Introduced in 1961, The Chatter Telephone was the ultimate pretend play toy with its friendly interactive design. Since then, technology has changed quite a bit, but the Chatter Telephone makes children smile just the same way. With eyes that roll up and down and a rotary dial that rings, this friendly phone is ready for a whole new generation of children to enjoy!
Originally introduced in 1966, Little Snoopy wobbled, wagged and yipped into kids and parents hearts as a beloved Fisher-Price Classic Toy. Pull the cord to watch Little Snoopy wobble around and swing his ears. He also makes a “yip-yip” sound as he moves. Little Snoopy will be bringing a smile to a new generation.
First introduced in 1959, the Fisher-Price TV Radio has delighted children for generations. Wind the knob to hear the endearing “Farmer in the Dell” melody while whimsical scenes scroll across the window of the brightly lithographed case.
The iconic Changeable Disc Camera was originally introduced in 1968. This adorable camera features interchangeable picture discs that advance by pressing the “shutter” button. Other features include a take along strap for the aspiring photographer on the go and a rotating flash cube. Comes complete with 3 picture discs (24 images) featuring: Nursery Rhymes, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, and Animals & Their Babies. All discs store inside!
Introduced in 1968, the Fisher-Price Music Box Teaching Clock has made learning to tell time fun. Designed as a little red school house, it plays “Grandfathers Clock” and has a rotating dial with timeless pictures, as the clock face and minute hand revolve to the soothing ticking of time!
Introduced in 1965, the See ‘N Say Farmer Says was the first talking toy that allowed children to pick the exact phrase they wanted to hear. The classic Farmer Says teaches about 12 animals and the sounds they make. Point the arrow and pull the cord to hear all the classic sounds you remember from your childhood.
Introduced in 1957, the Fisher-Price Pull-A-Tune Xylophone is musical classic. Tap the eight rainbow colored bars with the mallet to make beautiful music! The mallet is attached by a string so it never gets lost. It’s on wheels, so kids can pull it along wherever they go.
Introduced in 1966, the Fisher-Price Two Tune Music Box TV has been stimulating the eyes and ears of children for generations. Two classic melodies play while charming pictures scroll across the screen. Just as the original, the Fisher-Price Classics Two Tune Music Box TV recreates the sweet allure of “Row, Row, Row your Boat” and “London Bridge is Falling Down”.
Introduced in 1973, the Fisher Price Movie Viewer became a favorite among kids and parents because it was so much fun to watch the movie in fast-action, slow-motion, forward or backwards. Just slide in the cartridge, adjust the focus and use the hand crank to play the movie. It comes with two movie cartridges.
The Fisher-Price Change-A-Record Music Box, commonly known as the Fisher-Price Record Player, is a favorite among those who played with it as a child. Originally introduced in 1971, this endearing classic comes with 5 “playable” records for a total of 10 songs. The records store conveniently inside the record player. Includes a carrying handle for tunes on the go!
Introduced in 1950, this happy bee has brought smiles to generations of children. Today’s Buzzy Bee glides along with wings twirling and buzzing around as children pull and play!
This Cash Register was inspired by the 1975 Fisher-Price™ Cash Register.
First introduced in 1966, the Musical Ferris Wheel delighted children and parents with its whimsical music and Little People characters.
First introduced in 1967, the Tuggy Tooter quickly became a memorable toy from childhood.