Famous Ben Cooper Halloween costumes (1972)

  • Miss America
  • Fairy with wings
  • Batman
  • Superman

Every girl will want to be a pretty girl… every boy a super hero. All of rayon taffeta with full face character masks. Sizes S-M-L.



Collegeville Halloween costumes (1973)

See the styles shown, plus many others portraying popular cartoon and TV characters. All costumes have been treated to resist flame. Masks feature wide-vision eye openings.



Ben Cooper Halloween costumes (1973)

Super heros [sic] & pretty girls: Includes Superman, Raggedy Ann, Batman, Miss America and Fairy with Wings

TV heroes: Includes Flintstones, Spiderman, Frankenstein and Scooby Doo

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Favorite characters: Includes witch, astronaut, monster, devil, skeleton, clown, ghost and fairy.



Seventies Halloween costumes (1973)



Halloween costumes for kids (1975)

Collegeville Halloween costumes, fire [retardant] and safe for all your little witches and goblins. Assorted sizes and patterns. Similar to illustrations.



Vintage Collegeville Halloween costumes (1975)

  • Children’s favorite TV Superstars collection
  • Sizes to fit children 39 in. to 56 in. tall
  • Flame retardant rayon trouser fronts, Kimkloth backs
  • Full faced masks with Saf-T-C eyeholes


Vintage Halloween costumes from Collegeville (1976)

Deluxe tiny tot flannel costumes with long sleeves: Bugs Bunny – Tweety – Casper – Benji – Friendly Lion – White Rabbit


Ape – Cinderella – Devil – Ghost


Monster – Skeleton – Witch – Vampire


Clown – Princess – Kitten – Pirate – Rabbit


Bugs Bunny – Roadrunner – Casper – Popeye – Witchiepoo – Barbie doll – Underdog – Cinderella


Bugs Bunny – Emergency – Tweety – Casper – Daffy Duck – Underdog



Vintage Ben Cooper Halloween costumes (1978)


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