Picture This Kojak! oops kodak

Who Loves Ya Baby! Well it might not be about Kojak but in the days of Telly Savalas playing Kojak there was no digital photography it was all film and processing and hey he looked pretty cool in his day. The bald cop in sunglasses sucking a lollipop. Bet everyone that wanted to be cool was queuing up for a chupa chups and its been that way ever since 1958. Ah childhood memories and yeah Chupa Chups! Still Love Em!
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Black and white photograph of a Kodak shop interior, circa 1900. This is likely the Kodak Limited store in the Block Arcade, Collins Street, Melbourne.Photograph - Kodak, Shop Interior

Black and white photograph of a Kodak shop interior, circa 1900. This is likely the Kodak Limited store in the Block Arcade, Collins Street, Melbourne.Photograph - Kodak, Shop Interior

Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd, Shop Interior, Collins Street, Melbourne, circa 1960s Photograph - Kodak, Shop Interior

Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd, Shop Interior, Collins Street, Melbourne, circa 1960s Photograph - Kodak, Shop Interior

Colour photograph of the shop interior of the Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd retail store on Hay Street, Perth, Western Australia, circa 1960s. It shows customers at the service counter and Christmas decorations hung around the store.

Colour photograph of the shop interior of the Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd retail store on Hay Street, Perth, Western Australia, circa 1960s. It shows customers at the service counter and Christmas decorations hung around the store.

Black and white photograph of the shopfront of Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd's building on Hay Street, Perth, Western Australia, circa 1960s

Black and white photograph of the shopfront of Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd's building on Hay Street, Perth, Western Australia, circa 1960s

Chupa Chups - How it all began? Up until the late 1950s sweets had different shapes and colours. But children, being children, would pop them in and out for their mouths regularly to examine them, to talk with friends, to hide them from parents or put them in their pockets for later. This meant that kids and sweets were a messy mix. In 1958 pioneering sweet-lover Enric Bernat created a universally appealing sweet that would make kids and parents happy. Suddenly it struck him: the world…

Chupa Chups - How it all began? Up until the late 1950s sweets had different shapes and colours. But children, being children, would pop them in and out for their mouths regularly to examine them, to talk with friends, to hide them from parents or put them in their pockets for later. This meant that kids and sweets were a messy mix. In 1958 pioneering sweet-lover Enric Bernat created a universally appealing sweet that would make kids and parents happy. Suddenly it struck him: the world…

Black and white film negative of the Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd branch store and same day processing laboratory on Flinders St, Townsville, Queensland, in the 1930s.  Townsville, QLD, 1930s

Black and white film negative of the Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd branch store and same day processing laboratory on Flinders St, Townsville, Queensland, in the 1930s. Townsville, QLD, 1930s

Black and white photograph of a Kodak Australasia Ltd shop in Townsville, Queensland, circa 1911 - 1920. They are situated next to the Townsville fire station. This store also promotes the sale of records as well as cameras and photographic supplies. A man is looking at a window display of gramophones. Townsville, Queensland

Black and white photograph of a Kodak Australasia Ltd shop in Townsville, Queensland, circa 1911 - 1920. They are situated next to the Townsville fire station. This store also promotes the sale of records as well as cameras and photographic supplies. A man is looking at a window display of gramophones. Townsville, Queensland

Black and white photograph of a product display in the Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd store in Sydney, New South Wales, circa 1950s. The display features a large rocket crashing into a pile of various Kodak products. There are also some Kodak products inside the rocket. A Santa Claus / Father Christmas dummy is next to this, holding a box of Verichrome film and a sign that says 'Gifts From Out of This World for You'.  Sydney, 1957

Black and white photograph of a product display in the Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd store in Sydney, New South Wales, circa 1950s. The display features a large rocket crashing into a pile of various Kodak products. There are also some Kodak products inside the rocket. A Santa Claus / Father Christmas dummy is next to this, holding a box of Verichrome film and a sign that says 'Gifts From Out of This World for You'. Sydney, 1957

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