This lunch box was featured in Cyndi Lauper’s 1984 number one hit, “Time After Time.”
This lunch box is a tribute to the 1967 TV show about a sassy nun that can fly.
The Food Fighters was an action figure collection by Mattel released in 1988.
Check out this rock band made out of giant lips!
The Hair Bear Bunch is a 1971 cartoon based on three bars trying to escape the Wonderland Zoo. They had an invisible motorcycle which is awesome.
The Six Million Dollar Man is a 1974 cartoon about a former astronaut with bionic implants. Why is that guy holding a part of a tree? And why would you put this on a kid’s lunch box?
Sigmund and the Sea Monsters is a 1973 cartoon about a sea monster who was thrown out of his home because he refused to scare humans. The sea monster befriends two boys and lives in their club house.
Popples is a 1986 cartoon about colorful bears and their adventures with humans.
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