Cornelius and Galen wear the same moccasins as Peter Burke, Alan Verdon, Starsky from Starsky and Hutch and some figures in the Western line. They come in various shades of brown and burgundy tones. They have been factory reproduced by Classic TV Toys, EMCE Toys and Tim Mee. The CTVT reproductions are a darker brown than originals and are a little shorter with a slightly different overall shape. They are marked CTV on the inside. The EMCE reproductions fall well into the range of color shades you find originals in and the material used to make them is spot on, however, they are taller than originals. You can also notice that the original mocs were poured from the side (the minor flashing is evident) but the new EMCE versions are poured from the back. The other thing that makes the EMCE version spotable is there is a stamp on the inside of each moc. On the one I examined, one moc had the number 1 stamped in it, the other had a 4. To make matters a little more confusing, Tim Mee reproduced the Mego western line back during the Mego era using the same molds. So there are vintage mocs out there that are identical to mego in almost all respects. Color, material, molds, etc... The Tim Mee mocs are just a touch thinner, making them a little more flexible than originals. The big difference is that the Tim Mee's are marked made in Hong Kong on the bottom, while the original Mego's are unmarked.
Cornelius/Galen shirt has been factory reproduced by EMCE Toys. It should be easy to describe the differences in something as simple as a shirt, but in this case, it's not so simple. Cornelius/Galen shirts come in shades of olive and possibly brown. It's hard to find any two that match completely due to age, fading or simply different lots. They tend to be fairly similar though and the EMCE repro seems to be a bit on the browner side of olive than the average Mego original. The same color problem exists when discussing the vinyl trim on the shirt. Original shirts have trim that can be either brown or burgundy. With the EMCE, they chose to go with brown for the trim. These shirts in color do not make identification impossible though. The modern reproduction is made of a slicker material, the vinyl for the chest area is glued completely down on the reproduction, where on the original it is only spot glued. The details on the chest piece of the repro are more more clear and sharp edged, although not imprinted as deep as an original. The other differences on that chest piece is the sides are more curved on the reproduction. Other differences regarding the vinyl are the bands on the arms. The pair on the reproduction are much closer together than the pair on the original, and the cuff vinyl on the reproduction is wider. The last difference between the shirts is the fur trim. The reproduction fur is a little bit lighter in color, and a little more "long haired" than the original fur. The shirt is unmarked.
Cornelius/Galen pants have been factory reproduced by EMCE Toys. Like the shirt, it's not so easy to describe in absolutes the difference between the two when you are considering color. Cornelius/Galen pants come in shades of olive and possibly brown. It's hard to find any two that match completely due to age, fading or simply different lots. They tend to be fairly similar though and the EMCE repro seems to be a bit on the browner side of olive than the average Mego original. The modern reproduction is made of a slicker material and fit a little tighter at the waist. The pants are unmarked.
The Cornelius/Galen head has been factory reproduced by EMCE Toys. The reproduction is a slight bit taller than an original, the detail lines in the hair and in the face are a little more dull on the reproduction and it's a little softer. The ears on the reproduction are painted tan, while an original can be either green or tan. The new EMCE head is stamped with a 1968 and a 2008 FOX copyright on the back of the head.