I just made a fictional McDonald's Happy Meal Wiki and here's the link for that...
nevermind I found it. It was called galidor in case anyone was curious.
I'm looking for any info people have on a series of toys that came out between ~2000 and ~2006. I don't remember much besides the fact that they were three piece action figures (head,torso,legs)with arms that could move but not detach. One was a robot with one yellow eye and a narrow circular head. The other was some sort of green alien. The toys pertain to some sort of movie or tv show that was on in the early 2000s that has to do with God knows what. I was born in 96 so it'd probably have come between 2000 and 2003, but I have know idea really.
On that page, you'll find some Shrek McDonald's items that I'm selling. The voice boxes don't work, but they are still good collectible figures for yourself or your children for the holidays. I also have some more stuff I'm looking to sell, so be on the look-out.
LOTRfan394 (talk) 20:20, November 27, 2016 (UTC)
I've created a Wiki for fictional kids meal promotions for any country real or fake!
I just want to know, if u wanted to sale some McDonalds Happy Meal old toys that have not been opened, from 1995. How much would i sale them for. I have, 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8. From The Walt Dinsey Masterpirce Collection, Cinderella,Robin Hood,Pocahontas,The Return of Jafar,Snow white & the seven dwarfs,The Sword in the Stone,Alice in Wonderland,The Aristocats. Thank u with your help in this matter. Becky
When I think of summer, I think of two things: one, all the great summer movies; two, all the great toys associated with the movies!
So if there's anybody else out there who also enjoys all these movie tie-ins (maybe for your children, maybe for yourself!), then here's all the info you need to know so you don't miss out on some playtime. And and you've missed the window for the toys, you'll know what to look for on Ebay!
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