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440075ec97 Originally introduced in 1971 by Disney, it was redesigned and rebranded as the Fisher Price Movie Viewer in 1973 but was also sold under various brand names over its lifetime including Action Films, Fisher Price, Corgi/Mettoy, Mothercare, World Wildlife Fund, Red Cross, Disney, Mupi and Bandai. TV shows like Sesame Street were also well-represented, and later, feature films like Disneys The Black Hole would make their way to the cartridge library.Taking things to the next level, Fisher-Price released a Theater Viewer in 1978, so you could finally watch cartridges with friends, thanks to a backlit screen. Theses are Disney Movies, a couple with stickers, 3 without. The Movie Viewer, geared for 3-10 year-olds was a simple but nifty device.Looking a bit more like a crme colored ray gun than a movie camera, the front of the device accepted cartridges that you could buy separately, each containing a short film clip. Reply Bradley says: July 5, 2012 at 2:03 pmwow.I had one of these. Vintage Fisher Price Movie Viewer (#460) + Sesame Street Alphabet (#489) $10.95Buy It NowComes exactly as shown, viewer works great.
My girlfriend just picked up lonesome ghosts and a viwer at a yard sale, and it prompted me to look these up on ebay and google it and saw it on your website ( which incidentally i have been to many times before). .. ^ Spehr, Paul C. Someone remembers that there was also one for doing a Breast Self Exam& Reply Jessie says: May 17, 2012 at 5:34 pmI remember having one of these available to me through a friend or family member when I was a kid. In 1977 the cassette was changed to The Rescuers. Anyone got any other suggestion, aside from buying a replacement viewer? Reply Ricardo says: December 3, 2012 at 2:14 amI absolutely loved this when I was a kid, my parents threw it away as it became trash and I moved out, and would love to have one now and show it to my daughter. This toy is matched in coolness only by the tiny Sneak Previews toy that used a single AA battery and played short film clips at a respectable and consistent frame rate, and the Voltron Japanese anime circular cartridge among the 6 clips I still have for this toy.