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Billy Blastoff and His Robot, Robbie from 1970s
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  • The earlier versions of Billy Blastoff had twin red air tanks (resembling twin scuba tanks), featured a helmet with coordinating red trim and a space suit with a blue belt and suspenders. This early version of Billy Blastoff could power vehicles but could not walk. In 1970 Billy was remolded to better match the spacesuits of the Apollo Astronauts with an all white helmet, a more rectangular beige air supply, restyled space suit and black (as opposed to yellow) gloves. In North America this later version of Billy Blastoff was introduced with the advertising tagline "Eldon's New Billy Blastoff, Now He Walks". Like the earlier version this Billy Blastoff could also power vehicles with the gear at the bottom of the air supply / back pack.

    Eldon also produces some additional Billy Blastoff "spin-off" products including a bubble-blowing plastic pistol called the Billy Blastoff Bubble Popper and the Billy Blastoff board game.

  • Eldon also produces some additional Billy Blastoff "spin-off" products including a bubble-blowing plastic pistol called the Billy Blastoff Bubble Popper and the Billy Blastoff board game.

    The earlier sets came with a small comic book that offered a visual storyline of Billy's adventures and promotions for other Billy Blastoff sets and accessories.

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    He may not have looked as space-ready as Major Matt Mason, but don’t let Billy Blastoff’s cherubic little face fool you. This kid packed the skills and the power for some serious interstellar action. With a battery-powered jet pack on his back, Billy Blastoff was all juiced up and ready to activate the many electric accessories that toymaker Eldon produced for him.

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The earlier versions of Billy Blastoff had twin red air tanks (resembling twin scuba tanks), featured a helmet with coordinating red trim and a space suit with a blue belt and suspenders. This early version of Billy Blastoff could power vehicles but could not walk. In 1970 Billy was remolded to better match the spacesuits of the Apollo Astronauts with an all white helmet, a more rectangular beige air supply, restyled space suit and black (as opposed to yellow) gloves. In North America this later version of Billy Blastoff was introduced with the advertising tagline "Eldon's New Billy Blastoff, Now He Walks". Like the earlier version this Billy Blastoff could also power vehicles with the gear at the bottom of the air supply / back pack.