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|The pictures below show larger views around this ©1987 Boglin Rubber Monster Character Puppet with Moving Eyes. The wooden box he is on is not included. He is loose with out his cage box. His moving eyes mechanism (last picture below) and mouth work well. This Boglin character is marked on the bottom as follows:|
© SEVEN TOWNS LTD.
CLARKE, TROTTO AND MASS.
The Boglin measures about 10'' x 5'' x 12''. It appears to be in good condition as pictured, but he could use a bath. There is a tiny tear on his chin (see picture #1 below). Below here, for reference, is some additional information about Boglins:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boglins were a series of toy puppets distributed by Mattel. They were created by Tim Clarke, Maureen Trotto, and Larry Mass, and Licensed by Seven towns. The original run of Boglins was released in 1987, coinciding with a ''creatures'' craze that included Ghoulies, Critters, and Gremlins. Boglins were made of flexible rubber and could be manipulated to represent speech and facial expressions. Several series of Boglins were released, themed around goblins, aquatic creatures, and Halloween, or with tufts of hair.
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