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Posted 6 years ago


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Eddy Weet was an announcer for the Nabisco Radio Theater, a 1952 show which was produced by Ronald Reagan's brother, who worked at Nabisco's advertising agency and wanted to rope in a few young un's minds along with the cattle. GE, the brains behind the "General Electric Refrigerator Wild West Rodeo" used to be America's largest corporate polluter.

Brand them Kids and Brand them Early!

(You thought they were just giving them away?)

Collect them all!

Assorted Cowboy and Indian cut-out toys, c. 1950-1960 Collection Jim Linderman
of Dull Tool Dim Bulb the Blog.


  1. Pencil-necked-geek Pencil-necked-geek, 6 years ago
    The second picture shows two insert cards from Nabisco Shredded Wheat boxes that were part of a do-it-yourself 'newfangled' TV broadcast of the Straight Arrow show and included not only a script, but also a box that served as a television in which those cut-outs (which were intended to be put on a child's fingertip) could perform! I have those as part of the five SA "Injun-uity" Card insert sets produced between 1948 & 1952.

    That's how it starts, you know.... I found a handful of those Injun-uity cards left over from my childhood and had to complete the set ~ which I finally did a few years back.

    As for the Rodeo set, I'll try to post pics of a similar GE premium item soon ~ their "Big Top Circus"
  2. Benking, 6 years ago
    Had some.

    Sure wish that I still did.

    You have yours?
  3. JimLinderman JimLinderman, 6 years ago
  4. Benking, 6 years ago
    Do these have the same value as others?

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