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Melinda Cotton

Yes, I remember this playset. My sister and I had one and we just loved it! My mom got rid of all our old toys, so it's nice to be able to see pictures of it. Thanks!

Bryan Burns

oh MAN! what a wonderul memory flashback. I had this set, but completely forgot about it til now. As soon as I saw the trays that fit under the peoples chins I had heart palpatations. Thank you so much for these awesome pics!!

zombie8

Thank you so much for posting this!!! I had this and fondly rememberd loving playing with it! Countless searches over the past few years have only yeilded the other one for the Fisher Price little people.But THIS is the one I had! Awesome pics!

Tabitha Zaehringer

I was just thinking about my old McDonald's little people set I got for Christmas one year. I loved that toy so much. I couldn't remember the whole thing until I looked at your pictures. Thank you so much for taking those pictures. I have so many good memories of playing with that toy. I got a lump and my throat when I saw it. It was a very special present to me. I wish I would have kept it for my 8 year old daughter. Thanks again for the memories

Wade

WOW! My kids just found mine in the closet. They love it... and now i remember why I kept it... I love it to :) Thank you for posting this!!!

Michelle

THANK YOU! Thank you so much for posting all these detailed photos and for the wonderful description. As I was reading it I could hear the cash register 'Ding'...what Awesome memories! I was talking about old toys with someone last week and talked about this McDonal's playset - I could see it in my head - and today I remembered to 'google' it and found your site. Thanks for sharing your memories with those that have similar ones with this toy.

Joe

Our children had this set and now our grandchildren enjoy it when they come over. It's fun to watch them use their imagination - creating a "town' from McDonalds, Sesame Street, a Fisher Price dollhouse, and a Weebles' Haunted House. Great, durable toys made to be played with.

Angela D.H.

I just came back from cleaning out my Dad's house and brought w/me my McDonald's Playset along with the...Holiday Inn you mentioned. Along with those - and also still in its original box (boy, I was an anal child) - the A-frame house. I couldn't believe it. These were all mine in the 1970's! Now if only I could get the lead-count I could decide if they were safe enough for my kids or if I have to sell them to a vintage toy dealer somewhere. Any thoughts out there? (I also have the orig. yellow-roofed house (no box) with wooden people and the old farm the separate silo (wooden people) not in orig. box. I just LOVED Fisher Price Little People when I was a kid!

sandra kelley

i have been looking on the internet for these familiar places toys. i have all three. i have kept them for my son. he now has three children and i am waiting until they are old enough to appreciate looking at them. was just curious as to how much they would be worth. not wanting to sell them at this time but that would be up to my son in the future. i kept most of his large tonka trucks,grader and other things. he is 38 now so you know how long i have had them. thanks for sharing your pictures.

Stacy Hornstein

I would like info on how I can order the 1970s Mcdonald's play set.. I used to have it until I gave it to my cousin and I wish I had not.. I miss it very much.. my children would love it..

candi

My grandparents bought the MccDonalds set for me to play with at their house when I was a kid. It has since been played with by all the grandkids and now the great-grandkids. Still has the box and all of the pieces. My 3-year old daughter played with it just yesterday and I decided to do a little research on it. You have GREAT pictures here. Gotta love the people who hold the trays with their chins and the register that makes sounds without needing batteries replaced. Theirs still makes ringing sounds after 38 years!

Jmaruyama

I had this set as a kid and loved it. But to be honest, we primarily used it for our Fisher Price Little People. Sometimes, the armless and perpetually smiling mom needed a break from cooking and they would visit Block Head McDonalds. We used the square heads as workers. Even the cars we used for Little People. The tray return was almost always jammed. I don't think the plastic mat lasted 5 seconds.

Mary Ann Houston

This play set takes me back in time when I was 8 and I just got it. I am so glad that you put this up. Thank-You!!!!!

Seehorse72

I had this playset. I LOVED it! I loved the bell on the cash register. So many hours of fun. Thanks for the photos!

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