The agency turned to toymaker Donald Levine, a former Hasbro executive who gave the world G.I. Joe.
"Run back to the wagon and make some coffee," said Mrs. toymaker to Mitz and Fritz.
Mrs. toymaker thought it beautiful for people to make music.
Mr. toymaker tried to sell his toys in the crowded market place of Bayreuth.
Surely the making of toys had not proved a happy trade for Mr. toymaker!
Mrs. toymaker was much like Fritz and not very much like Mr. toymaker.
Mitzi planned to bring Mr. toymaker to the scene of the concert.
As the shadows grew longer and a little late breeze blew up, Mrs. toymaker arose.
"I hope that my friend, Mr. Krauss, will be in Leipzig," said Mr. toymaker.
Before Mitzi could reply, Mrs. toymaker understood why Mitzi looked crooked.