The History of Toys and Games
The History of Toys and Games is a History Channel documentary hosted by John Ritter, looking at how toys and games have played a very important role in our development. Toys and games have been part of every civilization. A toy factory existed in India around 5,000 years ago. Ancient Romans played board games like chess and backgammon, and Asian children have been playing with kites and tops for centuries. We are about to discover how toys and games have played a very important role in our development. This film follows the progress of fun pastimes and introduces some inventors who've created and marketed popular toys such as Barbie, Lionel Trains, Crayola Crayons, Erector Sets, Hot Wheels, Play Doh, PEZ and Mr. Potato Head.
|The History of Toys and Games|
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