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Aloha kakou means
"Welcome to all" while just the word Aloha
in the Hawaiian language means affection,
love, compassion, mercy, goodbye,
and hello, among other sentiments of a
similar nature. Kiko (GS4715),
our Hawaiian Boy (left) has just been reprimanded
by his teacher who explains that "buzz
off" is not one of those sentiments. His
good friend Kalo (GS4716), our
Hawaiian Girl (near left) says that she didn't
tell Kiko that and she doesn't know where he gets
these ideas. Both are 28 inches tall and come
with a detachable arm rod. Click on either image
for a more detailed view.
Debating the issue of whether
Huntington Beach or Santa Cruz is the rightful
"Suft City" we have on the left "Moondoggie"
Mario (GS4713) from Doylestown
Pennsylvania and on the right we have "Gidget"
Gladys (GS4714) from Elk Falls, Kansas.
Our Surfer Dude (and Dudess) are both 28 inches
tall and come with detachable arm rods. Click on
either image for a more detailed view.
OUR FRATERNAL TWINS
(GS2501) and Chelsea (GS2511)
have sculptured faces and expressive eyes... and
beautifully tailored outfits which are removable.
With detachable arm rods, these 28 inch tall
puppets are perfect for ventriloquist use.
(GS2502) and Melissa (GS2512)
also have sculptured faces, but they are wearing
very cool sun glasses. The removable outfits are
beautifully tailored and they come with
detachable arms rods. These puppets are 28 inches
(GS4572) on the left... don't mind her
if she seems a bit intense... she has her hands
full just trying to get her twin brother Raul
(GS4562) to sit still for the
photograph. Each is 28 inches tall and comes with
an arm control rod.
OUR HISPANIC TWINS AGAIN...?
Actually, it is
indeed Linda and Raul again but this time Each
te Ama' embroidered in red
across the bib of their overalls. To order them
in these outfits please specify Linda
(GS4573) and Raul (GS4563).
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