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Tommy Burst Detective Set, only $3

Tommy Burst Detective Set, only $3

(1:01) Take family and friends out ... one at a time. Sixties TV ad for Mattel's Tommy Burst submachine gun and snubnose 38.

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London1 London1 (3421 days ago)
Where did the $3 bizzle come from ? It says $7 in the video and I won't pay a penny more !
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Where did the $3 bizzle come from ? It says $7 in the video and I won't pay a penny more !
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Guest: justme (3420 days ago)
Latest comment: stupid americans.
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Latest comment: stupid americans.
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Samsgimp Samsgimp (3421 days ago)
Does anyone remember the "Johnny 7"? This was a huge cap-firing m60 machine gun with twin barrels, detatchable hand gun, missile launcher, grenade launcher, stilts - it was the mother of all toy weapons in the late 60s..
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Does anyone remember the "Johnny 7"? This was a huge cap-firing m60 machine gun with twin barrels, detatchable hand gun, missile launcher, grenade launcher, stilts - it was the mother of all toy weapons in the late 60s..
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Guest: BastardInBlack (3421 days ago)
Totally remember it Samsgimp !!...most envied toy down our street. Mark Hardick had one at no. 73 and Shaun Walden at 75, next door, had one. The battles 20-or-so kids had over the larch lap fence that separated the two...happy daze ! On another note - imagine the value of a $3.00 Tommy Burst 'still in box' today ???
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Totally remember it Samsgimp !!...most envied toy down our street. Mark Hardick had one at no. 73 and Shaun Walden at 75, next door, had one. The battles 20-or-so kids had over the larch lap fence that separated the two...happy daze ! On another note - imagine the value of a $3.00 Tommy Burst 'still in box' today ???
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Samsgimp Samsgimp (3421 days ago)
Yup, I saw a mint Johnny 7 for 250 on ebay about five years ago. and, yes, if you had one of those you always had all the kids in your area who wanted to join your army! ha ha. Mark Hardick! great name!!!!
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Yup, I saw a mint Johnny 7 for 250 on ebay about five years ago. and, yes, if you had one of those you always had all the kids in your area who wanted to join your army! ha ha. Mark Hardick! great name!!!!
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