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Somewhere, I had a Fisher-Price Movie Viewer, a handheld device that had a crank and a movie cartridge. It was in film format, 8 mm, I believe. Put the cart in the viewer, turn the crank, and watch the movie in adequate lighting. It was better than a standard View-Master because it was animated. Unfortunately, it wasn't 3D like the View-Master. But, it was still a great item. Unfortunately, I can't find it anywhere. It might have been stolen. Bummer.

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9 minutes ago, DegasElite said:

Somewhere, I had a Fisher-Price Movie Viewer, a handheld device that had a crank and a movie cartridge. It was in film format, 8 mm, I believe. Put the cart in the viewer, turn the crank, and watch the movie in adequate lighting. It was better than a standard View-Master because it was animated. Unfortunately, it wasn't 3D like the View-Master. But, it was still a great item. Unfortunately, I can't find it anywhere. It might have been stolen. Bummer.

I've still got one!  You can also watch the movies in reverse, which is hilarious.

 

 

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