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Fisher Price Classic TV Radio

  • The original 1959 Fisher TV Radio is back
  • Wind the knob to hear the endearing Farmer-in-the-Dell melody
  • Whimiscal scenes scroll across the window during the tune
  • Brightly lithographed case with 50's and 60's era graphics
  • Classics from yesteryear for kids of today
It's the Farmer-in-the-Dell! Introduced in 1966, the Fisher-Price Two Tune Music Box TV has been stimulating the eyes and ears of children for generations. Just wind the knob to hear the melody while whimsical scenes scroll across the window. Since 1930, Fisher-Price has been in business to create toys that fascinate and stimulate a child's imagination.

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Fisher Price Classic TV Radio


Fisher Price Classic Record Player

  • The original 1971 Fisher Price Change-A-Record Music Box, or otherwise known as the Fisher Price Record Player, is back
  • An endearing classic
  • Features 10 songs on 5 records
  • Playable records store conveniently inside the record player
  • Handy carrying handle for tunes on the go
The Fisher Price Change-A-Record Music Box, more commonly known as the Fisher Price Record Player, is a favorite among those who played with it as a child. Originally introduced in 1971, this endearing classic is now available again. Complete with "playable" records that store conveniently inside the record player and a carrying handle for tunes on the go Features 10 songs on 5 records. Ages 18 months and up.

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  1. CKE says:
    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A Musical Toy that doesn’t need batteries!, August 31, 2011
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    This review is from: Fisher Price Classic TV Radio (Toy)

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    The Vintage Fisher Price TV Radio is a classic toy that has spanned generations. This wind-up toy plays “The Farmer and the Dell” and scrolls through scenes of the song. It is kind of cool that my daughter can play with a toy that spans through the generations. I also think it is important that our daughter has a few toys that don’t require batteries.

    A few other notes abut the Vintage Fisher Price Radio TV

    - A fun and durable toy – not much here that can break
    - For a wind-up toy it sounds great, “The Farmer in the Dell” as never sounded better!
    - The words for the song are on the back of the radio
    - Plenty of things that click and make fun sounds
    - It really does look like an old school radio
    - Little fingers may have a hard time turning/winding the dial

    Final verdict – The only issue I have is that I think I like this toy a little more than our daughter. She will play with it for a few minutes and then move on to some of her more modern toys.

    4 Stars

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  2. violetcooks says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I wish I would have bought this when my kid was younger, January 21, 2011
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    I wish that this toy was more widely distributed. It is so cute for a smaller child- like 18 months old or so. My kid is 2 1/2 and I bought the radio thinking that it had more than one song on it andmore to do. It plays “Farmer in the Dell” only. He likes it okay, but he’s going to get sick of it really, really fast. I think that this would be a fantastic present for a one year old’s birthday or Christmas.

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  3. Marywhite333 says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Simple But Enjoyable, July 15, 2011
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    Purchased this for my 13 month old granddaughter. She absolutely loves it. Although it does only play one song, she is entertained with it and waits patiently for the pictures to scroll by. She loves the handle so she can carry it around.

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  4. DT says:
    557 of 560 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not the same toy! But still fun and nostalgic…, September 8, 2010
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    = Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:2.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Fisher Price Classic Record Player (Toy)
    My parents still have my 30 year old music box record player and it still works great — so we were pleased when someone gave us this new “classic” version as a gift for our boys. It does have a similar look and feel, but if you really want the original be warned that this is not the same toy. Engineering analysis follows below. As a toy though, the kids love it and it is reasonably durable. They will need help operating it when younger but it does give them that sense of tactile control of the music that the original was renowned for.

    I was perplexed as to why this needed batteries and why the discs looked different than I remembered though, so I took a closer look yesterday at it:

    The original player had a real music box in the record player “head”, and the bumps on the discs would strike the teeth of the music box, producing the notes, which echoed in the box chamber. The discs turned via manual wind-up. A brilliant re-imagining of the music box in a record player format, not unlike a real record player in how it worked, and a highly cherished toy.

    Evidently someone realized that it was far less expensive to use a 25 cent memory chip and a speaker instead of all those mechanical parts (study though they were), so the new player works as follows:

    - The record head has four pressable buttons which line up with four ridge positions on the discs
    - Each disc no longer has “bumps” for notes, but instead simply has a combination of four continuous ridges
    - The memory chip identifies which disc is being played by the ridges depressing the buttons
    - The wind-up still turns the disc manually, but all it does is tell the speaker to play while turning.

    So, if no ridge being present is 0, and a ridge is 1, then Humpty Dumpty might be 0-1-0-1 while London Bridge might be 1-1-1-0 and so on. Hence the appearance of the discs.

    You don’t really need the disc at alls – just wind it up (so the chip knows the music is “on”), and press the buttons under the head with your fingers to activate different songs.

    All of this is invisible to toddlers, of course, but adults may miss the faster and slower variations of the original and be annoyed at having to now use three batteries in what was once a battery-less toy.

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  5. Penelope says:
    114 of 118 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not like the original, September 6, 2010
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    = Durability:1.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:1.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:1.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Fisher Price Classic Record Player (Toy)
    I was so excited to see this record player reissued as I loved this toy while growing up. Ultimately, I purchased at at a brick and mortar store after waiting for it to become available through amazon.com. Beware, it is not of the same quality as the original, nor is it as durable. Gone are the music box tines from the original, replaced with most likely a memory chip (if you have the old records, you will be unable to use them with this player). The record player has also stopped in the middle of playing multiple times despite using fresh batteries, and the machine being properly wound. For a better sense of nostalgia, you would be better served finding a vintage one at a garage sale or elsewhere online.

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  6. Trinity says:
    83 of 91 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not worth it, November 20, 2010
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    Trinity

    = Durability:2.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:2.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Fisher Price Classic Record Player (Toy)
    We bought this product for our daughter for her second birthday because both my wife and I had the original as kids. The new product is far inferior to the original and here’s why: 1) The new product is NOT a music box like the original. 2) Because of #1, the new product requires batteries. 3) My Aunt still has one of the original products and it has better sound! Yes, 40 years later and the music box sounds better than the cheap digital recording. 4) You still have to “wind” the new toy (I won’t call it a music box because its not) just to make the “record” spin even though all sound is electronic. 5) The switch to start/stop the music has a cheap feel and sometimes doesn’t work. Finally……this product costs $29.99 at Meijer so DON’T PAY $59.99 on line!!!! Bottom line, I am returning this product in favor of buying an original on e-bay. Thanks for a ruining another childhood favorite!

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