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Topper Toys  1964 Johnny Seven One Man Army A vintage Topper Toys Johnny Seven One Man Army produced in 1964. The top selling toy of 1964! It was called the One Man Army because the gun has 7 functions. A complete one in the box commands top dollar! The gun was released during the Vietnam War and I guess they were getting Johnny ready for WAR. During this era, many televisions shows had a war theme, such as Combat and others. Topper Toys was a divsion of Deluxe Reading Corporation who only sold toys on the top shelves of grocery stores and drug stores (out of the reach of our grubby little hands) while Topper Toys sold there line in toy stores. I remember bugging the heck out of my parents to get me those toys and most cost a weeks salary. They don't make em like this any more!!!! It would be a Politically Incorrect! Where's OSAMA???
Tags: classic  nostalgia  Deluxe  Topper  Guns  Toys 
Added: 14th August 2007
Views: 5836
Posted By: dezurtdude
Posted by: Steve on 2007-08-14 
I remember playing with this as a kid, but I think a neighbor had it not me or any of my brothers. Thanks for sharing!
Posted by: Naomi on 2007-08-15 
Gee, you could put your eye out with that LOL
Posted by: Dezurtdude on 2007-08-15 
Yes Namoi, one had to be careful with a Johnny Seven! You could put your eye out. This would never be allowed to be on the market today! This rifle is much better than the Red Ryder BB Gun in the movie A Christmas Story! The Johnny Seven would have taken care of those sadistic elves!
Posted by: Izzy on 2019-07-03 
I remember picking up one of those things as a kid. I was little, maybe 5 or 6 and I loved that thing! It's crazy, such a toy would be pulled so fast off of the market since it would glorify guns and violence. I miss the toys from those days. Actually, I miss being a kid! I daydream about it while I work with my business serving clients.
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