NEW YORK -- Licensed products tied to the popular Harry Potter children's series and to Pokemon headline the roster of entertainment properties on the horizon in the coming months for retailers. ail toy sales last year, Peter Eio, chairman of the New York-based Toy Manufacturers of America, noted during the 97th annual American International Toy Fair held here last month. This year's fair again debuted an abundance of new products, based on successful licenses and characters, that will be ...

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