Toys of the Seventies, Mo The Monkey Board Game

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This was a board game and it had this hard cardboard like monkey that stood upright on the game board, the monkey had a hole for his mouth and you'd feed him yellow marbles (the peanuts)and they would go into this device that was in the back and would filter into these plastic hands in front of the monkey. The object of the game (I think, it's been a looooong time) was to guess which hand had the most marbles.
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Deb - April 17, 2009 - Report this comment
YES!! This was my favorite game of all time growing up!! Where can I get one...anyone have one in the attic for sale?? Man...I miss the 70's! If you know of someone, please email me:
vicky - March 21, 2010 - Report this comment
i also had that game i have looked for yrs to find it on ebay or anywhere, till now . would love to buy it for my 6yr daughter please email me if anyone has one for sale
sammom - November 30, 2010 - Report this comment
omg!Finally, people who remember Mo, the Monkey! I LOVED that game, with the weird tan peanut/marbles and the arms that always fell out of the cardboard back! I have searched my parents attic, my mom swears she didn't throw it out...secretly, I think my little brother sold it to the kids down the street for a quick buck...has anyone had any luck finding this game?? Anyone have it for sale?

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