Howard J. Morrison

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Breslow, Morrison, and Terzian

Howard J. Morrison (born 1932) is noted for his numerous contributions to the toy industry. Most notable is his work with Ralph H. Baer designing the game Simon while working for Marvin Glass at Marvin Glass and Associates.[citation needed]

On leaving Marvin Glass and Associates, Morrison and his partners Jeffrey Breslow and Roben Terzian, were inducted into the Toy Industry Association Hall of Fame in 1998.[1]

Some of their best selling products include The Animal, Ants in the Pants, Guesstures (originally named Gestures), Brain Warp, California Roller Baby, Real Talking Bubba, Masterpiece, My Size Barbie, Casey Cartwheel, Jennie Gymnast and Hot Wheels Criss Cross Crash.[citation needed]

Together with others, Morrison shares over 100 toy-related U.S. patents.[citation needed]

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on April 15, 2004. Retrieved 2006-06-12.
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