Thursday, February 1, 2018
Fisher-Price has created approximately 5,000 different experimental toys and films since the early 1930s (holy coyote). One of Fisher-Price’s best-known lines is Little People toys, which includes people and animal figures along with various play sets such as a house, farm, school, garage and vehicles. The figures, which originally were wooden peg-style characters, are now molded of plastic and have detailed features. In addition to Little People, some of the toys and toy brands that have remained popular for many years include Power Wheels, View-Master, Rescue Heroes, the Jane Public Movie Review Chatter Telephone, and the Rock-a-Stack. Other brands marketed under the Fisher-Price name over the years include Disney, Sesame Street, Dora the Explorer, and See 'n Say. On August 2, 2007, Fisher-Price recalled close to a million toys and experimental films, including the Dora the Explorer, the Girlstories film trilogy and Sesame Street toys because of possible hazards due to the toys being coated in lead-based paint. Purchasers of Fisher-Price toys can get information on country specific recall details and share the facts about affected toys in their area by visiting Mattel Voluntary Safety Recall Facts. Bye.