2004 Corgi TV, Film & Cartoon catalogue, UK.

This. Catalogue. Is. Quite. Simply. Awesome!

As is so often the case with Corgi Toys, they produce the most beautiful product catalogues on the market. This 2004 TV, Film & Cartoon catalogue is no exception – 24 pages, A4, of wonderfully-presented pop-culture toy photography. Enjoy πŸ™‚

Thunderbirds

Mr Bean

Doctor Who
Batman
James Bond, 007
The Blues Brothers, Scooby-Doo, The Beatles

Bullitt, Knight Rider, Back to the Future

The Italian Job
Red Dwarf

The Persuaders, Smokey & the Bandit, Only Fools and Horses, Last of the Summer Wine, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Inspector Morse, Heartbeat
Charlie’s Angels, The A-Team, The Dukes of Hazzard
Back cover

As always, thanks for looking πŸ™‚

9 thoughts on “2004 Corgi TV, Film & Cartoon catalogue, UK.

  1. Great images from this corgi catalogue, especially like the Doctor Who pictures, and the ones of the Batman vehicles. Really nice retro vibe to some of those bat-vehicles. These catalogues are always such fun to see πŸ™‚

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  2. Hi TVTA, thanks for another fabulous collection of pages! As I am a fan of all things aviation I was drawn to the 007 James Bond collection and the famous Autogyro called “Little Nellie”. I actually had the privilege of meeting it’s creator Ken Wallis and look at Nellie herself at an airshow! Mr Wallis was such a humble gentleman, but with the fantastic claim that he was Sean Connery’s stunt body double. (Though he did suffer for it as he had to wear a short sleeved shirt as he flew Nellie over the volcano/hideout in You Only Live Twice).

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    • Hi FT. It’s a brilliant catalogue full of so many goodies! That’s cool you got to meet the creator of Little Nellie and see the machine itself. Hard to think of another film/series that can beat James Bond for such amazing vehicles. My favourites from the catalogue are the Lotus Esprit Underwater, Lotus Turbo, and the Aston Martin DB5.

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      • Hi TVTA, it was an honour meeting Mr Wallis. But back to the toys, I own a Bond DB5 as I mentioned before but I am beginning to like the DB9 and Jaguar cars now which is strange as I wasn’t that impressed with them in the film at first (they were a little close to being over the top).

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    • Bet the McQueen Bullitt street art was cool! Yes, I think kids still play with real toys + have their screens. Looking at the toy products that continue to come year after year from companies like Playmobil, Lego, Hasbro and the like, I don’t think we should worry. I think there’ll always be a very natural instinct for kids to want to play with real toys.

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