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If you wore a store-bought Halloween costume between 1950 and the late 1980s, there's a good chance it was made by Ben Cooper, Inc. Consisting of an inexpensive vinyl smock...
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These inexpensive plastic masks and vinyl smocks were an iconic American symbol of Halloween from the 1950s to the 1970s, including their Dracula costume.
Consisting of an inexpensive vinyl smock and plastic mask to recreate various pop culture icons, these costumes were a staple of Halloween nights for generations.
Go to space in your ventilated Halloween mask and costume that was a staple for generations of trick-or-treaters.
When Mars attacks, be ready in this retro Halloween costume apparel from Old School Shirts.
These old school Halloween costumes from the late 1930s to the late 1980s, were one of the three largest Halloween costume manufacturers in the U.S.
Products made by this vintage costume company remain highly collectible to this day, well after their prime in the 1950-1970.
These inexpensive plastic masks and vinyl smocks were an iconic American symbol of Halloween from the 1950s to the 1970s.
These inexpensive vinyl smock and plastic masks recreating various pop culture icons, and the costumes were a staple of Halloween nights for generations of kids.
These flame resistant masks were a staple for every kid's Halloween costume from the 1950's through the 1980's. Did you have one?
The color brite costumes with the ventilated masks were the "spookiest" costumes to Trick-or-Treat with from 1950 to 1980.
These vintage clown costumes also came as costume 'jamas! The could be washed, they could be worn as a costume or they could be worn as cuddly, soft pajamas. Do...
Don't be scared, it's just a Halloween costume.