Toy Industry Association Announces Its ``Century of Toys List''.Business, Entertainment & Feature Editors
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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 21, 2003
List Highlights One Hundred of the Century's Most Treasured Toys
As Part of the American International TOY FAIR The American International Toy Fair (the trademarked name uses all capitals for TOY FAIR) is one of a few major toy industry trade shows held around the world. It is held annually in late winter (mid February) in New York City's Toy District (Broadway and 5th Avenue in the mid (TM)
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b. to acknowledge the power of toys and play for children the world over. Only a small fraction of successful and innovative products that have been introduced during the last 100 years are featured on the "Century of Toys List," which consists of unforgettable products from all types of play including activity sets, board games This is a list of board games. This page classifies board games according to the concerns which might be uppermost for someone organizing a gaming event or party. See the article on game classification for other alternatives, or see for a list of board game articles. , dolls, ride-on toys, action figures and more.
"As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of TOY FAIR, this list allows us to pay tribute to the toys that have brought joy and happiness to children for decades. By looking through the Century of Toys list, people of all ages will be reminded of the thrill thrill (thril) a vibration felt by the examiner on palpation.
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Selecting toys for the Century of Toys List involved a very stringent review process, which began with a list of criteria criteria (krītēr´ē),
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Toy Industry Association, Inc. Century of Toys List Manufacturer Year Product at time of Current Introduced Name Introduction Manufacturer 1900 Lionel Trains Lionel LLC Lionel LLC 1903 Crayola Crayons Binney & Binney & Smith, Inc. Smith, Inc. 1903 Flinch Card Game Flinch Game Winning Moves, Company Inc. (license of Hasbro, Inc.) 1903 Teddy Bears Ideal Commonwealth, Gund, Russ Berrie and others 1906 Model T Ford Tootsietoy/ Tootsietoy/ diecast car Strombecker Strombecker Corp. Corp. 1913 Erector Sets A.C. Gilbert BRIO Corporation 1913 Tinkertoys Toy Tinkers Playskool, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1915 Raggedy Ann doll P.F. Volland Applause and Playskool, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1916 Lincoln Logs John Lloyd K'NEX Wright, Inc. Industries, Inc. 1917 Radio Flyer Wagon Radio Flyer, Radio Flyer, Inc. Inc. 1923 Madame Alexander Madame Madame collectible dolls Alexander Alexander 1929 Yo-Yo Duncan Toy Duncan Toy Company Company 1930 Mickey Mouse (and Minnie) California Disney plush dolls Stuffed Toys Consumer Products 1932 Tripoley Game Cadaco, Inc. Cadaco, Inc. 1934 Sorry Game Parker Hasbro, Inc. Brothers 1935 Monopoly Parker Hasbro, Inc. Brothers 1937 Betsy Wetsy doll Ideal Mattel, Inc. 1938 View-Master 3-D Viewer View-Master Fisher-Price, div. of Mattel, Inc. 1942 Nok-Hockey Carrom Games Carrom Games 1947 Tonka Trucks Tonka Hasbro, Inc. 1947 John Deere Die Cast The Ertl Racing Tractor Company Champions/The Ertl Company 1947 Magic 8 Ball Alabe Crafts Mattel, Inc. 1948 Cootie Schaper Milton Bradley, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1948 Scrabble Game Selchow & Milton Righter Bradley, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1948 Slinky James James Industries Industries 1949 Candy Land Milton Milton Bradley Bradley, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1949 Clue Parker Hasbro, Inc. Brothers 1950 Silly Putty Peter Hodgson Binney & Smith, Inc. 1951 Ginny Dolls Vogue Doll Vogue Doll Company Company 1952 Mr. Potato Head Playskool Playskool, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1953 Colorforms Colorforms University Games 1953 LEGO Building Sets LEGO Systems, LEGO Systems, Inc. Inc. 1954 Matchbox Cars Lesney Mattel, Inc. 1955 Wooly Willy Smethport Smethport Specialty Specialty Company Company 1956 Play-Doh Kenner Hasbro, Inc. 1956 Original Ant Farm Uncle Milton Uncle Milton Industries Industries 1956 Yahtzee Game E.S. Lowe Milton Company Bradley, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1957 Corn Popper push toy Fisher-Price Fisher-Price, div. of Mattel, Inc. 1957 Frisbee Wham-O Wham-O 1958 Hula Hoop Wham-O Wham-O 1959 Barbie Mattel, Inc. Mattel, Inc. 1960 BRIO Classic Wooden BRIO BRIO Railway Corporation Corporation 1960 Etch-A-Sketch The Ohio Art The Ohio Art Company Company 1960 Game of Life Milton Milton Bradley Bradley, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1961 Slip N' Slide Wham-O Wham-O 1961 Troll dolls Thomas Dam, Thomas Dam, Inc. Inc. 1962 Chatter Telephone Fisher-Price Fisher-Price, div. of Mattel, Inc. 1963 Easy Bake Oven Kenner Hasbro, Inc. 1964 G.I. Joe Hasbro, Inc. Hasbro, Inc. 1965 Creepy Crawlers Mattel, Inc. JAKKS Pacific 1965 Operation Milton Milton Bradley Bradley, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1965 See 'n' Say Mattel, Inc. Mattel, Inc. 1966 Twister Milton Milton Bradley Bradley, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1967 Battleship Milton Milton Bradley Bradley, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1967 Big Wheel ride-on Marx Toys Various manufacturers 1967 Ker Plunk Ideal Toy Mattel, Inc. Company 1967 Lite Brite Hasbro, Inc. Hasbro, Inc. 1968 Hot Wheels and Mattel, Inc. Mattel, Inc. Racing Sets 1970 Nerf Balls Parker Hasbro, Inc. Brothers 1971 Mastermind Invicta Pressman Toys Plastics, Ltd. 1972 Uno Card Game International Mattel, Inc. Games 1973 Shrinky Dinks K&B Spin Master Innovations Toys 1974 Dungeons and Dragons TSR, Inc. Wizards of the Coast, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1974 Playmobil people & Playmobil Playmobil playsets 1975 Othello Gabriel Mattel, Inc. Industries, Inc. 1976 Magna Doodle Mego Toys Fisher-Price, div. of Mattel, Inc. 1977 Star Wars action figures Kenner Hasbro, Inc. 1978 Hungry Hungry Hippos Hasbro, Inc. Milton Bradley, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1978 Rubik's Cube Ideal Hasbro, Inc. 1978 Simon Electronic Game Milton Milton Bradley Bradley, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1979 Cozy Coupe Ride-On Little Tikes Little Tikes 1979 Strawberry Shortcake Kenner Bandai 1982 Stompers die-cast Schaper None vehicles 1982 Trivial Pursuit Selchow & Hasbro, Inc. Righter 1983 Cabbage Patch Kids Coleco Mattel, Inc. 1983 Care Bears Kenner Play Along 1983 My Little Pony Hasbro, Inc. Hasbro, Inc. 1984 Transformers Hasbro, Inc. Hasbro, Inc. 1985 Scruples Game Henry Makow Hasbro, Inc. 1985 Teddy Ruxpin Worlds of Hasbro, Inc. Wonder 1986 Pound Puppies Tonka Mary Meyer 1987 Koosh Ball OddzOn Hasbro, Inc. 1987 Pictionary The Games Hasbro, Inc. Gang 1988 Teenage Mutant Ninja Playmates Playmates Turtles Toys, Inc. Toys, Inc. 1989 Super Soaker Larami Hasbro, Inc. 1992 Barney the Dinosaur plush The Lyons Mattel, Inc. Group 1992 K'NEX Building Sets K'NEX K'NEX Industries, Industries, Inc. Inc. 1993 Magic: The Gathering Wizards Wizards of the collectible card game of the Coast Coast, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1993 Mighty Morphin Power Bandai Bandai Rangers 1995 Lamaze Learning products Learning Learning Curve Curve International International 1996 Beanie Babies Ty Ty 1996 Tickle-Me Elmo Tyco Fisher-Price, Preschool div. of Mattel, Inc. 1997 Bass Fishin' Game Radica Games, Radica Games, Ltd. Ltd. 1997 Tamagotchi Bandai Bandai 1998 Furby Tiger Toys Tiger Toys, div. of Hasbro, Inc. 1998 Rescue Heroes Fisher-Price Fisher-Price, div. of Mattel, Inc. 1999 Groovy Girls Manhattan Manhattan Toys Toys 1999 LeapPad LeapFrog LeapFrog 2000 Razor scooter Razor Razor 2001 Jumbo Music Block Neurosmith Neurosmith