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Six 1977 Slurpee Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Character Cups
Any little kid growing up in the 1970's and 1980's were lucky enough to watch on TV the neatest, coolest and action-packed cartoons ever made for kids. Pictured for sale are Six 1977 Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Character 7-Eleven Slurpee 12 oz. cups including Scooby-Doo, Jabberjaw, Speed Buggy, Mumbly, Dynomutt, Grape Ape. These cups could be ordered through the mail or purchased when getting a cup of your favorite Slurpee at a 7-Eleven Store in your hometown. Listed below is a description of each cup:
1.) "Scooby-Doo"! The cartoon was introduced in 1969. Scooby-Doo is more popular today than ever. Along with his human friends Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, and Freddy, together they unmasked every ghost Scooby and Shaggy came across. Condition: Very good; There is a tiny nik along the bottom edge.
2.) "Jabberjaw"! The cartoon was introduced in 1976 and was a big hit right after the movie Jaws gripped the nation. But Jabberjaw was a fun loving shark that played the drums in a band called “The Neptunes”. Condition: Near mint.
3.) "Speed Buggy"! The cartoon was introduced in 1977 and was a flying Dune Duggy who along with his human friends Debbie, Mark, and Tinker, spent all their time getting in and out of trouble. This cartoon managed to be seen on all three major networks. Condition: Near mint.
4.) "Mumbly"! The cartoon was introduced in 1976 and featured Mumbly the police dog who mumbled and grumbled and snickered when he spoke. His character was inspired after actor Peter Falk who played Inspector Columbo on TV. Condition: Very good; There are a few very tiny niks along the bottom edge.
5.) "Dynomutt"! The cartoon was introduced in 1976. The Blue Falcon and his sidekick Dynomutt Dog Wonder cruised outer space fighting the bad guys. Dynomutt had a seemingly infinite number of mechanical devices that came from his body to help fight evil. Condition: Very good condition; There are rough spots in the plastic around the bottom. This was in the making of the cup.
6.) "Grape Ape"! The cartoon was introduced in 1975. The show was about a 40 foot tall purple ape who traveled the countryside on top of a small yellow van with his good friend “Beegle Beagle Dog” sidekick. Condition: Very good condition; There is one small rough spot in the plastic around the bottom. This was also in the making of the cup.
During the 1970's and 1980's my boys visited our local 7-Eleven Store tons of times collecting all kinds of Slurpee cups which were then put on display in their bedrooms. If you collect Slurpee cups from 7-Eleven I'm sure they'll look great on display in your bedroom.
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