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Here's What '80s Pop Culture Icons Would Look Like as McDonald's Happy Meal Toys

Including The Shining, Knight Rider, and more.
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Since McDonald's introduced the Happy Meal in 1979, kid's childhoods all around the world have never been the same. Seriously, what's better than an amazing combination of food that comes with a marketing tie-in toy?

Through the years, we've seen just about every character as a Happy Meal toy. Star Trek, Hello Kitty, Mickey Mouse—you name it. But, that doesn't mean we wouldn't like to see even more beloved pop culture icons as Happy Meal toys.

TheToyZone, a toy review site, had the same idea and tapped CGI artist Jan Koudela to render '80s screen heroes as McDonald's Happy Meal toys. Of course, the concept images feature the recognizable Happy Meal packaging... only this time decorated with slightly different movie titles.

Take a look below.

Top Gun

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Ferris Bueller's Day Off

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The Shining

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The A-Team

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The Breakfast Club

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Knight Rider

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My Neighbor Totoro

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Blade Runner

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Labyrinth

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