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Rock'em Sock'em Robots! Turned 42 this year and my little brother bought these for my birthday. How cool is that?

My brother, Scott, wanted this so much. Every Christmas present he opened he said, "This is my Rockin Sockem Robot. Right?" My mom was so upset that she hadn't gotten it!

Originally manufactured by the Marx Toy Company in 1964, Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots pits two mechanically controlled robot in a fight to see who can knock the other’s head off. Sold in the UK as “Raving Bonkers” the robots dominated every young boys wish list for much of the 60’s and 70’s.

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Weebles, Sea Wees, Spirograph & other hot toys from the 70s & 80s

Classic Toys from the 70s and 80s! #spon

The History of the Lite-Brite Toy Did you ever own a Lite-Brite as a child? It had colorful light designs that we could sit and create for hours. The Lite-Brite has been around since the late 60's. Learn how this special toy became a favorite part of our childhood. http://voices.yahoo.com/the-history-lite-brite-toy-10658593.html

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Romper Stomper Playskool Hasbro classic vintage RARE 80's toy with original box

totally forgot about these!

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Hungry Hungry Hippos

The Hippos in the original Hungry Hungry Hippos game all had proper names. | 10 Weird Board Game Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

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'Twilight's Taylor Lautner out of 'Stretch Armstrong'

Who didn't have a Stretch Armstrong?My brother's favorite.