The original sales pitch read, ‘Moving across the landscape, overrunning all obstacles as inexorably as the Future itself, these amazing, efficient and powerful automatons have but one purpose – to serve their masters at work and play!’
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What can you say about the Etch A Sketch® that hasn’t already been said? There are Etch A Sketch® websites, Etch A Sketch® drawing contests and Etch A Sketch® clubs. There’s Etch A Sketch® pop art, Etch A Sketch® reminiscing, Etch A Sketch® history and Etch A Sketch® reviews. There’s Etch A Sketch® classic and…
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In 1973 Ideal decided to expand their already uber-popular Crissy doll fashion line, by producing a new version of Crissy. The new version was known as Baby Crissy. Baby Crissy was supposed to be a life size version of the Crissy doll, only in the form of a baby.
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“I wish I were a chocolate cake that goes oink! Oink!”
“That’s nonsense, Nancy!”
No, that’s Nancy Nonsense.
Kenner's Nancy Nonsense Doll
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Kenner, Baby Won't Let Go
In 1977 Kenner released a unique doll called “Baby Won’t Let Go”. She isn’t the cutest doll, but she does
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In 1971, Kenner introduced us to Madcap Molly, the Do-It-All Dolly.
Merriam Webster dictionary defines “madcap” as, marked by capriciousness, recklessness, or foolishness. The key word here is “or” because Madcap Molly is neither reckless nor foolish. She’ll graciously accept the label, “capricious”, thank you vey much. “Impulsive”, “unpredictable”,
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According to the Marx Toy Museum online, Marx produced ride-on toys throughout its many years of toy production. Starting with simple ride-on trains and fire engines, to the battery operated cars of the late 50s, the Stutz Bearcat of the early 60s, Marx moved on to develop
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