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Toys of Bygone Era That Much More Fun …

Yea, toys of the last bygone generation just seems that much crazier …

That gorilla wandering the streets of Century City seems surprised a guy in a polyester suit could hoist him up over his head and thrown him around. Was this a normal everyday random thing that would confront the 6-Million Dollar man in a typical episode of the show?

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11 January 2012 Toys 9 Comments


  • laika says:

    hi sorry going off topic : ) can someone help me? look, I’ve been trying to find this bonus discs of cars dvd http://www.takefiveaday.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/CARS-Bonus.jpg but I can’t find it so, could you give me a link to download the bonus dvd only, please?

    (MET: It might be tough to find now but most of the video bonuses have made it to subsequent re-releases. I think the Lasseter Memory is the Rv trip trip he took with his kids? I’ve seen it as a bonus on another CARS disc).

  • TopherDawg says:

    I was curious if this model was on ebay, I couldn’t find it, but I was surprised at how much other stuff is on there. Plus, the amount of marketing that they had back in them old days!

  • Mike Manifold says:

    My big bro had this!! The action figures are amazing, especially the Six Million Dollar man’s boss. The Bionic Woman is so much cooler than Barbie; maybe we could set her up with Ken.

  • John says:

    Century City is 20th Century Fox. (hence the “century”)

    Universal City is not a city at all, it is in unincorporated Los Angeles County surrounded by the City of Los Angeles.

    I hardly feel ‘bygone’. 😉 I wonder how my parents feel?

  • Matersgrlfriend says:

    While I did not have this rad model, I did (and still do, I think) have the action figure. Barbie liked him WAY more than she liked Ken!

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