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Ghostbusters Talking Plush Keychain Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man

£9.99

“What did you think of Ray?” Well, he was thinking how good this Ghostbusters Talking Plush Keychain is, featuring the infamous Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man. Yes, you read that right….it talks!

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“What did you think of Ray?” Well, he was thinking how good this Ghostbusters Talking Plush Keychain is featuring the infamous Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man. Yes, you read that right….it talks!

From Underground Toys, talking plush keychain approx. 10 cm tall.

The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man (also known as Mr. Stay Puft or nicknamed ‘Tubby Soft-Squeeze’ by Ray and Peter) was the final enemy of the Ghostbusters in the first film. He was the chosen Destructor Form of Gozer, when Ray let the idea of a company logo “just pop in there”.

The Ghostbusters were told by Gozer to choose the form of their destructor, and Ray Stantz “chose” him as the form. All the other guys claimed they had emptied their minds, but Ray said he tried to think of something that could never harm them. As a child, Ray used to roast Stay Puft Marshmallows on the fire at Camp Waconda. The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man was simply the mascot for the Stay Puft brand. His accidental choice resulted in Gozer being manifested in the form of a 100-foot tall homicidal marshmallow man bent on destroying the Ghostbusters, New York, and the world.

Stay Puft passed through Columbus Circle towards the Shandor Building and sent tons on civilians into a panic. He stepped on a church next door before trying to scale 550 Central Park West. After the Ghostbusters tried to blast him with their Proton Packs, Stay Puft caught on fire and nearly roasted the Ghostbusters. He climbed up the building. The guys then decided to Cross the Streams onto the Temple of Gozer to transfer the particle flow through the gateway. Stay Puft reached the top and narrowly missed grabbing the Ghostbusters. He watched in horror as the Ghostbusters crossed the streams into the temple. The Temple of Gozer, part of the building, and Stay Puft blew up. Marshmallow residue rained down all over the street, hitting thousands of citizens, with one glob landing straight on Walter Peck.

In the animated series, The Real Ghostbusters, after his apparent destruction as Gozer’s chosen form, Stay Puft became a good guy (and could speak) and made a few appearances in the animated series (even though being evil in the non-canon pilot). He was in the intro of the first season, he was dreamed up by a sleeping little boy, and he helped the Ghostbusters fight evil ghosts occasionally. Stay Puft was eventually dropped in later seasons. He never appeared on Extreme Ghostbusters.

It should probably be noted that the animated series was either unaware or chose to ignore the fact that the Marshmallow Man was a manifestation of Gozer. The series seemed to treat them as separate beings.

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