Food of the Seventies, Libby's Libby's Libby's Pizza

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Pizza sauce in a can that you spread on a slice of white bread and stick in the oven. I remember serving it at a slumber party in first grade - 1972. Loved it because I could make it myself.
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amy b - October 26, 2007 - Report this comment
remember the commercials? if it says libby's libby's libby's on the lable lable lable,you will like it like it like it on the table table table.thats all i have to say.
bababoozer - March 07, 2009 - Report this comment
I remember that! I recall it being tasty, but who knows for memories?
Rob Lambert - March 16, 2012 - Report this comment
LIBBY PIZZA SAUCE had a unique zest that wasn't drowned out with spice. I recently bought a Libby Girl talking doll at an antique store. In 1974 and 1975, Mattel Toys manufactured these promotional dolls. The doll has yellow yarn hair, a cartoon-like face, red shirt with LIBBYS LIBBYS LIBBYS on the chest, and white skirt and shoes. You had to send Libbys like 20 labels or proof of purchases, or ten dollars to get a doll. The talk box on mine doesn't work. This Libby girl was a cartoon mascot in TV ads during that time. LIBBY PIZZA sauce was one of the items you could buy toward getting a Libby talking doll.
steph - March 09, 2016 - Report this comment
i can't fin any picture for those cans
paula - February 06, 2017 - Report this comment
i have one of those dolls with the pull string but her voice has quit working as well.. and here i thought i had found something unique in a bunch of junk.. lol
Rob Lambert - February 07, 2017 - Report this comment
Paula: There are folks who can repair the Libby Girl's talk box, let alone full restoration. A Google search will open up leads. Among Libby's phrases: "What time is it? I think you're funny! Did you eat your vegetables? My name is Libby, what's yours? Let's play a game!" and a couple others.
Rob Lambert - February 23, 2017 - Report this comment
The other two phrases the 1974 Libby doll said were, "Let's have a tea party" and "May I have a cookie?" A Libby doll is worth over $100 if talking and unused, in original cellophane wrapping. Maybe a little more if the mailer is still there.
Rob Lambert - September 14, 2017 - Report this comment
A Libby pull-string doll was recently auctioned for $75 on eBay. Doll was in perfect shape. Clean, hair, ribbons and shoe laces tight. Appears to have never been played with. Came with original plastic bag and mailing shipper, postmarked Dec. 3, 1975 (about the time promotion ended). The ONLY problem...her talk device didn't work, possibly from age alone. The Libby was a rag doll, not sturdy like a Barbie. The talk device is embedded in foam padding, in the stomach area. Very difficult to undo and re-sew the diaper in order to repair talk device, plus deal with the pull ring.
Rob Lambert - July 26, 2018 - Report this comment
eBay had for auction a 1974 Libby talking doll in great shape. Not talking, but is with original clear bag, mailer AND the warranty/registration card from Mattel. These were included with many store-bought toys in 1973-75. Since the Libby doll was a premium (no money paid, just the 20+ can labels needed), you couldn't write down price paid, though a talking rag doll usually sold for around $8.

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