Thursday, November 5, 2015

Play Entry 18 The Play Museum

"Twister, Mr. Bensch said, was notable for using people as the game pieces. When Twister was new in the 1960s, Sears Roebuck refused to list it in its catalog — “They said it was selling sex in a box,” he said — and without Sears, sales languished. He said the company that made Twister, Milton Bradley, was set to discontinue it."

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