I've seen plenty of football & baseball players, but no cheerleaders. 

Oh, one other: what about a lady reading a book? I've seen a Plasticville lady reading a newspaper, and a very old (and large - 1/32?) lead figure of a Victorian lady reading (while a Brit Sailor leans over her shoulder), but nothing in 0.

I'm adding figures of friends to the layout for them to spot.

"You have to grow old. You don't have to grow up". Ray Bradbury

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Checkout heroclix #006 electra and heroclix #034 electra; I have used these with cheap pompoms that were sold at the dollar store in bags of maybe 24 or so (red, green, and white, about 5/8" diameter) with the holiday craft stuff around Christmas time. Trollandtoad.com and coolstuff.com sell a good variety of heroclix. The heroclix fiqures are inexpensive.

artyoung posted:

Thanks everyone! Bill DeBrooke, Those are pretty much what I was looking for (#5 & 7). A little paint and some scenery fluff for pompoms and that would do it. Where are they from?

I picked them up on ebay.  The guy said they were made from Marx molds.  Personally I am not sure Marx ever did anything like these.  They stand 21/2" tall.  I thought they all looked very talented.

Bill DeBrooke posted:
artyoung posted:

Thanks everyone! Bill DeBrooke, Those are pretty much what I was looking for (#5 & 7). A little paint and some scenery fluff for pompoms and that would do it. Where are they from?

I picked them up on ebay.  The guy said they were made from Marx molds.  Personally I am not sure Marx ever did anything like these.  They stand 21/2" tall.  I thought they all looked very talented.

I just checked ebay.  They are there both in lead and plastic.  Some appear to be even more talented.

Bill DeBrooke posted:
artyoung posted:

Thanks everyone! Bill DeBrooke, Those are pretty much what I was looking for (#5 & 7). A little paint and some scenery fluff for pompoms and that would do it. Where are they from?

I picked them up on ebay.  The guy said they were made from Marx molds.  Personally I am not sure Marx ever did anything like these.  They stand 21/2" tall.  I thought they all looked very talented.

That's a bit tall for O scale. 2 1/2" is 10 feet tall.

Bob

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