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Fisher Price Sesame Street

Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by Pug Lover, Dec 5, 2005.

  1. Pug Lover

    Pug Lover Well-Known Member

    Remember the Fisher Price Play Family toy sets?I have a special book titled"Fisher Price Toys/A Pictorial Price Guide To The More Popular Toys".It is filled with all the many varieties of Fisher Price Toys,including the Play Family sets that came with miniature toy figures.Two of them are Sesame Street Play Family sets.
    Sesame Street Clubhouse is a miniature clubhouse with slides and a tire swing.It came with miniature action figure incarnations of Big Bird,Ernie,Bert,Grover,Roosevelt Franklin and The Count.
    The other Play Family set,simply named Sesame Street,is a miniature Fisher Price version of the trademark streetscape of Sesame Street.
    Complete with mini action figure incarnations of:
    Big Bird
    Oscar The Grouch
    Cookie Monster
    Extra figures include:
    Herry Monster
    Sherlock Hemlock
    Prairie Dawn
  2. Tim Kelly

    Tim Kelly Well-Known Member

    I still have my Cookie Monster from that playset, and a few years ago I won a bunch of the figures on ebay for my daughter. I know that Roosevelt Franklin was one of them, but I forget the others. And the nurse at her school has the playset in her office, but I don't know if it still has any of the figures!
  3. KermieBaby47

    KermieBaby47 Well-Known Member

    I've been looking at these alot on eBay the past few weeks. You're talking about the old school Little People we all grew up with right?

    They're freakin' awesome man! I'm hoping that next year I'll be able to aquire a complete collection through several auctions, but there's no way I'd bid on any of that stuff around Christmas!
  4. superfan

    superfan Well-Known Member

    I have the apartment, Gordon, Susan and Mr.Hooper.
    If I ever found the complete set (not on ebay, I'm not able to do that) in a second hand store (ie Value Village) I think I may just collapse in utter joy.
  5. BEAR

    BEAR Well-Known Member

    Does the apartment building open up and does it have four little sections for (I think) Hooper's Store, Ernie and Bert's room, a kitchen, and something else? Is there an Oscar that pops up if you push a little button on the sidewalk? I have that playset.
  6. Pino

    Pino Well-Known Member

    I have them almost complete.. but for a guy in europe its quit expensive to buy and ship them from the states... :(
  7. mikebennidict

    mikebennidict Well-Known Member

    I wonder what the human cast thought about themselves being FP Little People?
  8. Censored

    Censored Well-Known Member

    Ah, now we're talking about one of my favorite vintage Sesame Street toy sets!

    One slight correction: Herry Monster, Sherlock Hemlock, Prairie Dawn, and Snuffy did not come with either set. They were sold separately on a blister card.

    It was a delightful line of Sesame Street toys from the great vintage Fisher Price Little People line. I've collected all of those Sesame little folks (for a large sum. LOL)
  9. Censored

    Censored Well-Known Member

    Actually, that's not the Fisher Price Little People Sesame Street set. It's another Sesame Street set from a different toy line; I'm not sure which one. There were actually several miniature Sesame Street sets made throughout the years by different toy companies. I'm not sure if there are any current sets on the market though.
  10. Pino

    Pino Well-Known Member

    I once saw a set that was conected with the fingerpuppets from the jim henson company set... Like the vintage handpuppets you had plastic fingerpuppets. And with these items you could buy a house with funny things like oscar popping out of his trashcan!
  11. Camellia

    Camellia Well-Known Member

    Sesame Street Fisher Price Little People

    hi, what do these figures usually cost at eBay? Which ones seem most rare?

  12. Censored

    Censored Well-Known Member

    The most rare and pricey ones seem to be the four that were sold separately from the sets: Herry, Prairie, Sherlock, and Snuffy. Of course, they're all vintage , so any could go high in a bidding war on eBay. Grover also seems to be difficult to find with no damage to his face. I would start off looking for some of the more common ones like Ernie, Bert, Cookie, etc. and work my way up from there. You might want to go to eBay and take a look and also see what some of them have gone for in recent auctions passed. Also, I have some friends who sell some Little People and I can ask if they have any Sesame Street ones for sale.

    Good Luck!
  13. Censored

    Censored Well-Known Member

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  15. Pino

    Pino Well-Known Member

    I love what you done with your fisherpirce ... Thats humor!!!
    I notice you ues also a dad for louis... right? Or what is that name again from that green human character?
  16. Censored

    Censored Well-Known Member

    Thanks, Pino. Glad you liked it.

    Actually, the "Green Dad" that I used was meant to be Bob, but if he's seen as Luis, that's cool too. There is an illustrated picture of Luis on the Fix-It-Shop as well. I've sometimes wondered how they decided which humans would be used and which wouldn't. Bob always seemed conspicuously absent since he was a main original character.

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