Three Headed Dragon Puppet


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As anyone with a sibling knows, brothers and sisters sometimes don’t get along! How much harder would it be if you were attached, and could breathe fire? Find out with this Three-Headed Dragon puppet. Just slip your hand inside from underneath to animate

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Dimensions:3" H × 4" W × 8" LShipping weight:0.25 lbs.Warranty:Workable mouthsUPC:638348023872

Appropriate for ages: 3 - 5

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Customer Reviews of Three Headed Dragon Puppet


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic dragon! My daughter fell in love with this in the store - I thought it was just a brief attraction so didn't want to buy it. She then proceeded to draw the dragon in great detail so she would not forget how cool it was! I bought it for her birthday and she was/is absolutely delighted with it. Lots of fun with friends and grandparents. The level of detail is great - you can articulate each head individually if you want, or just one or two (seems to be her preference as an 8 year old). It's a gorgeous dragon and she loves just looking at it - great colours and detail.
Date published: 2014-11-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Who wouldn't like a three headed dragon? I had to try this one on before I decided I liked it (mind you I always try them before I buy them). I didn't think you could operate three heads fluidly enough to work, but they didn't do a bad job. Heads and arms at the same time is fun, you can't do it on most puppets, but this one has them close enough together for it to work. What surprised me was that with the one-finger-per-head operation, I could actually get the mouth/s I wanted to open and close independently (more by changing the angle of the head than operating the jaw)without too much trouble. It's not a beautiful puppet, but it's a three headed dragon, small enough to battle plastic knights, large enough to battle the Folkmanis Knight (one of their fancier puppets), and as operable as you could hope for. A good child's toy.
Date published: 2006-10-14