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List of Mattel toys

List of toys from American toy company Mattel.

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  • Tarzan (mid-1970s)
  • Tarzan toy figures
  • Teen Trends fashion dolls
  • Toy Story action figures, Little figures (Action Links) with playsets, and dolls
  • Batman Barbie doll
  • The Wild Thornberries
  • Thingmaker
  • Thomas the Tank Engine
  • Tiny Chatty Baby (1963-1964) Talking doll, also sold in gift set with Tiny Chatty Brother as Tiny Chatty Twins.
  • Tiny Chatty Brother (1963-1964)Talking doll, also sold in gift set with Tiny Chatty Baby as Tiny Chatty Twins.
  • Toss Across
  • Tom and Jerry (1964) Talking doll that comes with attached Jerry. Based on cartoon series.

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See also

References

  1. ^ Interactive, Dancing & Talking Robot Toys | Fijit Friends

Kettelkamp, Sean- "Chatty Cathy and her Talking Friends" Schiffer Publishing Ltd. 1998

External links

  • Official Mattel website
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