Special Report

Happy Meal Toys We'll Never Forget

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1994: Bobby’s World

Bobby’s World, an animated television series, ran from 1990 to 1998 on FOX Kids. It was about the daily life of Bobby Generic, who was voiced by Howie Mandel. Bobby’s transportation was anything but generic — the Happy Meal toys included a spaceship and a submarine.

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1995: Cinderella

This Happy Meal toy was part of the Disney Masterpiece Collection, made to commemorate the release of the iconic animated movie.

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1995: Dodger from ‘Oliver & Company’

Dodger is a character from Disney’s 1988 movie “Oliver & Company.” He is based on the Artful Dodger from the Charles Dickens’ novel “Oliver Twist.”

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1995: Pocahontas

This Happy Meal was a tie-in with the 1995 Disney animated movie “Pocahontas.” As well as the heroine, the toys included John Smith and his boss and Grandmother Willow.

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1995: Princess Aurora from ‘Sleeping Beauty’

Another Happy Meal inspired by the Disney Masterpiece Collection was Princess Aurora, the main character in the 1959 animated feature film “Sleeping Beauty.”

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