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21VideoVaporman87I had several of the M.A.S.K. toys in my youth. Sometimes I would have them intermingle with other toy lines to mix things up.  Dec 09, 2012View
22VideoMr MagicCowabunga!!! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IntroDec 10, 2012View
23VideoVaporman87I don't remember anything about this film (that was to be a tv show). Apparently there were products made for it though. Dec 10, 2012View
25VideoVaporman87I was a fan of the Go-Bots toys. They had a simpler design than that of the Transformers that made the toys easy to transform and fun to play with. The only drawback was the lack of articulation (but that wasn't uncommon in the 80's).Go-Bots IntroDec 10, 2012View
26VideoVaporman87My Brother and I loved COPS for short time. We ended up bored with it before we ever really had any of the toys. COPS IntroDec 10, 2012View
27VideoVaporman87This is my all time favorite cartoon. Every afternoon when I arrived home from school, it was THIS show that I had great anticipation for, more than any other.He-Man Intro3Dec 10, 2012View
28VideoVaporman87This was a toy line that I had great interest in. It is one of the few toys of the 80's that did not have a television series produced... BUT SHOULD HAVE!Starriors Commercial #1Dec 10, 2012View
36VideoVaporman87I can't say I do. Though I do recall seeing a couple other Arbor Day ads in the same vein.Trees are TerrificDec 11, 2012View
37VideoVaporman87I remember this one vividly, right down to Scrooge's demeanor and voice inflection. A classic Holiday ad.Honey Nut Cheerios commercial with Ebenezer ScroogeDec 11, 2012View
38VideoVaporman87400 locations... in Canada... in 1971? That just seems impossible. Kentucky Fried Chicken - 1971Dec 11, 2012View