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GOING TOO "FUR" $200: These electronic toys were a must-have item during the Christmas season of 1998
YULE TUBE $1600: Featuring a Charlie-in-the-Box: "Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer & the Island of Misfit ____"
TOYS & GAMES $200: It was originally marketed as the "first official indoor ball"
a Nerf ball
TOYS & GAMES $400: Originally called "Little People", this perennial favorite is
a Cabbage Patch Kid
TOYS & GAMES $600: Technic & Mindstorms are 2 of the lines of building sets from this brand
TOYS & GAMES $800: The Master Edition of this question-&-answer board game lets you "reveal your inner genius"
TOYS & GAMES $1000: This number comes before "Q" in the name of a game using artificial intelligence to "read your mind"
TAKE THE DAY OFF $1600: Held on March 3, Japan's Hinamatsuri festival celebrates young girls & these toys popular with them
$1000: () Inflatable rescue boats are serious rescue tools, not bathtub toys, but here they're affectionately called "rubber" these
HELLO KITTY $1200: Because its smell is exciting to cats, this aromatic herb of the mint family is often used as a stuffing for cat toys
JINGLES ALL THE WAY $200: "I don't wanna grow up, I'm a" this "kid, they got the best for so much less, you'll really flip your lid"
'80s FADS $600: The sticky, octopus-shaped toys called "wacky" these slowly descended when hurled at an upright surface
Wacky Wall Walkers
TIME FOR A SOLO $1200: I'm practicing tricks on my Screaming Eagle one of these toys from Duncan
TOYS & GAMES $200: In 2000 Fortune magazine named this toy of plastic "automatic binding blocks" the toy of the past century
TOYS & GAMES $400: These Massachusetts siblings began their empire in the 1880s with a game called Banking
TOYS & GAMES $600: These cute, cuddly plush toys were introduced in 2005 along with a code allowing kids access to an online community
TOYS & GAMES $800: This toy train was created in 1901 as an animated ad for a toy store window display
TOYS & GAMES $1000: In 1938 William Gruber developed this 3-D viewer; it took off after he got the rights to use Disney characters
CLASSIC TOYS $200: Invented to be a synthetic rubber compound during WWII, it was first sold as Gooey Gupp
CLASSIC TOYS $400: Sold in a cylindrical package, it used the slogan "world's favorite construction set"
CLASSIC TOYS $600: Ronald Howes Sr. invented this toy after a salesman wondered if Kenner could make a toy version of a chestnut roaster
the E-Z Bake Oven
CLASSIC TOYS $800: Donald Duncan created the Good Humor bar &, in 1929, began making this toy out of wood
CLASSIC TOYS $1000: The Telecran, a drawing toy with a joystick, glass & aluminum powder was the basis for this classic toy
the Etch A Sketch
BALLET $800: In the ballet "Petrouchka", the ballerina is one of these doll-like toys, as is Petrouchka himself
TOYS & GAMES $200: Make no apology for this classic board game, the game of "sweet revenge"
TOYS & GAMES $400: The hot toys for Christmas 2009 were the hamsters from this brand of "pets" with a double talk name
Zhu Zhu Pets
TOYS & GAMES $600: Bionicle is one of the lines from this brand of building blocks
TOYS & GAMES $800: Spheres transform into warriors, like Skyress & Stinglash from this line of battle brawlers
TOYS & GAMES $1000: Scrabble this is a card game in which players throw down their cards to change existing 4-letter words
RADIO DISNEY $400: "Everybody Else" knows these huggable toys precede "On Fire" in the name of a Radio Disney top 30 band; do you?
MATTEL-ICA $1000: Back in the '60s, you needed a Thingmaker to cook up the with this alliterative 2-word name
WHO'S YOUR DADDY COMPANY $200: Play-Doh, Playskool Toys, Parker Bros. games
DO IT YOURSELF $400: Especially to dads facing complex toys, it's been said the 3 most frightening words are "some" this "required"
TOYS & GAMES $200: More than 5 billion little green houses have been constructed for this board game since it was introduced in 1935
TOYS & GAMES $400: This game has a spinner with sections for right foot, right hand, left foot & left hand
TOYS & GAMES $600: This cheeky, fussy little engine seen is based on a real British train
TOYS & GAMES $800: Betty James named a classic toy this, a word meaning "stealthy, sleek & sinuous"
TOYS & GAMES $1000: Ms. Birdy will help if you adopt these plush pets with secret codes for use on the Internet
WEIRD WORDS $400: A quocker-wodger is a wooden one of these children's toys with strings
AMERICAN IDLE 2009 $600: Geoffrey the Giraffe from this company went toy shopping & bought struggling FAO Schwarz
Toys "R" Us
ARE YOU TOYING WITH ME? $2000: The Fly, the first pentop computer, is made by this company that "jumped" on the educational toys market
SPECIAL MONTHS $200: Since kids get lots of them then, it makes sense that this month is Safe Toys & Gifts Month
MADISON AVE. MENAGERIE $800: In 2001 Tom Hanks' brother Jim began voicing Geoffrey, spokes-giraffe for this children's play store
Toys "R" Us
CHARITY $800: Since 1947 this branch of the U.S. military has helped collect & distribute "Toys for Tots"
the Marine Corps
THE PREMATURE BURIAL $400: Among the items found in this boy king's tomb were bows & arrows, toys, games & jewelry
PAINTINGS $800: This creature toys with a bird in William Holman Hunt's painting of seduction "The Awakening Conscience"
MOVIE CALENDAR $800: Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King, delivers toys to kids in this Tim Burton film
The Nightmare Before Christmas
SANTA'S COMING $600: From the Toys "R" Us Xmas 2008 Hot Toys list, I wanna trike from this "soaring" co. known for its classic red wagon
RHYME FEST $800: A lidded box for toys or jewelry
CLASSIC TOYS $400: A Hungarian inventor is famous for this puzzling cube
the Rubik's Cube
CLASSIC TOYS $800: Peter Hodgson Sr. saw the appeal of synthetic rubber that bounced & sold it in a plastic egg under this name
CLASSIC TOYS $1200: "What walks down stairs, alone or in pairs... Everyone loves" this wonderful toy
CLASSIC TOYS $1600: For many adults, the scent of this soft Hasbro modeling compound is the smell of childhood
CLASSIC TOYS $2000: This doll first came out way back in 1915; Andy soon followed
TIME FOR LEFTOVERS $800: Fights broke out in U.S. stores in 1998 between shoppers trying to buy these talking, fuzzy Hasbro toys
MORGAN FREEMAN $800: () To answer your question, Jack...as Lucius Fox, it turns out I'm the one who gets this title guy "those wonderful toys" when he "begins"
THE MOVIES $800: Rainn Wilson co-stars in this 2007 film about what happens after 2 siblings find a mysterious box of toys
The Last Mimzy
MILITARY MATTERS $600: In 1911 French general Ferdinand Foch remarked that these "are interesting toys, but of no military value"
BUSINESS PEOPLE $1000: Ty Warner worked for Dakin before starting his own company & introducing this line of small plush toys in 1993
LONG LIVE THE KING $1200: On Dec. 26, 1957 Elvis donated thousands of these cute toys to the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis
-SCOPES $600: Collectors prize these cylindrical toys made by the Steven Manufacturing Company
FICTIONAL CHARACTERS $300 (Daily Double): The book about this title stuffed hare is subtitled "How Toys Become Real"
the Velveteen Rabbit
SPOKES-CHARACTERS $600: Geoffrey is this type of spokes-creature for Toys "R" Us
DISNEY MOVIE TAGLINES $400: "The toys are back in town"
Toy Story 2
HAD A DOG $400: One of Britain's most popular toys this breed of dog seen
a Yorkshire terrier
COMPANY SYMBOLS $1000: In the '30s Sinclair Oil used this Brontosaurus in its ads; inflatable toys & other promotions followed
ENGLISH LIT $1600: In a D.H. Lawrence short story, a young boy rides himself to death on a demonic one of these title toys
a rocking horse
TOYS AND GAMES $200: Miss Scarlet & Professor Plum are suspects in this classic whodunit game
TOYS AND GAMES $400: This plump doll with a top knot got its name from a pet form of "Cupid"
TOYS AND GAMES $600: Because of an allergy alert, one ingredient of this soft modeling compound that's not a secret is wheat
TOYS AND GAMES $800: When this brand was introduced in 1970, it was billed as the "first official indoor ball"
TOYS AND GAMES $1000: At the 1939 World's Fair, the Sawyer family introduced this stereo slide scope that gives 3-D views
YOU HAD TO EXPECT OPERA $400: We're not stringing you along: "El Retablo de Maese Pedro" is meant to be peformed by these toys
ADVERTISING MASCOTS $200: He's the giraffe mascot for Toys 'R Us
STAY ON THE GRASS $1000: In November 1988 President Reagan signed a law banning the sale of these outdoor toys in the U.S.
BALLET & OPERA $1200: Haydn wrote several operas for these stringed toys, but someone must be hidin' them; most of them are lost
puppets (or marionettes)
TOYS & GAMES $200: You win in this game by getting the rope with a sphere attached wrapped completely around the pole
TOYS & GAMES $400: Now called this, it was introduced around 1928 as Hop Ching checkers
TOYS & GAMES $600: Mattel has set this classic boxing toy in a video game ìarenaî
Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots
TOYS & GAMES $1000: The piece you try to capture in Stratego has one of these on it
TOYS & GAMES $3,000 (Daily Double): The name of this game that uses 144 small tiles comes from a word meaning ìsparrowsî
TOYS & GAMES $200: In Monopoly, 9 of these cards will get you some money; 1 will get you out of jail for free
TOYS & GAMES $400: Term for the hoops that croquet balls are driven through
TOYS & GAMES $600: It's the card game the British call patience
TOYS & GAMES $800: () Turin is a world center of this game, but it's also become popular as an import to America
TOYS & GAMES $1000: The rules he established for Whist back in 1760 were changed in 1864
KIDDY LIT $600: E.H. Shepard's illustrations for these stories set in the Hundred Acre Wood were modeled on actual toys
the Winnie the Pooh stories
TIME PERIODS $800: Long before "Toys in the Attic" Lillian Hellman wrote "The Children's" this
ANIMALS, ANIMALS, ANIMALS $2000: An arctophile collects these toys
QUOTABLE MOVIES $1000: 1989: "Where does he get those wonderful toys?"
TOYS & GAMES $200: Mr. Boddy is the victim whose murder you try to solve in this classic board game
TOYS & GAMES $400: Introduced as a doll for boys, this action figure was named after a 1945 WWII movie
TOYS & GAMES $600: It's the classic naval combat game from Milton Bradley
TOYS & GAMES $800: Lesney Products, a die-casting firm, experimented with making toys & this brand known for its miniature cars was born
TOYS & GAMES $1000: This cartoon girl is also a doll, seen here
Dora the Explorer
PLAY $800: Bandai introduced this society of monsters in cards & toys to compete with Pokemon
TOYS & GAMES $200: Ruth Handler named this doll, introduced in 1959 as a teenage fashion model, for her daughter
TOYS & GAMES $400: The name of this card game means "one" in Spanish
TOYS & GAMES $600: Harry, seen , is one of these collectibles
a Beanie Baby
TOYS & GAMES $800: Despite the name of this game, you don't have to apologize when you send another player's pawn back to the start
TOYS & GAMES $1000: If you roll 5 of a kind you've gotten this, the name of a dice game by Milton Bradley
CHRISTMAS $400: This novelty hit begins, "Christmas, Christmas time is near, time for toys and time for cheer"
"The Chipmunk Song"
think small $600: According to the AKC, Yorkshire Terriers, Pomeranians & Pugs belong to this dog group
THE FORTUNE 500 $200: 1 of the 2 manufacturing companies classified under "Toys" in the 500
1 of (Mattel and Hasbro)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $400: This company was founded in 1948 as the baby furniture & toy supermarket; its present name came in 1957
Toys "R" Us
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS $800: This chain owned by The Gap began selling its dog supply line of canine fashions, accessories & toys in 2001
I'M 18 & I LIKE IT $200: This Toys "R" Us offshoot has 18 candles on its cake
Kids "R" Us
IT'S "BIG" $500: Empire Toys' trikes for tykes
"GEO" PARTY! $500: Mr. Rush of "Quills", or Mr. Giraffe of Toys "R" Us
TOYS "R" THESE $100: Read N' Play Tommy Pickles is one of the toys based on this TV series
TOYS "R" THESE $200: A Hungarian inventor is famous for this puzzling cube
TOYS "R" THESE $300: Parker Bros. recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of this take-over-the-world board game
TOYS "R" THESE $400: This doll first came out way back in 1915; Andy soon followed
TOYS "R" THESE $500: Model maker that merged with Monogram; the company sells about 50% of all the kits sold in the U.S.
BALLET $400: "Coppelia" is subtitled "The Girl with Enamel Eyes" because Coppelia is one of these toys
TO YOUR HEALTH $500: 2-word phrase for a conditioning exercise or for toys that are made to dance by pulling a string
TOYS ARE US $100: Peter Hodgson Sr. saw the appeal of synthetic rubber that bounced & sold it in a plastic egg under this name
TOYS ARE US $200: Interestingly, this Sanrio character seen here has no mouth
TOYS ARE US $300: Nintendo's N64 lets you sample 5 PGA courses with a cyber version of this real golfer born in 1975
TOYS ARE US $400: For many adults, the sweet scent of this soft modeling compound is the smell of childhood
TOYS ARE US $500: "What walks down stairs, alone or in pairs...everyone loves" this wonderful toy
TOYS FOR BOYS $100: Decorate your den with an NBA retired number banner, like this team's featuring Walt Frazier & Willis Reed
New York Knicks
TOYS FOR BOYS $200: This container is named for its purpose of keeping cigar tobacco moist
TOYS FOR BOYS $300: True Temper distributes golf clubs with shafts of this metal named for mighty Greek gods
TOYS FOR BOYS $400: If your office has burl walnut trim, you might want to get this company's XK8 Coupe to match it
TOYS FOR BOYS $500: The Flavorizer Bar is a feature of this company's Genesis Platinum gas grill
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES $200: On March 3, Girls' Day in Japan, girls set up elaborate displays of these toys in their homes
GIRAFFES $100: Geoffrey the Giraffe is the mascot of this store
Toys "R" Us
ANAGRAMMED MUSICALS $400: "Stew Rides Toys"
West Side Story
CLASSIC TOYS $100: In 1954 Lesney Products issued its first 4 tiny die-cast cars in this line
CLASSIC TOYS $200: This classic toy company has "block"ed out a new area with its Mindstorms robotic kits
CLASSIC TOYS $300: Introduced in 1916 on the heels of Erector sets & Tinkertoys, they were the "Wright" building material
CLASSIC TOYS $400: Daisy's X2-31 Disintegrator gun of 1934 was for kids playing this 25th century hero
CLASSIC TOYS $500: In the 1970s this device that uses light bulbs to cook was redesigned to look like a microwave
"T"HEATER $600: This Lillian Hellman play focuses on spinster sisters Carrie & Anna
Toys in the Attic
LITERARY BEFORE & AFTER $1000: "Cantos" poet's Saturday morning cartoon series based on stuffed dog toys
"Ezra Pound Puppies"
TOYS IN THE GARAGE $100: This kind of doll is also known as a wishnik & peewee/heewee
TOYS IN THE GARAGE $200: Rodents, beware, when this game is played!
TOYS IN THE GARAGE $300: "Piece" together your memory of this insect toy, seen here
TOYS IN THE GARAGE $400: You might go "ape" playing this classic game seen here
Barrel of Monkeys
TOYS IN THE GARAGE $500: Rhyming name of the "brilliant" toy seen here
WRITERS' PRIVATE LIVES $1000: This "Kiss The Girls" author also wrote the jingle "I don't want to grow up, I'm a Toys 'R' Us kid"
JAPAN $500: The annual Hinamatsuri, a festival of these toys, honors young girls & wishes them happiness
TOYS IN THE ATTIC $100: (Famous red-squared, shakeable drawing toy)
TOYS IN THE ATTIC $200: ("Stereophonic" device used to watch pictures on reels)
TOYS IN THE ATTIC $300: (Toy that's a "knockout")
Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots
TOYS IN THE ATTIC $400: (Remove an ailment carefully or you'll get buzzed)
TOYS IN THE ATTIC $500: (Tap your mallet carefully on the "frozen water blocks" and...)
Don't Break the Ice
MORE CELEBRITY RHYME TIME $200: Aikman's playthings
"STUFF" $100: Beanie Babies & teddy bears are types of these toys
RETAILERS' HOME STATES $500: A&P, Toys "R" Us, Pathmark
STATE CAPITALS $300: This city boasts museums devoted to toys, beverage containers & Hank Williams Jr.
TOYMAKERS $400: Playmobil toys were introduced by this country's Geobra Brandstatter in 1974
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $600: In 1992 Playskool overhauled this toy by replacing its wooden rods & spools with plastic parts
wee folk $100: These tiny creatures love to dance, but Santa prefers that they make toys
MUSICAL THEATRE $400: "March of the Toys" is from "Babes In Toyland" & "March of the Siamese Children" is from this musical
"The King And I"
CRAZY PHRASES $300: These toys represent one's common sense; don't "lose" them
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $300: Some of this toy retailer's stores have in-store specialty shops, including the Lego Store & The Learning Center
Toys "R" Us
CORPORATE AMERICA $400: This toy retailer opened its first franchise store in Dubai, United Arab Emirates in 1995
Toys R Us
MUSIC POTPOURRI $600: A naughty child's toys rebel against him in this "Bolero" composer's opera "L'Enfant et Les Sortileges"
ANIMALS $400: The Silky & Yorkshire breeds of this dog are classified as toys
ENGLISH LITERATURE $600: He based many of his children's stories on his son Christopher Robin & the boy's stuffed toys
HITS OF THE 1960s $500: In 1964 she sang "You don't own me, I'm not just one of your many toys"
TOYS & GAMES $200: D. Gottlieb ws the company that introduced the first one with ìflippersî in 1947
TOYS & GAMES $400: If you can do the ìsleeperî or go ìwalking the dogî, you're proficient with this toy
TOYS & GAMES $600: The word game in which the loser goes to the gallows
TOYS & GAMES $800: This ancient game, played with ìstonesî, is called trictrac in French
TOYS & GAMES $1000: The name of this game is from the Latin for ìthe Lordî
TOYS & GAMES $100: If you want to be a wizard on this machine, use a lot of body English & be careful not to tilt
TOYS & GAMES $200: Board game with 225 spaces & 100 tiles
TOYS & GAMES $300: At the start of a game of checkers, each player has this many pieces
COMIC BOOKS $100: In addition to toys & a cartoon series, this comedy cop school series has spawned a Marvel comic
THEATER $200: "Toys in the Attic" & "A Streetcar Named Desire" are both set in this city
ADVERTISING SLOGANS $500: This maker of pre-school toys says, "Our work is child's play"
TOYS & GAMES $100: In most sets of checkers, half the men are red or white & half are this color
TOYS & GAMES $200: An object of the game Early Birds is to catch the orange ones & avoid the green ones
TOYS & GAMES $400: Other stanzas of this kids' singing game are "Build it up with iron bars" & "Get a man to watch all night"
TOYS & GAMES $500: Madame Alexander is famous for making this type of toy
BIOLOGY $800: To figure out its structure, Watson & Crick used the scientific equivalent of Tinker Toys
PLAYTIME $200: In 1977, Kenner sold gift certificates for toys based on this sci-fi film since the toys didn't exist yet
CATS & DOGS $300: The Pekingese, Chihuahua, & Tonka's "Pound Puppies" fall under this classification of dogs
ALPHABET SOUP $600: Letter reversed in the name of what a giraffe calls "The World's Biggest Toystore"
TOYS & GAMES $100: Parker Bros, has made balls, boomerangs & ping pong paddles out of this soft material
Nerf (or foam rubber)
TOYS & GAMES $200: As scissors beats paper, so paper beats this
rock (or a stone)
TOYS & GAMES $300: Total number of dots on the highest standard domino
TOYS & GAMES $400: Thrown out by G.E. in 1949, this stretchy stuff became a national fad
TOYS & GAMES $500: Said to be a be a weapon in the Philippines, Duncan made them toys for the U.S.
TOYS & GAMES $100: Number of pockets on a pool table
TOYS & GAMES $200: Color that always has opening move in chess
TOYS & GAMES $300: Versions of this board game take place in London, Madrid, & Atlantic City
TOYS & GAMES $400: Binney & Smith makes them in 64 colors
TOYS & GAMES $500: She's been a teenage fashion model for over 25 years
TOYS & GAMES $100: Popular doll that comes with adoption papers
a Cabbage Patch Kid
TOYS & GAMES $200: In Monopoly, the corner between Boardwalk & Mediterranean
TOYS & GAMES $300: To play this, you need wickets, mallets and wooden balls
TOYS & GAMES $400: "Spit in the ocean" is a variety of this card game
TOYS & GAMES $500: It's a tied game in chess
TOYS: Invented in 1943, this toy was flung over tree branches by soldiers in Vietnam & used as a makeshift radio antenna
TOYS: Original sets of this toy that was first sold in 1918 included plans for building Uncle Tom's Cabin
TOYS: In 1963 sculptor Phil Kraczkowski was paid $600 to design this Hasbro toy's original head
TOYS & GAMES: 12-year-old David Mullany gave this toy its name, a euphemism for striking out in baseball
TOYS & GAMES: It was inspired by support for economist Henry George's idea that only land should be taxed
TOYS & GAMES: The world champion at this game gets $15,140, the amount of money in it
CLASSIC TOYS: In response to anti-tobacco protests, this toy gave up its attachable pipe in 1987
Mr. Potato Head
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: McDonald's' 2 most successful promotional campaigns both involved these Happy Meal toys
TOYS: While making a torsion meter, an engineer got the idea for this classic toy
CHARITIES: Major Bill Hendricks, a Warner Bros. publicist, founded this holiday charity in 1947
Toys for Tots
TOYS: This Co.'s 4-letter name is from Danish meaning "play well"; coincidentally, in Latin it means "I put together"
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