Thomas Andrews action figure with the kung fu grip


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A few years back I aquired the Thoams Andrews and Molly brown dolls/action figures.
Was there a Bruce Ismay in the series?
 

Inger Sheil

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Why, Tarn? Are you thinking of staging an Andrews vs Ismay: To the Death! battle in the sandpit
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I remember a Captain Smith doll...
 

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Now there's an idea with commercial potential, Inger. "Titanic action figure sets - perform your own battles". Sets could include Lowe and Ismay and of course Molly Brown and Hitchens. Any other suitable pairings?
 
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Too bad there was no Stanley Lord action figure..you could team him up with Rostron to fight Ismay and Andrews..


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Well, if you want to match Lord with somebody, try either Senator Smith and/or Lord Mersey. He didn't have such a good time with either of them.

Or better yet, Senator Smith vs. J.P. Morgan. We know how much they loved each other. <sarc>
 

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Are those the dolls manufactured by Exclusive Toy Products, Inc.? I have the Thomas Andrews and Capt. Smith dolls and would like to add Molly to my collection. I know there was a J.J. Astor doll as well. Yes, I know it's currently on Ebay, and if you all don't mind, I'd like to keep the bids at bay and maybe snatch it up myself. The kids love dolls, and it enables me to tell the real story about Col. Astor when they have a visual to keep them focused.

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You have to have a 'Smith vs Ismay' slugfest to see who wins and gets to captain the Titanic! The tagline: Captain Smith and Bruce Ismay square off to see who actually gets to command Titanic to her destination! Sorry that was tasteless but I could not resist.
 
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I hope you get it Kyrila. I know it would be very helpful to your project. I sure do admire your dedication and I am so proud of what you are doing. Keep up the good work!!
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Prepare to be appalled!

Collectibles Online has a Titanic section. To see pictures of the Thomas Andrews, Capt. Smith, and Jack Phillips dolls go to:

http://www.collectibleonline.com/titanic_dolls.htm

Even worse is The Leviathan Studios Custom Action Figure Collection which includes a Thomas Andrews made from a Miles O'Brien figure [from Star Trek: Deep Space 9]. He's not wearing a Starfleet uniform, of course! He's wearing:

>Costume is the shirt, pants, and cummerbund from an Exclusive Premiere "George Burns" "Happy 95th Birthday" figure, with
>the Morning Coat from Exclusive Premiere's "Grandpa Munster."

To see a picture go to:

http://www.leviathanstudios.com/figures/andrews/

I can't believe people make, sell, or buy this awful stuff!

Best wishes,

Cathy
 

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Actually not a bad likeness to the actor who played Andrews in Cameron's epic. The costume, however, is clearly left over from The Incredible Shrinking Man
 
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Ah, yes - the E.J. Smith inaction figure. They could do Stanley Lord, too!
 

Kyrila Scully

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Sha-Zamm! The prices they are asking for those dolls! Glad I got the cheaper ones, even though their costumes are like the "incredible shrinking man" as well, but at least it was peanuts compared to these prices. The faces on mine look more like the historic person, too.

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Was there ever a "Rose" version of a Barbie doll? Barbie seems to be emulating so many famous figures and movie characters nowadays.
 
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