Toys of the Seventies, Etch-a-Sketch

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"Ohio Art -- Etch-a-Sketch. You can draw a bird, you can draw a cat, pretty soon you can draw like that." I recall one of my friends spent ages drawing lines thicker and thicker on his Etch-a-Sketch, determined to scrape off enough of the material so he could see what was behind the screen. He did it, too. Etched away the whole darned screen!
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crazy amy - August 07, 2008 - Report this comment
i could draw some wicked-ass stairs but that was it.
VEGASTRACY'72 - September 11, 2008 - Report this comment
I sucked at it, but that didn't stop me from playing w/it & having a blast lol :-)
Olympianbabe - March 21, 2009 - Report this comment
I played with it online and all I can draw was scribbles. What a rip-off!!!
Rob Lambert - June 07, 2012 - Report this comment
Etch-A-Sketch goes back to 1961. I got my first one in 1965. Etch-A Sketch can still be found today at Toys R Us. I think today's Ohio Arts is just a ghost company, not the original. I have a combo TV commercial: Etch-A-Sketch and Spudsy the Hot Potato game, from an episode of "Milton the Monster" cartoon show (1/15/66, ABC).
Kmryn - April 09, 2014 - Report this comment
rip off
Alyssa - June 19, 2014 - Report this comment
It was a rip off. it just drew lines. I saw it in Toy story movie

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