Searching – 80′s 90′s PIG CANDY DISPENSER in TUMMY

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80's? 90's? Plush Pig Candy DispenserI am looking for a Plush Pig I had about the late 80′s or early 90′s. It might be a Dreamworks Candy company toy. Its belly was a candy dispenser, so you could store candy in the pig’s tummy. The stomach rolled up and down in order to dispense the candy. We filled it with Skittles.

My daughter called it Piggy Belly. This was her most favorite toy, and I have been searching for another one for years.

If anyone can help, please let me know. I would really like to get her another one, so she can share it with her 4 children.

Thanks,

Leda

If you can help Leda find this 80′s? 90′s? Plush Pig Candy Dispenser, CONTACT US, including the POST CODE #18824, but if possible – PLEASE USE THE COMMENT BOX.

Searching for a toy – Originally posted Monday – 05/09/2011

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Posted May 9, 2011

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Searching – 80′s 90′s PIG CANDY DISPENSER in TUMMY — 10 Comments

  1. I would like to find this toy as well for my niece. I’ve been searching the internet and found this site with the toy that I remember having. If you did find one, could you let me know where you found it. Thanks!

  2. I am also looking for this pig. I have no doubt that you are talking about the same one I am searching for. Someone please contact me if you know the manufacturer/name/or how to obtain one. Thank you.

  3. It was manufactured by Dreamwork Toys who have gone out of business. This is going to be a hard one to find, but I am still looking.

  4. If you would ever like to part with him please let me know. I have been looking for this one forever.

  5. I also used to have this pig when I was small and LOVED it…I wish I still had it, but I suspect that my parents must have gotten rid of it at some point in time.

    I’d also love to acquire another, if anyone can find one or bear to part with one that is still in good condition.

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