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  1963-1964 Marx Nutty Mads Bull Pen Boo Boo Plastic Figure
 
Marx Nutty Mads Bull Pen Boo Boo Plastic Figure
Item Details
  • CIRCA - 1963-1964
  • MANUFACTURER -  Marx & Co., Inc.
  • SIZE -  6" tall
  • PRICE GUIDE- $15.00 - $20.00
    Very Good - Excellent Condition

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NOTES:
 
   From 1963-1964 the Marx Toy Company manufactured a line of colorful injection-molded polymer plastic toy figures called "Nutty Mads." The comically Ghoulish  figures were reportedly based on original designs created by veteran Mad Magazine artist Jack Davis. Eighteen Characters were released in three series sets of six. The baseball pitcher Bull Pen Boo Boo was part of series two. The toys originally sold in five and dime stores like Woolworth's for about .15 each.

 The bottom of the base read "Louis Marx & Co., Inc., MCMLXIII" inside a circle on one side, '"Bull Pen," "Nutty Mads," T.M. REG, Boo Boo' on the other side. The Marx Toy Company was found by Louis Marx and his brother David in 1919. In 1972, at the age of 76, Louis Marx sold his toy company to the Quaker Oats Company for $54 million, and retired.


 
 
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