Articles on 1960s Toys and Games

Chatty Cathy
Chatty Cathy was a hugely popular, pull-string talking doll dreamed up by Elliot Handler, one of the co-founders of Mattel in 1959. She looked, dressed and sounded like a four-year-old girl—complete with freckles, bangs, buck teeth and a round tummy...
The Mrs. Beasley Doll - A Treasured Companion of the Late 1960's
Mrs. Beasley had a very cheerful and interesting appearance to say the least. She had bright yellow short hair, stood approximately twenty-one inches high and had a soft, huggable body...
Secret Sam
The advent of the 1960s brought with it a new theme for boy's toys. Whereas the 1950s had been all about cowboys and Western themes, the breakout toys of the Sixties were spy toys...
Stony Smith, the Battling Soldier
Ask any boy who grew up in the sixties about toy soldiers and war toys and he'll probably mention the number one action figure of its time, G.I. Joe. But did you know there was a lesser-known 11" soldier who went by the name of Stonewall "Stony" Smith?...

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