Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Star Spangled Dolls

From the "You think you've seen it all department" comes these American History (Possibly Bicentenial influenced) figures from Mattel. Obviously these figures are a tidy reuse of the Sunshine Family molds but in historical garb.


I got curious and after a little ebay searching did find a boxed "Southern Belle" on ebay, which I didn't purchase but at least it does confirmed these made it to market. Just what I needed, more knowledge I can't really use practically or to make money with....

More Sunshine Family:

7 comments:

JFStan said...

Sunshine Family dolls are creepy as hell, and these are like their bizarre, demonic family tree. Those eyes! THOSE EYES!!

ladracul said...

I think their Disney versions of history (Pocahontas, Tiana) and a little known pink box line from the '90s with Barbie as a Pilgrim and Colonial woman were far more better...

But hey, it was the Bicentennial, they'd do anything.

John III said...

Useless trivia knowledge? I know your pain.....

rob! said...

They're dead, I tells you! DEEEEEAAAAD!

Alphacentaurian said...

Yeah, these are just a little creepy. About 6 outta 10 on the creep-o-meter.

Melanie said...

I had (and still have) 2 of these - the Pioneer Daughter and Southern Belle.

Anonymous said...

I would MUCH rather give these dolls to my child over those trampy Bratz dolls!

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