Toys of the Seventies, Trolls

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hard plastic dolls with tuffs of colored hair, they came in all sizes, from 1 inch trolls that sat ontop of your pencil, to 12 inch trolls. They had a specific smell. I have trolls with 2 heads, alien trolls, cows, horses.....
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hollis - December 22, 2007 - Report this comment
i had bunches of these when i was real young-need i say more??? they are all scalped now-lol!!!!!! would love to collect some! hollisbaby69@yahoo
Lynda - July 26, 2014 - Report this comment
I collected these like crazy but lost track of them over the years. In my day we called them Wish Nik dolls! They were so much fun, plus getting all the stuff you could collect for them! I have one today, A troll with green hair that wears a shirt for the Philadelphia Eagle football team! I don't think you can get them anywhere today to purchase, but maybe you'll find them in a yardsale or thrift shop. I just gave mine a bath, I was really afraid to do it, but thought I'd take a chance. After all these years . he looks new again!
Rob Lambert - November 20, 2016 - Report this comment
Troll toys were created first in Denmark in 1958. The U.S. did not see these until mid-1963. They were of the one-inch variety, encased in plastic and sold in gum machines. Some kids may have gotten them from their doctor or dentist for being quiet while getting a shot. My sources gave no details of how Trolls first made it here (importing company), but they became an instant hit. Simple word of mouth, rather than a marketing strategy, made the little creatures big sellers. The fad started to dwindle toward 1967, as Big Daddy Roth's Rat Fink figures made the scene.
dr metro - March 25, 2017 - Report this comment
this baby troll is the cutest. We have quite a few available even DAM trolls. Where? Best Vintage Toys on Etsy

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