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While cleaning out my wife's grandmothers basement I came across a game and after searching the internet I can't find any information on it except about the trademark/copyright. It's called "Tennis Anyone?" and it was made by Franklin Merchandising co. with a copyright date on the side of the tube it's held in of 1971.
 
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The cover design was by Bradford/Cout Graphic Design (Ron Bradford and Al Cout). Very 70s. Here is some other work by Ron Bradford;
http://www.the-nextlevel.com/odyssey2/articles/bradford/gall...
http://www.the-nextlevel.com/odyssey2/articles/bradford/inde...


Looks like you already found the tradmark info at
http://www.trademarkia.com/tennis-anyone-73229240.html

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Jollyboat wrote:
The cover design was by Bradford/Cout Graphic Design (Ron Bradford and Al Cout). Very 70s. Here is some other work by Ron Bradford;
http://www.the-nextlevel.com/odyssey2/articles/bradford/gall...
http://www.the-nextlevel.com/odyssey2/articles/bradford/inde...


Looks like you already found the tradmark info at
http://www.trademarkia.com/tennis-anyone-73229240.html



Looks a lot like this:



 
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Knowndemons wrote:
While cleaning out my wife's grandmothers basement I came across a game and after searching the internet I can't find any information on it except about the trademark/copyright. It's called "Tennis Anyone?" and it was made by Franklin Merchandising co. with a copyright date on the side of the tube it's held in of 1971.


My parents had a copy of this game! Used to play with it a lot when I was a kid. The "ball" was a small plastic disk that you flipped over the net by pressing on its edge with one of the rackets, tiddly-winks style.
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