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There are hundreds of thousands of icons throughout the world that represent many different things Nachbar and Lause 171 GI-Joe is an icon that is sort of out dated now but represented several things about the United States and the people that lived it The twelve inch GI-Joe was released by Hasbro Toys in 1964 as the first ever action figure It thrived for twelve years changing from one soldier to several members of every different military serviceSon He represented as the song goes The real American hero He was a young adult male army doll dressed in camouflage He was also a role model for many children He represented aggression strictness and responsibility This doll soon became very popular as the years went by He became the favorite thing for children to watch on television for several years There is also one more thing this doll could have done but cannot be proved This doll may have helped the United States government out by inspiring little boys to join the army Burlingame This doll became a very powerful icon that represented many things This doll was a very important turning point in the history of toys Hasbro Toys released this doll in 1964 It was basically the Barbie Doll for boys It was the first ever doll to be mass-produced for younger boys The doll stood at exactly eleven and half inches Or one sixteenth full size When it first came out it sold for 2995 In 1978 the eleven and a half inch line was canceled In 1980 Hasbro brought the doll back in a three and three fourths inch size This line of dolls became very popular also When the doll was first released in 1964 it had a very popular saying to go along with it GI-Joe the real American hero was spread all over the United States as the saying for this popular doll It did a very good
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