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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Mickey Goes Hollywood

Here are a few examples of toys created for the well-made (and now very collectable) line of toys called Hollywood Mickey. Made by Arco Toys (later purchased by Mattel) in 1989, these delightful toys were produced to tie-in with the opening of Disney's Hollywood Studios (the called Disney-MGM Studios) at Walt Disney World Resort. Dig that awesome Hollywood Mickey logo. John Loter, I bet you were behind that logo (and these toys)!

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