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    Any french GI Joes...

    Not Figures from France, but charaters whos origin is France.. and not like Gung HO from Louisiana.. I mean from FRANCE........

    NO "white flag accessory" jokes either, please

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    Not trying to be smart, but what's the difference between from and origins in?

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    i saw a dio once where there was a cobra soldier running away from battle screaming in french, does that count?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RocketJawa
    Not Figures from France, but charaters whos origin is France.. and not like Gung HO from Louisiana.. I mean from FRANCE........

    NO "white flag accessory" jokes either, please

    That pretty much entirely rules out Cobra...I'm too lazy to check, but is Major Bludd possibly from France?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron
    Not trying to be smart, but what's the difference between from and origins in?
    Like, say for example born in France. . .but lives/operates in the US.

    You could ask someone on the board with alot of Action Force knowledge (if that counts), that's as much as I can give you.

    The only other character I know of who's even possibly. . .remotely connected to France would be Zartan (see v.1 filecard).

    -PJ

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    when i said "from" I meant a toy that was from france: ie: sold in France, french packaging, etc...

    Origin meaning the character the toy is supposed to be.... Like the character was born in france

    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron
    Not trying to be smart, but what's the difference between from and origins in?

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    Red face

    Quote Originally Posted by Arashikage_Tengu
    I've always thought Dial-Tone looks French. The whole mustache style and beret thing gives him that look.
    But he's Italian-American, so there!
    Whatever doesn't make me stronger only kills me

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    Well in europe Sci-Fi v1 was introduced as french - his filecard wrote; birthplace - Lyon, France

    are you happy now?

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    The closest would be Backstop who is French Canadian:
    http://yojoe.com/filecard/87/backstop.shtml

    And then there's Zartan:
    http://yojoe.com/filecard/01/zartan3.shtml

    Its important though to remember that any figure made between 1997 and 2001 (including wave 5 RAHC 2002) do not officially belong to the 80s series GI Joes or the new RAH II series.

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