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80'S BARGAINS OF THE DAY


TOYS
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NERF
NERFULS
NOSY BEARS
OMNIBOT 2000
PEANUTS
PEE WEE HERMAN
PENNY RACERS
PILLOW PEOPLE
PLAY-DOH PLAY SETS
POCKET CARS
POCKET ROCKERS
POGO BALL
POLICE ACADEMY
POLLY POCKETS
POOCHIE
POPOIDS
POPPLES
POUND PUPPIES
POUND PURRIES
POWER LORDS
POWER RANGERS
PUFFALUMPS
PULSAR ACTION FIGURE
PRECIOUS PLACES
PUNKY BREWSTER


PLAY-DOH PLAY SETS


Follow this link for more Play-Doh toys!
 

We all know that Play-Doh existed well before the 80ís, but considering that it was probably part of your 80ís childhood, we thought we would include a page about it.  Play-Doh started in the 1930ís as a compound for cleaning coal compounds from wallpaper, but by the 1950ís, it had been reworked and turned into an educational toy.  Play-Doh is essentially an innocuous mix of water, salt, flour, and a couple of other ingredients that makes for a fabulous modeling compound.  In the 1970ís and 1980ís, a number of Fun Factory sets could be used with Play-Doh to make a number of fun shapes.  For example, the Play-Doh Fuzzy Bumper Barber & Beauty Shop was released in 1977.  Play-Doh could be squeezed out of the top of a figurineís head as hair, and then subsequently styled and cut.  Other sets included the Fun Factory, Mop Top Hair Shop, and Make-a-Meal.  

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