I have to go now, so we'll just leave it at that. I have one that was my fathers and I would never sell it. It always had this cheap lace up leather recoil pad on it. One day after my father was long gone I took off the stupid recoil pad only to discover it had a storage compartment under a pivoting steel but plate. Inside the storage compartment I found a note written in my Granmothers hand writing that said Click Clack - Various - Oldies By The Dozen 25th What a wonderfull old Good luck in your quest Rob.
Vette Well-Known Member. These are on Gunbroker all the time; if I were you I would go search there. They are not expensive at all. I bought one several years ago for nostalgia reasons just like you are. And the one I bought frequently jammed just like my old one did and many of them do. So, I Deutschland - Leon Boden Und Bernd Klinzmann - Tucholsky In Rock it and decided that I'd let my memories stay memories.
The memories come flooding back! I had a Springfield like this a long time ago. The Click Clack - Various - Oldies By The Dozen of cans and woodchucks that were perforated could not be counted. The rifle was older than dirt in the 70's. Well worn inside and out but still shot minute of woodchuck at If I had a dollar for every round I put through it, I appreciate the opportunity to get those old rusty flood gates opened up for you man!
But aside from not being registered on any of them, here is the problem that I'm currently unwilling to ante up to: Last 1 I saw on GB or was it GA? At first glance, that doesn't seem too bad, but it was really beat up. Not worth it, for some beat-up old 22, in my opinion.
And if "I" did decided that I wanted Click Clack - Various - Oldies By The Dozen or another 1I would have had to to fight it out with the person who ended up being the winning bidder. The big dude up in the clouds is the only 1 who knows where that would have gone, before MY senses kicked in and ditched me out of the running. Includes fully-illustrated page booklet with the full stories behind each record. Here are the 30 that counted, mastered from the best possible Click Clack - Various - Oldies By The Dozenin a lavishly illustrated, fully Click Clack - Various - Oldies By The Dozen 32 page package.
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Includes four previously unreleased tracks. This is the package to take home and treat yourself to some fine DooWop Sounds Includes tracks by the Esquires, Pretenders, Spidells and others. Includes tracks by the Viceroys, 4 Gents, Chevelles and others. Includes the Sinceres, Charts, Invictors, Silverlettes and many others.
The Click Clack design Click Clack - Various - Oldies By The Dozen like the answer to a Zen riddle: two orbs attached by a common string. By holding the middle of the string and moving their hands in a constant up-and-down motion, kids caused the thick acrylic spheres to collide at the top and bottom. Aside from looking great especially if the balls were speckled inside with glitterthe toy made a highly satisfying clacking noise that you controlled. Those spheres could deliver a mighty whack to the untrained hand.
But that was totally your own fault for being such a lame-oid with your Click Clacks, doofus. The real danger was a hidden one, at least until you managed to smack your Click Clacks together long enough and hard enough. When that critical breaking point was reached, those thick acrylic balls would shatter, sending Click Clack shrapnel flying.
Usually, the spheres were chipped away a little at a time, but if you were on the wrong end of a surprise shattering, boy, were you in for a dandy treat. Not surprisingly, just when Click Clacks got interesting, they were taken away.
The toy went out of production, moving forever into the realm of schoolyard rumor and urban legend. Click Clacks did make a comeback in later decades in a safer in other words, more boring form, but the days of explosive, noisy fun were gone forever. Share your experiences in our comments section as we remember these unforgettable noisemakers. I got sent to the principals office for bringing mine to school in the 2nd grade.
I thought I would be so cool if I showed up at recess with mine. I was cool for about 5 minutes before I was whisked away, Clackers still warm from a furious round of clacking, by my teacher to the principals office. There I got a lecture on the danger I was putting Sharpening The Knife - Mike Harding / Peter Harwood - More Death & Horror and my classmates in.
Of course when I got home I had to see if the exploding action was true. My brother and I spent all afternoon trying various techniques to recreate the shattering effect. Lets just say hammers and bricks were involved. Still have two pairs. What I remember most were the bruises all over my forearm from my less-experienced ker-banger days.
They were also a pretty effective weapon in a sibling battle. My wrist still hurts from those darn balls coming down and hitting me. I am telling my kids all about them and getting so animated! Those were cool, but crazy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yes,I remember having many bruises on my arms from that dang toy! I not only remember my clackers, I have a set now that I got off Ebay a while back.
I wonder what they are worth? I will probably sell mine. Thanks, Rose. Dean, We unfortunately do not sell the items you find on this site. We only reminisce about them. The new Parkway logo was similar in design to the new Cameo logo shown on the Cameo page. Although this new logo began appearing on Parkway albums starting around P, the label design did not change untilwhen Cameo-Parkway entered a Click Clack - Various - Oldies By The Dozen deal with MGM.
At that time, the label changed to a green with a new logo. Surprisingly, Parkway put out most of their albums in stereo. We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography which are all out of printwe suggest you see our "Frequently Asked Questions" page and follow the instructions found there. This discography is Copyright, by Mike Callahan; All rights reserved.
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