Toys of the Seventies, Bamm Bamm Punching Bag

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A punching bag with bamm bamm printed on it
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Rob Lambert - October 02, 2014 - Report this comment
I'm assuming this is about the Bamm Bamm inflatable punching toy, one of the Punch-Me character series, and not an actual punching bag used by boxers for training. I haven't been able to pinpoint which company made these. Some were made exclusively for Sears. The 1970 Wishbook listed Bamm Bamm for $1.97, because he was shorter than most of the other characters. The Punch-Me toys were made of vinyl, with the bottom filled with sand to keep them upright. It is odd, that later in the 1970s, the teenage Bamm Bamm image wasn't used. The makers stuck with the toddler Bamm Bamm image, until discontinued around 1978.
Rob Lambert - April 28, 2017 - Report this comment
Found image of a box for a Bamm-Bamm Punch-O bag by Coleco from 1968. Bag stood 34 inches tall and sand had to be filled into the bottom to keep it upright.

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