A 1984 ad for Trivial Pursuit. The initial release of the Genus Edition in 1981 was followed by a series of subsidiary card sets, including the Baby Boomer Edition, Young Players Edition, and the Silver Screen Edition.
This game goes back to the 1940s when it was known as Yatzie. Enjoy this classic commercial!
Released by Kenner Products in 1972, The Blythe doll is easily identified by her large head and eyes. Her enduring popularity with enthusiasts has made her a cult classic.
Introduced by Mattel in 1966, Major Matt Mason lived and worked on the moon with his team of astronauts.
“Ice Bird, Ice Bird, you’re such a nice bird. Let’s make an Ice Bird treat!”
Released by TOMY in 1977, Blip was a hand-held version of Atari’s popular Pong video game.
Rock out to this 1993 TV commercial for KerPlunk from Tyco Toys.
A fantastic TV commercial from the 1960s for Dinky’s Volvo P1800. The voice-over is from Australian radio personality John Laws.
Chatty Cathy was a pull-string, “talking” doll produced by Mattel from 1959 to 1965.
It’s the Watsons vs. the Klepels in this 1974 commercial for the Rebound Game from Ideal. Which family will win the $1,000,000 Rebound Championship?!?
The first commercial for Barbie aired on the Mickey Mouse Club in 1959. The doll made its debut at the American International Toy Fair in New York on March 9, 1959.