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Television Characters
Mr. Bill / Saturday Night Live

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Classic Television Collectibles - Saturday Night Live Mister Bill Oh Noooo! Pinback Button
MrBill15 $5.00

Mr. Bill "Oh Noooo!" Pinback Button
Metal - Large 2 1/4" Diameter

Condition: Brand New
Cartoon Collectibles - Saturday Night Live Mister Bill for President Pinback Button
MrBill14 $5.00

Mr. Bill for President Pinback Button
Metal - Large 2 1/4" Diameter

Condition: Brand New
Mister Bill, Saturday Night Live - Ooh No! It's Mr. Bill Talking Stuffed Plush
Mrbill13 $10.00

Mr. Bill 10"H Soft TALKING Plush
Says "Oh Noooooooo!"
NOT Recommended For Children

2018

Condition: Mint on Card
Mister Bill, Saturday Night Live - Ooh No! It's Mr. Bill, Cloth Lanyard
Mister Bill, Saturday Night Live - Ooh No! It's Mr. Bill, Cloth Lanyard
Mrbill11 $5.00

Mr. Bill Cloth Lanyard with Metal Ring & Clip
Great for ID Cards, Keys, etc.

Condition: Mint in Package
Mister Bill, Saturday Night Live - Ooh No! It's Mr. Bill Ceramic Coffee Mug
Mrbill12 $10.00

Mr. Bill Ceramic Mug
Printed on Both Sides
NJ Croce

Condition: Brand New
Mister Bill, Saturday Night Live - Ooh No! It's Mr. Bill Bendy Figure
Mrbill8 $8.00

Mr. Bill 5 1/2"H Bendable Figure

Condition: Mint in Box
Mister Bill, Saturday Night Live - Ooh No! It's Mr. Bill Bobble Head Nodder Doll
Mrbill6 $20.00

Mr. Bill 7"H Wacky Wobbler Bobblehead Doll

2003 Funko

Condition: Mint in Box
Mister Bill, Saturday Night Live - Ooh No! It's Mr. Bill Bendy Figural Keychain Keyring
Mrbill9 $6.00

Mr. Bill 3"H Bendable Figural Keychain

Condition: Mint on Card
Mr. Bill is a clay figurine star of a parody of children's clay animation shows created by Walter Williams in 1974. "The Mr. Bill Show" got its start on Saturday Night Live as a series of Super 8 films sent in in response to the show's request for home movies during the first season. Mr. Bill's first appearance occurred on the February 28, 1976, episode. After five submitted films, Williams became a full-time writer for the show in 1978 and wrote more than 20 sketches based on Mr. Bill. Each Mr. Bill episode started innocently but quickly turned dangerous for Mr. Bill and his dog Spot. He would suffer various indignities inflicted by "Mr. Hands", a man seen only as a pair of hands (originally performed by Vance DeGeneres).
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