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Desc:a kick ass, unstoppable robot dinosaur toy
Category:Advertisements, Classic TV Clips
Tags:Robot, toy, 1960s, dinosaur, unstoppable!
Submitted:fetuschrist
Date:01/15/09
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freedoom
wow, it only cost $12.66 back then. with inflation thats about $86. RoboRaptor is over $100 so i think king zor is a pretty good deal.
Binro the Heretic
I got to see one of these live and in person when I was six years old. (1976) It was awesome.

One of our neighbors had one. He'd gotten it as a kid and would let his kids play with it every now and then. I got to see it in action several times. It freaked me out because my cartoon-addled kid brain thought it was loaded with robotic circuitry and it could really "see" you when you shot it. I loved to watch it in action but I was also a little scared of it.

Flash forward to present day. I bought my nephew a Roboraptor. It's loaded with robotic circuitry and sensors. It can hear, see, feel and autonomously chases the dog around the house avoiding obstacles without any human intervention. For a nightmare come to life, I find it very cute.
kingarthur
And it took how long for King Zor to evolve to the level of Roboraptor? We should all be afraid.

Triggerbaby
In an ideal world, a dinosaur gun would be an awesome gun that shoots out dinosaurs.
Rodents of Unusual Size
I love you, King Zor. ALL HAIL!
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