Mario Products

Mario Plush Doll - One of the first Mario toys, and also one of the weirdest. This Acme Co. Doll from 1988 is pretty accurate in it's color scheme (except for the black shoes) and it kinda looks like Mario, but the proportions seem way off. His ears are too big, his hat is too small (leaving way too much hair sticking out) and the mustache is all over the place. It still serves it's purpose of being a Mario doll quite well, and is very soft and squeezable. A good one for the little kids. I've only seen two of these ever, so I can't imagine they were widely produced. They may be worth something to a doll collector. Check your consignment shops.
Other Mario dolls:
Acme Plush #2: Another Acme Mario doll, this one a smaller hat, bigger mouth, and some other minor differences.
Big Mario cloth doll: Head, hands, and feet are made of a sort of squishy plastic. Real cloth clothing. Big nose and big stomach, just like the real Mario. Also without hat.
SMB3 Racoon Mario doll: A big, plush, SMB3 racoon Mario. Pretty ugly if you ask me.
Mario holding a star: From Japan, a cute little beanbag Mario with HUGE eyes.
Mario Stress Doll: Let out your aggressions on this squeezable plumber.
Raccoon Mario Doll: An Acme doll that features our plumber friend with a raccoon tail.
Talking Mario Doll: Says 'Mama Mia' among other things.
Luigi Doll: Same as the Acme Mario... but green. One of very very Luigi-only products.


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