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#365 Puppy Bak-Up
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1932-1936

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Description: In 1931, Fisher-Price introduced their very first 16 toys. Among these toys were 3 different Go 'n' Back toys from the Walky Balky toy line, the #350 Go 'n' Back Mule (mule), #355 Go 'n' Back Bruno (bear) and #360 Go 'n' Back Jumbo (elephant). The Walky Balky toys are propelled by a motor that makes the toys walk forward and back up unpredictably, just like real live animals. In 1932 Fisher-Price introduced 2 more toys to the line, the #365 Puppy Bak-Up and the #375 Bruno Bak-Up. The names of the #350 and #360 Walky Balky toys were change from "Go 'n' Back" to "Bak-Up" and patent numbers were assigned. The name changed, but the motor and action did not chance. Wind his key and the Puppy Bak-Up proudly struts across the floor and backs up.
Accessories:
  • FPT4169 - Puppy Bak-Up - Wooden dog with 4-color lithgraphy attached to the sides and edges. Puppy is white with black spots, 2 white wooden legs, and 2 black wooden legs. Puppy has red oil cloth ears, a red oil cloth tongue, and a red wooden bead tail (often missing). Has a permanently welded key attached to the side of body that will wind-up to make puppy walk up to 50 feet. Measures 8" long, 7" high, 3-1/4" wide.
Variations: None.
Other Information:
  • 1932-1934 retail price was $1.50.
  • 1935 retail price was $1.25.
  • Patent No. 1,800,874.
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