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Northern Sold 5:07 Thu Jan 21
Action transfers
Old Skool Kick arse.... hours of fun with these... well... about 10 mins...

ACTION TRANSFERS

http://www.action-transfers.com/html/a_ranges/at_linking.shtml

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ironsofcanada 3:11 Fri Jan 22
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Speaking of unPC

Little Miss Rub-Down Action Transfers [1981]:
090/171S


That aside, I had a Star Wars one and a Spiderman/Marvel one at least.

They came in cereal boxes or it was something very similar.

SilverSurfer 1:52 Fri Jan 22
Re: Action transfers
happy memories

Kearley 1:43 Fri Jan 22
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I loved the Little Bighorn one.

Crassus 11:17 Thu Jan 21
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Fuck me, happy memories indeed, I had forgotten all about these but Soldo is right, hours of fun

medwayhammer1 11:07 Thu Jan 21
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Was gonna mention the D day one Bacon....mine was probably a loada shit aswell :-)

m11 7:35 Thu Jan 21
Re: Action transfers
My dad had a contract at Letraset for a short time in the late 60s and used to bring one of these home every week for about six weeks.
Fold out double scenes and transfers with it. I remember dinosaurs, war planes, Cowboys and Indians amongst others.
Hours of fun. Our expectations were so much lower as 60s kids!!

Takashi Miike 6:31 Thu Jan 21
Re: Action transfers
hahaha

Steve Bacons Lenscap 6:30 Thu Jan 21
Re: Action transfers
Great thread - forgot all about these.

Me and my brother did them as kids - one I remember is a D-Day landings one. Mine was spot on, perfect perspective, realistic placement etc. My brother's was proper shit, a chimp could've done better. But then he's an Arsenal fan.

Russ of the BML 6:22 Thu Jan 21
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Bromley Reject 6:04 Thu Jan 21

I had all the Star Wars one's as a kid. I used to spend hours doing them. Just loved them.

Shame. If Letraset re-released these it'd make a middle aged bloke very happy!

IsaacHock 6:13 Thu Jan 21
Re: Action transfers
Sorry, I meant

http://www.action-transfers.com/html/a_a/splat.shtml

IsaacHock 6:13 Thu Jan 21
Re: Action transfers
SPLATT!

Bromley Reject 6:04 Thu Jan 21
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Russ, the only place I've seen them is on ebay unfortunately, the Star Wars ones go for about £30, a bit expensive for a bit of sentimental indulgence though

Takashi Miike 6:03 Thu Jan 21
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well done soldo, found them. Super Heroes Rub-Ons

Northern Sold 5:57 Thu Jan 21
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http://www.action-transfers.com/html/a_a/chronology.shtml#actiontransfers_anchor

Full list... some absolute classics on there

Russ of the BML 5:57 Thu Jan 21
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Oh my god. Letraset action transfers!! As a kid I was massively into these. Can you still get them??

Takashi Miike 5:55 Thu Jan 21
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Bromley, im sure they did loads more. superhero ones and other film/tv

Bromley Reject 5:52 Thu Jan 21
Re: Action transfers
Bloody brilliant these, I got my brother's kids an Ancient Egypt one and Tyrannosaur Attack in their Xmas stockings. I got Viking Raid for myself though. They do a Stalingrad one but I wasn't sure if it was appropriate just yet. I might be wrong but I'm sure I've seen a Sweeney one somewhere

Nice work Soldy, I love these

Northern Sold 5:48 Thu Jan 21
Re: ACTION TRANSFERS
Ha ha... just found one of disasters.... nice one of the San fran Earthquake and Pompeii.... women and children running for their lives.... almost as non-PC as the Tiger & Whale Hunt.... stick your game boy up your arse

Mr. Burns 5:47 Thu Jan 21
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Josh 5:42 Thu Jan 21

Teenage Mutant HERO Turtles when I was growing up.

Josh 5:42 Thu Jan 21
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Looks like what I had on my Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle lunch box as a 8 year old.

i-Ron 5:39 Thu Jan 21
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What a fucking shit era to grow up in.

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