Toys of the Seventies, Hang On Harvey

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This was a table-top game I used to love playing with my cousin, who had it. It was two pieces of plastic, about 8 inches wide by a foot tall, with holes poked throught them. They were held in place by stands with about a half-inch of space between, into which you dropped two "Harveys". They were little flat plastic men, with outstretched arms and legs. The point was to use the plastic pegs that came with them, precisely moving the pegs through the holes, and maneuver the men to the bottom of the plastic run without dropping them. The person who could grab his Harvey at the bottom, having dropped him bit by bit with the pegs, was the winner.
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Rob Lambert - June 17, 2015 - Report this comment
The 1970 Sears Wish Book lists Hang On Harvey (Ideal Toys) for $2.97. A bit of chess-like strategy was needed to bring your Harvey down safely before your opponent did.

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