Items shown below are for reference
1964-1967, grow hair doll, Magic Make Up Tressy, Mary makeup,
and sister Cricket
and her friend Toots. See the Tressy page for more details and
Plasty Petra doll
1960s, 11 1/2" tall, sold in Europe, this seems to be the clone that
Evergreen used. They also made a Peggy doll that was a Skipper clone with
a freckled face, later they changed it to a Francie like face
still on a 9 1/2" size body. Fred was Petra's
boyfriend and is a clone of Barbie's Ken doll boyfriend.
Teenager U.S.A. doll 1960s, 11 1/2" tall, had blonde ponytail hair,
cheaper hollow plastic body, straight legs - Marked: Evergreen, British Colony of Hong
Kong, wears a white ribbed knit swimsuit with a red ribbon with the
dolls name on it, pearl earrings in pierced ears, white high heel shoes.
Doll 1960s, 11 1/2" tall, rooted hair, painted features, dressed
and boxed, Made in Japan, doll unknown maker.
Miss Terry Teen
1/2" tall, Barbie head clone, came with 16 additional mix and
Ideal Mitzi doll
1960s, 11 1/2" tall - also sold by Reliable
of Canada - was discontinued in 1962 when
they introduced the Tammy doll family. The 1962 dolls have much
more exaggerated, slanting eyes.
Ideal Tammy Family
of dolls 1962-1966; Tammy, Misty, Glamour Misty, Pose N'
Misty, Miss Clairol and Samantha (of the Bewitched TV show)
1965. See the Tammy page
for more details.
Doll Clothes Peggy Ann doll, of
Springfield, Mass, 1960s, Made in Hong Kong,
11 1/2" tall, long straight rooted hair with bangs, fully posable,
Teenage Fashion doll, (shown on left) 11 1/2" tall, don't know
dolls name but she's one of the clones and was sold thru Sears in the
Shillman had a clone
doll, 11 1/2" tall, also lots of individual outfits.
1962, 11 1/2" tall, often called the "Big Head Suzette doll". Marked
on back: ©/Uneeda/Doll Co./Inc./1962. She has large black iris eyes
that are slanted, a unique body construction that is like a Y,
with the legs attached to the Y's stem. See the Uneeda Doll page for more
details and photo's.
1960s, 11 1/2" tall, this one has the Lilli clone head with
bubble cut or ponytail hairstyle, non-bendable straight legs one piece
hollow plastic body. This doll is not marked as
the doll above and once you see their faces and body would not be
mistaken for one another, probably has the U on back of neck, and may
have Hong Kong or no markings on the body. See the Uneeda Doll page for more details.
1960s, 11 1/2" tall, marked: on back with an arrow thru a heart. This unmistakable
Barbie face has almost straight across eyebrows which make her look, at
least to me, as though she is perpetually asking her owner "Why
Me?". This doll was also cloned with the copies being
made by an unknown manufacturer.
1960s Polly Play
Posy doll, 11 1/2' tall, brunette bubblecut hair style, made in Japan, she
also has a face that also seems to be
saying "why me?" Polly is posable, multi jointed and is very rare.
Doll maker is unknown.
1963 Debbie Drake doll,
11 1/2" tall, we think she was made by Reliable, doll is unmarked,
multi-jointed body; neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, waist,
upper thighs and knees, vinyl head with rooted blonde or
style hair, wore a red/pink leotard body suit just like Debbie Drake
wore on her fitness TV show. Doll is very unusual and very