Toys of the Seventies, J.J. Walker Doll

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J.J. Walker Doll. WIth the red P.J.'s that say DYNOMITE!!, and he has a ghetto hat.
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james - September 28, 2007 - Report this comment
get a life, losers!
Robert - December 01, 2009 - Report this comment
my parents bought me one for xmas...just pulled out a pic of was so i laugh about it
Kim - April 18, 2013 - Report this comment
Hmmm... "Ghetto Hat"? That's an ignorant way to describe a clothing item that was clearly just a fashion choice insync with the "70's" fashion trend.
Rob Lambert - February 05, 2018 - Report this comment
The talking Jimmie Walker rag doll came out in 1975, made by Mattel and sold by Shindanna, which also sold the Flip Wilson/Geraldine toy. A floppy hat better describes what "J.J. Evans" wore on "Good Times." MSRP was $10, but Toys R Us sold for a dollar less. "Good Times" started off with a bang, but lost its luster when John Amos quit in 1976 (character killed off) to play "Chicken George" on "Roots."

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