Dispensa's Castle Of Toys (Commercial, 1979)

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Here's only the second commercial for Dispensa's Castle of Toys that we've ever found!

Same great session music (oh, to have the original tapes of this - maybe it was done by the same people who did the Super Cartoon Sunrise theme) - this one has less creepy Santa though.

Dispensa's Castle of Toys was located in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois on Route 83 and Roosevelt Road.

As a bonus, the ending voiceover mentions an in store appearance (Sunday, November 11 1979) guaranteed to bring in the kids - Ray Rayner, Cooky, and oh-yeah, Santa too.

Other than the other Castle of Toys commercial, the other Dispensa-related commercials we have are for the Kiddie Kingdom - #1 and #2.

Ending voiceover by Bob Bell.

"See Ray Rayner, Cooky the Clown, and Santa Claus..."

This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, November 5th 1979.


Date Uploaded: 06/09/2016

Tags: 1970s   Local Commercials   Kids' Commericals     




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creepy Santa though.

Dispensa's Castle of Toys was located in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois on Route 83 and Roosevelt Road.

As a bonus, the ending voiceover mentions an in store appearance (Sunday, November 11 1979) guaranteed to bring in the kids - Ray Rayner, Cooky, and oh-yeah, Santa too.

Other than the other Castle of Toys commercial, the other Dispensa-related commercials we have are for the Kiddie Kingdom - #1 and #2.

Ending voiceover by Bob Bell.

"See Ray Rayner, Cooky the Clown, and Santa Claus..."

This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, November 5th 1979." /> Share

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LaPrincess 06/11/2016 Reply

I remember this jingle. I was always fascinated by this store and loved when we took a ride there. I mentioned this on another video but this location has an interesting history. One of the first drive-ins was built on this spot then was torn down (not sure if it was to build Dispensas). After this was closed they built the tallest building (outside the city limits of Chicago) in Illinois.