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Duncan Professional - Super Hero - Hulk - Magic Motion
Exhibit #2257
ShapeStandard (-)
PackagingDisplay Boxed
ConstructionMulti-piece plastic
ConditionMint in Package
OwnerRick Brough

Duncan's plastic yo-yo with a Reslon coated metal axle, in the same body shape as the Duncan Professional.

This series of seven yo-yos came out in 1980 when "Superman" the theatrical movie was released, "The Incredible Hulk" series began airing on TV, and "Wonder Woman" was in its third season, also on TV.

The counter display included Superman (8), The Incredible Hulk (8), Wonder Woman (6), Spiderman (8), and Batman (6). Each yo-yo came packaged in clear plastic boxes with a hang tab and yellow printed insert.

The Magic Motion animation on one side of the yo-yo was created by Optigraphics Corporation. When you tilted the yo-yo, the character image changed to an alternate image. The other side of the yo-yo held a static image of the character.

Original, unopened boxes of this yo-yo still have the very long single piece of tape that sealed down both sides of the box top flap and usually both sides of the bottom flap.

Original retail price: $ US
Other Views
Side A, large - static image side
Side B - Magic Motion - Hulk standing
Side B - Magic Motion - Hulk running

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