produced a significant number of "Chicken Run"
figures and collectibles which will all be indexed in
Six-inch action figures
There were 7 to collect in all, including two different
versions of Rocky. However, no individual Tweedy figures
were produced, probably because of the disparity of
But that meant kids buying these things to play with had
no "nemesis" or "bad guy" for the chickens
to take on...
(with Spy Scope)
Rocky (with Grappling Hook)
(with Tunnel Digger)
(with Yarn Shooting Bellows)
(with Escape Stilts)
(with Flying Wings)
(with Automatic Digging Spoon)
There were three vehicular creations also available.
None of these machines featured in the film, of
The Pie-Throwing Machine is the most interesting because
(fanfare, please) it included a much-desired Mr Tweedy
figure and hence allowed folks to incorporate a "nemesis"
into their games. But frustratingly, that self-same
Machine appeared to have been imported in smaller
numbers than the other machines - D'oh!
Flying Machine (with Rocky)
Ginger's Chickenpult (with
Pie-Throwing Machine (with Mr Tweedy)
Talking Collectible Clip-ons
These were terrific egg-shaped clip-ons. Press the side
button and you got one of a handful of original phrases
the movie. There were 5 to collect...
This was a spectacular Rocky Room Guard standing some
15" high. When Mr Rhodes was activated his wings moved,
eyes blinked and his tail feathers ruffled as he "spoke"
one of a dozen phrases. It was Mel's voice too - none
of that pseudo-voice stuff. Oh, and the motion detector
could pick up an "intruder" from over 10 feet away.
These sneaked in to the uk on import late in the movie's
and a whole lot seemed to go straight to Poundstretcher and
other bargain stores - but what a bargain, for £14.99
under - less than half its official retail price!