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There are the dolls you play with, the dolls you display, and the dolls you buy and keep mint to give to your heirs. You'll have to decide which category these dolls fit into. If you play your cards right, maybe they could end up having been all three.
Madame Alexander official site
It's Glinda, not Glenda. Glenda was Dorothy's girl-gone-bad aunt who moved to Cali and wound up owning a brothel.
Mooklyn wrote:It's Glinda, not Glenda. Glenda was Dorothy's girl-gone-bad aunt who moved to Cali and wound up owning a brothel.
ROFL. It's being fixed.
I'm pretty sure that Tin Man doll will kill you in your sleep. I'd suggest confiscating its ax.
daveinwarshington wrote:Toto too??????????
Toto too! Although he looks a bit like the ground hog from Ground Hog Day in the vendor photo.
WHY ARE THEY SO EXPENSIVE?!
Darn! No Flying Monkeys. I really want a Flying Monkey (and I don't mean Mortimer).
rtwesterlund wrote:WHY ARE THEY SO EXPENSIVE?!
They are Madame Alexander collectible dolls.
ThunderThighs wrote:They are Madame Alexander collectible dolls.
They're super creepy is what they are.
I used to work in a fancy toy store that sold Madame Alexander collectible dolls. They were very pricey, and I expected them to be porcelain but they aren't. You're paying for the name and the Wizard of Oz theme on these ones. Also, they are as creepy in person as you expect.
That said, the larger cloth dolls are cute and more playable looking. I would expect high quality because of the Madame Alexander name.
Madame Alexander dolls are always great but I would never buy one without seeing it. One of the most important features on a collectable doll is the eyes and far too often they get off set when made and not only does it make your doll super creepy but it decreases the value. Before you buy a doll you look it in the eyes (you should probably buy it a drink too). ;)