Advertisement for the Kodatoy projector, 1931.

UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 14: An advert for the Kodak Kodatoy projector, published in 'Punch' magazine in December 1931. Advertised as 'A projector for children that shows real movies', the Kodatoy 16mm projector was Kodak's response to the success of Pathe's 'Baby' and 'Kid' 9.5mm projectors. Kodak also supplied special short films for youngsters known as 'Kodaplays'. The children here are watching a film of a ship breaking through Arctic ice. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 14: An advert for the Kodak Kodatoy projector, published in 'Punch' magazine in December 1931. Advertised as 'A projector for children that shows real movies', the Kodatoy 16mm projector was Kodak's response to the success of Pathe's 'Baby' and 'Kid' 9.5mm projectors. Kodak also supplied special short films for youngsters known as 'Kodaplays'. The children here are watching a film of a ship breaking through Arctic ice. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
Advertisement for the Kodatoy projector, 1931.
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Editorial #:
90761940
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SSPL
Date created:
January 01, 1931
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