Kenner's See-A-Show was intended to compete with the more popular View-Master. Instead of film and discs, the See-A-Show used cards that were printed on... and either the paper was thin enough to let light through, or the viewer was somehow configured to let light show on the cards.
As far as the stories themselves go, it pretty much followed the format of the Give-A-Show Projector, with seven pictures (way too often drawn or colored off-model), and the dialogue lettered at the top of the picture. If, by the time this post publishes, I've latched onto the FF one, I'll plug it in below here, as a YouTube video!
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