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"Die Fraggles" purse

Discussion in 'Muppet Merchandise' started by popgunfun, Oct 8, 2002.

  1. popgunfun

    popgunfun New Member

    I was wondering if anyone else has or has heard of this item. I found it at Goodwill about five years ago and have been using it ever since. It's a blue purse with a picture of Gobo dancing and Red playing the guitar. It says "Die Fraggles" so I'm assuming it is German ("die" as in "the") and also says "Gobo & Red" if anyone can help me, I'll scan a picture of the purse. I got a lot of questions whenever it goes out with me.

  2. BlueFrackle

    BlueFrackle Well-Known Member


    It was released around 84' or 86' im sure, And also came in yellow.

    It was available in English aswell, And there was also a Red Fraggle bag that said 'Bits and Bobs' with Red holding maracas.

    Hope that helps !

    see ya
  3. Phillip

    Phillip Administrator Staff Member

  4. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    What a releif that it's a german purse. I thought that a bunch of anti-Muppet people made this as an illegal purse..

    You know... DIE FRAGGLES!!!!!

    Man! No wonder why it was in there so long. It probably scared kids and made grown Muppets fans faint.

    Die is german for the! I got that!!!

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