In this ad for Mattel's Power Glove, a teenager walks into a large, nearly empty room, weraing the Power Glove. He stops in front of a large television screen and prepares to test out to Glove on a NES that just happens to be right there. As he's plugging it in, a voice proudly proclaims, "The Power Glove, for your NES. Now you and the games are one."We then observe him using the glove to play 1943, a game that most likely became Super Glove Ball, and Punch-Out. Satisfied, he leaves the scene and the annoucer says,"The Power Glove. Everything else is child's play."
|That's not the Michael Jackson glove; that's the Power Glove he's wearing.||Yet another giant screen TV. How do these things keep popping up?||Look at all the neat buttons.|
|"Watch. I can fly that plane with one hand."||Bald Bull is no match for the Power Glove.||"Is this awesome, or what?"|
|Like the ad says, this ain't child's play.|
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