Cue Rick Astley…. Dallas It was the summit of the popularity and influence of this — surely the biggest ever — prime-time soap opera, with its tales of Texan oil industry wheeler-dealers that made a star of Larry Hagman as the devilishly appealing break-out character JR himself. And its tri-split-screen opening titles over its grandiose-cum-funky opening theme are the stuff of pop culture lore.
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We check out the creepy faced hand puppets known as Boglins. Creepy, ugly, unpleasant latex puppets that had a surprisingly long run of popularity for such a simple toy with little backstory, and no accompanying media cartoons, movies, comic books, etc…. Boglins first appeared on the scene in , and were discontinued in Why Britain felt they needed different names is beyond me, but the line did extremely well in the U. Large Boglins were memorable for their unique, cagelike packages—one of the few toys out there whose boxes were essentially another toy—the plastic bars could be raised or lowered. I never knew anyone who had or wanted a small Boglin. With larges being the obviously preferable option, I imagine these little bastards existed solely for parents who wanted a really asshole way to tell their children they were adopted.
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Boglins were a series of toy puppets distributed by Mattel. The original run of Boglins was released in , coinciding with a "creatures" craze that included Ghoulies , Critters , and Gremlins. Boglins were goblin -themed hand puppets made of flexible rubber and could be manipulated to represent speech and facial expressions. Several series of large and small Boglins were released until , with additional aquatic, Halloween , and baby themed Boglins released later into the line.