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Popular '80s brands that have all but disappeared

The Street Logo By Michael Brown of The Street | Slide 1 of 22: It's been a pretty serious week of coverage for TheStreet.com as we roll out our Black Monday package Crash of '87 -- TheStreet Special Report. So to lighten the mood a little bit and leave you, the reader, with a little piece of nostalgia as we close out our coverage of the 30th anniversary of the Crash of '87 we are going to run through a handful of brands that had much of their hey day during the 1980s. While some are still in existence -- don't look now but Starter Jackets are making a comeback and Eastman Kodak Co. and E.F. Hutton are actually still alive -- many did not make in out of the 80s. How many of these dearly departed eighties brands do you recall? Or let's face it, how many of these brands remind you of their products collecting dust in your garage? Facts of Black Monday 1987, the Worst Single Day In Stock Market History The "Crash of '87 -- TheStreet Special Report" is a series of stories, videos, graphics and other multimedia elements that look at the stock market crash of 1987, also known as Black Monday. TheStreet examines the cause of the crash, reveals some of the hottest stories of the day, and discovers what could cause a similar crash in the future. How can we prevent another Black Monday? Read more about the Crash of '87.

While some are still in existence, many did not make in out of the 1980s

It's been a pretty serious month of coverage for TheStreet.com as we roll out our Black Monday package "Crash of '87 -- TheStreet Special Report."

So to lighten the mood a little bit and leave you, the reader, with a little piece of nostalgia as we close out our coverage of the 30th anniversary of the Crash of '87 we are going to run through a handful of brands that had much of their heyday during the 1980s. While some are still in existence -- don't look now but Starter Jackets are making a comeback and Eastman Kodak Co. and E.F. Hutton are actually still alive -- many did not make in out of the '80s.

How many of these dearly departed '80s brands do you recall? Or let's face it, how many of these brands remind you of their products collecting dust in your garage?

Click ahead to read about popular 1980s brands that have all but disappeared.

Related: Facts of Black Monday 1987, the Worst Single Day In Stock Market History

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