• 9 years 8 months ago
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    I remember having a talking bear that played cassette tapes and told stories or something, and it would move it's mouth along with the words. I think it was Teddy Ruxpin but I'm not certain. As it was it was rather freaky, but the fact that it played standard cassette tapes opened up a whole world of fun. We used to put in Halloween stuff or tapes of horror movie lines, or just stuff we recorded ourselves, and have the bear say stuff (in a very evil voice) like "I'm going to cut out your heart and steal your soul!". Here it's been at least 20 years and I still can't stop lauging about it. :lol:
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      • 9 years 8 months ago
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      Max Headroom wrote:
      "I'm going to cut out your heart and steal your soul!".



      thas jokes ^_^
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        • 9 years 8 months ago
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        Yep...that was Teddy R...
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          • 9 years 8 months ago
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          kinda off topic a bit but wasnt there something like the teddy ruxpin doll .it was a papa smurf that would be kinda like a doll that u feed theses fake peas and they disappear......and then the smurf says what it is......wasnt there a thing where a defective bunch of smurfs would eat one of the foods and say mmmmmmmm it tastes like........sh*t.......maybe it was only near my town we had the defective dolls. lol funny nonethless
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            • 9 years 8 months ago
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            Would this be the very one?
            Every time I visit RetroJunkit seems to change. Just glad the people dont.

            Come on Vertex and Mod Gang, sort out my contributions :lol:
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              • 9 years 7 months ago
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              Max Headroom wrote:
              I remember having a talking bear that played cassette tapes and told stories or something, and it would move it's mouth along with the words. I think it was Teddy Ruxpin but I'm not certain. As it was it was rather freaky, but the fact that it played standard cassette tapes opened up a whole world of fun. We used to put in Halloween stuff or tapes of horror movie lines, or just stuff we recorded ourselves, and have the bear say stuff (in a very evil voice) like "I'm going to cut out your heart and steal your soul!". Here it's been at least 20 years and I still can't stop lauging about it. :lol:


              word.

              we would throw in a judas priest or ozzy osbourne tape in there. that was bizarre.
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                • 9 years 7 months ago
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                http://www.angelfire.com/film/jonnyspage2/Themes/Teddy%20Ruxpin/Teddy%20Ruxpin.htm
                The Bucket is Opened
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                  • 9 years 7 months ago
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                  Disney Colector wrote:

                  Would this be the very one?



                  NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!! Ok guys there is something that I think everyone deserves to know........(deep breath) I am DEEPLY and HORRIFICLY afraid of Teddy Ruxpin....... and have been my whole life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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                    • 9 years 7 months ago
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                    He make's chucky look like the pope.
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                      • 9 years 7 months ago
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                      I remember once, we made the bear act like a Wrestling commentator, during an episode of Saturday Night's Main Event. We also acted out horror movie scenes with it as well.
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                        • 8 years 8 months ago
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                        Well I found out that BackPack Toys making Teddy Ruxpin.

                        I reorder mine.

                        He what to me your friend.

                        www.teddyruxpin.com
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                          • 8 years 8 months ago
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                          I didn't have a Teddy Ruxpin. I had a Talking Cooler Dog from the Pound Puppies he came out after Teddy Ruxpin did and did pretty much the same thing.
                          It's OK, next time I'll make you listen. I wish that it were in the power of all children to say that to their parents and to know that indeed they would be heard as we were in those wonderful days on Waltons Mountain.Narrator The Waltons (From the Runawa
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                            • 8 years 8 months ago
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                            tdickensheets wrote:
                            Well I found out that BackPack Toys making Teddy Ruxpin
                            I reorder mine.

                            He what to me your friend.

                            www.teddyruxpin.com



                            WHAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I NEED ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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                              • 8 years 8 months ago
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                              chaoszerg wrote:
                              He make's chucky look like the pope.


                              HAHA i was never scared of him..but i hardly ever got to play with mine cause my mom thougth id break it *rolls eyes*. Furbies are so much creapier! AHH...two of mine turned demonic on me...one has a glitch and wont stop sneezing!
                              Could I be read if I were see-through or would you just read my spine?
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                                • 8 years 3 months ago
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                                I loved my Teddy Ruxpin. But this little jerk I used to play with broke his jaw. I also had Grubby, but I never used it (I think I lost the cord or something).

                                On a related note, recently I found my old, old recorded tape with episodes of the cartoon on it. It was actually pretty fun to watch.
                                Coming Soon to Nostalgia Junkie: Nostalgiathon 2009!
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                                  • 8 years 3 months ago
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                                  a new Teddy is coming out by christmas.
                                  a company bought the rights to him and is going to completely redo him. now I wish someone would buy lazer tag or photon and rebuild them.
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                                    • 8 years 3 months ago
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                                    oh wow what a memory:) I totaly forgot about Ruxpin
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                                      • 8 years 3 months ago
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                                      i loved my teddy ruxpin so much. in my home movies he's in almost every shot because when i was 2 i treated him like he was a real person. i also had 2 other talking toys....Talking Mickey and Talking Mother Goose, they were just like Teddy, you just pop a tape in the back and it comes with books to read along
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                                        • 8 years 3 months ago
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                                        I had a knockoff that was a robot named Casey. he would read the stories and he had a digital face that changed shaped depending on the tone of the story.
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                                          • 8 years 3 months ago
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                                          hahaha how can you be afraid of Teddy Ruxpin?! i had a Feifel (sp?) that would do the same thing... eventualy, he would just burn up my tapes :x i also had a clock called something like Grand Father Time or Clock or something like that, that came w/ a whole slew of tapes of hime telling stories... i loved that thing...

                                          my sisters used to have a talking barney doll... one night, when i was about 14 i think, i was home alone... i was walking from my room down the hall to the living room... and to do that i had to pass my sisters' room... as i was walking past i hear "I Love You!", which made me jump and squeal like a lil girl. i look over and there is barney sitting on top of their pile of dolls, like it was his thrown of death, w/ his arms stretched out to me! i grabbed him and threw him in the back of the garage... havent seen him since...



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