This pseudo jigsaw puzzle contains 131 pieces and was designed for ages 8 and up.
“Yeah, but his sneaker size is bigger than his IQ.”
Released in 1962 by Hubley, Golferino was a 9-hole tabletop miniature golf course molded in high-impact plastic.
“Mr. Kelly’s automatic car wash — what a toy!”
In 1961, Dairy Queen celebrated space flight with the release of the Mr. Astro-Chimp doll.
Enjoy this classic commercial for the Battlestar Galactica Viper Launch Station from Mattel.
Released in 1975 by Kenner, Hugo was a hand puppet whose appearance could be altered using a variety of accessories.
“Made by Ideal for junior jet pilots everywhere.”
The toy line was produced by Mego between 1976 and 1980 and included a series of interchangeable space toys (figures, vehicles, and playsets.)
“You are witnessing one of the most exciting inventions of a lifetime: Jimmy Jet!”
Developed by Kenner in 1985, MASK (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand) was a line of action figures and vehicles that initially tied into an animated television series of the same name.
“You’ll get a real scream out of what you’ll find in the dungeon.”
Released by Hasbro in 1979, Skedoodle is one part Spirograph and three parts Etch A Sketch.
Enjoy this classic commercial for the Eagle 1 Spaceship, a licensed toy from the science fiction television series, Space:1999.
In an attempt to make a child’s daily ritual of brushing their teeth as thrilling as jumping over Snake River Canyon, Kenner released the Evel Knievel Battery Powered Toothbrush.
A 1989 dealer advertisement for Birthday Surprise from Tiger Games. Advertised as “the lights and music birthday cake game”, the board game was all about conspicuous consumption.
Enjoy this vintage commercial for the Lucky Locket Kiddle toy released by Mattel.
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