1970 Talking Crissy Pull String Doll
1970 Talking Crissy Pull String Doll

Year: 1970
Manufacturer: Ideal Toy Corporation
Condition: Good condition
First edition vintage collectable

Some girls loved Barbie, but just as popular in the 1970’s was the Crissy doll. The Crissy doll was made by Ideal Toy Corporation from 1969 to 1974. She was wildly popular because of her unique ability to “grow hair” with a push of a button on her tummy, and shorten it with a twist of a knob located on her back. Crissy was designed to be much larger than Barbie, too, at 18” tall. This Crissy is wering her original green flower dress. This model was made in 1970. The date on her head is 1969, which is the date on all Crissy heads from 1969 to 1972.

This Crissy does not come with her wardrobe. See our other Crissy doll if you want the wardrobe.

Crissy says 12 phrases randomly when her string is pulled. The voice works but is not perfect. See the video below to hear the voice.

“Hi, I’m Crissy!”
“Let’s have a party.”
“Brush my hair please.”
“Please dry my hair.”
“Make my hair short.”
“Make my hair long.”
“My hair grows.”
“I love you”.
“I’ve got a secret.”
“I like to dress up.”
“Set my hair please”.
“Velvet talks too.”

Photos are of of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.

$57.00 $45.60 Click image
1970 Talking Crissy Pull String Doll w/ Carry Case
1970 Talking Crissy Pull String Doll w/ Carry Case

Year: 1970
Manufacturer: Ideal Toy Corp.
Condition: Good condition doll and carry case
First edition vintage collectable

Some girls loved Barbie, but just as popular in the 1970’s was the Crissy doll. The Crissy doll was made by Ideal Toy Corporation from 1969 to 1974. She was wildly popular because of her unique ability to “grow hair” with a push of a button on her tummy, and shorten it with a twist of a knob located on her back. Crissy was designed to be much larger than Barbie, too, at 18” tall. Crissy is wering her original green taffeta dress with white lace trim. This model was made in 1970. The date on her head is 1969, which is the date on all Crissy heads from 1969 to 1972.

Crissy comes with her own wardrobe storage, which is imprinted with groovy artwork of the time. The wardrobe is 8 1/2” x 3 1/4” x 19” tall when closed, and opens up with an area to keep Crissy, and additional room to store clothes and accessories.

Crissy says 12 phrases randomly when her string is pulled. The voice works but is not perfect. See the video below to hear the voice.

“Hi, I’m Crissy!”
“Let’s have a party.”
“Brush my hair please.”
“Please dry my hair.”
“Make my hair short.”
“Make my hair long.”
“My hair grows.”
“I love you”.
“I’ve got a secret.”
“I like to dress up.”
“Set my hair please”.
“Velvet talks too.”

Photos are of of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.

$66.00 $52.80 Click image
1992 Cyber Wars Raybot in box
1992 Cyber Wars Raybot in box

Year: 1992
Manufacturer: Trendmasters
Condition: Excellent condition
First edition vintage collectable

This is an early robot from Trendmasters, one of a series of 3 Raybots. This one is named “Gunner”, described as a sharpshooter extraordinaire. Gunner is 7 1/2″ tall and his arms and hands are poseable and rotatable. His original flip-up guns are mounted on his arms and his shoulder armor is adjustable. His internal chest circuitry lights up and blinks. Gunner has 6 buttons on his chest, each of which makes a different robotic voice commands or electronic battle sound.

The box is 7″ x 3 1/2″ x 9″ and in good condition with slight shelf wear on the box corners with minor dent on lower left corner. Item was removed from original packaging for testing and photography.

Photos are of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.

$129.00 $103.20 Click image
1993 Fred Flintstone Talking Plush mint in box
1993 Fred Flintstone Talking Plush mint in box

Year: 1993
Manufacturer: Mattel
Condition: Mint figure and box
First edition vintage collectable

You can’t get much more vintage than caveman times! It’s the one and only hilarous John Goodman as Fred Flintstone from the original live action 1993 movie. Cuddly and soft, 15 1/2” tall Fred is wearing his classic sabertooth caveman outfit with blue tie and not much else. Yabba Dabba Doo! Fred says four phrases: “Wilma!”, “Down Dino Down!”, “Yabba Dabba Doo!”, and “Barney You’re My Best Pal.” This is not a pull-string, and requires one AA battery.

The box is 18” x 9” x 4” and in excellent condition. The edges of the packaging look rough in the photos, but the graphics were created that way on purpose for an authentic “prehistoric” look. Includes the original instruction booklet. Photos are of of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.

$80.00 $64.00 Click image
1997 Lost in Space Movie Robot in box
1997 Lost in Space Movie Robot in box

Year: 1997
Manufacturer: Trendmasters
Condition: Excellent condition robot with good condition box
First edition vintage collectable

This is the Lost in Space Robot from the 1997 movie starring William Hurt, Mimi Rogers and Matt LeBlanc. It has lots of cool functions, with alert sirens and dialog from the movie in the original voice, loud and clear. Robot has multiple posable arms, some with gripping claws. His head lights up, as well as floodlights on his chest. He comes with 2 original rockets which can be fired from a tilting mechanism on his back, hidden compartments, and more!

This is an authentic first edition model. Later models are often sold as first edition but this one has the larger 6 3/4″ deep box with slightly different graphics and die cut.

The box is 6 3/4″ x 9″ x 11″ and in good shape, with a dent in the upper right corner. There is some minor shelf wear but no rips or tears. Item was removed from original packaging to put in batteries and for photography.

Photos are of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.

$130.00 $104.00 Click image
1998 Austin Powers Poseable Talking Figure in Box
1998 Austin Powers Poseable Talking Figure in Box

Year: 1995
Manufacturer: Trendmasters
Condition: Mint condition in mint package
First edition vintage collectable

Women want him… men want to be him… he’s the International Man of Mystery! And now you can have the one and only Austin Powers Talking Action Figure! This figure was released to coincide with the first Austin Powers movie. Austin is looking totally shagadelic in his blue velvet suit, ruffle shirt, horn-rim glasses, male symbol necklace, pistol, and Union Jack underwear! He even has a hairy chest, and oh, those teeth! This is an amazingly detailed figure and fully poseable arms and legs. 9” tall figure standing on a 1” base with a speaker.

Mike Meyers provides the original voice for 4 of his favorite sayings: “Very shagadelic!”, “Smashing baby!”, “Oh, behave!”, “Yeah, baby!” and can be played without removing Austin from his groovy pad. Very rare and very collectable.

Austin’s “package” is impressive as well, a full 12 1/2″ tall x 6″ x 3″ and covered in a psychedelic explosion of colors and photos of Austin, Dr. Evil, and one of the Fembots. Mint condition. Photos are of of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available. Yeah baby!

$96.00 $76.80 Click image
1999 Austin “Danger” Powers Ultra-Cool Talking Action Figure v1: “Horny” in Package
1999 Austin “Danger” Powers Ultra-Cool Talking Action Figure v1: “Horny” in Package

Year: 1999
Manufacturer: McFarlane Toys
Condition: Mint condition in mint package
First edition vintage collectable

Yeah baby! It’s the one and only Austin Powers, nearly naked with a chest full of curly hair. Wearing only Union Jack underwear, Austin is totally shagadelic! This toy made the news in 1999 when some found the text on the package and the randy phrases a little too “adult” for children. There were multiple versions. This one has Austin saying “Do I make you horny baby, do I?” on the front, and includes a sexy dictionary, along with a mirror, a martini glass and olive on a stirrer. The martini glass and olive stirrer were very small parts, and removed from later versions because of the choking hazard. A second version was made with different phrasing (see other model by clicking here).

Austin is about 6” tall, and in his original packaging, which is in mint condtion. Mike Meyers provides the voice, which is in the base. The tab has never been pulled on either version, so it should speak when removed, but it’s not guaranteed. (Why would you ever open it anyway baby?)

Photos are of of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.

 

$69.00 $55.20 Click image
1999 Austin “Danger” Powers Ultra-Cool Action Figure v.2 “Shag” in Package
1999 Austin “Danger” Powers Ultra-Cool Action Figure v.2 “Shag” in Package

Year: 1999
Manufacturer: McFarlane Toys
Condition: Mint condition in mint package
First edition vintage collectable

Here’s the “alternate” Austin Powers figure and packaging. Like the other version of this figure, it also made the news in 1999 when some found the text on the package and the randy phrases a little too “adult” for children. There were multiple versions. This one has Austin saying “Would you fancy a shag?” on the front, and includes a sexy dictionary, along with a mirror The martini glass and olive stirrer were very small parts and were removed from this version because of the choking hazard. This is the second version, which was supposed to be more “tame” than the first version, which had Austin asking “Do I make you horny baby, do I?” (see other model by clicking here).

Austin is about 6” tall, and in his original packaging, which is in mint condition. Mike Meyers provides the voice, which is in the base. The tab has never been pulled on either version, so it should speak when removed, but it’s not guaranteed. (Why would you ever open it anyway baby?)

Photos are of of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.

$69.00 $55.20 Click image
1999 Austin Powers Ultra-Cool Talking Action Figure Dr. Evil and Mr. Bigglesworth in Package
1999 Austin Powers Ultra-Cool Talking Action Figure Dr. Evil and Mr. Bigglesworth in Package

Year: 1999
Manufacturer: McFarlane Toys
Condition: Mint condition
First edition vintage collectable

It’s Austin Powers arch villian Dr. Evil in a rare orange tinted blister package. The first movie is now over 20 years old and original figures are becoming more and more collectable. This package features a 6″ tall Dr. Evil and his cat, Mr. Bigglesworth. Comes with a money packet labelled ‘$1 million’. Dr. Evil says his most famous catch phrase, “One million dollars!”

The package is in very good condition. The upper right corner has a small scratch on the front, a wrinkle in the cardboard about an inch long on the back, and there is slight shelf wear on the bottom corners, but overall it’s in really good shape. Austin is about 6” tall, and in his original packaging, which is in mint condition. Mike Meyers provides the voice, which is in the base. The tab has never been pulled.

Photos are of of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.

$59.00 $47.20 Click image
2002 100th Anniversary Teddy Bear Plush in box
2002 100th Anniversary Teddy Bear Plush in box

Manufacturer: Walmart
Condition: Mint condition figure in near mint condition box
1st edition vintage collectable

The term “Teddy Bear” came into being more than a century ago in 1902, when President Teddy Roosevelt was with a hunting party that captured a bear cub and tied it to a nearby tree. Upon seeing this, he ordered the bear set free.

Hearing of this noble act, a New York store owner wanted to name the toy bears in his store after the President. Thus, he wrote a letter to the President asking permission to name the toy bears “Teddy”. The President gave his consent and from that day on all toy bears are called Teddy bears.

Teddy is 13″ tall and is absolutely gorgeous! Not an ordinary furry plush toy, Teddy is constructed using high quality multi-color faux fur. He’s sporting a sewn bow in maroon, with matching foot pads bearing his name and 100th Anniversary sewn in gold thread. Teddy talks, reciting the story of how he came into being. Requires 3 AA batteries, which are included! See video below.

Teddy is still sitting on the original pedestal box he came in. He has all tags, including story card and golden embossed medallion. The pedestal box measures 9″ x 11 3/4″. This is a limited edition collectable sure to increase in value!

Photos are of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.

$69.00 $55.20 Click image
2006 Steve Irwin Talking Figure in Package
2006 Steve Irwin Talking Figure in Package

 

Year: 2006
Manufacturer: Wild Republic
Condition: Mint condition figure in good condition package
First edition vintage collectable

CRIKEY! It’s an original talking Steve Irwin figure! Steve died tragically in 2006 while his wildlife adventure series was at the height of popularity. The show hilighted the importance of wildlife and wilderness conservation.

ThIs is a nicely detailed 9″ figure of Steve wearing his classic Aussie outfit, articulated at the arms, elbows, wrists, and legs, and his head swivels. Press either one of the two “pocket buttons” and the figure speaks using Steve’s actual voice. There are two speaking modes: Mode 1 speaks 8 of Steve’s most popular phrases. “We work hard saving endangered animals.” “Goodday I’m Steve Irwin.” “Whatta ripper!” “Crocs rule!” “Danger Danger Danger” Wooeey!” “Crikey!” and “What a beauty!” Mode 2 has Steve narrating an adventure, during which he asks for you to help him choose a direction to take by pressing either pocket 1 or pocket 2. It was very unique interactive action for it’s time! See the video link below. The figure has a clear strong speaking voice, and comes with batteries installed. It can speak without removing from the box.

The package measures 12″ x 6″ x 1 /34″ and is in good shape with some light edge wear. See photo details. It features photos and drawings of Steve and the figurine. This figure has all the original pieces, including the plastic tray insert, instruction sheet, and background cartoon diaorama. The figure was only removed from the package to take photos and video. Photos are of of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.

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SYDNEY, Australia (CNN) September 4, 2006. Steve Irwin, the TV presenter known as the “Crocodile Hunter,” has died after being stung by a stingray in a marine accident off Australia’s north coast. Media reports say Irwin was diving in waters off Port Douglas, north of Cairns. Irwin, 44 was killed by a stingray barb that went through his chest, according to Cairns police sources. Irwin was filming an underwater documentary at the time.

$79.00 $63.20 Click image