Sunday, March 29, 2009

70s Toy Explosion Volume 2

70s toy commercials Sorry, this is a shill post.

Thanks to a good find and the amazing help of my pal Dave, I'm releasing another volume of 1970s toy commercials all transferred from the original 16 mm reels. The majority of these are from 1979 and from Mego, Mattel and Kenner.

Barbie Star Traveller

Stretch Monster
Barbie Superstar Traveler (Judy "Dyna Girl" Strangis)
Mego Buck Rogers Action Figures
Elastic Hulk and Spiderman
Mego Micronauts Giant Acroyear

Barbie Star Traveller
Mego Micronauts Hornettroid
Mattel’s Hawaiian Punch Board Game
Sit N Spin
Sweetie Face
Elastic Superman and Batman
Hot Wheels 1979
Magnetic Batman and Robin

Kenner Mini Wave Oven
Mattel Godzilla Game
Mego Speed Burners Stunt Set
Mattel Battlestar Galactica Viper Launch Station
Super Star Barbie Fashion Face
Astro Blast Power Center

Barbie Star Traveller
Mego Micronaut Aliens
Mattel Shogun Warriors Godzilla
Mattel Power Shifters
Play Doh Dr. Drill and Fill

Barbie Star Traveller
Hot Wheels Scorcher Chamber
Shogun Warriors Daimos
Hot Wheels Incredible Hulk Scene Machines Offer
Mego Micronauts Trons
Mattel Thingmaker 2

Barbie Star Traveller
Battlestar Galactica Cylon Centurion and Colonial Warrior dolls
Mego Fashion Candi Make Up Center
Mattel Baby Grows Up
Star Wars Land of the Jawas Playset
Mattel Sew Perfect
Kenner Alvin the Aardvark
Star Wars Darth Vader Tie Fighter
Kenner Darci Disco
Spider-Man Web of Terror Playset from Hot Wheels
Barbie Star Traveller
Micronauts Rocket Tubes
Mattel Mork from Ork Dolls’and figures
Mego Speed Burners
Mego Panic Button Board Game
To offset the costs of buying all of these films, I'm selling copies of this DVD at my online store. I'll be showing off some of these commercials all this month on the blog (I'm lazy that way, it's easier than scanning). Sorry for the sales post, I promise to keep those down in the future.

And now, I'm going to give away two sets of the DVD. It's pretty simple, answer this trivia question and email it to me, I'll draw the names on Tuesday.

The Mattel 12" Cylon and Colonial Warrior were retooled versions of a popular 1960s Space toy by Mattel, what was it's name?


Jimi Jones said...

What kind of telecine machine are you using to transfer the film to video? Just curious.

Plaidstallions said...

I'll have to ask, all I know is we don't use the standard "record the projector" method.

Anonymous said...

well, seems USA kids, at least play with Anime Robots too, but in your country japanese animation is high from the 90`s


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