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#476 Pop-Up Rooster
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1936-1936

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Description: Among the very first 16 toys made by Fisher-Price in 1931 were the ever popular Pop-Up Kritters (Patented October 5, 1926-No. 1,601,983) that are made of bead and string construction allowing the Kritter to spring to life when the strings are pulled tightly, squirm and sway around as the strings are loosened, and laying flat when the strings are loosened all the way. Pop-Up Kritters are mounted on a paddle and the control strings have metal loops on the end to allow easy maneuvering. Five years after the first Pop-Up Kritters were released, a new Kritter was added to the line in the form of a rooster for the 1936 Easter season.
Accessories:
  • FPT4232 - Rooster made of wooden beads. He has a 50-pound test fish line through the middle, he pops up when the string is pulled, goes limp when released. The rooster is mounted on a wooden guitar-shaped paddle.
Variations: None.
Other Information:
  • Model number does not appear on toy.
  • This was sold only during the Easter season.
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