The Best Selling Toys of All-Time... What was your favorite?

Here's the list of the top selling toys over the past five decades...

Which one of these was your favorite and do you remember when you got it or who you got it for?


Grand Champion: The Barbie Doll

Honorable Mentions to:
Action Man
Hot Wheels
Dr Who and the Daleks figures
Corgi’s James Bond Aston Martin


Grand Champion: Legos

Honorable Mentions:
The Space Hopper
Airfix’s Weebles
Movie spinoff action figures from Star Wars, Jaws, Superman and The Six Million Dollar Man.
Dungeon and Dragons board games
Atari’s Pong, the first-ever video game


Grand Champion: Atari Console

Honorable Mentions:
Fantasy toys like Sylvanian Families, My Little Pony, Care Bears and the Smurfs
Cabbage Patch Kids
Action Figures from Masters of the Universe and Transformers
Rubik's Cube
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Mattel’s Big Yellow Teapot


Grand Champion: The Gameboy

Honorable Mentions:
Buzz Lightyear action figures from the Toy Story movie
Thunderbirds’ reissued and revamped Tracy Island
Beanie Babies and Polly Pocket
K'nex construction kits
Pokemon trading cards
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers


Grand Champion: Wii

Honorable Mentions:
Bratz dolls
Ultra-lifelike dolls like Baby Annabell
Animatronic toys like Robosapien and Roboraptor
Hi-tech remote control toys like the Flytech Dragonfly
The ever-popular Top Trumps
Kiddie computers like the Dora the Explorer Laptop
Electronic puzzle games like 20Q
Old-favourite board games like Scrabble and Monopoly
Merchandise from the Harry Potter films

What was your favorite?

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Lego's By Far :D I had a whole mini city ... but then i moved and it all got throw in box's and most likely did a few hundred 360's... I opened the box's... and Godzilla walked in :( haha
G.I. Joe, Johnny West, Major Matt Mason, and any of the dozens of toy guns were my beloved toys,(1960's). Also, I had a lot of Batman (Tv series) and Lost in Space toys. I also had a hand me down Johnny Seven hi tech Vietnam era automatic rifle/machine gun set from my older brothers that had a cool helmet with a built in walkie talkie inside. Sorry, I can't narrow down the list any further. Building a model and then using the high powered fireworks that were so much easier to get back then to blow them up was a crowdpleaser.
haha damn it! I totally forgot about GI joe! That is right up there with lego's. I had the super fortress of doom haha! It is really good to remember those old toys! I can't believe I totally forgot about GI joe! You know! I think... they are making either a live action GI joe Movie or a 3d one... been awhile since I have heard anything.
I would say Lego as well. I had endless fun creating my own space stations and stuff with every bit of lego I had (and there was a lot). I moved a lot as a child so I had to do it a few times, but that was cool because you always came out with something different.



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