Submitted by Name: Daniel From: SC E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am trying to recall the name of a game show that I think was on in the 60s. Saturday morning kids played the game. It was a shopping game I think. I remember a raised "boardwalk" that was divided into segments that counted as spaces. Players turned an hourglass with a die inside to determine the number of spaces they would move down the track. I remember a cage that was some sort of "jail cell." I saw the game only a few times when I visited my grandparents in New York. Hopefully someone else might remember this game show too. I checked game show lists and did not recognize the name for this game.
Admin reply: I don't recall that game Daniel but perhaps somebody reading this may be able to assist.
Added: March 6, 2015
Submitted by Name: Mary From: Estero, Fl (by way of Iowa) E-mail: Contact
Comments: I remember many of the same things; really enjoyed reading your site. I am writing a novel that takes place in 1968-when I was 12--and your site has helped with my "research;" which happens whenever my characters bore me!
Great job. Thank you.
Admin reply: Thank you Mary and good luck on your novel.
Added: March 4, 2015
Submitted by Name: Darbi From: Pittsburgh E-mail: Contact
Comments: My high school history project is all about the sixties and this site has been a huge help
Admin reply: Good luck on your project Darbi!
Added: March 4, 2015
Submitted by Name: Eddie From: Queens, New York E-mail: Contact
Comments: Find and air more ads
Added: March 3, 2015
Submitted by Name: carol From: cincinnati, oh E-mail: Contact
Comments: Love your comments. I was born in 1946 and had the most amazing childhood. Still in contact with my group from grade school. We go to lunch every few months and for those who are out of town we go on a girls trip every few years. What a blast!
Admin reply: That is great Carol. I stay in touch with a few of my classmates as well. Thanks for sharing and checking out The 60s Official Site.
Added: March 2, 2015
Submitted by Name: Franklin Webster Sr From: Beaverton Oregon- Formerly Lancaster Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi Carl i know it has been a long time for me between e-mails. I like your new site and was just wanting to tell you that after four years now i can hear backstreet memories first for quite a while. love earl grants the end. Another question did you discontinue the potpori jukebox? and where is our old new WCOL yesterday? has always been a welcome home to me from ohio. Thanks Carl..//
Admin reply: Good to hear from you Franklin. Yes to both accounts. I am in the middle of redoing all the jukeboxes but they will return as soon as possible.
Added: March 2, 2015
Submitted by Name: Lee DaVito From: Bloomington, Il E-mail: Contact
Comments: Nice site. Do you remember a toy that used a heating element to make molded characters?? Using colored liquid.
Admin reply: Thank you for visiting Lee. I'm sorry I don't remember that toy.
Added: February 28, 2015
Submitted by Name: Mike R From: Grove City Oh E-mail: Contact
Comments: Love Oldies
Admin reply: Plenty of them here at The 60s Official Site Jukebox page. Thanks for stopping by.
Added: February 27, 2015
Submitted by Name: Stephanie Aceves From: los angeles, California E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am taking a U.S. history course for school andwas really interested in the baby boom era. I was asked to write an essay on the sixties and thought this can't be hard. I searched up the sixties in Google to get specific information such as direct quotes or exactl information. I stumbled upon your site and felt happy. Your site has tons of information that can help me with my essay. What makes me even more happy is this is great for my personal reference so I can show it to my friends. I think this is something that will also excite all of them. Thank you and by the way I'm 18.
Admin reply: Glad we could be of some assistance, Stephanie. Thank you for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed the trip back to the 60s.
Added: February 26, 2015
Submitted by Name: Janet Beavington From: London England E-mail: Contact
Comments: great to find this 60s official site i was born 1950 and grew up in London in the swinging sixties to the sounds of Dusty Springfield the beetles, beachboys, roy orbinson elvis and many more. Everything has changed so much since the clothes, the people, the places. I cant believe the time has gone by so quickly i remember the record Will you still love me will you still feed me when im 64. Well i am there now no going back but i love to listen to the songs and watch old films from those times. I think im stuck in a time warp. Anyway good to share take care and God Bless
Admin reply: Thank you Janet for sharing. We baby boomers love to open up the time machine and go back now and then when things seemed so much simpler.