Toys of the Seventies, Fisher Price Little People

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The little people were caucasian & african american wooden toys that resembled people. They could be purchased with a toy airport and various houses.
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Robert at Proskauer - December 29, 2008 - Report this comment
The Fisher Price Little People Play-sets is a very strong collecting category, and shows no signs of slowing down. The contents of the playsets and years of production are well documented. Collectors avidly seek the missing accessories and “little people” to complete their sets. The figures themselves are actually too small for small children nowadays. Fisher Price adopted the “chunky style” to prevent choking hazards. Luckily collectors are keeping the older sets out of the hands of youngsters. The earliest little people had wooded bases and heads, then wooden bases with plastic heads were produced. Eventually, 100% plastic was used. Most of the sets featured colorful printed paper glued to sidewalls of masonite or plastic. Look for sets with minimal bubbling of these lithographs. Also, many figures were irresistible to chew on by toddlers, so avoid parts with bite marks.
kasg - September 22, 2009 - Report this comment
I reallyn enjoyed my little people. I had the wood ones. Mom used to play with me with thm.
nora - May 11, 2010 - Report this comment
I got my first set of little people when I was three and I would play with them for hours. my friends would try to take them home so my mom would have to ask their parents for them back. I have a large collection of them now.
Donna - December 22, 2010 - Report this comment
I had the wooden little people with the school house. The side flipped down and it was a chalkboard. Oh, how I loved that set. I am now a teacher!
Shelly - August 03, 2014 - Report this comment
These were my favorite toys when I was little!!! I still have most of them and have picked up some over the years. I'd love to bring them in for my kids to play with, but our house is just too small!

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