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Teddy Ruxpin Gets a Second Comeback, Now With Animated Eyes

Teddy Ruxpin was one of the most successful early robot buddies of his day. Well, he wasn’t full-on robot, but he had a moving mouth he could use to tell stories played from a cassette tape player on his backside. But, technology changes with the times. In 2006, Teddy got a technical upgrade with cartridges instead of tapes, but unsurprisingly, trying to sell proprietary cartridges that would only work with Teddy didn’t go over well.
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