Toys of the Seventies, Screamin' Deamons

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These were toy motorcycles with gouhlish decorations. One had a skull and crossbones seat. They were battery operated.
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Rob Lambert - June 26, 2015 - Report this comment
By Hasbro, only three Screamin' Demon toy motorbikes were made: Transylvanian Express, Shootin' Iron and Black Knight. Each powered by triple-A batteries. Later in 1971, the Daredevil Challenge race set was offered. Issues with small parts getting in the mouths of smaller kids shortened original store availability to about a year. Found a TV commercial block by Hasbro for Screamin' Demons and the Frosty Sno Man Sno-cone maker toy (apron and cups included) aired on the "Bugaloos" Saturday morning show (1/23/71, NBC). Slogan: Here Come the Screamin' Demons, Tearing Up the Road!
Karen Roberts - November 16, 2015 - Report this comment
I had tried and tried and am desperately searching for a Black Night Screamin Demon toy for my husband as a Christmas gift. he had ne when he was a kid and it would mean to the world to him to have it again. If anyone knows where I can get one preferable with the box please let me know.
Rob Lambert - December 19, 2016 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault: TV commercial for the Daredevil Challenge Set. The Shootin' Iron motorbike is featured. Motorbike is tethered around the course. Ramps, lap counter and timer included. This aired on the "Pink Panther/Ant and Aardvark" cartoon show over NBC ( 10/9/71).

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