Electric Football Top 20 Recap – Games No. 5 thru No. 1

Our Electric Football Top 20 Recap reaches the Final Five games. They are all wonderful examples of Electric Football at its very best. “Must haves” for any Electric Football aficionado!! Links to each Top 20 post are located below the … Continue reading

Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown — No. 2

Coming in at No. 2 on our Electric Football Top 20 Countdown, it’s the 1969 Tudor No. 633 Jets-Colts Super Bowl. As the first Sears-exclusive Super Bowl model, this game was the unquestioned pinnacle of Electric Football in 1969. Nothing … 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

Tudor’s “Lost” NFL Ice Bowl Electric Football Game

Electric Football’s greatness lies in its ability to create reality in miniature. Tudor was the unquestioned champion of this concept, as we have seen over and over in our Top 20 Countdown. And the best of Tudor’s work always links … Continue reading

Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown — No. 5

The Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown moves into the Top 5 today with a very special game — the 1961 Gotham Pressed Steel NFL G-1500 model. This groundbreaking game has long been one of the most under appreciated games … Continue reading

Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown – No. 9

The Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown moves forward with No. 9 — the 1969 Gotham Joe Namath G-812 Electric Football Game. In 1969 the New York Jets shocked the football world by defeating the heavily favored Baltimore Colts in … Continue reading

Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown – No. 11

The ranking of this game at No. 11 caused some controversy the first time around. We agree, that this is one of coolest and best looking games that Tudor ever made. It’s at the top of any Electric Football “Must-Have” … Continue reading

Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown – No. 15

At No. 15 on the Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown is the 1970 Montgomery Ward No. 627 model.  After watching with envy as the the 1969 Sears Super Bowl game became one of the most popular items in Electric … Continue reading

Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown – No. 17

At No. 17 in The Unforgettable Buzz Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown is the 1977 J.C. Penney No. 660 Super Bowl game. This game is significant because it’s the last Tudor Super Bowl game made in the traditional Tudor … Continue reading

60th Anniversary of Gotham’s Entry Into Electric Football

We’ve already talked about Tudor Electric Football turning 65 this year. But that’s not the only Electric Football anniversary that falls in 2014. This fall is also the 60th anniversary of Gotham Pressed Steel’s entry into Electric Football. It was … Continue reading

Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown – No. 20

Coming in at No. 20 on The Unforgettable Buzz Electric Football Game Top 20 Countdown is the 1976 Sears NFL Super Bowl featuring the Steelers and the Cowboys. While a “small” Sears Super Bowl may not seem like an ideal … Continue reading

Excerpt No. 3 of The Unforgettable Buzz on Sports Collectors Daily

  Electric Football had one of its most exciting years in 1969. After the Jets defeated the Colts in Super Bowl III in early January, Electric Football makers Tudor and Gotham both ended up creating, arguably, the most memorable games … Continue reading

Electric Football Collecting Overview – Part I

(This is part of post we wrote for the Sports Collector’s Daily web site.) Older is not automatically better in Electric Football collecting. The first Electric Football games were made by Tudor in 1949, and although yes, the early Tru-Action … Continue reading

The TudorCON Buzz Electric Football Display Continued

Electric Football TudorCON 14 Buzz display continued….Next up we chose to display a 1970 CFL Coleco Grey Cup game. We like this game because Coleco first entered Electric Football in 1970, and the extra twist of dual 50-yard lines, CFL … Continue reading

Electric Football TudorCON 14 – René Smith’s 1968 Tudor Super Bowl No. 500

It was in a conversation in the days leading up to TudorCON 14 that René Smith mentioned he had a 1968 Tudor Super Bowl game. This left us a bit puzzled, and even more so when René added that it … Continue reading

Electric Football Christmas Catalog Countdown – 1978 Sears Wish Book

Electric Football in the 1978 Sears Christmas Wish Book. The Sears’ Tudor NFL Super Bowl model and the Tudor No. 500. Another installment in The Unforgettable Buzz Christmas Catalog Countdown!

Electric Football On Baltimore Television – Part II

Electric football’s appearance on The Rodricks For Breakfast Show continues… My son never sat this still in his life. We found out later that day that he had a massive ear infection (one of many…). Good thing he minded himself … Continue reading

Electric Football On Baltimore Television – Super Bowl Sunday 1999

Electric Football On The Rodricks For Breakfast Show Electric football appeared on Baltimore television station Channel 2 way back in 1999. It was the Super Bowl Sunday version of the Rodricks for Breafast Show, hosted by Baltimore Sun columnist Dan … Continue reading

Solitaire Illustrated Volume 1 Issue 3 – The Story of The Unforgettable Buzz

Our friend Chris LeMay has put out his third edition of Solitaire Illustrated, a bimonthly e-zine that covers electric football. Each issue is crammed full of information, including tips on playing electric football, especially in the “solitaire” or single player … Continue reading

Tudor’s 1969 Sears’ Super Bowl No. 633 – A Game For The Ages

Electric football really hit the “Big Time” in 1969, when Tudor and Sears teamed up to recreate in miniature the Jets-Colts Super Bowl III game. The actual Super Bowl game, which the underdog Jets won 16-7, was perhaps the most … Continue reading