Kung Fu Playset (Multiple Toymakers, 1975)

Multiple Kung Fu 1975-1

Multiple Kung Fu 1975-2

Multiple Kung Fu 1975-3

Multiple Kung Fu 1975-4

Multiple is going after Mattel’s Big Jim Kung Fu Studio (1974), seen below via Mrs Hoffy/Flickr. Both packages get an A+ in eye appeal. Who doesn’t love orange, yellow, fuchsia, and red?

Big Jim 1974

3 Responses to “Kung Fu Playset (Multiple Toymakers, 1975)”


  1. 1 narvo February 24, 2015 at 8:46 pm

    Classic. I can only guess that the whole western theme, even down to the miscellaneous wagon wheels that “complete” the frontier building, rides on the popularity/presence of David Carradine’s Kung Fu series. Man I used to watch that religiously back in the day.

  2. 3 Duncan Pohl December 11, 2015 at 3:34 am

    Have you discovered/have any further information about Miner Industries? I just acquired a Transogram Giant Chess set and on the box it says Transogram was a subsidiary of Miner Industries. However, the information I have is that Transogram was purchased by Marx Toys in 1971. Do you know if Miner Industries became owned by Marx Toys at some point in time and perhaps placed Transogram under its ‘umbrella’ after Transogram was purchased? Or is it possible Marx Toys resold Transogram to Miner Industries? I can find no history of where all three may have crossed paths but judging by the info on the box I just referred to it would appear that they did, I just don’t know how. Thanks.

    Duncan


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