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SeaWorld 1967

SeaWorld 1967

Between the freaky looking orange guitar playing fish, the scary dolphin behind it, the wide-eyed penguin on the left and the lobster with eyelashes in front of it, this photo is just a little bit creepy. Also notice the Hawaiian Punch near the bottom.

Scanned from a Kodak safety negative. View full size.

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Hawaiian Punch Village

This is a photo of the animatronic band in the foyer of the Hawaiian Punch Village restaurant at Sea World. The restaurant was sponsored by Hawaiian Punch and was in the shape of a Polynesian longhouse. You crossed a bridge over a pond to enter and there were lots of carved tiki poles outside. Inside you could order your Hawaiian Punch in a souvenir tiki mug and take it home with you afterwards.

I really like that carved tiki on the left-hand side. Classic late-60s era.

Much of the architecture of the San Diego Sea World was Polynesian in style, including the soaring A-frame entrance.

How'd You Like a Nice Hawaiian Punch?

I recall Hawaiian Punch being a sponsor at San Diego's SeaWorld. I still have the tiki mug, circa 1973.

Quite trippy

I love it, good old fashioned nightmare fuel.

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