1964 AGENT ZERO M Infrared Mattel Spy Glasses

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 08, 2011
  • Channel: Auction House

1964 AGENT ZERO M Infrared Mattel Spy Glasses
Description The Mattel line of Agent ZERO toys was inspired by the 1960s spy craze ignited by the James Bond Films and TV shows like Man from UNCLE. In the mid 1960s, Multiple Toymakers/Multiple Plastics Corporation (MPC) came out with James Bond's attache case from From Russia With Love. (we currently have that item posted in another ebay auction!!!). Topper Toys replied with a copy called "Secret Sam" that featured a toy gun that fired plastic bullets through the attache case and had a working camera that outsold 007's kit. MPC toys replied with a "B.A.R.K" - "Bond Assault and Raider Kit" an attache case that opened up to display a firing mortar and a rocket shooting pistol. MPC also provided a "Bond-O-Matic" water pistol. Bond's television competition, The Man From UNCLE, had their pistol with attachments that turned it into a rifle made by both the Ideal Toy Company in the US and the Lone Star Toys company in the United Kingdom. Mattel came out with a series of "Zero-M" secret agent weapons such as a camera turning into a pistol and a radio turning into a rifle demonstrated by a juvenile Agent Zero M played by Kurt Russell.

This classic toy collectible pair of infrared spy glasses was produced in 1964 and is in great condition. Sized to fit a 7-12 year old child. Great

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