It’s 2, 480 plastic pieces that combine to form three floors of 1950s-style entertainment. It all starts on the ground floor, home of the titular eating establishment.
A short-order cook with sideburns so bushy they would require a hair net by today’s health standards mans the grill, serving up piping hot tan circles. Wandering about a toy city sporting pompadours and neckerchiefs is thirsty work. Another trip up the stairs brings us to a vintage recording studio, where ‘50s crooners etch their legendary tunes onto wax cylinders.
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a brief overview of original Lego products in the 1950s– an era before expanding Lego sales to North America in 1961 via an …