“Sugar, this one is high stakes.”
Mattel’s Double Trouble theme saw Big Jim and his chief nemesis Zorak undergoing facial metamorphosis with the twist of their arms.
“…swinging on a vine just to get around…”
The 1976 Movin’ with Mattel catalogue reflected a company in transition.
The Motorized Battle Tank (MOBAT) was one of the first action vehicles released by Hasbro for the A Real American Hero toy line in 1981.
“Davis is a-okay in the space bubble.”
Magnavox’s 1980 catalogue for the Odyssey 2 showcased the library of available arcade, sports, and educational game cartridges for the console.
In 1978, Model Products Corporation (MPC) introduced a new series of models based on the Star Wars universe.
“It’s so fantastic, you’ll wanna pop…”
TSR’s 1980 Gateway to Adventure catalog showcases the best of its D&D and other fantasy role-playing game options.
The first of Aurora’s 19-inch monster-themed kits came out in 1962 in partnership with Universal Studios and quickly became fan favourites.
Enjoy this classic commercial for Mr. Magnet Man, a toy designed for children ages 2 to 6 from Romper Room.