The toy system included four astronaut action figures, sharing a common body molded of a rubber-like material over a wire armature, with a separately-attached head and a removable space helmet based on early NASA helmets. The wire frame often suffered from metal fatigue, breaking at the elbow, knee, and hip joints, giving the toy a limited life span as a result. Each figure was also painted differently and had a separate head for each character.
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In 1971, Kenner introduced us to Madcap Molly, the Do-It-All Dolly.
Merriam Webster dictionary defines “madcap” as, marked by capriciousness, recklessness, or foolishness. The key word here is “or” because Madcap Molly is neither reckless nor foolish. She’ll graciously accept the label, “capricious”, thank you vey much. “Impulsive”, “unpredictable”,
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Released in 1975, the rugged Steve Austin Six Million Dollar Man Action Figure stands a tall 13”. Recommended for ages 5
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One of the coolest sets of action figures to hit toy stores in the 1960s was Colorform’s Outer Space Men. This badass set of extraterrestrial beings was designed by toy inventor
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It’s the Action Kids. What in the world are they up to now? The leader of the Action Kids
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Collect and race according to authentic racing classes…Dragster, Futuristic, and Speed Shop. You could also join the exciting SSP Club!
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