Teddy Ruxpin Is Back From the ’80s to Haunt You in a Whole New Century

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If you were a child of the ’80s, it’s likely you played with a stuffed animal called Teddy Ruxpin. The first of his kind, Ruxpin was an animatronic bear with motorized facial features and a cassette player embedded in his stomach. If this sounds creepy, that’s because it kind of was. But for all his shortcomings, he was beloved by many a Gen-Xer. Which is why he’s been revamped for the 21st century (and, of course, the children of said nostalgic Gen-Xers).

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Teddy Ruxpin Is Back From the ’80s