First introduced in 1959, the Fisher-Price TV Radio has delighted children for generations. Wind the knob to hear the endearing Farmer-in-the-Dell melody while whimsical scenes scroll across the window of the brightly lithographed case.
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I was so excited to find this "vintage" toy. My 7 month old grand daughter has been playing with a similar one (plays "Somewhere Over the Rainbow"--purchased in 1986?) but after 26 years it only works sporadically.
This one is wonderful and the baby Loves it. Always reaching for it and trying to turn the knob to make the music work.
Fisher Price Classic Toy TV-Radio
Posted 12/20/2010 by LStokes
Our granddaughter loved to play with the 45ish year old version that I had from my childhood. I didn't imagine that I would ever find it for her - I figured it was just one of those things that I would explain we needed to be very gentle with because it was VERY old. I was so excited when I found it at Fat Brain Toys. Even in this digital age - good old fashioned simplicity is enjoyed by a 1 1/2 year old. Although she can't wind it herself yet - it is a common toy that she takes out of the toy box and brings to us to wind. She loves the spring antenna, watches the pictures "spin", and dances to the music Hopefully she will be able to share it with her grandchildren.
Classic Radio Toy Excellent Choice
Posted 12/13/2010 by John Waldron
I'm a grandfather, so naturally I was attracted to this classic toy. I remember giving the wind-up radio toy to my daughter going way back to 1975. It was a gem then and a gem now. It is for my grandson who enjoys the music and wathcing the story book characters goes around as the music is played.
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