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Discussion in 'Muppet Merchandise' started by meepmuppaphones, Mar 25, 2012.
This is just a thread where you could talk about Muppet Busts.
Well...*insert obvious joke here*
But seriously, I own the Rowlf one which is my farvourite, the Beauregard one which I still cannot believe exists, the Crazy Harry one because it was a fun action looking one, Janice and Miss Piggy.
I don't own any of 'em, but I might be getting one (I'm hoping Beauregard, Lew, Harry, Link, or Scooter, as people like Chef and Beaker aren't on sale online...)
I have the Janice one...and I love it!
Oh man. I forgot Spamela existed. Oh wow.
I just said this in another thread but I've always wanted to own the Dr. Teeth one. It's a shame that they never made a Floyd.
Absolutely. Floyd should've been made before Crazy Harry. Sideshow was considering adding another wave of characters after the 20 initially announced, but it didn't happen.
Here are reviews for the first three series of Sideshow busts:
Muppet Show Busts Series 1
Muppet Show Busts Series 2
Muppet Show Busts Series 3
Augh, I wish I had at least one Muppet Bust! Hey, speaking of that, if anyone on here wants to sell a Muppet Bust if they want to, I'm open for any offerings.
Sorry to bump up an 'old' thread, but I wanted to ask the question....
Can anyone tell me why some Muppet busts come in smaller boxes? Piggy and Scooter for instance... Piggy was in a larger box while Scooter was in a smaller one. Did they make TWO different sizes of each bust throughout the series??
Only one version of each character was produced. The size of the box was just determined by the size of the character so to speak.
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