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Bif Bang Pow! The Twilight Zone Bobble Head Mystic Seer


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  • Look into the future... with the Mystic Seer! From the The Twilight Zone episode 'Nick of Time.' This bobble head includes fortune-telling cards!
  • Wouldn't this look great on top of your TV set? 'The hand belongs to Mr. Don S. Carter, male member of a honeymoon team on route across the Ohio countryside to New York City. In one moment, they will be subjected to a gift most humans never receive in a lifetime.
  • For one penny, they will be able to look into the future. The time is now, the place is a little diner in Ridgeview, Ohio, and what this young couple doesn't realize is that this town happens to lie on the outskirts of the Twilight Zone.'
  • Based on the classic The Twilight Zone episode 'Nick of Time' that starred William Shatner, this terrific Mystic Seer Bobble Head measures about 6 1/2-inches tall x 3-inches wide x 2 1/4-inches deep, and it even includes fortune-telling cards as part of the packaging. Wouldn't this look great on top of your TV set? Note: This item is a bobble head; it is not a full-size working replica of the Mystic Seer.
  • 'You're traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That's the signpost up ahead.

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'The hand belongs to Mr. Don S. Carter, male member of a honeymoon team on route across the Ohio countryside to New York City. In one moment, they will be subjected to a gift most humans never receive in a lifetime. For one penny, they will be able to look into the future. The time is now, the place is a little diner in Ridgeview, Ohio, and what this young couple doesn't realize is that this town happens to lie on the outskirts of the Twilight Zone.' Based on the classic The Twilight Zone episode 'Nick of Time' that starred William Shatner, this terrific Mystic Seer Bobble Head measures about 6 1/2-inches tall x 3-inches wide x 2 1/4-inches deep, and it even includes fortune-telling cards as part of the packaging. Wouldn't this look great on top of your TV set?

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 3.5 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B00269PU2G
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #195,398 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
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3.7 out of 5 stars

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Richard Masloski on March 11, 2010
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I just got this unique, nostalgic curiosity only a month or so ago - but am amazed to see it no longer available, unless it was such a popular item it just sold out and more must be manufactured. I don't know...

What I do know is that I love it! It is a very accurate (though much smaller) reproduction of the original as featured in the classic TZ episode. However, at first thought, I was disappointed that it was not the size of the original and that it was NOT functional.

Then I thought more about it. If it were functional, and held the cards that the Mystic Seer pops out at you for a penny apiece, well, I might end up like the Shatner character and NEVER want to leave the damn thing - and I might end up going through my entire penny jar, too!

So...I have revised my first impression and am delighted with the desk-top size and authenticity of the reproduction - and love the fact that a bunch of Mystic Seer cards set in the exact same typographical font as shown in the episode accompany this now mysteriously, devilishly unavailable item.

I am glad I have it - as everyone needs a Mystic Seer! Life just wouldn't be the same without it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Alan D. Bazin on January 21, 2013
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While I enjoy this purchase visually, it is hard for me to overlook that it is a somewhat inaccurate and unsatisfying toy mock up version of the original Twilight Zone prop. While this can more or less be discerned by examining the image of the product on the Amazon profile, the size and overall effect can't really be appreciated or criticized unless you compare it to the prop in "Nick of Time." As I bought the book "Dimensions Behind the Twilight Zone" around the same time I was then able to compare an excellent on set photo of the prop with this product. First, the original was a custom made napkin holder based on an actual machine that was prevalent in diners during the 50s that featured a Swami, not a devil. The actual napkin holder part of that prop is about four times the size of the napkin holder recreation, making the devil head, which appears to be in proper scale, completely out of scale with the holder as seen in TZ. In fact, you'd have a hard time discerning the base as a napkin holder at all, despite the design being fairly accurate. It made me realize that this would be far superior if it was an actual napkin holder with the devil head on top, as it is in TZ, instead of the mock up base this product has. It also includes mock ups of the Mystic Seer tickets with the responses on them, but bizarrely, these tickets have no way of being used in any way with the model. You cannot insert them anywhere, and even the lever one would pull to get the tickets to emerge is immobile. So, what would one do with the tickets? Well, nothing. I guess let them sit somewhere nearby, but that's about it. On the plus side, the devil head is well constructed and looks very good.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dinubabear VINE VOICE on July 15, 2013
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This Twighlight Zone memorilibilia comes in a firm plastic 2 sided shell inside a box that does not allow the figure to move. So the item I received from International Coffee & Books came in perfect contition. It is slightly wider and shorter than a dollar bill (and obvioulsy thicker) and the bobble head was firmly attached to the spring. The 2 sets of fortune cards are preforated and flimsy, and something I hope to carefully separate and laminate. The device has no openings (though the penny slot is too small for coins) and the fake napkins are the same color grey as the napkin holder.

All that being said, it looks great on the top shelf over my Twilight Zone DVDs and many have commented on it. I am pleased with this purchase.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bunny S. on December 9, 2013
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First, it came too late for the first party I wanted to use it for (I teach Special Education). The seller reimbursed me the extra shipping I paid for. Then, I was shocked that it is a solid one piece, it does not accept coins or dispense fortunes. I accepted that and then the next party I made a game that the teen had to bop the top of the head to get the fortune. And it broke off the base! The boy was actually pretty gentle with it. Very disappointing purchase and it looked so very cool! Get it if you want it for a display, it cannot handle more than that.
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i read the reviews before buying this and was aware that some had broken necks due to how it was packaged. i took the chance and bought one, and low and behold, my bobblehead had a broken neck. rather than going through the hassle of returning and getting another broken one, i just fixed it with epoxy. i do enjoy the bobblehead and the same handful of cards that come along with it. like everyone mentions, it is nonfunctional. the cards are business size. overall a fun thing to have.
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For around twenty bucks don't expect a fully functional machine. From my favorite episode of that season I have always been obssesed with this prop.

Not sure why its proposed as a toy, because its more of a display peice with bobble head function. Got one as a gift, now I'm getting one for my self for my desk at work.

Nice and solid. Superb detail and for those not familiar with it its down right creepy.
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