Decked out in a glamorous magenta and white leotard with matching wrap-around skirt, Fashion Fragrance Darci came with a small bottle of perfume that allowed smell just like her.
This vintage video game commercial from Nintendo features actor Paul Rudd.
Released in 1967 from Parker Brothers, Sorry! challenged two to four players to advance their pawns from “start” to “home” faster than everyone else.
“A firehouse full of fun.”
Sidewinder from Parker Brothers was a “gravity-defying challenge of skill and speed.”
“The only 9.6V radio-controlled hovercraft in the world!”
In the late 1960s, Monogram hired car designer Tom Daniel and began to release plastic model hot rods, funny cars, and other custom vehicles.
“First to furnish their apartment and be out of debt wins Bargain Hunter.”
Remco’s The Karate Kid toy line was the official, licensed toy line for the movie franchise of the same name.
“With Mall Madness you get it all: a bank account and your own credit card!”
Released in 1983 by Mattel, Poochie was a plush stuffed animal with sassitude.
“Where’s Merlin now? It’s not there. It’s out with Billy playing Magic Square.”
Released in 1969 from Kenner Knock-off was touted as a game of “fast, unpredictable action.”
“Shake those ruffles at your hips!”
Released in 1976 from Marx, Mystery Maze was advertised as “the inscrutable game of skill and luck.”
“Who’s giving everybody the giggles?”
In 1963, Gilbert released The Wing Thing, an “all-weather flying vehicle” that stood a whopping 36-inches long by 48-inches wide.
You may recognize the two actors in this classic StarWars commercial: Peter Billingsley (Ralphie from A Christmas Story) and Christian Slater.