Sunday, September 8, 2013

GREAT find, Part 1!

This is pretty cool in itself, but be sure to also check out the next post I make (soon!), which will feature the awesome BONUSES I got with this impressive package! :)

I picked this up and my first thought was 'wow, this is heavy!' It didn't have the calendar with it, but everything else is intact and the whole package is in mint shape.

What's a Bogie Man? A scary version of Humphrey Bogart? ;)

Here's the first page of the storybook to show you the format...

...and here's a collage of the rest of the pictures. (this took a while!)

When you get to the end, you have an option to join the club. I don't know if this exact one is still around (we're talking 1985, after all), but there are variations of it, it seems.

Finally, here's the record itself. Cute, innit? :)

Again, stay tuned for Part 2, where I will show you the lovely surprises I found inside...


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    1. But that's the great part! ;) This is only the cute part. Haha.

  2. The Bogie man is the UK equivalent of the boogie man. "Hush, here's come the Bogeyman" was a very popular tune with kids in the UK from the late 40s (when radios were first very available) thru the 60s. More popular was the A side (which you're showing above). Your disc has the Henry Hall recording which was the one that used to be played on UK Saturday Morning kids radio.

    1. Thanks for the info. :) I knew about the Bogie man, but I just had to make a bad joke. Haha.


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