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Old 06-06-2010, 04:45 PM   #16
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I keep looking for the elusive Rogest Cain action figure. I go to a Toys R Us, and they tell me they know they had one left...it was just here a minute ago...it's crazy!
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Old 06-06-2010, 04:50 PM   #17
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In further news, the George Owens action figures keep disappearing from store shelves. Nobody knows what's going on. They have been re-appearing in droves at Ben & Jerry`s outlets nationwide. There are, however, plenty of blue 1965 Chrysler New Yorker accessories still in stores. Woodpile sold separately.

And, appropriately, the Judy Himes figure is only available at Omaha-area Target locations.
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:07 PM   #18
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"Of course if there is a Robert Stack figure, then there really should be a telecenter playset with rocket firing action, phone ringing sounds as well as "update" music played when you press a button, and lets not forget the trap door in case crooks with a grudge attack the telecenter. maybe an escape slide that leads to a hidden UM helicopter with action firing missles!"

awesome!
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Old 06-07-2010, 09:37 PM   #19
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Elizabeth Ortiz figurine with milkshake, purse, and car w/ Jonathan
That's greatness!!


I used to have a Jule Caylor action-figure, until I left it laying next to my kid's electric-train-set, and it mysteriously vanished into thin air.

It was hell living with that action-figure, and it was hell having it disappear the way that it did. But since I've moved on, that whole problem is behind me, and things are really pretty good.
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Old 06-08-2010, 01:00 AM   #20
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I laughed myself silly reading some of these. I think my favorite so far was the Elizabeth Ortiz action figure "with Jonathan." I'd also love to see a Brian Brophil action figure with horse and barn o'weed playset, and a Dub Waukerhagen <sp?> figurine with Chance and the van with bloodied bedsheets and Christmas presents.
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Let's not forget the Oakville Washington playset complete with your own bucket of gelatinous goo!
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Old 06-08-2010, 05:56 AM   #22
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You can seriously buy action figures online of:

1. Mothman
2. James Earl Ray
3. Zodiac Killer
4. Unabomber
5. Billy the Kid
6. Bugsy Seigel
7. Robert Stack in Unsolved Mystery's wear
8. Elliot Ness ( as either Kevin Costner or Robert Stack)
9. Skunk Ape
10. BigFoot
11. A Grey (Roswell, Allagash Abductions)
12. Ogopogo
13. Oliver the Humanzee
14. Sirhan Sirhan
15. The entire Ramsey Family murder Playset (don;t ask!! )
16. Gettysburg Ghosts (courtesy of Todd MacFarlane..like that jerk needs more money... )
17. Men In Black (not figures from the movie)
18. DB Cooper (actually comes with a packable working parachute AND removable ray-bans.)
19. The entire Romanov family complete with mad cleric Rasputin.
20. Whitey Bulger (someone actually made action figures of the FBIs 10 most wanted...includes Osama Bin Ladin!!!)
21. Victor Guerana (form the same set as Whitey Bulger)
22. Son of Sam (from a line of serial killer action figures....comes with his "posessed" dog!!!)
23. Sonny Liston (from a Muhammad Ali set. There is also one of great Heavyweight fighters)
24. Somewhere out there is an action figure of Virginia Madsen from the movie Candyman.
25. Dennis Farina was immortilized as an action figure twice (Get Shorty, Law and Order)
You forgot Danny Wheeler, although none are from his UM appearance. They're all from his basketball days.
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How about Bob Bean with a video camera and his two kids with a "do it yourself" video recording that has Bob telling you what to say.
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Let's not forget the Oakville Washington playset complete with your own bucket of gelatinous goo!
The Bucket-O'-Goo Fun Factory was pulled from store shelves in a scenario eerily reminiscent of the 1981 Tylenol scare.
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The Bucket-O'-Goo Fun Factory was pulled from store shelves in a scenario eerily reminiscent of the 1981 Tylenol scare.

I thought it was because idiot kids were eating the goo, the way we used to sample the slime from the Ghostbusters toys.
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I thought it was because idiot kids were eating the goo, the way we used to sample the slime from the Ghostbusters toys.
I think everyone did that! I used to eat play-doh too. Thank goodness it was non-toxic. It didn't taste all that bad, either.
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I think everyone did that! I used to eat play-doh too. Thank goodness it was non-toxic. It didn't taste all that bad, either.
Yeah, Play-doh wasn't bad. I ate paste once when I was younger. I can't really recommend it.
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I think everyone did that! I used to eat play-doh too. Thank goodness it was non-toxic. It didn't taste all that bad, either.
Yeah...I'm guilty of that, as well. Why make playsets that can make "food" if you're not supposed to eat it!?
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Of course if there is a Robert Stack figure, then there really should be a telecenter playset with rocket firing action, phone ringing sounds as well as "update" music played when you press a button, and lets not forget the trap door in case crooks with a grudge attack the telecenter. maybe an escape slide that leads to a hidden UM helicopter with action firing missles!
That is probably the coolest thing I have ever heard of.


I would like to see a Clarence Roberts figure, complete with Masonic ring, repossessable car, and turning-a-light-on-and-turning-a-light-off action. Oh, and he's fireproof, at least the first time you try it out.

The Phillip Breen figure should come with multiple outfits--business suit, Orlando Juice tee shirt/baseball cap/jeans, and island wear shirt and shorts for moving to the Caribbean. Kathleen Breen figure with divorce papers and Monster-From-Outer-Space blaster sold separately.

Other ideas:

- Allagash Abductions four pack: Jack and Jim Weiner, Chuck Rak, and Charlie Foltz. Separate playset includes canoe, otherwordly beings, and "medical examination room."

- Justin Burgwinkel with Army BDUs and briefcase.

- Perman Gilbert with work van and lunch bag of bologna and cheese sandwiches. Supermarket set with flower shop also available.
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I would like to see a Clarence Roberts figure, complete with Masonic ring, repossessable car, and turning-a-light-on-and-turning-a-light-off action. Oh, and he's fireproof, at least the first time you try it out.
hahahahahahaha....lol at the repossessable car
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