Hugo was a creepy puppet toy aimed at boys, produced by the toy makers Kenner in 1975. Huge who looked exactly like Dr. Evil from the Austin Powers movies, was a master of disguise. He came with a variety of interchangeable facial features that you could glue onto his face, such as noses, scars, false chin, a wig, glasses, side-burns (it was the 70s after all) and an eye-patch. The only problem with Hugo was running out of the little tubes of non-toxic glue that came with him, and resorting to whatever glue your dad had lying around his tool shed. Hugo probably wasn't too please however to have his beard ripped off him after it had been glued on with epoxy-resin.
Whether you could actually change Hugo into a thousand different faces is a bone of contention. I'm sure there is someone out there that has counted. Hugo is now a highly collectable kitsch vintage toy. He had a brief dabble with fame, when he was regularly featured as part of The Pee-Wee Herman Show. For me personally, I was always a Mr. Potato Head kid.