Series: Six (1987)
Crazylegs was first released as part of the sixth series (1987). He was also available in 1988 and was discontinued in 1989.
Crazylegs came with a tan parachute backpack, a black EM-4 assault rifle, and a black stock (that attached to the rifle).
The parachute harness was not a backpack, but instead was wrapped around the figure's legs and back. Instructions for the parachute harness were printed on the cardback behind the action figure.
Birthplace: Ft. Dodge, Iowa
Primary Specialty: Infantry
Secondary Specialty: Parachute Rigger
Crazylegs could have been the greatest organist in the world if his fingers hadn't been too short. The Airborne Rangers don't care how perfectly you can play Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, they're only concerned with your willingness to jump out of a helicopter into a hot LZ* with nothing but a rifle, a couple of grenades and the best wishes of your commanding officer. Crazylegs is of course, Airborne Ranger qualified and has been cross-trained as a forward artillery observer.
"We can be storming a hardened position, right into the teeth of an enfilade-green tracer so thick in the air you can smell the magnesium, AP* mines going off with intersecting cones of fire, bouncing bettys...The works! Crazylegs comes ducking and weaving through all this with a weird light in his eyes and humming a selection from Johann Sebastian Bach!"
No variations of Crazylegs (v1) are known to exist.
Crazyleg's body is completely original - all new body parts.
Crazylegs's entire body and mold were re-used for the 1988 Night Force Crazylegs.
In Argentina, Crazylegs was released as Alado.
In India in 1993, Funskool released Crazylegs with a differently colored parachute.
Funskool also used Crazylegs' head for their exclusive Skydiver figure.
Reference InformationThe below information contains information about references to various collector's guides, Hasbro references, original retail prices, and other reference material related to Crazylegs (v1).
Original Retail: $2.43
Hasbro Product: 6475
RAHC/Rank & File: n/a
Lee's Guide: GIJ-87002
Desimone Guide: #144
Tomart's Guide: #GI5725
The Ultimate Guide: Pg. 81 (1st Ed.), Pg. 132 (2nd Ed.)
Action Figure Archive Guide: n/a