When I was a kid, it was Davy Crockett coonskin caps
all the way for the boys.
com/Tan-A-Deer-Hide), can lead to the creation of warm and durable clothing, including coonskin caps
The way in which the author deftly sketches out an era of hula-hoops and Groucho Marx hosting the game show, You Bet Your Life (1950-61), of Cold War anxieties and coonskin caps
, is as captivating as it is informative.
The 76 million members of the post-World War II generation that caused a run on coonskin caps
in the 1950s and fostered the counterculture of the 1960s and '70s are about to create a bulge in the over-65 population.
FESS PARKER, who launched a craze for coonskin caps
while playing famous American pioneers Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone, has died of natural causes.
And how dare they wear coonskin caps
and leather breeches to the President's house
Thirty-nine million children were born in the 1950s, boosting demand for everything from school desks to coonskin caps
TV screens that year showed Gene Autry still riding the range, Lucille Ball as the star of "I Love Lucy," and Parker as "Davy Crockett," a show so popular it spurred sales of 100 million coonskin caps
Mickey Mouse ears and Davy Crockett coonskin caps
for children in the 1950s, caps for major league baseball teams and children's snowsuits and winter jackets in the '70s.
The working journalist soon determines that festival parties come in several varieties, from strictly-business affairs with inedible canapes at the major Croisette hotels, to sales company blowouts in the Carlton ballroom complete with free coonskin caps
and silly string, to lavish scenes at rented mansions in the hills usually thrown by major French film magazines.