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This article may contain an excessive amount of intricate detail that may only interest a specific audience. My Little Pony is an entertainment franchise developed by Hasbro which is marketed primarily to girls.
Following the original My Pretty Pony toy, introduced in 1981, My Little Pony was launched in 1983 and the line became popular during the 1980s. The brand's sales increased many times over with the introduction of the fourth incarnation of the franchise, which started with the success of the 2010 animated television series.
The predecessor to My Little Pony was My Pretty Pony, a pony figurine introduced by Hasbro in 1981, created by illustrator Bonnie Zacherle, working with sculptor Charles Muenchinger.[5] My Pretty Pony was a 10" tall hard plastic figurine that could wiggle its ears, swish its tail, and wink one eye. Many different sets of My Little Pony variations were produced, the first being the Rainbow Ponies in 1983.
All packaging came with Horseshoe Points, which could be used to obtain discounts on special ponies available only through mail order.
Some companies were licensed under Hasbro to produce their own line of ponies instead of shipping them from China or Hong Kong, where the vast majority of ponies were produced; these companies were located in Argentina, Brazil, France, Greece, India, Italy, Macau, Mexico and Spain. Due to factors such as limited production and their condition, international ponies tend to bring a higher price than their more-common counterparts. These larger figures made of hard plastic were advertised as "grown up" ponies and called Dream Beauties.[7] Unlike My Little Ponies, they looked more like real horses in proportions and musculature. Besides the ponies themselves, merchandise included children's bedding and room decorations, plush toys, puzzles, clothing, books and playsets. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of My Little Pony, Hasbro reproduced the original 1983 My Little Pony collection. In Europe, the ponies lived in Ponyland instead of Friendship Gardens, and were discontinued with the inception of the "G3" toy line in 2003.
Some Generation Two ponies were sold as detachable key chains, including Morning Glory, Sundance, Light Heart and Ivy. The third incarnation of My Little Pony began in 2003 and is often referred to as Generation Three or "G3" by collectors. Generation Three is set in the fictional town of Ponyville, which is centered on Celebration Castle. Until late 2005, packaging came with Pony Points that were later used for exclusive mail orders. Recognizing the older fans of its line, Hasbro has released special collector ponies noticeably different from the regular "G3".
Like other cartoon characters of the 1980s, My Little Pony merchandise aimed at young women has also appeared, including T-shirts depicting "G1" ponies in a "retro" style, featuring slogans such as "Livin' in the 80s" or "I Love Rainbows". The fourth and current incarnation of My Little Pony began with the TV show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic in 2010 and the associating toy line is often referred to Generation Four or "G4" by collectors. The fifth wave was released in early 2012, with two new debuting characters: Cherry Pie and Diamond Rose.
In the 2012 New York Toy Fair, Hasbro announced to release several exclusive My Little Pony toys for collectors. The Ride-Along Ponies are special versions of the Playful Ponies, each with a scooter and an animal companion. These versions are identical in design to their "G3" counterparts, except they are plush-bodied and are designed to be resemble infants. Fashion Style Ponies are larger versions of the Playful Ponies, each with a unique dress and accessories. Inspired by the episode from the animated series title "Sonic Rainboom", the Glimmer Wing Ponies have butterfly-like wings on their backs which can be moved. In July 2011, Hasbro agreed with Target to release an exclusive line centering on Canterlot, the capital city of Equestria, where Princess Celestia and Princess Luna live.
In 2012, Hasbro revealed several new toys in the 2012 New York Toy Fair, which coincided with the 2-part episodic arc in the second season of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
In the United States during the 1990s, other toy companies desired to benefit from the success of the My Little Pony line; imitations were produced and sold after the discontinuation of the "G1" toys in 1992 and before the "G2" incarnation was produced and sold in 1997. These were colorful, plastic horses with rooted eyelashes and a bejeweled saddle that would open up to reveal a surprise such as earrings, a bracelet or a ring. When Hasbro discontinued the "G1" My Little Pony line in 1992, some pony molds fell into the hands of other toy companies, who made their own "pony" toys.
As a part of Hasbro's media strategy, My Little Pony, along with their other properties like Transformers and G.I. My Little Pony: Escape from Catrina, the second 22-minute syndicated special premiered in 1985, in which Tammy Grimes voiced the title character. My Little Pony 'n Friends, a half-hour syndicated television series that featured various characters from Hasbro's properties by having My Little Pony in its first segment and either Glo Friends, Potato Head Kids or MoonDreamers in the second segment.
The TV specials, the film, and the TV series were all set in the same milieu: Dream Valley, a land inhabited by witches, goblins and other magical creatures with whom the ponies, their human friend Megan, and their dragon friend Spike interacted. In 2004, the first season of the original My Little Pony television series was released on DVD. My Little Pony Tales, premiered on July 3, 1992 on Disney Channel, was set in a different environment.
Between 2003 and 2009, the ponies appeared in a series of direct-to-video shorts and feature-length films.
A Charming Birthday (2003) - A direct to video release, it was not sold on its own but packaged with some of the early "G3" characters. Dancing in the Clouds (2004) - This was a VHS included with the first Pegasus pony of the "G3" line, Star Catcher.
Friends Are Never Far Away (2005) - A DVD that packaged with a new Pegasus Pony, Hidden Treasure.
My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas (October 25, 2005) - The first video sold by itself, available in both VHS and DVD. My Little Pony: The Princess Promenade (February 7, 2006) - Featured the debut of the redesigned Spike the Dragon, originally featured in "G1".
My Little Pony Crystal Princess: The Runaway Rainbow (September 12, 2006) - Featured the new "G3" unicorn, Rarity.
My Little Pony: A Very Pony Place (February 6, 2007) - Three New Pony Tales including "Come Back, Lily Lightly", "Two For the Sky" and "Positively Pink". My Little Pony: Pinkie Pie's Special Day (2008) - Packaged in a set of the same name, with Pinkie Pie in an outfit resembling the one worn in the episode. My Little Pony: Meet the Ponies (2008) - A DVD containing several mini-episodes featuring the core seven ponies which were first available online.
My Little Pony: Starsong and the Magic Dance Shoes (2008) - Packaged in a set of the same name, with Starsong in an outfit resembling the one worn in the episode.
My Little Pony: Rainbow Dash's Special Day (2009) - Packaged in a set of the same name, with Rainbow Dash in an outfit resembling the one worn in the episode.
Once Upon a My Little Pony Time is a series of two 10-minute animated shorts produced in Adobe Flash by Kunoichi. My Little Pony Live: The World's Biggest Tea Party is a 90-minute musical produced by Hasbro and VEE Corporation,[15] first announced in June 19, 2006 and stars Pinkie Pie, Minty, Sweetberry, Sew-and-so, Rarity, Rainbow Dash, Spike, Thistle Whistle, Zipzee, Tra La La, Tiddlywink, and Wysteria.
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is a mobile video game based on the animated television show of the same name, developed by Gameloft for iOS and Android devices.
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is a comic series based on the animated television show of the same name.
My Little Pony: Equestria Girls a€“ Rainbow Rocks is an animated theatrical film sequel produced by Hasbro Studios. My Little Pony: Equestria Girls a€“ Friendship Games is the third installment film produced by Hasbro Studios. My Little Pony: Equestria Girls a€“ Legend of Everfree is the fourth installment film produced by Hasbro Studios. On October 20, 2014, Hasbro and Allspark Pictures announced a feature-length My Little Pony movie slated for release on November 3, 2017. OMG I am such a sucker for all the pics where they are crying or nuzzling with the blush under their eyes!
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It started as a line of plastic pony toys developed by Bonnie Zacherle, Charles Muenchinger and Steve D'Aguanno which have been produced since 1983. The original toy line ran from 1983 to 1995 (1992 in the US), and inspired animated specials, an animated feature-length film, and four animated television series.
The original My Pretty Pony was followed by My Pretty Pony and Beautiful Baby which came with an additional smaller "baby" pony figure. The Earth Ponies were followed by Pegasus Ponies, Unicorn Ponies, Flutter Ponies and Sea Ponies. Other variations included the So-Soft Ponies (covered in flocking), Twinkle-Eyed Ponies which had rhinestones in place of eyes, Twice-As-Fancy Ponies with patterns covering most of the body, Brush 'n' Grow Ponies which had a longer-than-usual mane and tail stored inside the body, Pony Friends - animals designed in the same style as the ponies, such as a lion, giraffe, kangaroo and zebra, among others - and Baby Ponies, some of which were smaller versions of previously released ponies and presented as those ponies' foals. The Horseshoe Point program was offered in both the US and UK, although the items available for purchase varied by country.
Ponies from certain countries are also easier to find, while others, such as those made in Greece and Brazil, are more difficult.
Some had different characteristics, such as brushable hair, pearlised or glow-in-the-dark bodies.
The Dream Beauties came in a range of decorated and accessorized styles, including plastic beads along the base of their manes, ornamentation in the style of carousel horses, glitter or pearlescent finishes, and elaborate "cutie marks", some extending the full length of the body. Only released in Japan, these are a more anthropomorphic take on the toyline and considered as the most rare of the "G1" collection due to how they were released.
The ponies reproduced were Blue Belle, Butterscotch, Cotton Candy, Snuzzle, Blossom and Minty. Ponies sold as key chains were Milky Way, Dancing Butterflies, Sugarberry, Starbow, Rainribbon, Sunribbon and Baby Stockings, which came in either red or green. They were manufactured in redesigned poses with jewel eyes and turning heads and were smaller, slimmer, and longer-legged than their 1982 counterparts. Only Earth Ponies were released from 2003 to 2005, but in 2005 and 2006 Pegasus Ponies and Unicorn Ponies were introduced. Unlike the "G1" line, the Pony Points had to be mailed in to order; a customer could not pay a flat fee and add points to it to lower the price. While some had a general release as "Art Ponies", many are available through special events, such as the annual My Little Pony Collector's Convention and the San Diego Comic Con. The characters can be found on bedding and home decor, clothing, dishware, stationery and school supplies. It features nine characters tied into the television series, which airs on Discovery Family: Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, Applejack, Rarity, Spike the Dragon, Princess Celestia, and Princess Luna. These feature a pony with brushable hair, a saddle or wagon, an animal companion and a comb. Due to the 2011 TA?hoku earthquake and tsunami, however, the release was postponed and the toys were released the following month. Later on in May 2012, Lyra Heartstrings, Trixie Lulamoon, Cherry Berry and Sunny Rays, characters who were originally from the animated series, also debuted as playful ponies.
The characters represented were actually requested by fans of the animated series and were released in September 2012. As in previous incarnations, these playsets include at least one pony, one large playset piece and numerous accessories, and were released like the Playful Ponies.
There are seven characters are in this line: Sunny Daze, Sweetie Belle, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Apple Sprout, Princess Skyla and Spike. The main method of distribution is in individual, opaque bags so that the toy inside cannot be seen.
The promotion included a theme area in stores with My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic stands and signage. The toys and theme are based on the royal wedding between Princess Cadance and Shining Armor.
Of many imitations, the four listed below were popular with young girls in the early to mid-1990s and were available at toy stores. They also came with a necklace similar to a magic 8-ball that was said to make a girl's wishes come true. The second generation was not popular in the United States, and there are few imitations; however, "G3" imitations exist.
Directed by Michael Joens, it featured the voices of Rhea Perlman, Madeline Kahn, Tony Randall and Danny DeVito. The My Little Pony segment promoted many of the toys available in 1986a€“1987, featuring a regular cast of Earth, Pegasus and Unicorn ponies with guest appearances by new lines, such as the Flutter and Princess Ponies. The four-DVD collection features the two prime-time television specials and 50 episodes from the original series.
This series anthropomorphised the ponies further than the original series; the ponies lived in a town, went to school, ran businesses, went on vacation and exchanged currency for goods.
Only released on DVD (promotional copies are available on VHS), it included "Friends Are Never Far Away" as a bonus episode. The series premiered on October 10, 2010 on The Hub, an American television channel partly owned by Hasbro. The first issue was published in November 2012 by IDW Publishing, under license from Hasbro who own the My Little Pony franchise, and has proven a highly successful venture with a larger circulation than most competing titles. It had a limited premiere on June 16, 2013 at over 200 movie theaters across the United States. It premiered on September 27, 2014 in various movie theaters across the United States and Canada. It premiered in and on American and Canadian television on September 26, 2015, and was released on Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download on October 13, 2015. On October 3, 2015, CEO of Hasbro Studios, Stephen Davis announced that this is in development. Joe Ballarini was originally announced to be writing the script, with Meghan McCarthy as co-producer.[18] The cast from Friendship is Magic will be reprising their roles, alongside actress singer Kristin Chenoweth as a new character.
They love My Little Pony’s and have strong opinions on which ones are the best, so I was not sure how this would go, lol. Want to go on a picnic outside with your SWEETIE SWIRL and FIRECRACKER BURST pony figures?
As opposed to previous releases of her, this release's cutie mark has 3 lillies instead of one.
You could get any one of 24 different ponies, and you wont know which one it is until you open it. The ponies feature colorful bodies, manes and a unique symbol on one or both sides of their flanks.
Mail-order ponies were generally reissues like Majesty, which was previously available only with the Dream Castle Playset, or unique ponies such as the first boy pony, Lucky the stallion. For example, the Italian Clio looks very similar to Glory, with the most obvious difference being a non-glittery symbol.
There are also international ponies which were distributed from China or Hong Kong, but made exclusively for a particular region, either a variant of the local ponies or completely new types.
The majority of US domestic mail-order ponies never appeared overseas, although many countries had their own mail-order systems. Under the base of each was an engraved hoof, which allowed the pony to function as a key to the Petite Playsets. All were Earth Ponies, except for the three Highflying Beauties, which had large, multicolored wings. Two animated television series and a feature-length theatrical movie were aired during this period.
Hasbro has also reproduced the Generation One Rainbow Ponies, Moonstone, Parasol, Skydancer, Starshine, Sunlight and Windy. The back of the package says, "My Little Pony Logo and Pony Names are Trademarks of Hasbro Inc. Some of the ponies available with the Pony Points program were Dazzle Surprise, Sunshimmer and Love Wishes.
These ponies are elaborately designed, such as the underwater-themed art pony which has fish and sea creatures printed all over its body, and come in matching display boxes.
Set in Equestria, the show centers on the unicorn pony Twilight Sparkle as she learns lessons about friendship. The first six ponies released were Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, Applejack and Rarity. The second wave omits Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy and includes two new ponies: Cheerilee and Lily Blossom. Story-pack exclusives include Sweetie Belle, Apple Bloom, Scootaloo, Sweetie Swirl, Star Swirl (Europe only), Princess Cadance and Shining Armor.

The ponies Rarity, Pinkie Pie, and Rainbow Dash were released at first, and Fluttershy, Twilight Sparkle and Princess Luna were later released as Target Exclusives. Alongside the release of Princess Cadance and Shining Armor, several new characters were confirmed to be released as Playful Ponies as well as characters that were requested by the fans to be released in toy form. Some had hooves that would light up, a necklace that lit up, plastic flowers in their manes that would light up, and some played music. There are websites to help people identify genuine My Little Pony toys manufactured by Hasbro, and recognize imitations.
It had mediocre box-office earnings, grossing almost $6 million in the United States[12] and received mostly negative reviews from critics.
It also used the theme song featured in TV advertisements for the brand, as did other series based on Hasbro properties. Some songs from the original airing of the two specials have been cut, leaving the specials as they appeared when syndicated as part of the cartoon series. This incarnation was created by Lauren Faust, who was a fan of the property in her youth, and invented her own adventure stories for the toys in place of the original show's stereotypical "girly" stories.[16] Faust endeavored to design her own version of the property to address those concerns.
The film's plot has one of the main pony characters pursuing a thief through an interdimensional portal and finds herself as a humanized version of herself in a contemporary Western human society populated by humanoid analogs of her friends and acquaintances. The film's plot has all six of its main characters in a band, called the Rainbooms, competing in a Battle of the Bands against rival bands. Will it be CARAMEL APPLE HOLLY DASH CHERRY FIZZY Each pony figure comes with a collector card, and you can collect all 24! These are referred to in the two most recent incarnations as "cutie marks." My Little Pony has been revamped at least four times with new and more modern looks to appeal to a new market. Windy Wing and the Summer Wing Ponies were smaller than the Flutter Ponies and were proportioned in a similar way, with larger, butterfly-like wings. Another line of exclusively mail-order ponies was the Birthflower ponies, which featured a pony for every month of the year.
Some, such as the Mexican Twilight are a variation on existing colors, poses or species, while others, such as the Greek Ladybird, are completely unique to their region.
Many of the excess ponies offered by mail order in the US were bagged, carded and sold overseas. Kitty mothers had cottony tails, puppy mothers had either silky or cottony ears and bunny mothers had cottony tails and silky forelocks.
Some of the licensed merchandise released in Europe included beanbag plushes, magazines, clothing, perfume, wrapping paper and coloring books. Copyright 1998." They were produced under license by Fun-4-All Corporation and made in China.
A Pinkie Pie with the words "2003 Licensing Show" embedded into her symbol was used to promote the My Little Pony toy line at the 2003 Spring Licensing Show, and were intended to be released only at that show in a limited edition of 300. Most of the characters on the show were designed by animator Lauren Faust, who also developed the show for television. The third wave was released in May 2011, introducing four new ponies: Cupcake, Lulu Luck, Dewdrop Dazzle and Blossomforth.
Later sets included Glimmer Wings Sweet Song and Fluttershy and Glimmer Wings Diamond Rose and Pinkie Pie.
The promotion included a same themed area in stores with My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic stands and signage. One, called Princess Growing Hair, had hair that could grow, and a filly was sold with a carriage. Consist of 65 episodes, it had the version of the first two specials, each edited into two episodes respectively.
A region 1 DVD was released on August 6, 2013; it was then followed by the Hub Network television premiere on September 1, 2013. It made its television debut on Discovery Family on October 17, 2014 as well as a Region 1 DVD and Blu-ray release on October 28, 2014. Researcher & Archivist & Pundit Researching Now The Dover Boys 10,385 views Dat Boi 364,770 views Running Man 47,658 views Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress 7,764 views Views from the 6 Cover Parodies 12,672 views Random Image Hot Today ?Que opinas?
Yes I have become old and toys that sing and play music tend to not be my favorite with 5 kids in the house. Lined in leather and cotton twill; document slot, two bill compartments, seven card slots, ID window and pen loop at interior .
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All had white bodies with pink hair and tails; their names were Carnation, Violet, Daffodil, Daisy, Lily of the Valley, Rose, Water Lily, Poppy, Morning Glory, Cosmos, Chrysantheum and Holly. Some of the ponies and playsets were given different names abroad; for example, the Big Brother Ponies were known as Adventure Boy Ponies in the UK. A CD-ROM game for PC was also released, which involved taking care of a pony and playing games along the way. McDonald's has also featured ponies in its Happy Meal promotions, as have other fast food chains. Event Singles were also released in a particular month, including a Valentine's Day Pinkie Pie, released in February 2011, and an Easter Fluttershy, released in April 2011.
Wave four was released in July 2011, introducing six new ponies: Feathermay, Flitterheart, Snowcatcher, Twinkleshine, Honeybuzz and Plumsweet. 2006 brought the release of episodes from the second season, with two DVD releases: Flight to Cloud Castle and Other Stories and Quest of the Princess Ponies and Other Stories, as well as a DVD entitled Two Great Pony Tales with The Magic Coins and The Glass Princess available in eight episodes. Friendship Is Magic has not only proven a major success in its intended demographics,[17] but also unexpectedly gained significant followings in peripheral ones, such as teen and adult males.
There were also male ponies called 'Big Brother Ponies', which had slightly larger bodies and feathered hooves resembling those of Clydesdale horses. Special baby ponies, such as the Pearlized Baby Ponies and Twice-As-Fancy babies, were also available by mail order. The second generation of My Little Pony toys were sold in Western Europe and the United States. Other limited-edition ponies have been the Pony Project promotional ponies and Rosey Posey, who was given to attendees at a charity dinner held by Hasbro. Despite the redesign as Core 7 and the advent of the Friendship is Magic line, Hasbro has continued the collector-themed "G3" ponies in their original poses. The show has also attracted media coverage for its fanbase, which has spawned numerous adult-themed parodies, mashups, and images, mostly outside its main target audience, especially seen on YouTube and DeviantArt. Some mail-order ponies, such as Sweet Scoops, Goldilocks and Rapunzel are rare and sought after by collectors.
Since the second generation was more popular in Western Europe, Hasbro continued to produce and sell them in Western Europe after 1998, when American production was discontinued. In the early 2000s, several unicorns with clip-on wings (called the Magic Unicorns) were made. My girls are just starting to learn how to braid so they loved the clips and brush to help them style her mane.
The large gold-plated brass chain is adorned with a plexiglas heart pendant and four gold-plated brass pikes. Crafted with robust cotton canvas uppers, the low-top sneakers feature a lace-up fasten with metallic eyelets, a rounded toe and a signature Converse All Star brand tab stitched to the tongue. Set on a textured rubber outsole, the Chuck Taylor ‘All Star’ trainers are complete with a contrasting stripe to the midsole and iconic Converse licence plate branding at the heel. Through a partnership with the nonprofit organization Chrysalis, The Giving Keys employs individuals who are transitioning out of homelessness, providing opportunities for them to move to permanent housing. In addition, they ask that when the time comes, you give up your key to someone who needs it more than you do, passing along the message of hope to those who could use it. Crafted with robust cotton canvas uppers, the hi-top sneakers feature a lace-up fasten with metallic eyelets, a rounded toe and a signature Converse ‘All Star’ badge logo to the inside ankle.
In addition, they ask that when the time comes, you give up your lock to someone who needs it more than you do, passing along the message of hope to those who could use it.
Secured with a flat lace-up fasten, the low-top sneakers feature silver-tone metallic eyelets, a contrasting white rubber toe cap, and a signature Converse All Star brand tab stitched to the tongue.
Set on a textured rubber outsole, the Chuck Taylor All Star ‘Dainty’ trainers are complete with a slim white rubber midsole and iconic Converse All Star licence plate branding at the heel. Crafted from pure cotton, the regular fit tee is constructed with a crew neckline, rolled-up cuffs and a sequined ‘Lovin’’ print to the front. A ‘Religion’ print also features to the rear, and the white T-shirt is complete with tonal stitching and script detailing to the inside collar.

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