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Steve Irwin "Crocodile Hunter" Stretch Doll (Fun-4-All) *SOLD*
[RARE]
$45.00

(Sorry, out of stock...SOLD for $45.00) Steve Irwin "Crocodile Hunter" Stretch Doll, by Fun-4-All. Here is an UNOPENED, MINT-ON-CARD relic of the Crocodile Hunter phenomenon. The late, great Steve Irwin aka "The Crocodile Hunter" and his wife ran a wildlife preserve in northern Australia that was a bit of a family business going back to Irwin's parents. When the "Animal Planet" TV channel picked up on this character for a TV series, the "Crocodile Hunter" took off like wildfire. I know I would never miss an episode, with Irwin crawling on his stomach looking for spitting lizards or venomous snakes...and then he would risk his neck while showing them to the camera! His intentness and fervor came through the camera...you couldn't help but watch. And you always learned something, despite, or maybe because of Steve's insane theatrics with these creatures. The world was shocked, however, in 2006 when they learned of his untimely death, getting bayoneted by a stingray's tailspike while filming a segment in the waters of the Great Barrier Reef for his little daughter Bindi's new show. Anyway, his show is still on in reruns, and his work continues through his wife and family. He is missed. Here is a vintage bit of "Crocodile Hunter" fever, a stretch doll from over a decade ago (ala "Stretch Armstrong") preserved for your collecting pleasure by lil' ol' me, Mr. Pop Top. Alas, due to the age and realities of plastic, his stretching days are over and he would make a splendid display piece...obviously, this toy is long out of production and few survived this long in this MINT-ON-CARD condition!! Lucky you, for finding this website! Crikeys!!! You waited too late, mate. Out of stock.

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