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In [[1974]], [[:Category:Questor|Questor]] released a set of '''Muppet Miniatures''' toys under the Child Horizons label. These were small, 2.5 inch high, ''[[Sesame Street]]'' character figurines packaged in sets of three. Each package was shaped like either part of the Street set, or a vehicle, and was intended to be used as a playset with the figures.
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In [[1974]], [[:Category:Questor|Questor]] released a set of '''Muppet Miniatures''' toys under the Child Horizons label. These were small, 2.5 inch high, ''[[Sesame Street]]'' character figurines packaged in sets of three. Each package was shaped like either part of the Street set, a vehicle, or a fairytale setting, and was intended to be used as a playset with the figures.
   
 
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Witch pvc.jpeg|Witch ''(from Hansel and Gretel)''
 
Witch pvc.jpeg|Witch ''(from Hansel and Gretel)''
 
Gretel pvc.jpeg|[[Betty Lou]] as Gretel
 
Gretel pvc.jpeg|[[Betty Lou]] as Gretel
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Image:noimage.png|[[Ernie]] as Hansel
 
Wolf pvc.jpeg|[[Big Bad Wolf]] ''(Note: Credited on package as "Herry Monster as the Big Bad Wolf")''
 
Wolf pvc.jpeg|[[Big Bad Wolf]] ''(Note: Credited on package as "Herry Monster as the Big Bad Wolf")''
 
Grover woodsman.jpeg|[[Grover]] as woodsman
 
Grover woodsman.jpeg|[[Grover]] as woodsman

Revision as of 18:57, June 25, 2010

In 1974, Questor released a set of Muppet Miniatures toys under the Child Horizons label. These were small, 2.5 inch high, Sesame Street character figurines packaged in sets of three. Each package was shaped like either part of the Street set, a vehicle, or a fairytale setting, and was intended to be used as a playset with the figures.

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