- plus below, art for a Journey to the Center of the Earth puzzle!
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Still from Space Academy, featuring Jonathan Harris as Gampu!

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Now, some Flash Gordon items, beginning with this lobby card for the serial "Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe"!

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Add this 1962 Flash Gordon coloring book to the list of coloring books I'd like to have in my collection!

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Flash Gordon board game!

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Flash Gordon wallet!

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Flying Disc Man from Mars lobby cards!

4 comments:

  1. There were six Golden Press Doc Savage Books...
    Man of Bronze
    Ghost Legion (retitling of "Spook Legion")
    Death in Silver
    Secret in the Sky
    Sargosso Ogre
    Quest of Qui
    The covers followed the "duotone" color format of the Bama paperback covers, but gave Doc a hairstyle that was a mix of Ron Ely and Steve Holland's widow's peak.

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    1. Thanks for the info!

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  2. Golden did at least 5 Doc Savage reprints. I have 2 or 3 , but they are packed away. never did get around to comparing to see if they'd been altered for a younger audience.

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    1. It never occurred to me that might be the case!

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