Name: Dave Cub (Scout)
Made by and When: Kenner, 1975
Material: Vinyl and hard plastic
Height: 8-1/2 inches
Hair/Eyes/Mouth: Sculpted and texturized black Afro, brown painted eyes, smiling mouth with painted upper teeth
Clothes: Wears the official blue Cub Scout uniform that replicates the uniform Cub Scouts wore the year of release and brown vinyl shoes.
Other: Dave Cub scout has multiple points of articulation at the neck, upper arms/shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees, and ankles. Dave’s right hand is molded in a position to give the appropriate scout salute. The box is beautifully illustrated with outside scouting scenes. Dave Cub is part of Kenner’s Official Scout High Adventure set that included other dolls (action figures). Included with Dave is a 16-page illustrated Cub Scouting & You booklet printed on newsprint. Dave and the White Cub Scout, Craig, are illustrated on the front of the booklet. The booklet photos are in the slideshow.
See the installation of Kenner’s Bob Scout (Boy Scout doll) here.
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