Thursday, October 11, 2018

Hasbro Ghost Gun

I got to spend one afternoon with the Ghost gun's brother "the Moving Monster Gun" when I was ten and i remember how smitten i was with this toy.

Bonus shot: Here's the Ghost gun at retail way back in 1974.

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Ned Hastings said...

Nothing makes a kid want to buy a gun like the ghost of a cowboy.

YesterdayIsNow said...

Wait, so how do you shoot a hole in the ghost? Does pulling the trigger just change the image to show a bullet hole in it, or does it actually fire a projectile? And what are those things in the bottom right corner that look like chopsticks?

Also, dig that TV Tennis by Marx. Didn't know they were around long enough to get into video games.

Hauntedheadful said...

I had one of these and from what I remember,the strips with the images on them weren't re usable.Once all the images were all used up,you had to buy more strips.I remember a mail order form being included in the box,but I don't remember if replacement strips were available in stores.Its a shame they are so rare today, I would like to experience this toy again through adult eyes.I was about 5 years old then.

Clambake said...

When you pull the trigger, a pin pokes a hole in the film strip (so yeah, the strips aren't reusable). I had the 'Red Baron' version of this game when I was a kid, it was pretty great.


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