Food of the Seventies, Libbyland Frozen Dinners

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TV Dinners for kids. I seem to remember that they came with a package of chocolate milk mix. The mascot was "Libby the Kid", a cartoon cowboy who claimed "Like 'Billy the Kid', only sideways, sort of..."
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riki - March 20, 2008 - Report this comment
I remember libbyland dinners for the brownie or choc. pudding. I dont remember the pirate theme though. At the time i thought they tasted great (probaly caught up in the packaging). Hey turn on h. r. puff-n-stuf & i could eat one now.
TLanephoto - April 03, 2011 - Report this comment
I LOVED Libbyland Dinners when I was a kid! My Mom was an alchoholic, so I had to make my own lunch and dinner a lot of the time. I would have starved if it weren't for these and the "Boil in Bag" dinners!

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