Re: Indy toys

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Posted by paul lazarek on August 28, 1997 at 19:54:29:

In Reply to: Re: Indy toys posted by Deirdre on August 27, 1997 at 22:05:54:

Any info you could provide on a cheap (relatively speaking) source would be greatly appreciated. I'm looking for some for my 2 boys ages 6 and 8. They both LOVE Indy. If you check toy magazines, they want an arm and a leg for Indy
: : This post is in reponse to Adam from one of the FYF follow-ups:

: : Lucky you. I've been trying to find the Indy toys for years. I remember seeing them in Kay-Bees for several years after they were discontinued, but I never got around to getting them. I wish I had. They had almost all of the small figures except for Indy and marion. They also had a playset ( I think it was the Ark playset). I saw the 12 in doll once when Raiders first came out, but never saw it afterwards. That's the one I REALLY would like to have. I have almost everything Indy except for the toys. I'm stationed in Japan in the Air Force, so I even missed the INdy Micro Machine playset that came out not too long ago. I guess Indy isn't very popular here.

: At this year's past San Diego Comic Con, I had the great fortune of finding the Raiders truck for the playset. With the truck in my possesion, it completes my Wells of the Souls playset. Like you, I also have the 12" Indy doll (still in the box). If you're looking for the Indy and Marion figures, there is a place I know of (I'll have to find their business card) who might still have some in stock. It was with this company that I purchased the Wells of the Souls. When I asked if it came with the figures, they told me no. But when I got home, YES!!! Inside were Indy, Marion, Toht, the Swordsman, and the mail-offer Belloq.

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