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Marx started producing action figures in 1964, starting with "Stony Smith". They continued making them until 1975, when they released their last action figure, "Jed Gibson" - one of the most sought after action figures today. What did Marx produce during their glory days that remain so hot to this day? More than 40 years after the first Marx action figures were released, what are collectors looking for at toy shows, flea markets, antique malls, eBay, and wherever else vintage toys can be found?

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