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Toys We Got At Burger King That Were Honestly Better Than Any Happy Meal

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While they don't receive the same intense devotion as McDonald's Happy Meal toys, Burger King toys were an important part of our childhood.

During the heyday of the Kids Club, BK's toys were just as impressive as their competitors. A lot of our favorite Disney movies and TV shows were turned into awesome toys that we still own to this day.

Did your favorites make our list? We've thrown in some toys from the '80s and early 2000s too, since cool toys never go out of style.

1. Burger Books (1985)


Every once in a while, fast food chains included a more "educational" toy to make parents happy. But these were still pretty fun.

2. Beetlejuice (1990)


These spooky but fun toys were based on the animated series, not the Tim Burton movie.

3. The Simpsons (1990)

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The hit animated show teamed up with Burger King a number of times. Which is surprising based on how controversial some other toy lines were with parents.

4. Beauty and the Beast (1991)


It's a tale as old as time: free children's toys that eventually become collectibles for sale on eBay.

5. Goof Troop Bowling (1992)

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This cartoon about Goofy and his son Max was a classic, so we definitely tried to get our hands on all four of these toys.(Even though they aren't that fun.)

6. Aladdin (1992)


These toys weren't very interactive, but we were so obsessed with Aladdin that we didn't mind.

7. The Lion King (1994)

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Yes, you may remember that this movie also had memorable McDonald's toys. Disney made sure to cover all their bases.

8. Disney Collector Cups

Ok, so these weren't really toys. But we begged our parents to get them for us non-stop every time we went to BK, and that has to count for something.

9. A Goofy Movie (1995)

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The good troop was back in the Kids Club to promote their feature-length movie. These toys were definitely an improvement on the bowling figures.

10. Pocahontas (1995)

There were a lot of toys in this line based on the hit movie, but how much fun you could actually have with them really varied.

11. Toy Story Pals (1995)

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There were actually two lines of Toy Story kids toys in the same year, including plush figures, a poseable Buzz and Woody, and some army men. It's a shame the rest of the characters weren't included.

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12. Scooby-Doo (1996)

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Yes, we're always happy to get Scooby-Doo toys. But did they really need to make Scrappy-Doo the biggest toy in the set?

13. M&M Minis (1997)

Jigsaw Puzzle Palooza

Overall, this set is just so-so. But there's no denying that funky blue M&M is totally awesome.

14. Men in Black (1997)

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Not only did this set let you erase people's memories with the Neutalyzer, it also featured MIB agents with detachable slime. Great idea.

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