Here are some beautiful sample pages from Full Color Electric Football. These are examples of what you’ll find throughout this stunning 122-page book. It’s 8″ x 10″ oversized format makes a big impact on the reader. Few toy books display their content with such detail. These details extend to the quality of the photos, as well as the design elements put into every single page. No shortcuts were taken in creating the only color book ever published about Electric Football.
Michael Kronenberg designed the cover of Full Color Electric Football™. He also designed all the pages in this section and in the book.
What better place to start the Sample Pages section than with the colorful Table Of Contents — a page of dreams.
Sample pages keep on coming. Here’s the Tudor AFL spread featuring large Tudor teams and the No. 520 model.
Spread for Player Endorsed Games, which includes the Joe Namath G-812 model the Gotham Pressed Steel corporation.
Here’s the final play of the 1958 NFL Championship game, as envisioned in Electric Football with a 1961 Gotham NFL G-1500 game, and NFL large 1967 Colts and Giants teams made by Tudor Metal Products. From the Greatest Games section of Full Color Electric Football.
Here’s more from the Greatest Games section — the NFL’s Longest Game. It’s December 25, 1971, and the Dolphins Garo Yepremian has just kicked the sudden-death game winning field goal against the Chiefs for a 27-24 victory.
Is it the 1966 NFL Championship Game? That what it looks like. This photo of the Cowboys and the Packers was created and taken by Lee Payne, Tudor’ Director of Product Development. More about Lee Payne and his work is in the Lee Payne Archive section of Full Color Electric Football.
Do you still want to know more about Full Color Electric Football? Then be sure to read through all the sections of the web site.