Fisher-Price and Lego- 1980 Consumer’s Distributing Catalog If there is any testament to the power of Fisher-Price toys, it’s the fact that many of the items featured here had serious longevity. I had the three bottom items from the Fisher-Price play family series, namely the Farm, the parking garage and the ferry boat before […]
In this week’s episode of Toy-Ventures, I ask you to Toy Hunt with me as I take a tour of some antique malls and toy stores on my monthly road trip. In this episode I visit three different places on my journey: The One of a Kind Antique Mall (Woodstock, ON) Southworks Antique Mall (Cambridge, […]
I really should keep some Fisher Price little people on my desk (or at the very least some Pin Mates) I think starting the day with them would greatly improve my overall experience. Get the expanded digital edition of Rack Toys here.
In1977, Fisher Price promoted the Little People Sesame Street Clubhouse by creating a gigantice model of it. The happy memories I had playing with this toy are only slightly shadowed by the original Sesame Street set by FP. I look at this thing and it cheers me up, always will. I need to know if this […]
If you’re a kid of the 1970s, chances are the sight of the limbless cherubic Fisher Price Little people will bring a smile to your face. These simple (and indestructable!) toys were the deserved kings of the preschool aisle during the polyester decade Here are the top ten Fisher Price Little People Sets: 10) Sesame […]
I hereby decree this day Fisher Price appreciation day, have you called your little people and thanked them yet?
Brian from Ant-Toys strikes again!,we last heard from him when he sahred his amazing find of 1970s Fisher Price Adventure People Store Displays and now he’s back to share some toy history, this time it’s about other FP lines like Muppets and Little People: I still have a few of these Little People vehicles kicking […]
Fisher Price created some of the most durable and well remembered toys of our life time, 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 […]
It’s not often I give myself flashbacks but that’s what happened with this 1977 Fisher Price Toy Catalog., Starting with crib toys and moving to the point where you traded in your little people for adventure people, you might find something you had on every page.
From 70’s toy explosion, is that Dick Cavett narrating? More commercials on the way….