In 1952, you would need this useful small camera if you wanted to record the occasion.
Magic Pocket Camera
You could rock out like your favorite character with this life-sized brand guitar.
Lone Ranger Guitar
Roy Rogers guitar
This toy bounced higher the harder you threw it. What did it go by?
The Original Bouncy Ball
Wham-O Super Ball
This powerful training tool was all you needed to fix your swing.
Electric Pitching Machine
Batters R Us
Babe Ruth’s Batting Box
You will want a vehicle if you wish to get to the moon. What well-known toy set enthralled kids of all ages in the 1950s?
Original Space Ship Set
Red Rocket Express Set
Disney Rocket Ship Set
Disney Space Ship Set
This toy is so well-liked that its name has become the umbrella term for all similar toys!
The tension between boys and girls in the doll world was balanced by this doll.
Man from U.N.C.L.E. Doll
If you had this doll, you could get him into all kinds of problems!
Young Roy Rogers
Dennis the Menace Doll
Richie Rich Doll
Circus Boy Doll
Any cool child had a few of these figurines lying around the house, whether they were playing with the toys or watching the cartoon.
This toy was voiced by Don Rickles in the renowned Toy Story movies.
Mr. Potato Head
With the use of this toy’s tiny cardboard “reels,” you could obtain a close-up view of all kinds of bizarre objects!
This glow-in-the-dark toy was created in 1967, and it allowed you to create a wide range of interesting images.
Light Up Board
Any question you dare to ask will be answered if you shake the ball. Who produced them and what is their name?
Who knew playing with microscopic metal filings could be so much fun?
These men finally triumphed in the battle for supremacy among toy cars.
These toys are constructed entirely of metal and are manufactured in Mound, Minnesota.
Originally designed as a tension spring for battleship engines, this wildly popular toy has since evolved.
Magic Metal Coil
The silicone polymers used to create this soft tiny toy. It may flow, shatter, bounce, and conform.
By a woodcutter named Thomas Dam in 1959, he produced these little beings. They continue to plague our dreams now.
You may succeed with a steady hand and a sharp intellect. Don’t touch the sides; use caution!
Beat the Buzzer
Dr. Doctor MD