RealMoney Radio: Get on the Toy Boat

Cramer tell callers to consider Mattel and Hasbro but not Parker-Hannifin.
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"I don't have confidence that

Parker-Hannifin

(PH) - Get Report

can make it back to its 52-week high," Jim Cramer told a caller on his

"RealMoney" radio show Friday.

It has a two points up and two points down risk/reward, therefore he recommended selling the stock.

Responding to another caller, Cramer said there is a "major turn" going around at

Mattel

(MAT) - Get Report

, so even though it looks expensive, it isn't.

He said he likes both Mattel and

Hasbro

(HAS) - Get Report

going into the holiday season.

As

Revlon's

(REV) - Get Report

balance sheet is "horrible" and the company's fundamentals are "quite weak," Cramer told a caller he could not recommend it.

When another caller inquired about

Panera Bread

(PNRA)

, Cramer said it is the right place to be right now.

He advised buying the "casual dining trend stock."

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