1975 Fisher-Price Catalog
Fisher-Price created some of the most durable and well-remembered toys of our lifetime, if you’re a 70/80’s kid, you likely had wonderful afternoons with the little people and possibly graduated to the real-world action of the Adventure People.
1975 was an amazing year for Fisher-Price, not only did they launch the Adventure People but also released the Sesame Street Little People set, two incredibly iconic toys in one year.
The cover for the 1975 Fisher-Price Catalog looks a lot like my bedroom that Christmas, the safari people did a lot of driving by Sesame Street.
I still have every piece from my original Adventure People Safari set and it’s all in great shape, built to last!.
The adventure people were a revolutionary line of toys, these 3 3/4″ dynamos would inspire Mego to create the Comic Action Heroes and a couple of years later Kenner would swipe their design with a little film called Star Wars, the rest is history.
The Sesame Street set is absolutely hands down, one of the greatest things Fisher-Price ever made. I have nothing but fond memories of this wonderful toy.
The Little People Castle really is an incredible set and I spent hours with that airport.
These pre school toys and little people sets would be sold for much of the 70s, some are still available today.
I honestly believe everyone was government issued that phone when I was a kid.
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