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I miss Burger Chef. I remember having those.

Jim Ransdell

Burger Chef was the best. It was a sad day when Hardee's bought them out in the early 1980's.

Greg A.

Those discs were produced by a dozen different food companies. The back vary accordingly, but they're not hard to find.

Cardinals Writer

Kids today don't know what they're missing. The crappy plastic toys they put in Happy Meals and Kids Meals these days are usually just promotional items for whatever crappy kids movie is out in theaters at the time. I remember these Burger Chef "cards" and collecting them with my friends. It seems like a lot of cards back then were only endorsed by the Players Union and featured those hats with the logos painted (that was a pre-Photoshop skill) over.

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