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Fabulous 50's Nostalgic / Retro Jigsaw Puzzle

In the 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle, Fabulous 50's by White Mountain, a collage of everything "50's" is depicted. Some of these pictures include Marilyn marrying Joe DiMaggio, Buck Rogers & the Lone Ranger saving the day, while others include Ozzie & Harriet, Mad Magazine, Howdy Doody, and the one & only Elvis Presley. We could read On the Road or East of Eden while eating a TV Dinner washed down with Ovaltine or maybe a Schlitz, followed by a workout in a Hula Hoop. Then there was the not-so-fabulous embodied by segregation, the “Red Iceberg”, the atomic bomb, and McCarthyism. Albert Einstein died in 1955 but that same year the polio vaccine came into use, developed by Dr. Jonas Salk. This puzzle is a great afternoon activity—especially if you're feeling nostalgic!

Fabulous 50's

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Pieces 1000
Age 12+
Artist Charlie Girard
Dimensions 24" x 30"
Manufacturer White Mountain
Theme Collage, Nostalgic / Retro
Puzzle Type Jigsaw Puzzle
Mfg. Part Number 1281PZ
UPC Number 724819259649
Puzzle Category Collages & Assortments
Item Number 120133
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In the 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle, Fabulous 50's by White Mountain, a collage of everything "50's" is depicted. Some of these pictures include Marilyn marrying Joe DiMaggio, Buck Rogers & the Lone Ranger saving the day, while others include Ozzie & Harriet, Mad Magazine, Howdy Doody, and the one & only Elvis Presley. We could read On the Road or East of Eden while eating a TV Dinner washed down with Ovaltine or maybe a Schlitz, followed by a workout in a Hula Hoop. Then there was the not-so-fabulous embodied by segregation, the “Red Iceberg”, the atomic bomb, and McCarthyism. Albert Einstein died in 1955 but that same year the polio vaccine came into use, developed by Dr. Jonas Salk. This puzzle is a great afternoon activity—especially if you're feeling nostalgic!

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5 Stars
Willard Couch - Joplin, MO
Value: Good (80%)
Difficulty: Easy
Would Recommend: Yes

Love the puzzles, keeps an old man busy

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Margaret Cox - Saint Augustine, FL
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Difficulty: Hard
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I LOVE your puzzles...they are a challenge and yet a lot of fun to work, I live in independent living and the puzzle room is my favorite place to be. Getting ready to tackle the TELEVISION puzzle...can't wait to be a puzzle champ again. Thanks for a speedy delivery, too. I will be back again....soon. Maggie Cox

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