|She has non bending arms and legs, and she's about 13" tall.|
She has empty plug holes in her head.
I have an extra head from the exact same doll, so we can see what the actual plugs looks like.
Once the plugs are in place the hair looks very full, in spite of them being so far apart.
|It's doing that sideways thing again.|
It looks like the plugs would be removable so I could switch the plugs from bodyless girl to girl with a body. They are really tight in her head though, and don't seem like they will pull out.
I don't really want this doll, but I hate to just throw her away. I have a really hard time doing that. I always feel like someone somewhere would want anything if it's still usable at all,and I hate to be wasteful.If I could switch the hair, there would at least be one doll who could find a new home.
Here's the other girl.
She was made by Hasbro in 1982.
|She reminds me of Morgan Fairchild.|
|Ahh! Big 80's hair!|
She has weird slits in her torso, arms, and legs that seem to be for tucking fabric into so you can design outfits for her with fabric bits.
|Her body has slits down the sides and that pink fabric is tucked into them.|
|What the heck?! Now we're doing UP SIDE DOWN TOO?!|
|Poor girl has a broken arm.And I think her dress is on backwards. Maybe she tried to put it on BY COMPUTER!!|
She's slightly taller than the first girl, and she's kind of curved. I don't want her either, and she's broken, but I'm curious. Also, it would be good to know for future reference.
Tomorrow's another doll. See you then.