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Product name “Plastic Rattle and Flute”
Description The rattle/flute toy was sold from April 1991 through June 1992. The product consists of a whistle at one end and a hand-drum at the other end. The complete toy measures 7 inches long. The whistle portion resembles a flute; a small puff of air at or near the mouthpiece of the flute causes a whistle sound. When the gray want inserted through the clear plastic chamber of the flute is pulled up or pushed down, different sounds are made. The drum was sold in different colors with two black balls inch in diameter each hanging on the end of a string secured to the side of the drum. When the rattle/flute toy is twisted back and forth or shaken, the balls hit the sides of the drum and make a noise. 
Problem The mouthpiece on the flute part of the toy and the black balls on the drum part of the toy may come off, presenting a potential choking hazard for young children 
Distribution Sold at retail stores in the Dollywood Company Amusement Complex in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee 
Company The Dollywood Company, 1040 Dollywood Lane, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, 1-615-428-9445 
Dates sold April 1991 through June 1992 
Date posted 12/31/2001 
 

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