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OK, Bag Monster is a moronic name, but Monster has become a catch-all phrase for "Hey, this will help you do something" This section will help you find the bags you're looking for (like you're really looking for them). Leaving everything blank will retrieve a list of all bags, however that may cause the page to load slowly.

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TWA

Approximate Vintage: 1980
Received From: Jo Boyd
Print or Image Color: Black and Red
Background / Bag Color: White
Eerily similar to the 1979 bag, but notice how the TWA logo has changed from that bag. The prices have gone up too. It's hard to remember a time when it cost $1.79 for a roll of film developing. That's excellent! I guess the catch is that you have to develop 126 film. The bag hearkens bag to a time when multi-pupose was king. Not only will this bag hold vomit, but also serves as a film mailer and a gin rummy scorecard. Truly an inspiration.

TWA

Approximate Vintage: 1981
Received From: Benay Smith
Print or Image Color: Black and Red
Background / Bag Color: White
This multi-use bag is good for playing Gin Rummy & Film Developing (as well as nausea).

TWA

Approximate Vintage: 1982
Print or Image Color: Black and Red
Background / Bag Color: White
Similar to 1981 model, but if you examine the backs of the two bags carefully, you'll notice that in 1982, you can save 46% to 57% instead of 44% to 54%. I guess this means that someone else's price went up, but not TWA's!!!!

TWA

Approximate Vintage: 1983
Print or Image Color: Black and Red
Background / Bag Color: White
Similar to 1981 and 1982 models, but film price went up to $2.00

TWA

Approximate Vintage: 1974
Received From: Andrew Angel
Print or Image Color: Black and Red
Background / Bag Color: White
Eerily similar to the 1979 bag, but notice how the TWA logo has changed from that bag. The prices have gone up too. It's hard to remember a time when it cost $1.79 for a roll of film developing. That's excellent! I guess the catch is that you have to develop 126 film. The bag hearkens bag to a time when multi-pupose was king. Not only will this bag hold vomit, but also serves as a film mailer and a gin rummy scorecard. Truly an inspiration.

The reason this is classified as a 1974 bag is because inside the fold it says © 1974 Universal Film Pak. Ltd. Note that the bottom of the bag is worded differently than the 1975 version.

TWA

Approximate Vintage: 1975
Received From: Andrew Angel
Print or Image Color: Black and Red
Background / Bag Color: White
Eerily similar to the 1979 bag, but notice how the TWA logo has changed from that bag. The prices have gone up too. It's hard to remember a time when it cost $1.79 for a roll of film developing. That's excellent! I guess the catch is that you have to develop 126 film. The bag hearkens bag to a time when multi-pupose was king. Not only will this bag hold vomit, but also serves as a film mailer and a gin rummy scorecard. Truly an inspiration.

The reason this is classified as a 1975 bag is because inside the fold it says © 1974 Universal Film Pak. Ltd. Note that the bottom of the bag is worded differently than the 1974 version.

TWA

Received From: Rosemary Taylor
Print or Image Color: Black
First things first. I can't positively determine that this bag is from TWA but it was sold to me that way with a bunch of other old TWA paraphernalia on eBay. And it's obviously old (and smells musty) even if you can't positively ID it.