Frankenteddy (green and blue feet)

beanie Facts

Beanie Name Frankenteddy (green and blue feet)
Style Number 4562
Exclusivity None
Category Bear
Sub Category NF New Face
Theme Halloween
Birthday 10/31/01
Intro Date 08/29/02
Retired Date 10/24/02
Hang Tag Gen 7,10
Tush Tag Gen 11
Copyright Date 2002
Pellets PE
Origin China
Color green blue multicolored

Poem

It’s Halloween – that scary night
When Jack-O-Lanterns glow with light
Come with us and Trick or Treat
Let’s see how many friends we meet !

Additional Information

The Buddy version has black feet, and a prototype Beanie Baby with black feet was made. The poem is also special. Read the details here:

Interesting facts about Frankenteddy:

Mary Beth’s Beanies & More Magazine ran a Halloween poem competition “Be a Winner” and a Ty Collector called Vickie Russell won it. She was the first collector to have a poem in a hang tag that wasn’t from a Ty employee.  Ty has run other contests since that date.

Here’s Frankenteddy’s poem:

It’s Halloween – that scary night
When Jack-O-Lanterns glow with light
Come with us and Trick or Treat
Let’s see how many friends we meet !

Frankenteddy was produced with 6 different variations of his foot colors.  Before production though, Ty did a prototype of a Frankenteddy with both feet in black.  This particular prototype Ty signed and auctioned it off on Ty.com to raise funds for UNICEF in October 2002.  It raised $17,505. It is detailed in a September/October 2002 SPECIAL HALLOWEEN ISSUE!!! of Mary Beth’s Beanies & more magazine and a photograph of the prototype bear is on the front cover.

Here are the 6 variations available at retail:

Frankenteddy (purple and red feet)
Frankenteddy (purple and green feet)
Frankenteddy (green and blue feet)
Frankenteddy (blue and red feet)
Frankenteddy (blue and purple feet)
Frankenteddy (blue and orange feet)

Click each one to see a photograph of it.

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