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#175 Kicking Donkey
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1937-1938

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Description: The Kicking Donkey is a very lively active Donkey. When pulled by his pull cord, the donkey follow behind his master kicking his back legs way up and grunting a realistic "hee-haw"!
Accessories:
  • FPT4077 - Orangish-yellow wooden donkey with a green painted back and neck and with paper lithographs on the sides of a colorful Mexican blanket on donkey's back and a happy smiling donkey face. Donkey has 2 black rubber ears, a black rope tail, and four separate wooden legs. The front legs are attached to wide red wooden wheels and the back legs are attached to small red wooden wheels with rubber edges for traction. When pulled, donkey leans forward, kicks his back legs way up in the air, makes a "hee-haw" sound, then goes back down on all 4 legs. Has a metal V-shaped wire attached to the front wheel axles to attach the pull string. Measures 10-1/2" long, 9" high, 5" wide.
Variations: None.
Other Information:
  • 1937 retail price was $1.00.
  • Patent No. 1,604,663.
  • This is the very first Fisher-Price toy with a "hee-haw" voice.
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