Let's face it, there are stacks of products out there,
waiting for me to index and I'll get to most of 'em,
For now, though, you'll just have to be patient
this round-up of happenings in the giddy world
"Chicken Run" licensing...
St Michael produced bedclothes and underwear -
slippers were fun. Plus there was a range of sweets
cakes in a special "Ministry of Yummy" range,
sweety tins with plastic figures
on top, and - "Chocs away!" - flat-pack chocolate
selections. The range-topper was a CR birthday cake...
Their fine stationary range included a selection
greetings cards, tags, clip files, and wrapping
The Hut offered up one of 4 special "Poultry
softballs with every kids' meal. The eggs jiggle and
when you pull the cord. B-z-z-z-z.....
BREWSTERS & BREWERS FAYRE
In 2000, the pub food chain featured three different
"Chicken Run" figures as part of a children's
These Rocky, Ginger, and Bunty models looked suspiciously
like they'd made their way over from the Vivid
range - but, hey, they were still worth collecting,
BHS - BRITISH HOMESTORES
Collectors were steered towards their fab "Cracking
Clothing Co." range of exclusive W&G adult
They expanded it to include CR and they offered a big
red Ginger dressing gown, plus CR pyjamas, a nightshirt
and matching slippers - all top quality
and almost too
good to wear...
Why not check out the goods at Aardman's official
online store? You can still view and buy a fair
at the Aardmarket..
Oh, and just before I sign off, that there "Chicken
biscuit featured at the top of this page was a
very edible purchase available from the delicatessen
at Tesco's during that "Chicken" summer
- I'll scan
Chicken Run products
escape from Toonhound!"