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I'm Feeling Moodies

I'm Feeling Moodies Innovative Busy Beaver Button Museum
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I'm Feeling Moodies
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Spinner button with blue background and red spinner. Background has image of rainbow and text in yellow. Underneath rainbow is view window with black background. Each position has a character of varied colors with a white text word.

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Pat Pend Wammy Enterprises Inc.

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The Moodies spinner button is the creation of artist Judy Woudenberg and entrepreneur Bob Petry from Kent, Ohio. The Moodies, characters created to represent emotions and conditions, were part of Petry's business, Kent Toys Incorporated. In 1983, the Moodies boomed in popularity. From 1983-1985, Moodies were featured on stickers, buttons, fast food meal toys, calculators, shoes, and even a Tokyo security firm's logo.

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The Akron Beacon Journal from Akron, O. (1985). The Akron Beacon Journal from Akron, Ohio on November 18, 1985 · Page 17. Retrieved from https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/154986331/

Toy company wins big with 'Lottery'. (1987). Retrieved from https://www.upi.com/Archives/1987/03/19/Toy-company-wins-big-with-Lotter...

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