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When a movie features strong language, excessive violence, and adult themes, it tends to get slapped with an R rating, thus preventing minors from seeing the film without being accompanied by an adult. Thus, when kids can't see an R-rated film, you would think that film studios would see no reason to market to this demographic. Yet, over the years, there have been plenty of films prominently featuring blood, gore, and language so salty it would make George Carlin blush, that have received toy lines aimed squarely at youngsters.
Just after midnight over the school holidays last month, three San Francisco police officers responded to a silent alarm indicating that someone had entered a local high school. A few minutes later a year-old high school student lay dying in a darkened hallway, shot by one of the officers, who had seen the youth pointing a gun at him. What the teen-ager was armed with turned out to be a pellet gun that was also a highly realistic reproduction of a.
The Microman line was a series of 3. Unlike other toylines at the time, Microman figures were marketed as being the "actual" size of cyborg beings called "Micros" that hailed from a fictional planet known as "Micro Earth" and disguised themselves as action figures while on planet Earth. The core of the Microman line consisted of 3.
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Toy lines based on movies is a completely regular thing. Any movie with mass appeal will more than likely have action figures modeled after its characters. However, during the '80s and early '90s, toy companies like Kenner took a step away from the traditional fare of children-friendly properties based on all ages films and made figures based on movies for adults.
Sign in. Watch now. Title: Team America: World Police When Cartman and his friends go see an R rated movie, they start cursing and their parents think that Canada is to blame.
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