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Any of you guys ever have "Big Jim" with the "karate chop"? I got him for my 6th birthday in 1972. He came with a plastic board that he would chop and it would break.

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That's him. I think there were some other ones as well, like Big Jack who was the black one, an indian one whose name I can't remember, Chief Tanaka or something like that, plus some other ones. They had different costumes you could get for them as well. Football uniforms, military uniforms, etc.

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imyourhuckleberry wrote:
JimHart wrote:
imyourhuckleberry wrote:
Any of you guys ever have "Big Jim" with the "karate chop"? I got him for my 6th birthday in 1972. He came with a plastic board that he would chop and it would break.

I'm your Huckleberry


This one?

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That's him. I think there were some other ones as well, like Big Jack who was the black one, an indian one whose name I can't remember, Chief Tanaka or something like that, plus some other ones. They had different costumes you could get for them as well. Football uniforms, military uniforms, etc.

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Yea, I think it was Mattel's attempt to "butch up" a Ken doll. :lol:


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JimHart wrote:
imyourhuckleberry wrote:
JimHart wrote:
imyourhuckleberry wrote:
Any of you guys ever have "Big Jim" with the "karate chop"? I got him for my 6th birthday in 1972. He came with a plastic board that he would chop and it would break.

I'm your Huckleberry


This one?

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That's him. I think there were some other ones as well, like Big Jack who was the black one, an indian one whose name I can't remember, Chief Tanaka or something like that, plus some other ones. They had different costumes you could get for them as well. Football uniforms, military uniforms, etc.

I'm your Huckleberry


Yea, I think it was Mattel's attempt to "butch up" a Ken doll. :lol:


That is one gay doll. I'm surprised Huck could stay straight playing with Big Jim.

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Speaking of gay dolls, I didn't think this was when I was a kid but now when I look at it..... :-k

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pwbowen wrote:
JimHart wrote:
imyourhuckleberry wrote:
JimHart wrote:
imyourhuckleberry wrote:
Any of you guys ever have "Big Jim" with the "karate chop"? I got him for my 6th birthday in 1972. He came with a plastic board that he would chop and it would break.

I'm your Huckleberry


This one?

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That's him. I think there were some other ones as well, like Big Jack who was the black one, an indian one whose name I can't remember, Chief Tanaka or something like that, plus some other ones. They had different costumes you could get for them as well. Football uniforms, military uniforms, etc.

I'm your Huckleberry


Yea, I think it was Mattel's attempt to "butch up" a Ken doll. :lol:


That is one gay doll. I'm surprised Huck could stay straight playing with Big Jim.


haahahaha

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pwbowen wrote:
JimHart wrote:
imyourhuckleberry wrote:
JimHart wrote:
imyourhuckleberry wrote:
Any of you guys ever have "Big Jim" with the "karate chop"? I got him for my 6th birthday in 1972. He came with a plastic board that he would chop and it would break.



This one?

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That's him. I think there were some other ones as well, like Big Jack who was the black one, an indian one whose name I can't remember, Chief Tanaka or something like that, plus some other ones. They had different costumes you could get for them as well. Football uniforms, military uniforms, etc.

I'm your Huckleberry


Yea, I think it was Mattel's attempt to "butch up" a Ken doll. :lol:


That is one gay doll. I'm surprised Huck could stay straight playing with Big Jim.



And that kickout leg stance isn't helping Big Jim's reputation.

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imyourhuckleberry wrote:
I also loved army men and war sets.


No doubt. My guess is that most of us played in a similar fashion: you have your own set, your buddy has his. You split the bedroom in half, each kid sets his battalion up in "strategic" locations... then you take turns shooting a rubber band at each other's army until one side has all its soldiers decimated. Best game ever. Sniper guy and crawling-on-the-ground guy were annoying since you couldn't definitively knock them down.

Loved toy guns and simulated combat games with friends at the park (when I was older, like 10). I used to watch and love the reruns of Combat! - ...



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Pretty sure this was from the same company that made Johnny Seven....

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MadLove wrote:
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I also loved army men and war sets.


No doubt. My guess is that most of us played in a similar fashion: you have your own set, your buddy has his. You split the bedroom in half, each kid sets his battalion up in "strategic" locations... then you take turns shooting a rubber band at each other's army until one side has all its soldiers decimated. Best game ever. Sniper guy and crawling-on-the-ground guy were annoying since you couldn't definitively knock them down.




Substitute 'sandbox' for 'bedroom' and "bottle rockets" (or firecracker 'grenades') for 'rubber band' and yep - great game!

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Blzbba wrote:
MadLove wrote:
imyourhuckleberry wrote:
I also loved army men and war sets.


No doubt. My guess is that most of us played in a similar fashion: you have your own set, your buddy has his. You split the bedroom in half, each kid sets his battalion up in "strategic" locations... then you take turns shooting a rubber band at each other's army until one side has all its soldiers decimated. Best game ever. Sniper guy and crawling-on-the-ground guy were annoying since you couldn't definitively knock them down.




Substitute 'sandbox' for 'bedroom' and "bottle rockets" (or firecracker 'grenades') for 'rubber band' and yep - great game!


And we all hated the same ones: guy charging with gun with bayonete over head and radio dude.

Wasn't there a flame thrower guy?

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Item J looks like the pubes Cartman bought from Scott Tenorman.

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pwbowen wrote:
Blzbba wrote:
MadLove wrote:
imyourhuckleberry wrote:
I also loved army men and war sets.


No doubt. My guess is that most of us played in a similar fashion: you have your own set, your buddy has his. You split the bedroom in half, each kid sets his battalion up in "strategic" locations... then you take turns shooting a rubber band at each other's army until one side has all its soldiers decimated. Best game ever. Sniper guy and crawling-on-the-ground guy were annoying since you couldn't definitively knock them down.




Substitute 'sandbox' for 'bedroom' and "bottle rockets" (or firecracker 'grenades') for 'rubber band' and yep - great game!


And we all hated the same ones: guy charging with gun with bayonete over head and radio dude.

Wasn't there a flame thrower guy?


agreed and yep. he had 2 little tanks on his back IIRC.

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Blzbba wrote:
pwbowen wrote:
Blzbba wrote:
MadLove wrote:
imyourhuckleberry wrote:
I also loved army men and war sets.


No doubt. My guess is that most of us played in a similar fashion: you have your own set, your buddy has his. You split the bedroom in half, each kid sets his battalion up in "strategic" locations... then you take turns shooting a rubber band at each other's army until one side has all its soldiers decimated. Best game ever. Sniper guy and crawling-on-the-ground guy were annoying since you couldn't definitively knock them down.




Substitute 'sandbox' for 'bedroom' and "bottle rockets" (or firecracker 'grenades') for 'rubber band' and yep - great game!


And we all hated the same ones: guy charging with gun with bayonete over head and radio dude.

Wasn't there a flame thrower guy?


agreed and yep. he had 2 little tanks on his back IIRC.

yep


i think radio dude was a chick. always yapping on that two-way.

but flame thrower guy was badazz

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