Toys of the Seventies, Hugo The Man Of A Thousand Faces.

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My brother had this, A BALD "notorious" looking character. He had a bunch of different beards, hairpieces, facial distinctions (i.e. scars, moles, etc..) that would "glue" on temporarily... Wow, I can still remember that smell! MJ (PS: Also the "super stretch man" you have listed was really called "STRETCH ARMSTRONG". (my brother's once cut one open to see what was inside... it was just yucky goop!
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John - August 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Didn't have one but I remember the TV commercials would creep me out.
Mike - April 02, 2009 - Report this comment
I think Hugo appeared on the "Uncle Floyd Show" at the end as Floyd was playing the piano
Todd - July 15, 2009 - Report this comment
I have Hugo...received him in the mid 70s I think. Eventually the glue turned Hugo's face a sickly yellow color.
Rob Lambert - November 01, 2014 - Report this comment
Found an ad for this in an Archie comic book dated Dec., 1975. Hugo, by Kenner, was a hand puppet like no other. Came with hair pieces, scars, extra skin layers...the works. Kids could even use these parts on their own faces.
Rob Lambert - August 24, 2019 - Report this comment
In its third year, the Hugo disguise set retailed for $11 in the 1977 Sears Wish Book.

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