Buzz Authors Face Off In The 2018 NFC Championship

The Philadelphia Inquirer’s  preview of the upcoming Eagles-Vikings NFC Championship game would seem to have every angle totally covered. But actually it did miss one thing… For Roddy and I, it’s the first time “our” teams have met for the … Continue reading

54 Years And Counting For Electric Football’s “Fab Five”

Electric Football history was changed 54 years this fall when Tudor unveiled their redesigned 3-D players in 1964. Tudor Director of Product Development Lee Payne created a new set players to replace Tudor’s two-year-old “Gorilla” 3-D players. The Gorilla players, … Continue reading

Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown — No. 3

The Electric Football Game Countdown moves down to game No. 3 – the 1970 Tudor No. 633 Super Bowl. This game is a landmark in both toy and Electric Football history. In terms of visibility and economics, it may have … Continue reading

Restoring Pages For The Electric Football Wishbook

In creating our Electric Football Wishbook we did a lot more than just gather up a bunch of Christmas catalog pages. A lot of effort went into restoring these pages to make them look as good as possible. Those catalogs, … Continue reading

Jets vs Browns in The Electric Football Wishbook

1970 is one of the all-time great years for Electric Football. And our Electric Football Wishbook shows that off with four different 1970 Christmas catalog pages, including this one from Alden, which features the New York Jets and Cleveland Browns … Continue reading

It’s Always Christmas Morning In The Electric Football Wishbook!

We’re excited to announce that our Electric Football Wishbook  is scheduled for publication on Tuesday, October 17! Here are five more fun facts to know about the first-ever compilation of Electric Football Christmas catalog pages! Five Wishbook Facts 1) The … Continue reading

Rams vs 49ers in The Electric Football Wishbook

The Rams vs 49ers is one of the oldest rivalries in the NFL. And thanks to the Rams move last season back to Los Angeles, the rivalry feels “right” again. Even if the two teams are struggling to find the … Continue reading

Electric Football As A Christmas Catalog “Featured Toy”

There are so many points in Electric Football history where a change occurred and the path of the game was forever altered. One of the truly momentous changes happened when Electric Football began appearing the in the Christmas catalogs of … Continue reading

50 Years Of Tudor NFL Electric Football Games And Teams

50 Years Of NFL Games And Teams Can it really be 50 years since Tudor’s NFL games and teams first started showing up in toy stores around the country? Was 1967 really 50 years ago…has it really been that long? … Continue reading

Let’s Put Electric Football In The Toy Hall of Fame!

Electric Football Deserves To Be In The Toy Hall Of Fame We’re not sure what the true process is for the Toy Hall of Fame. But we’re convinced that it’s not based on voting alone. We’re pretty sure there’s some … Continue reading

Remembering Norman Sas in 2017

Five Years Since The Passing Of Norman Sas It’s hard to believe that it’s been five years since Electric Football inventor and former Tudor President Norman Sas passed away. The memory of the day is still incredibly fresh, even five … Continue reading

2017 Electric Football World Championships and Convention

The biggest Electric Football event of the year is the probably biggest Tudor Electric Football event ever. We’re talking about the one and only 2017 World Football Championships and Convention in Dallas, TX on July 28-30. Being held at the … Continue reading

Electric Football Thanksgiving Day Matchup – Haiti Redskins vs. Haiti Cowboys

Electric football and Thanksgiving Day go together in many ways, but the most interesting way was the “looking forward” part of the holiday. What we mean is, Thanksgiving Day always signaled the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. It was … Continue reading

The Halloween Connection – the NFL, Electric Football, and Monday Night Football

On Halloween night in 1966 the Cardinals hosted the Bears in the newly opened Busch Stadium. The game was nationally televised, and the Cardinals prevailed over the Bears 24 -17. The significance of this game was that it happened on … Continue reading

Remembering Electric Football Inventor Norman Sas

It was four years ago today that Electric Football Inventor Norman Sas passed away. Were were truly saddened, but we knew that Norman had not been well for some time. So his passing wasn’t completely unexpected. What we didn’t know … Continue reading

The Unforgettable Buzz Now in e-Book Format!!

Electric Football has a new landmark — the first ever Electric Football e-book! To celebrate the 3rd anniversary of the release of The Unforgettable Buzz we’ve put together an e-book version that is now available for pre-order on Amazon (see the … Continue reading

Toy Fair 2016 Recap

Going to Toy Fair in New York City is always exciting. As we documented in The Unforgettable Buzz, so much Electric Football history was made at Toy Fair, that anytime you can be part of the event…it’s special. And we’re … Continue reading

Electric Football 20 Year Landmark — 1996 Miggle Convention

It was 20 years ago today that the first national Electric Football convention took place in Chicago. The event was hosted by Miggle Toys, who had bought the Tudor Games Electric Football line in a bankruptcy sale in late 1991. … Continue reading

The Unforgettable Buzz Looks Back on 2015

Things were very busy in the Electric Football world at the end of 2015. In fact, things got so busy that we didn’t get around to our annual end of the year round up. Of course, the event at the … Continue reading

Tudor Moves To Brooklyn – December 1945

Electric Football groundwork was laid 70 years ago this month, when Tudor Metal Products moved from Manhattan to a brand new factory in Brooklyn. This six-story building at 176 Johnson Street would gain iconic stature in the 1960’s and 1970’s, … Continue reading