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#499 Kitty Bell
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1950-1951

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Description: The Kitty Bell, introduced in 1950, featured a new and exclusive action. When pulled, kitty moves his arms up and down to play with the spinning red ball in front of him. The ball strikes a large nickle bell each time it goes around.
Accessories:
  • FPT4256 - Blue rectangular wooden platform with a large nickle bell on the front, a red ball in the center with white painted lines on the top, and a wooden cut-out cat on the back. The cat has paper lithographs on both sides of a yellow and orange cat with black stripes, green eyes, and a red bow tie around it's neck. The cat has 2 seperate movable wooden arms with paper lithographs on both sides of yellow and orange cat arms with black stripes. When the toy is pulled, the cat's arms move up and down, the red ball spins, and the ball strike the bell ech time it spins around. The platform rolls on 4 yellow wooden wheels. Measures 8" long, 7" high, and 4" wide.
Variations: None.
Other Information:
  • Patent Pending.
  • Copyright Fisher-Price Toy, Inc.
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