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Toylines (alphabetical order)
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (1983)
Back to the Future (1986)
Bionic Six (1986)
Boy George (1984)
Brooke Shields (1982)
Dune (1984)
E.T. (1982)
Emergency (1973)
Gremlins (1984)
Indiana Jones (1984)
Magnum P.I. (1983)
Michael Jackson (1984)
Nightmare on Elm Street (1988)
Oodles (1986)
Photon (1986)
Rambo (1985)
Rookies, The (1973)
S.W.A.T. (1976)
Thundercats (1985)
Tigersharks (1987)
V (1985)
Voltron (1986)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Wrestling Superstars (1985)
Toylines (chronological order)
1973 Emergency
1973 Rookies, The
1976 S.W.A.T.
1982 Brooke Shields
1982 E.T.
1983 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons
1983 Magnum P.I.
1984 Boy George
1984 Dune
1984 Gremlins
1984 Indiana Jones
1984 Michael Jackson
1985 Rambo
1985 Thundercats
1985 V
1985 Wrestling Superstars
1986 Back to the Future
1986 Bionic Six
1986 Oodles
1986 Photon
1986 Voltron
1987 Tigersharks
1988 Nightmare on Elm Street
1988 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Company history
About LJN Toys Ltd    
When other companies passed on the license to make toys based on ''E.T. the Extraterrestrial'' in the early 1980s, LJN Toys Ltd., where Friedman was president (1970-1988), bought it for $25,000. LJN went on to sell $16 million worth of E.T. merchandise and Friedman drove around New York for almost a decade with a license plate that read ''Thanx ET.'' In 1986 Universal bought 80% of LJN Toys of New York. Soon after the purchase of LJN Toys, MCA's top management began to have second thoughts and LJN was eventually sold to Acclaim Entertainment. Friedman went on to co-found Jakks Pacific in 1995..
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