My Mom cleaned out her attic, after fifty years of accumulation. Low and behold, she found these four lovelies! Three dolls are in home-made clothes but, at least they don’t have shags. I gave all my Barbies the “Mrs. Brady” multi-level shag hairstyle. How these dolls managed to make it through without becoming beauty shop customers-I’ll never know.
Now we are gonna play the doll version of “Are you smarter than a 5th grader”.
All of their hair is able to change.
One is in an original, but damaged, outfit.*
All are by the same manufacturer**
1.) I became the most recognizable doll with hair that grows?
2.) I am Velvet’s friend?
3.) I have a tattoo?
4.) I can actually flip my lid, who am I?
5.) Two of these dolls were produced in what year?
New York University (NYU)
- 1971 (Dina & Brandi)
Ideal Toy Company info from Wikepedia:
During the Baby Boom era, Ideal became the largest doll making company in the United States and began selling dolls under license in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. Their most popular dolls included Betsy Wetsy, Toni, Saucy Walker, Shirley Temple, Miss Revlon, Patti Playpal, Tammy, Thumbelina, and Crissy