Childhood Toys From The Year 1963 including Walking Moon Explorer, Troll Dolls, Spy Detector Game, Digital Computer in plastic, Circle Action and more with prices and descriptions
Featured Toys on this page Bozo the Clown Talking Doll, Casper the Ghost, Indianapolis 500 Racer, Troll Dolls and many more from the 1960sThe prices shown for these Toys are the price they were sold for in 1963 not today
Big Loo Moon Robot
Description This Moon Robot is over three feet tall and says ten different things. One of his arms fires plastic balls and the other arm picks things up. His base launches rockets and has a compass, while his chest shoots darts and squirts water. He has lighted eyes that blink.
Bozo the Clown Talking Doll
Description Wears a blue and white polka dot suit and has rooted bright red hair. Pull his chatty ring to hear a number of phrases.
Casper the Ghost
Description This talking Casper the Ghost says one of eleven phrases every time you pull his chatty ring. He has a stuffed body covered with white rayon plush and a plastic face. As technology became cheaper Toys in the 1960s reflected this by becoming more interactive
Circle Action Car
Description It makes pre-set circular turns and has lanterns that really work.
Description The first operating Digital Computer in plastic. This binary computer multiplies, compares, processes data and does much more. Comes with a complete manual that explains scientific problems behind modern electronic brain.
Indianapolis 500 Racer
Description Just give it a push and it speeds straight ahead. When it roars to a stop, turn key at side and racer raises off the ground.
Description Irresistible plastic pull toy, completely feminine with long lashes and cherry-bedecked straw sombrero. Has dog house, wagon, play dog biscuits, feeding fish, fire hydrant.
Other Years With with an additional 20 plus examples
Little Miss Echo
Manufacturer: American Character Dolls
Description Can you imagine anything more fun than a doll that repeats everything you say to her? She has a magnetic tape recorder built right in. She has plastic jointed arms, legs, and head. Her rooted hair can be combed.
Guerrilla Poncho Gun Set
Description Guerrilla Issue set includes camouflaged 50-shot machine gun that fires bursts or single shots. Made of plastic and metal. Comes with camouflaged poncho, flexible knife with scabbard, and "Special Operations" beret with insignia.
Musical TV Phonograph
Description Listen to the music-box sound of "Skip to my Lou" and watch the children dancing happily on the revolving screen in bright colors. Comes with three records in storage slot.
Shrinking Violet Doll
Description Pull her chatty ring and she says eleven different phrases. She is the lovable star of TV's "The Funny Company".
Spy Detector Game
Description An enemy agent has stolen our secret rocket fuel formula. Round up 24 witness suspects and examine their testimony to see if answers are true or false. Analyze all the clues and accuse one of them of being the spy. Unmask the guilty one and you're promoted. Become Top Secret Agent and win. A different suspect is guilty every time. For two to four players.
Tiny Chatty Babies
Price: $6.99 each
Description Precious Tiny Chatty Baby cuddles up to you and talk in a doll-like voice with a gentle pull of the chatty ring and says darling things. Baby has open and shut eyes and jointed arms and legs. Made of plastic and soft vinyl.
Price: $1.44 each
Description These pot-bellied and bow-legged Trolls need you for a friend. Choose from Bride, Groom, Nurse, or Indian Chief.
Description Have hours of fun and entertainment by making plastic models of many small objects. Make planes, boats, cars, signs, decorations, comic buttons, and your own molds.
Description He bends, moves his arms up and down, picks things up as his hands come together, all by remote control.
Walking Moon Explorer
Description Visit outer space. Press button on missile-shaped control box and the explorer move forward, antenna revolves, cockpit lights up. Press another button and the door opens and spaceman floats out.
You Don't Say Game
Description Play in pairs like the TV show. Give your partner up to three clues by using incomplete sentences. If he guesses three names, your team wins money and a chance to play the Bonus Board for more money.