The Jolly Chimp is a mechanical monkey toy that was popular in the 1970s. It is known for its realistic movement and lifelike appearance, as well as its ability to play the cymbals when a lever is pressed.
The Jolly Chimp toy is a battery operated multi action musical chimp. Push down the lever switch and he plays the cymbals, tap his forehead lightly and he glares showing his teeth and chatters.
The Jolly Chimp toy was manufactured by the Tomy company, a Japanese toy manufacturer. The toy was created by a company named Yonezawa in the 1970s.
The Jolly Chimp toy was extremely popular in the 1970s, particularly among children. Its realistic movement and lifelike appearance made it a favorite among kids, and it was often in high demand during the holiday season. The toy enjoyed wide spread popularity in North America and Europe where it was marketed and sold heavily.
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