Author Topic: Did Any of the Mad Monster Party Puppets Survive?  (Read 150 times)

YoungestMonsterKid

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Did Any of the Mad Monster Party Puppets Survive?
« on: November 01, 2022, 11:09:29 PM »
Exactly what it says in the title. I know those kind of puppets don't survive extremely well. But I've seen evidence that Rankin Bass puppets from slightly older movies have survived. For example, their first Rudolph film and "The Daydreamer".
Sure, in those cases there's probably a huge amount of replaced parts and whatnot. But the fact is just, they survived at all. Surely something from Mad Monster Party should survive, right? Even if it's just the rotting remains of part of a puppet?


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Re: Did Any of the Mad Monster Party Puppets Survive?
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2022, 05:29:22 PM »
Ok, I think the image of Santa and Rudolph isn't the legit originals. I saw it accompanying an article about how the puppets survive, but those aren't them, I don't think.
The first picture with the Daydreamer puppets is real though. I saw it on TV at an antique thing and they verified it and everything.

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Re: Did Any of the Mad Monster Party Puppets Survive?
« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2022, 07:11:48 PM »
Ok, I think the image of Santa and Rudolph isn't the legit originals. I saw it accompanying an article about how the puppets survive, but those aren't them, I don't think.
The first picture with the Daydreamer puppets is real though. I saw it on TV at an antique thing and they verified it and everything.

Yeah, i saw that too. Pretty sure it was on Antiques Roadshow. I've never heard of any Mad Monster Party figures
surviving but you never know. That would be rad to see!!!

 

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