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Dolls returned to the more conventional.
Electrically powered racing cars continued to cut into the popularity of the electric train.
They even held a 100-lap Grand Prix at Wilkes-Barre, PA in July, with a full-size sports car as first prize.
Children all over the country were learning how to ride skateboards.
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Interest in slot car racing remained high but had leveled off a bit.
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Still, people bought them.
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Dolls returned to the more conventional.
Electrically powered racing cars continued to cut into the popularity of the electric train.
They even held a 100-lap Grand Prix at Wilkes-Barre, PA in July, with a full-size sports car as first prize.
Children all over the country were learning how to ride skateboards.
With more riders came more injuries.
Slot cars were growing in popularity.
The centers provided tracks on which the plastic cars could be raced and enthusiasts could compete for prizes.
Doll makers were ecstatic over the growing popularity of G.
It was the first doll to catch on with boys since Raggedy Andy and was a huge sigh of relief to manufacturers desperately searching for that breakthrough.
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There were not only more spy toys, but more toy spies.
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Battery operated automobiles that run on a track or tubing were a popular addition to the toy industry.
The trend toward realism in dolls continued, with toy manufacturers introducing dolls whose facial expressions could be changed by moving an arm or a leg.
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And some of them are still around to this day.
Joe, Twister and Operation can still be found on toy shelves around the world.
They came from the 60s.
Boys still loved to play war.
Girls still loved kitchen sets.
But toy manufacturers were making toys electronic any way possible.
Advertisement Toymakers rushed to make a Batman-themed anything.
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Children all over the country were learning how to ride skateboards.
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It was the first doll to catch on with boys since Raggedy Andy and was a huge sigh of relief to manufacturers desperately searching for that breakthrough.
Operation was first released in 1965.
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A large 60s 70s board games of toys that were introduced in the 1960s stuck around for several years.
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Boys still loved to play war.
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But toy manufacturers were making toys learn more here any way possible.
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It is expected today that a toy continue reading be themed after something in the movies, on TV or available from some other kind of media, but that phenomenon really grew and took hold in the 1960s.
What toys did kids play with in the 1960s?
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Electrically powered racing cars continued to cut into the popularity of the electric train.
They even held a 100-lap Grand Prix at Wilkes-Barre, PA in July, with a full-size sports car as first prize.
Children all over the country were learning how to ride skateboards.
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Doll makers were ecstatic 60s 70s board games the growing popularity of G.
It was the first doll to catch on with boys since Raggedy Andy and was a huge sigh of relief to manufacturers desperately searching for that breakthrough.
Operation was first released in 1965.
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Interest in slot car racing remained high but had leveled off a 60s 70s board games />Super Micro Bat Radio 1966 Batman and secret agents invaded the toy field.
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There were also Batman figures, airplanes, radios, hats, a dart launcher, and Gotham City, all on display at the 1966 Toy Fair in NYC.
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The trend toward realism in dolls continued, with toy manufacturers introducing dolls whose facial expressions could be changed by moving an arm or a leg.
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Chatty Cathy is a doll manufactured by the Mattel toy company from 1959 to 1965.
The doll was 60s 70s board games released in stores in 1960.
Johnny Ringo was a TV show that here a short run of just one year, but the Johnny Ringo Western Frontier playset is one of the most sought after collectibles on eBay.
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