Here at Fast Food Toys, we review the next new 2017 McDonald's Smurfs The Lost Village movie Happy Meal toys box from Australia. There's a full complete world collection set of 12 McDonalds Smurfs Happy Meal toys. The film is also known as the Smurfs 3 movie (actually a smurf reboot movie). The McDonalds Smurfs Happy Meal toys will be available at McDonald's restaurants in March and April 2017. We've already done the unboxing of the McDonalds Smurf Happy Meal toys collection & review them unboxed. The Smurfs Happy Meal toys will be available in Europe (UK, Germany, Austria, Spain, etc), Australia, USA, Canada, Latin America (Brazil & Mexico), Asia (China, Philippines, Thailand) and many other countries in the world and hopefully will be available worldwide this year or in 2018. The US Smurfs Happy Meal toys will also have the free McPlay App toy scan to get a free game.
We can't wait to see all the Smurfs film movie trailers and the Smurfs Happy Meal toys commercials. Smurfs the lost village toys are known worldwide as smurfi los pitufos cajita feliz juguetes la aldea escondida pelicula in Mexico and os smurfs estrumpfes mclanche feliz brinquedos in Brazil, les schtroumpfs schlümpf mc donald's die schlümpfe de smurfen smerfy smurfai and many other smurf names! The Smurfs are by Peyo from Belgium and Lafig. The Smurfs movie is by Sony Pictures Animation & Columbia Pictures and the release date is April 7, 2017.
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