Friday, April 4, 2008

SHOW 'N TELL PICTURESOUND RECORDS CATALOG SCANS

I HAD A READER OF MY BLOG NAMED BRIAN BE KIND ENOUGH TO SCAN HIS SHOW 'N TELL PICTURESOUND CATALOG FOR ME TO SHARE WITH YOU ALL. AS YOU'LL SEE THERE ARE A BOAT LOAD OF THEM THAT WERE RELEASED BACK IN THE DAY. HERE THEY ARE:











8 comments:

Dolores said...

I have 11 show and tell: Clipper ships;Jim Bowie:Cinderella;Treasure Island:Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates:John Paul Jones;Gulliver's Travels:The Sun's Family:The Aristocats and Where Do You Live: all are in good condition. I would like to sale them> weweldit@hotmail.com

Dave said...

Good luck Delore. Your best bet though is ebay.

Dave

d said...

I have been searching for one of the records for the Show' N Tell that is burned into my brain form childhood. Now that I see the back of the records that you scanned in I think it might be the Learn Through Music set. It was a story of a girl who saw the world differently each time she put on different color sunglasses. She would sing a song that went "Green, Green, Green, Green spectacles make everything look....."
If you know which record this song appears on please let me know and if you happen to know where to get it would make my day!

Dave said...

I don't have that title. Your best bet would be to search on ebay. That's where i found all of my sets.

Dave W.

ed said...

I have 2 show & tell recordings of Joe Lewis "Fighting for his Country" I would like to sell these items if I could.
E-mail @ return or call 215 840 3966 Stacey

clb62 said...

I am anxiously looking for any historical advertisements, photographs, information relating to the 1960's Show 'N Tell phono=viewer. I am also very interested in interviewing former employees who created the Show 'N Tell phono-viewer or picturesound programs. I would love to hear from people who owned a GE Show 'N Tell during the 1960's. E-mail: aichepjr@aol.com Thanks so much!

Karen Connelly said...

My grandma (on Mommy's side) has one of these! She has some Disney and Peanuts ones, I don't know about Sesame Street or Hello Kitty.

Unknown said...

Great great! I have these records in dutch!! something like 18... where to see them: http://www.minigroove.nl/show_n_tell.html unfortunately i cant find the record player... anyways; good luck with collecting and sharing the records to the world!