Round-Up: Cool and Adorable The Smurfs Toys and Gear!

07/29/2011 at 02:00 PM ET
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La, la, la, la, la, la! The Smurf gang is back.

Not only are they starring in their very own feature film opening today in theaters, but there are loads of Smurf-tastic toys and gear now available.

But we’re not the only ones excited about their return.

While relaxing on a Malibu, Calif. beach with mom Kate Hudson on July 24, we spotted Ryder Russell, 7, soaking up the sun with an adorable plush pal —  a Smurf!

Want to get in on the fun? Make sure to check out their new movie — The Smurfs and our round-up of oh-so cute Smurf-inspired playthings below.

Courtesy FAO Schwartz

Lunchbox

Let the mini blue crew guard your tot’s yummy snacks with this insulated Smurfs Lunch Kit ($10) from Thermos.

Courtesy Amazon

Plush Doll

Your little Smurf (or Smurfette!) will love to cuddle up with this talking Papa Smurf ($35), which also comes with a DVD copy of the classic cartoon from the ’80s.

Courtesy Barnes & Noble

Board Game

First one to Smurf Village wins in this fun-filled Race to Smurf Village board game ($15). Just watch out for Gargamel, who can send you back to start.

Courtesy Toys R Us

T-Shirt

From the soft cotton to the cool graphic, he’ll love showing off his Smurf pride in Freeze‘s Smurfs Short Sleeve T-shirt ($10).

Courtesy Toy R Us

Village Toy Set

Lights, camera, action!

Direct your own film starring the little blue guys with the Smurf Cottage and Movie Set Figures ($90). While the mini mushroom hut provides scenery, each hand-painted figurine comes with their own movie-making accessories.

Courtesy Abe Books

Book

If you’re looking for a good bedtime story, try The Smurfs #3: The Smurf King ($7) book. 

After Papa Smurf leaves the village, the Smurfs get together to vote in a new leader. The problem? Each Smurf votes for himself!

Courtesy FAO Schwartz

Figurine

Ready to start collecting your favorite characters? We just love the Super Smurf BMX Biker ($7). Not only is he super cute, but his bike is equipped with wheels that really roll.

Courtesy FAO Schwartz

Costume

Uh-oh! Your little one will send the Smurfs running with this fun Gargamel ($25) costume. It even comes with the sorcerer’s sneaky cat, Azrael.

Courtesy Suave

Body Wash

Add a little of Suave‘s Berry Body Wash to the tub for some bath time fun. Not only is it tear-free and hypoallergenic, but it also smells super sweet.

Anya Leon

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Shannon on

I love the Smurfs! lol

torgster on

Wow he looks just like Goldie in this picture. I never noticed or thought so before.

fuzibuni on

“Make sure to check out their new movie — The Smurfs — and our round-up of oh-so cute Smurf-inspired playthings below.”

You are beating me down, People.com. I can only take so much of the product placement and fake posts. I think you are going to win.

cn tower on

Ha Ha! fuzibuni, you kill me. Thanks for keeping it real around here. Don’t go anywhere, okay? This site needs more posters like you, but I’ve noticed a lot of regulars seem to have disappeared.

AJ on

The Smurf Ryder has is from Build A Bear. My daughter got the Smurfette one the other day and hasn’t let it out of her sight!

Angela on

I think Ryder looks so much like his dad. Cute kid!

Sam & Freya's Mum on

Loved the Smurfs – takes me back (a long way, lol) to when I was a kid and really into them….!

fuzibuni on

Aw, thanks cn tower… your comments and a few others keep me coming back to this vacuum of vapidness. I visit this site to see all the cute kids, but mostly I enjoy reading the variety of opinions from everyone who posts comments, even if I don’t always agree. I like to hear what everyone is thinking.

Lately I’ve noticed a change with the types of product placement posts and it’s gotten under my skin. Apparently most people don’t mind, but I have a background in tv and it just gets under my skin in a special kind of way.

I don’t mind advertisements because I understand money needs to be made. I just prefer ads to be overt rather than buried in a “real” post because it feels too much like manipulation and brainwashing.

Anyways, thanks for being so nice. You and I would probably be friends in real life :)

Dina on

Outdated and overrated.

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