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  • This large plastic toy projector from Kenner was basically just a torch/flashlight and a lens. By sliding strips of slides through the projector you could project a 4 sq. feet image on to a screen or wall and "give-a-show".

    Its plastic casing changed shape and colour over the years, but it always contained a bright projector light bulb and a slot that allowed the user to feed a strip of film through the light it emitted to create projected images. To put on a show, the Projector user dimmed the lights and aimed their Give-A-Show Projector at the blank wall of their choice. They then fed a projection strip containing six slides through the side of the Give-A-Show Projector. The end result was a series of four-foot images that told a story to the viewers through words and pictures.


    February 4, 2008