This is just the type of toy I would have been able to convince my mother to buy for me if we had been wandering through our local 5 and 10/toy store back in the 1960s. I am sure though that by the time I got it home, I would have shredded the vinyl cape and torn the mask. It is amazing that any of these sets survived in any form.
The fact that people can still sell these in its original package is nearly shocking.
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