My 1972 issue of Boris Karloff's Tales of Mystery comes with a special treat inside: a 16 page catalog of Kenner toys. Let's have a look, shall we?
RRRRRRRR-RRRRR! Dig that Howl of Power!...
I agree with the disembodied black guy head - the sound is great. But does it do stunts?
Hey, what the heck is that?
The Four Blythes: the slutty Blythe, the ditzy Blythe, the snobby Blythe and the bookworm Blythe.
Gabbigale is the worst name ever. And poor Fluffy - I hope she survived.
"And this is where Kenner makes the greatest girl's toy since dolls!"
PC Police! Arrest this man!
"AHA! CAUGHT YOU KIDS WITH SNOOPY AGAIN!!"
Wait - what? What were these kids doing with Snoopy that could raise such alarm?
On second thought - don't tell me.
"Yes kids - someday you'll see cassette shows at home!"..... "But then they'll become obsolete when discs read by lasers take over... and then even those will become obsolete when digital streaming through a fiber optic cable takes its place...... now go enjoy your crummy projector. Have fun!"
For one hopeful moment, she believed her idiot grandson had a talent.
"Yeah, and we can tell the guys we really whittled 'em!"
Kenner. Teaching kids to lie since 1972.
And you thought the Blythe doll was creepy....