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You wouldn’t normally associate MICRO MACHINES – the super-tiny little cars that once out-sold both HOT WHEELS and MATCHBOX in the 1980s – with Halloween. In 1990, however, that’s just what toymaker Galoob did, decking out The Micro Machines Man (aka actor John Moschitta Jr.) in his Bela Lugosi-best as DRACULA.

The Halloween-themed commercial was used to promote a line called Micro-Lights, which featured light-up action on the vehicles and their playsets. Watch the commercial below, and remember that ”if it doesn’t say ‘Micro Machines,’ it’s not the real thing!


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