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#995 Sesame Street Music Box Record Player
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 1:
Audio, Visual, Musical, Educational & Electronics
1984-1987


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Description: When Fisher-Price discontinued the long-running 1971-1983's #995 Music Box Record Player, the colors and lithos were changed and introduced as the Sesame Street Music Box Record Player. The wind-up music box plays plastic records just like a real phonograph, but requires no batteries! This record player has a hidden compartment that stores the 5 accessory records. An attached carry handle makes for easy portability. Designed for children ages 2 to 6 years old.
Accessories:
  • FPT3437 - Green plastic record player with a white top, yellow turn table, yellow needle arm, yellow sliding On/Off switch, a round yellow wind-up knob on the front, and a yellow carrying handle on the back for portability. The record player has a hidden compartment on the back that stores 5 accessory records. The green sides of the player have paper lithographs with Sesame Street designs. The lithographs are often torn or missing. Measures 9-1/4" long, 8-1/2" deep, 4-1/4" tall.
  • 5 plastic records with a different song on each side. The records were available in 5 different colors: dark blue, green, orange, red, and dark pink (fusha). *See "Variations" below for a list of all possible record variations. The only rule of thumb is that all 5 records should be a different color. Each record measures 4-3/4" diameter x 3/16" thick. Record titles and songs below:
    • #1 - Humpty Dumpty/Jack and Jill
    • #2 - Twinkle twinkle little star/Au clair de la lune
    • #3 - London bridge/Oh where has my little dog gone?
    • #4 - One of these things/"C" is for cookie
    • #5 - Hickory dickory doc/Edelweiss
Variations:
  • Dark blue
    • FPT937 - Dark blue plastic record marked "#1 - Humpty Dumpty - Jack and Jill".
    • FPT940 - Dark blue plastic record marked "#2 - Twinkle twinkle little star - Au clair de la lune".
    • FPT20343 - Dark blue plastic record marked "#3 - London bridge - Oh where has my little dog gone?".
    • FPT20360 - Dark blue plastic record marked "#4 - One of these things - "C" is for Cookie".
    • FPT946 - Dark blue plastic record marked "#5 - Hickory dickory doc - Edelweiss".
  • Green
    • FPT17134 - Green plastic record marked "#1 - Humpty Dumpty - Jack and Jill".
    • FPT20350 - Green plastic record marked "#2 - Twinkle twinkle little star - Au clair de la lune".
    • FPT17135 - Green plastic record marked "#3 - London bridge - Oh where has my little dog gone?".
    • FPT20361 - Green plastic record marked "#4 - One of these things - "C" is for Cookie".
    • FPT945 - Green plastic record marked "#5 - Hickory dickory doc - Edelweiss".
  • Orange
    • FPT938 - Orange plastic record marked "#1 - Humpty Dumpty - Jack and Jill".
    • FPT20351 - Orange plastic record marked "#2 - Twinkle twinkle little star - Au clair de la lune".
    • FPT20352 - Orange plastic record marked "#3 - London bridge - Oh where has my little dog gone?".
    • FPT947 - Orange plastic record marked "#4 - One of These Things / "C" is for Cookie".
    • FPT20353 - Orange plastic record marked "#5 - Hickory dickory doc - Edelweiss".
  • Dark Pink (Fusha)
    • FPT8709 - Dark Pink (Fusha) plastic record marked "#1 - Humpty Dumpty - Jack and Jill".
    • FPT939 - Dark Pink (Fusha) plastic record marked "#2 - Twinkle twinkle little star - Au clair de la lune".
    • FPT20366 - Dark Pink (Fusha) plastic record marked "#3 - London bridge - Oh where has my little dog gone?".
    • FPT20367 - Dark Pink (Fusha) plastic record marked "#4 - One of These Things / "C" is for Cookie".
    • FPT20368 - Dark Pink (Fusha) plastic record marked "#5 - Hickory dickory doc - Edelweiss".
  • Red
    • FPT20362 - Red plastic record marked "#1 - Humpty Dumpty - Jack and Jill".
    • FPT20363 - Red plastic record marked "#2 - Twinkle twinkle little star - Au clair de la lune".
    • FPT941 - Red plastic record marked "#3 - London bridge - Oh where has my little dog gone?".
    • FPT20364 - Red plastic record marked "#4 - One of These Things / "C" is for Cookie".
    • FPT20365 - Red plastic record marked "#5 - Hickory dickory doc - Edelweiss".

Repair
: If your record player runs slow (or not at all!), you may want to check out our REPAIR STATION. We can restore most Fisher-Price record player mechanisms to almost new condition!

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