Toys of the Seventies, Smurfs

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the little blue guys, in all different outfits
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Amanda - February 16, 2009 - Report this comment
I had a stuffed smurf that was about "three apples high". So he must have been life-sized. He did not have any distinguishing charictoristics like they did on the show. But he was fluffy and squishy, so he was a favorite.
Suuny - July 07, 2013 - Report this comment
When I was in 6th grade, Smurfs were THE rage at school. There was a store in the mall that sold the little PVC figures - I think they were a dollar or so apiece. There were dozens of them in different poses and outfits. I used to buy as many as I could afford every time we went to the mall (usually one or two at a time) and you'd take them to school and compare them to your friends' collections. I had the plushes too, but the PVC figures are what stand out in my mind. I remember one that wore ice skates and a scarf and was posed like he'd just landed on his Smurfy butt :)
Rob Lambert - April 27, 2015 - Report this comment
Smurfs were a huge hit in Europe throughout the 1970s. America saw little of these blue beings until the Hanna-Barbera animated series premiered on NBC-TV in 1981. I found a Smurfette whistle, still in blister pack, while on an antique junket. The Smurf whistles were made in Hong Kong and imported by Helm Toys around 1982. Before the U.S. cartoon series began, Smurf toys were mainly produced in Germany and distributed throughout Europe. Loose Smurf whistles sell for $2 to $5, while those in unopened blister packs are worth over $10.

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