Name: Bob Scout
Made by and When: Kenner, 1974
Material: Vinyl and hard plastic
Marks: ©1974 G.M.F.G.I./KENNER PROD./CIN’TI. OHIO 45202/NO. 7005/MADE IN HONG KONG (on the lower back)
Height: 9-1/2 inches
Hair/Eyes/Mouth: Sculpted and texturized black Afro, brown painted eyes, open mouth with painted upper teeth
Clothes: Wears the official Scout uniform that replicates the uniform Boy Scouts wore the year of release and brown vinyl shoes.
Other: Bob Scout has multiple points of articulation at the neck, upper arms/shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees, and ankles. Bob’s right hand is molded into a position to give the appropriate Boy Scout salute. Steve Scout is Bob’s white counterpart.
Find more pictures of Kenner’s Official Scout dolls, the accessories, and additional information here.
See the installation of Kenner’s Dave Cub (scout) here.
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