Lilí Ledy, the legendary Mexican toy brand that died for a union in 1985

Almost 40 years after the extinction of the Lilí Ledy factory, it is considered a cult factory in the world of toys.

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To the rescue of Star Wars fans

In 1977, Mexicans were crazy after seeing the first Star Wars movie . Children, adolescents and adults in Mexico wanted to have the toys from the George Lucas film as soon as possible, which was impossible if they did not have a relative in the United States or the budget to travel to that country. Fortunately, the Mexican toy factory Lilí Ledy came to the rescue.

They made a deal with their American

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