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Thread: The Old West by Gabriel

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    Playing with these are some of my earliest memories of 3 3/4 figures.

    Mego Comic Action Heroes (if these count as 3 3/4), Mattel Flash Gordon, and Legend of the Lone Ranger. These really take me back. I was only four or so at the time.

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    loved this line as a kid. had them all. sold them all a few years back too

    the 81 movie sucked eggs but I actually like the movie from last year. it's not a great Lone Ranger story but it is still a fun movie

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    My friend Nathan had these when we were kids.I would have liked to have that Zorro.

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    I had both the 3 3/4 inch line and the 9 inch line. I loved both, but I was fascinated by the 9 inch line.

    I went to see "The Legend of The Lone Ranger" with my grandfather in 1981. At the time, I really enjoyed the movie. Correct me if I am wrong, but there is a scene toward the end of the movie when the Lone Ranger has the opportunity to shoot Butch Cavendish at point blank range...and the suspense builds. Some kid in the movie theater stands up and says: "Shoot that sucker!"

    - Ian
    Rampart, this is Squad 51. How do you read?

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    The 9" Lone Ranger was my very first action figure.
    And then I was hooked.
    Which was convenient, as Furies Captain Hook was the next one...
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    "When things are at their darkest, it's a brave man that can kick back and party."

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    Oh yea I had these! They fit along well with my Star Wars and later Gijoe figures. They lasted a very long time until I stopped playing with toys. I remember going to see the movie when it came out in 1981 but for the life of me I can't remember any of it..haha. The figures probably did better then the movie.

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    Nice but I like the bigger figures. The small scale never appealed to me.

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    I happen to own these figures myself and as a matter of fact, I am selling some untouched and non-customized ones I have owned.

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    I was just thinking about these. About how I wanted the Zoro for Christmas when I was young

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    While Empire had a great western line, Gabriel/Hubbley/Marx is unmatched when it come to Western/Cowboy action figure lines. From the Johnny West stuff to the 3 3/4 inch Lone Ranger And Zorro lines at the end.

    - Ian
    Last edited by EmergencyIan; Nov 29, '17 at 10:13 PM.
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