Remember The Classic Fisher-Price Music Box Record Player? It’s Back!


The Fisher-Price Music Box™ Record Player was a huge hit 30 years ago and is on it’s way back into stores! This toy will be making its retail debut exclusively in Target Stores beginning August 2010.

This iconic toy was first introduced by Fisher-Price in 1971, and the latest version will feature a classic wind-up mechanism that plays the records as they spin around the turntable. Each player comes complete with five individual records featuring 10 songs (two songs per record), and features a convenient compartment for storing the records and built-in handle for tunes on the go.

Beautifully designed, with vintage graphics and a retro color palette, the Fisher-Price Music Box™ Record Player appeals not only to those who remember it as a child, but to all who love the simplicity and styling of the era.

Featured songs include:

  • Humpty Dumpty
  • Jack and Jill
  • Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
  • Farmer In the Dell
  • Where Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone
  • London Bridge
  • Camptown Races
  • Children’s Marching Song (This Old Man)
  • Hickory Dickory Dock
  • Au Clair De La Lune

Recommended for children ages 18 months and up, the Fisher-Price Music Box™ Record Player is beautifully designed with a retro color palette and vintage graphics, providing toddlers with hours of pretend play fun, while strengthening fine motor skills and increasing cognitive skills through song.

Source: Basic Fun


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  1. Catie

    December 17, 2010 at 1:44 pm

    I have an original and it winds up. It is not battery operated and works very well. They could have stayed with that design.

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