Toys of the Eighties Index

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Comment by Rob Lambert on June 25, 2017 - Report this comment
I did like the "TMNT" NES video game which had decent graphics and play control. The cartoon series began as syndicated in 1987, and about 60 half-hour episodes were produced. From 1990 to 1994, CBS, though wary of kidvid violence, ran select, edited episodes, in which the fight scenes were skewered and out of sync. The network also ordered production of 12 new episodes strictly for Saturday airing, in which conflicts were solved more with words instead of weapons. In most of the cartoons, hardly anyone really got hurt, other than a few bumps and bruises.
Viewmaster, Comment by Rob Lambert on June 24, 2017 - Report this comment
Scott from 2012 was right about 1939. The original maker of View Master was Sawyers, and GAF bought them out in 1968. Most of the early product was single reels, selling for about a quarter. Three-reel packs first came out around 1957. About the last Sawyer release was the "Lost In Space" 3-reeler from 1967, and based on an actual episode. View Master viewers ranged from cheap, battery-powered ones to full electric projectors. Talking View Master reel sets first came out in 1971. Movie and TV star Henry Fonda was a paid spokesman in the early 1970s.
Barnyard Commandos, Comment by Rob Lambert on June 24, 2017 - Report this comment
The cartoon series "Barnyard Commandos" had a very short run in syndication in 1989. The TV networks, cable networks and local stations took a touchy-feely attitude toward it, afraid that kids watching it will become more aggressive or violent. The cartoons were produced in Europe, and no one of stature did the character voice work. Since 1968, the mainstream TV networks have been under pressure to minimize simulated acts of physical violence, via fist, gun or blade, in children's programming, especially Saturday morning cartoons.
Einstein, Comment by Rob Lambert on June 24, 2017 - Report this comment
Einstein was by Castle games from 1979. There were several skill levels and up to 32 times of having to memorize. There's also a unit that runs on four C-size batteries. Product was made in Hong Kong.
Flintstones playset, Comment by Rob Lambert on June 24, 2017 - Report this comment
I believe it's the Flintstone Kids playset being described here from 1987, made by Coleco. Based on the series in which Fred, Barney and the others were only nine years old. A "Captain Caveman & Son" cartoon was one segment, along with "Dino's (as a puppy) Dilemmas." Marx Toys made a playset in 1962, based on the original "Flintstones" series. There may have also been something based on the 1988 "Flintstones" movie with John Goodman and the B-52s redhead.
Johnny Seven Gun, Comment by Rob Lambert on June 24, 2017 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault, early TV spots for the Johnny Seven (One Man Army) machine gun and combat helmet. This aired on "Tennessee Tuxedo" over CBS (11/28/64). In 1965, Johnny Seven changed from soldier to spy, a take-off on James Bond, in TV ads. Topper Toys made lots of products bearing the name Johnny, including Speed (remote-controlled car) and Lightning (Hot-Wheels-like minis). Production of the Johnny Seven ended in 1970. Don't know why it's in the '80s blog.
Inspector Gadget, Comment by Rob Lambert on June 24, 2017 - Report this comment
Also found a bendable Penny figure while on the antique store tour. Also, the Milton Bradley board game from 1984, selling for $22. Don Adams was quite busy in 1984. while voicing Inspector Gadget, he also was in Toronto, taping episodes of a sitcom called "Check It Out," in which he played a supermarket manager, Howard Bannister. First aired in Canada on CBC, also aired in American syndication starting later in 1984. Two seasons were taped of that series.
ALF, Comment by Rob Lambert on June 24, 2017 - Report this comment
While most of the TV sitcoms of the 1980s were a bit too tame for my tastes, ALF struck me as hilarious! On NBC from 1986 to 1990, this alien named Gordon Schumway escapes his home planet of Melmac, as the planet disintegrates, landing in the Tanner back yard in Los Angeles. In the finale, ALF is reunited with Rhonda and Skip, his Melmacian friends, but is captured by an agency investigating UFOs, and the series ends. Two seasons of ALF cartoons were made from 1988 to 1990. First was of his adventures on Melmac, including a hated band of cats. The second season was "ALF Tales," in which he starred in remakes of classic plays and movies.
Radio Flyer, Comment by Rob Lambert on June 24, 2017 - Report this comment
An Italian immigrant started up the Radio Steel Company out of Chicago in 1915, and the first red Radio Flyer wagons were created. Wagon production was suspended during World War 2 (camouflage fuel containers and canteens were made instead). The Town & Country wooden wagons were introduced in 1965, and some modifications were made in 1981. The company name became the Radio Flyer Co. in 1987.
The Wombler, Comment by Nancy on June 24, 2017 - Report this comment
Dang! Was just looking for one, as my son is having a blast playing with one during his swimming lessons. So much fun, but could definitely see the risks if used unsupervised.
Suzy Scribbles, Comment by V on June 24, 2017 - Report this comment
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Napper, Comment by Carol on June 21, 2017 - Report this comment
So much love for our friend Napper! Does anyone know about the making of this great toy?


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