Fisher-Price is releasing an ‘Elf’ Little People set


The best thing about holiday films, aside from the fact that they make the feel-good season even more cheerful, is that most of them can be enjoyed by the whole family.

And now, even the littlest fans can show their love of the popular holiday film “Elf” with a new Fisher-Price Little People set. The adorable set features a Christmas tree and two characters from the movie — Buddy and Jovie — all brought down to Little People toy size.

The set comes in premium packaging that displays the figures in a snow globe with cut-out snowflakes, a nod to the paper snowflakes that Buddy creates in the film. Available on Amazon, the set costs $14.99 and is suitable for ages 1 and up.


Fisher-Price is also releasing a Little People set for “Lord of The Rings” fans. This six-figure set inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien’s book-series-turned-film-franchise features the members of the Fellowship — Frodo Baggins, Gandalf the Grey, Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli — as well as Lady Arwen.

The set incorporates unique character details that fans will appreciate, including Frodo’s feet and Gandalf’s wooden staff, and is $29.99. Just like all Little People sets, it is toddler-friendly and the figures measure just under 3 inches tall.


These new character sets join some other Little People products that launched earlier this year, including Masters of the Universe, as well as The Beatles and Kiss sets.

The Fab Four Little People collection includes miniature versions of John, Paul, George and Ringo, all of whom are dressed as they were in the 1968 classic animated film “Yellow Submarine.”

If you’re a Kiss fan, that Little People set includes all four band members in full makeup and costume, ready to rock ‘n’ roll all night and party every day.


Will you be ordering any of these Little People sets to add to your family’s collection?

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