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Tinkertoys I loved building with these!
Tags: Tinkertoys  toys  childhood  memories  fun   
Added: 12th April 2014
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Posted By: Cliffy
My First Phone Tags: My  First  Phone  toys  60s  1960s  telephone  Fisher  Price 
Added: 20th May 2014
Views: 619
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Posted By: Freckles
Suzy Homemaker Suzy Homemaker was a line of miniature functional toy household appliances produced by Topper Toys, and launched in 1966
Tags: Suzy  Homemaker  miniature  functional  toy  household  appliances  Topper  Toys  fun  chores 
Added: 10th September 2015
Views: 757
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Posted By: Freckles
Anissa Jones Anissa Jones was the first of a long line of child stars from the television era whose life spiralled downward after her acting career had ended. Jones first acted in a cereal commercial at age six in 1964. At age eight, in 1966, Jones was cast as Elizabeth (Buffy) Patterson-Davis in the sitcom Family Affair. Part of Buffy's persona were the amusing conversations she had with her doll, Mrs. Beasley. Mrs. Beasley dolls became popular toys. (Jones' tightly curled pigtails inspired Cindy Brady's similar hairdo on The Brady Bunch.) Family Affair went off the air in 1971 when Jones was 13. Jones commented she was glad the series ended so she no longer had to carry the doll. Although Jones was offered a teenage role in The Brian Keith Show, she turned it down to unsuccessfully seek movie roles. (In contrast, Jones' Family Affair co-star Johnny Whitaker worked regularly on television and in Disney movies for many years.) Jones enrolled in high school but dropped out before graduating. Her parents' nasty divorce cause a rift in her family. At one point Jones was working in a donut shop. When she turned 18 she was able to access her $180,000 in Family Affair earnings from a trust fund. Later that same year, on August 28, 1976, Jones died of a drug overdose at a house party. The coroner claimed it was one of the most severe overdoses he had ever encountered. Jones' brother also died of an overdose in 1984.
Tags: Anissa  Jones  Family  Affair 
Added: 17th November 2009
Views: 2220
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Posted By: Lava1964
Great Fisher Price Toys Even though this is dated 70s, I had the dog pull sting and the push popper toy in the 60s.
Tags: Great  Fisher  Price  Toys  toys  you  had  as  a  child 
Added: 18th December 2009
Views: 1572
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Posted By: Cliffy
Chiquita--Aerosmith Aerosmith Good Tune
Tags: 1975  Toys  In  The  Attic  Chiquita  Aerosmith 
Added: 25th February 2010
Views: 1349
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Posted By: Marty6697
Green Machine Tags: Green  Machine  Marx  Toys 
Added: 11th May 2010
Views: 1410
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Posted By: pfc
  MOUSE TRAP TOSS ACROSS IDEAL TOYS 1980 Tags:     MOUSE  TRAP  TOSS  ACROSS  IDEAL  TOYS  1980   
Added: 13th July 2010
Views: 1257
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Posted By: Old Fart
Remco Monkey Divison Tags: Remco  Monkey  Divison  JC  Penny  war  toys  war  japan  1964 
Added: 16th December 2010
Views: 1522
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Posted By: pfc
GI Joe Nurse Doll One of the most spectacular failures in toy history was the G.I. Joe Nurse figure. In 1967 Hasbro expanded its line of successful G.I. Joe toys. One was the G.I. Nurse Action Girl, a doll so rare that certain models in mint condition still in the box can bring up to $6,000 on todayís collectorsí market. 'The G.I. Joe Nurse is so valuable today because it was released for only one year,' says Sharon Korbeck, editorial director of Toy Shop, a biweekly magazine aimed at toy collectors. 'The figure didnít do very well. Boys werenít interested in a female doll, and girls werenít interested in anything related to G.I. Joe.' Sales also suffered because toy store managers didnít know how to position the doll. Some put her with the G.I. Joe action figures, while others stocked her next to Barbie and her friends. Either way, 50 percent of the prospective market was lost. There are actually two G.I. Joe Nurse figures: one has a dark-colored bag. The other has a white bag. An example of the rarer white-bag doll was highlighted on a season-four episode of Pawn Stars.
Tags: GI  Joe  nurse 
Added: 28th May 2011
Views: 14680
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Posted By: Lava1964

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