|Oliver and Mitchell.|
He has the usual articulation, plus his elbows, knees, and ankles.
|His ankle joint allows his feet to flex both upward and downward.|
|I thought at first that his arms didn't even bend, until I pushed his sleeves up and saw the joint.|
His head only has the usual jointing:he can turn it from side to side, but it doesn't tilt at all.
I'm pretty sure that this doll wasn't sold in this track suit. There were several versions of Oliver produced...
|I have this shirt, but I thought I got it in a pile of doll clothes. Maybe not. Maybe this is him.|
|This Target exclusive set.|
...but I can't find one wearing this.It's hard to tell the difference in the Oliver dolls without the original outfit, because they all use the same sculpts.
Once again, Oliver puts a little diversity in your choice of male dolls.
Come back tomorrow for Shrunken Saturday and see what tiny doll I have for you then.