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‘How to Train Your Dragon,’ Spin Master Hatch Toothless Toy

The Hatching Toothless Interactive Baby Dragon has launched at U.K. retail.

Spin Master has partnered with “How to Train Your Dragon” for the release of a new Toothless-inspired toy. The new toy, the Hatching Toothless Interactive Baby Dragon with Sounds, has recently been released in the U.K.

The technology used on the Hatchimals brand brings Toothless to life for the first time, allowing kids to teach Toothless how to fly and play a selection of interactive games. The toy also has a roar and plasma blast feature.

Spin Master hosts a number of other “How to Train Your Dragon”-themed toys, including action figures, mini figures, Squeeze and Growl Toothless, Viking shields, plush and more.

In 2015, Spin Master renewed its licensing deal with “How to Train Your Dragon.” The new toy comes just in time for the release of the “How to Train Your Dragon” holiday special, “How to Train Your Dragon Homecoming.”

"Spin Master has been a proud partner of the How to Train Your Dragon franchise since its launch, and we are so pleased to be continuing this relationship into the next phase of the brand," says Adam Beder, executive vice president, strategic partnership, Spin Master. "The Dragons franchise has seen incredible success through its inspirational and entertaining storytelling. With a new movie on the way, we are thrilled to continue bringing these amazing characters to the children who love them."

“How to Train Your Dragon Homecoming” is available now on DVD.

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