Heathcliff "Schools a Blast" comic strip cat Vintage 70s Iron On tee shirt transfer Original Authentic
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Garfield comic strip
Vintage Iron On tee shirt transfer Original Authentic
70s comic strip Cartoon t-shirt iron on
Vintage Iron On tee shirt Authentic NOS
retro rock n roll tshirt ironon
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*More boxes unopened since the 1970s and 80s full of surprises to be sure.
*Wholesale lots of 50-1000+ units are available (see our listings)
* Limited quantities, when gone, they are gone!
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Heathcliff: Title character, he is an orange street smart cat, who spends most of his time trying to turn a dustbin over onto people's heads. Heathcliff is a real street cat who loves to fight anyone but will not fight girls, He will also lie, cheat and steal to get himself some food, but beneath it all, he's a good guy. Heathcliff is voiced by Mel Blanc.
Heathcliff is an animated television series that debuted on September 5, 1984. It was the second series based on the Heathcliff comic strip and was produced by DIC Entertainment. It ran in syndication until 1988 with a total of 86 episodes. The first show based on the comic strip was Heathcliff and Dingbat, which debuted in 1980 and was produced by Ruby-Spears. Mel Blanc provided the voice of Heathcliff in both series.
Heathcliff is a comic strip created by George Gately in 1973 featuring the title character, a wisecracking cat. Now written and drawn by Gately's nephew, Peter Gallagher, it is distributed to over 1,000 newspapers by Creators Syndicate, who took over the comic from McNaught Syndicate in 1988.
The strip is usually presented in single-panel gag frames on weekdays. On Sundays, though, the strip is expanded to multiple panels and titled Sunday with Heathcliff. A regular feature in the Sunday strips is Kitty Korner, where unusual cats in the real world are described.
Imagine going back in a TIME MACHINE to 1973 and being able to get ANY ROCK BAND, ANY TV SHOW, ANY HIT MOVIE, put onto a T-shirt for you, right on the spot.
All over America in the 1970s there were small shops who would offer a full selection of IRON ON TRANSFERS. You could go in, pick which picture you wanted on your shirt, pick your shirt size and color, and in 5 minutes you would have a ONE OF A KIND unique 1970s T shirt!!
The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, KISS, James Dean, ET, Rocky......and on and on and on....even ELVIS, the KING!
Well the TIME MACHINE has just been discovered and a very lucky guy in Seattle has come up with boxes of NEW OLD STOCK ....DEADSTOCK.... IRON ON TRANSFERS FROM THE 1970s...!!
Still in original unused MINT condition!!
It's not just ROCK, but TV SHOWS, MOVIE STARS, FAST CARS, MOTORCYCLES, ALCOHOL and BEER THEMES, DRUG THEMES, EVEN SEXY FUNNY ONES... after all the 1970s was about SEX, DRUGS, & ROCK AND ROLL!!
SO here it is, just like it was left for us 30 years ago... you can buy one of these original IRON ONs right now on the internet!
They are a trustworthy small business and want to bring their lucky find to YOU THE COLLECTOR.
Better hurry! Some of these are REALLY SMALL quantities, LOTS of different titles... ONCE they are gone...THEY ARE GONE QUITE POSSIBLY - FOREVER !!! (no reproductions)
Now YOU TOO can share in this story of luck and good fortune …
THANKS TO THE TIME MACHINE!!
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