Toys of the Seventies, Junkyard

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This was a pinball type of game that had pictures of junkyard items (old tire, tools, etc) on pieces of plastic that attached to one end by rubber band. You would shoot a marble from one end and used pinball like flippers to hit the banded junkyard items.
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Brenda - June 09, 2008 - Report this comment
my older sister had this game and I used to sneak into her room and play with it all the time when she wasn't home.
Len - December 02, 2008 - Report this comment
This was my favorite game as a child. I played it for hours! It was so simple but yet you still had to have skill.
Rob Lambert - July 24, 2017 - Report this comment
Junk Yard was from 1975, by Ideal. TV commercial for this aired on the "Oddball Couple" cartoon show over ABC (10/11/75). The cartoon show debuted right after the "Odd Couple" left network TV. Frank Nelson (the guy who's famous line was "EEEyesss!!!") voiced Spiffy, a cat who was Felix's counterpart. Paul Winchell voiced the Oscar counterpart, Fleabag, a sloppy dog. Show was produced by DePatie-Freleng Studios.

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