Toys of the Seventies, Tin Can Alley

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rifel target game which shot a beam of light to the target which in turn nocked the can off the alley
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Dave - October 02, 2007 - Report this comment
Crap - it was much better to use real airguns and full cans. I bet some americans used real .45 or .38 calibre weapons.
Rich - March 20, 2010 - Report this comment
great game and made me feel like I was at the boardwalk. Became pretty good and it did carry over to my BB gun.
Rob Lambert - April 07, 2015 - Report this comment
Ideal Toys made Tin Can Alley (imagine, lifting the name of an entire genre of music on a cheap toy) in 1977, shortly before Star Wars mania hit the country. Actor Chuck Connors (who more fitting?) filmed a TV commercial for this. Tin Can Alley went out with a whimper in 1978, having been replaced by Luke Skywalker's laser beam wand.

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