There were several Skipper clone dolls. Some of them seem to be made directly from the Mattel Skipper molds.I think this is Miss Kitty by Capstan.
She's marked Hong Kong on the back of her head, and the small of her back.
|Although her face paint isn't done nearly as well as Skipper's.|
...to the left,and to the right.
Might want to just stick to that left side tilt...
The face is very like real Skipper.
The hands are fairly direct copies.
|Real Skipper on the left. Clone girl actually has more pronounced knuckles. Notice the extra plastic around clone girl's fingers.|
The feet are way different though. They look like a much cheaper doll than Skipper.
|Once again, real Skipper on the left.|
|The clone has obvious mold lines and stray plastic.|
|Quick Curl Skipper, a previous star of Skipper Saturday.|
Our Skipper clone today is also wearing a Skipper clone dress.
|The quality of the fabrics isn't too bad, and the design is really close to the original. There's no built in lacy slip though, like with the Skipper dress, and in a sure sign of poorer quality, the hem is on the outside of the skirt!|
It's a copy of Skipper's Silk 'n Fancy from 1964.