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Rarest Muppet Figures...Ever

Discussion in 'Action Figures' started by beaker, Mar 23, 2009.

  1. beaker

    beaker Well-Known Member

    Thanks to the advent of google, muppets wiki, ebay, and our own BlueFrackle...over the years I've remembered seeing some of the straight up rarest Muppet(and related franchises) figures/pvcs/etc to date.

    So here we go...

    Muppet Show Nigel PVC(1984)

    Sal The Monkey(never released)

    The first Muppet figures...51 years ago!
    (Wiltkins and Wonkins vinyl toys)

    Electric Mayhem mini Muppets figures(unreleased)

    Corgi 2008 unreleased Electric Mayhem figure playset:

    The Hoobs(prototype) figures

    Muppet Show complete theater playset w/ orchestra, balcony, backstage, etc


    1999 Rizzo action figure, UK Burger King toy

    Muppets From Space action figure playset:

    Fraggle Rock:
    Gobo Palisades(prototype)

    Unreleased Fraggle Rock vinyl figures(blue fraggle, madam trashheap, etc)

    Uncle Matt, Sprocket, Jr Gorg, Ma Gorg, Pa Gorg

    Sesame Street:

    Sesame Street Martian/Yip Yip action figure(1998)

    Sesam Strasjon(Norway Sesame) figures:

    Sesamstraat(Dutch Sesame) Pino, Tommie, Ieniemienie, Purk

    Sesamstrasse(samson, tiffy)

    Plaza Sésamo Abelardo action figure:

    Vila Sésamo rubber figures:

    Prof. Hastings, Lefty, Rosevelt Franklin, Samson, Tiffy,
    Harry Monster, etc

    Espinete, Don Pimpón, Bettie Lou and Sherlock Hemlock:

    Prairie Dawn

    Sesame Street Twiddlebugs

    Sesame Street Gladys

    Rue Sesame(French Sesame Street) figurines
  2. CrazyHarryFan

    CrazyHarryFan New Member

    Thanks so much for this post. I really enjoyed looking at these photos. My daughter said "I want that one! That one! That one!" haha Good times. :)
  3. Colbynfriends

    Colbynfriends Active Member

    Those Electric Mayhem figures look cool.
  4. the80sdrummer

    the80sdrummer Member

  5. beaker

    beaker Well-Known Member

    Aww! Thanks for that. I also recall that right before Palisades got the Sesame license, another company(Fun 4 All?) showed prototypes of their Palisades-ish Sesame lineup.
  6. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Yeah, I remember the SS action figure line-up. I was SO excited about them...but obviously we never saw them come out. I'm sure someone will eventually release something similar though, not that anyone will have the accuracy or care and love of Palisades...
  7. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    They're all sooooo cool... except for those Vila Sesamo ones... those ones are kinda ugly. But I'm really drooling over that Abelardo. Man, I wish SW would just sell some sort of set of international character PVC's or something. Best thing I saw was a Plaza Sesamo bib at Family Dollar.... Wonder of they had a Pancho too?
  8. beaker

    beaker Well-Known Member

    Oh heck yeah, that is a pretty sweet Abelardo. Man that would be a dream come true to see figurines of some of the International Sesame Streets. Its kind of underground, as very few people in the US are even aware of other productions. It's like, they're secret:)

    I mean look at those Norwegian Sesame figures, talk about obscure. And oh yeah, from what I hear that early 70's Brazilian Sesame Street was...bizarre to say the least.

    And you gotta love a show called "Barrio Sesame" that features a guy named Don Pimpin:) (ok, yeah I know thats not how its pronounced)
  9. rexcrk

    rexcrk Active Member

    I'm still so sad about Sal.... Johnny needs his monkey buddy!

    It's like... releasing Ernie with out Bert, or Statler without Waldorf (well, maybe not THAT extreme >_>)
  10. butchDemonte

    butchDemonte New Member

    Can you tell me

    What is the rarest/hardest to find of the action figures?
  11. rexcrk

    rexcrk Active Member

    Probably the wedding set.
  12. Andibcool

    Andibcool Member

    Its so sad Palisades went out of buissnes. When im looking at the SS action figures i want em all and they so nicely done.
    The Playsets from them are so nice too.
    Hard to beleave they went out of buissnes by selling such quality products.

    Was the Muppetstage shown in that links a prototype from Palisades ? It looks to fit well to the backstage set.
    Someone should pick up all that protos and produce more stuff.
  13. shimauta

    shimauta Member

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