Toys of the Eighties, Barnyard Commandos
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These were little plastic army-dressed pigs whose ammunition were items such as corn cobs. Very creative

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colin - April 06, 2007 - Report this comment
I still have a bunch of these. I think it was the pig versus the sheep and they all had rocket launchers and helmets and jetpacks and stuff, i loved those things
zim - May 19, 2009 - Report this comment
Hey , I'm looking for these toys, anybody have a set I can buy ?my kid saw an old vhs and now is begging for them . if you have any your willing to part with.
Jeremy H - September 16, 2009 - Report this comment
I had some of these too, they were so weird but they was awesome.
Amber - April 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Oh man, I looooved these guys!!! I would play wars in the backyard with them. Very creative indeed, not lame like superheros lolol!!
I'wilo - June 14, 2010 - Report this comment
Omg,yeah! It was pigs vs. sheep and you would get this insert booklet teaching you pig latin to command them haha. And there was some nonsense language for the sheep too, where you added some stupid syllable at the end of each word, maybe?
lawl - October 10, 2010 - Report this comment
zomg I remember these. I had the one in the picture, but wanted one of the sheep/rams instead. Haha. omg.
Rob Lambert - June 24, 2017 - Report this comment
The cartoon series "Barnyard Commandos" had a very short run in syndication in 1989. The TV networks, cable networks and local stations took a touchy-feely attitude toward it, afraid that kids watching it will become more aggressive or violent. The cartoons were produced in Europe, and no one of stature did the character voice work. Since 1968, the mainstream TV networks have been under pressure to minimize simulated acts of physical violence, via fist, gun or blade, in children's programming, especially Saturday morning cartoons.

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