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Can you name the dolls?
Updated Aug 8, 2014
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How to Play
Click the green button to start and enter the correct answers below
**Does not include dolls made in animal likenesses. There are some bonuses of some other classic and modern dolls.
Toy Hall of Fame
Iconic fashion doll who's been around for more than 50 years!
Teenaged younger sister of above doll
Boyfriend of Doll #1
Small dolls with Cupid-like faces; often naked; often given as carnival prizes in the early 1900's
Dolls with nodding heads often made into likenesses of athletes & celebrities; Dwight Schrute keeps one of himself on his desk!
Named after a fruit dessert, she starred in an animated TV series before becoming a doll; her friends were Apple Dumplin', Blueberry Muffin, & Lemon Meringue
Johnny Gruelle created this red-haired floppy doll for his daughter; he also wrote stories about her adventures.
Brother of the above doll; he dressed in a sailor suit
Historical dolls from different time periods; Samantha, Felicity, Addy, Molly, etc.
Mattel's first talking doll; her name is sometimes used as an expression for a talkative person
These dolls with a 'vegetable garden' name came with first and middle names & birth certifcates, & wanted to be adopted
Male soldier doll which led to the coining of the term 'action figure'
This doll was the likeness of a 1930's child star with curly hair
This doll with a rhyming name was one of the first drink and wet baby dolls.
This doll is colorfully dressed, and her friends are the 7 Color Kids; the character started as an animated TV series
Native American men of the Hopi tribe carve these dolls & give them to the children to acquaint them with spiritual beings.
This thin, flat doll is cut out with scissors, as is her wardrobe.
Ugly(?) little dolls with wild hair based on creatures from Norse mythology
Well muscled man doll whose limbs could be pulled & extended without breaking
Large headed fashion dolls debuting in 2001.
Small dolls made to resemble people one knows for the purpose of casting spells on them
Mattel's tiny (less than 1 inch) doll that comes in a compact case filled with tiny accessories
Dolls made to order to resemble their real owners in skin tone, facial features, eye color & hair color & style
She started out as a paper doll in a ladies' home magazine, and was later made into a 'little girl' doll by Ideal.
Sold in the 1940's and '50s, this 'little girl' doll was one of the first that had separate outfits available for purchase.
Hasbro's lifelike baby doll made in several versions that do various things, such as eat, wet, poop, talk, sing, cry, etc.
Buffy's 'lady' doll on Family Affair, which was also produced by Mattel
Most popular selling baby doll of the '60s; she wiggled & squirmed like a real baby; her name is taken from a tiny Hans Christian Andersen character
Rag doll with a prairie type dress and bonnet created from greeting card artwork by an artist of the same name
Popular in the '50s & '60's, she really cried!!
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