Mid-Century MAJORETTE POPCORN BOX – Advertising


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For sale is a 1950s or 1960s era new old stock MAJORETTE POPCORN BOX. Features a Majorette on the front and back of box. There is a place on the front to stamp the name of the Theater or drive in. Carton was used to serve 1 and 1/2 ounces of popcorn. The 1950s serving size would be considered a sample size by today’s big gulp standards where popcorn is served in a feeding bucket. Box measures approximately 7″ tall by 4 1/4″ wide. A great advertising display item for your home movie theater.

A majorette is a person doing choreographed dance or movement, primarily baton twirling associated with marching bands during parades. It derives from girls’ involvement in the late 19th and early 20th centuries in drill and gymnastic teams or groups that used apparatuses similar to those found in rhythmic gymnastics. Majorettes can also twirl knives, fire knives, flags, light-up batons, and fire batons. They do illusions, cartwheels, and flips, and sometimes twirl up to four batons at a time. Majorettes are often confused with cheerleaders but baton twirling is more closely related to rhythmic gymnastics rather than cheerleading.


Weight 0.75 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 6 in