Toys of the Seventies, Six Million Dollar Man Action Figure

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G.I Joe type figure except you could look through the hole in the back of his head and see through his bionic eye.
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Mr Perfect - December 02, 2007 - Report this comment
Steve Austin..... a Man barely alive
HOLLIS - December 22, 2007 - Report this comment
Ben - May 30, 2008 - Report this comment
I miss all my Six Million Dollar Man toys.
Todd - July 15, 2009 - Report this comment
I teach third grade and my students were intrigued to see what a "Six Million Dollar Man" figure looked like. I dug him out of a box...he still looks good except the rubber "skin" on his bionic arm is all cracked and won't roll up anymore. The kids were amazed at how big he is. They were picturing him to be a tiny action figure. I also have Oscar and his "exploding briefcase."
Chris - September 15, 2009 - Report this comment
I remember Steve Austin also had a plastic engine block that he could pick up if you turned his head to one side and clicked the button on his back. I think one of his arch rivals was "Masketron". A figure about Steve's size with different masks.
Rich - March 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Got it for my Birthday in 76 (I believe) from my Grandmother. Wish I still had it.
Rob Lambert - November 01, 2014 - Report this comment
Found an ad for this in an Archie comic book dated Nov., 1976. Steve Austin and Maskatron (a bionic villain) action figures by Kenner (a General Mills subsidiary). Maskatron came with face masks of Austin and Oscar Goldman. His head, arms and legs were detachable. Extra forearm parts had weapons like vise grips and suction cup. The skin on Austin's arms could be peeled to reveal bionic components. Each figure cost ten dollars. Ad includes coupon to join the Bionic Action Club for fifty cents. Sold separately were three different outfits for Steve Austin.
Joel - March 07, 2017 - Report this comment
best toy ever. I had Steve Austin, Maskatron, the bionic bigfoot, Six Million Dollar Woman, and the "Skylab" science station/rocket. So many happy days with these guys!

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