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    • Fashion doll

    • Fashion dolls are dolls primarily designed to be dressed to reflect fashion trends. They are manufactured both as toys for children to play with and as collectibles for adult collectors. The dolls are usually modeled after teen girls or adult women, though child, male, and even some non-human variants exist. Contempora ... Read »


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    • American Girl

    • American Girl

      American Girl is an American line of 18-inch (46 cm) dolls released in 1986 by Pleasant Company. The dolls portray eight- to eleven-year-old girls of a variety of ethnicities. They are sold with accompanying books told from the viewpoint of the girls. Originally the stories focused on various periods of American his ... Read »


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    • Asian fashion doll

    • Asian fashion dolls are fashion dolls that are made by Asian manufacturers or primarily targeted to an Asian market. Some have received international attention, such as with Momoko Doll, and in 2005 the first annual Dollstyle convention was held in Tokyo. Many of these dolls have Asian or anime style features. Clothin ... Read »


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    • Barbie

    • Barbie

      Barbie is a fashion doll manufactured by the American toy-company Mattel, Inc. and launched in March 1959. American businesswoman Ruth Handler is credited with the creation of the doll using a German doll called Bild Lilli as her inspiration. Barbie is the figurehead of a brand of Mattel dolls and accessories, includi ... Read »


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    • Barbie Basics

    • The Barbie Basics is a line of collector's edition Barbie dolls. They were created by Mattel designer Bill Greening and were introduced in late 2009 to be officially released in the spring of 2010. From their name, the dolls are dressed in "basic" clothing that women usually have in their closets. The debut collection ... Read »


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    • Bild Lilli doll

    • The Bild Lilli doll was a German fashion doll launched on August 12, 1955 and produced until 1964, when Mattel acquired the rights to the doll and thus production ceased. Its design was based on the comic-strip character Lilli, created by Reinhard Beuthien, for BILD Zeitung, a German newspaper. The BILD-Lilli Doll was ... Read »


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    • Bleuette

    • Bleuette is a doll that was produced from 1905 to 1960 in France, that was only available to readers of the girls' magazine La Semaine de Suzette, or the English version - "Suzette's Week". Bleuette has a fully jointed composition body. She was 27 cm (10" 5/8) until 1933, then 29 cm (11 3/8) until production ende ... Read »


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    • Blythe (doll)

    • Blythe

      Blythe /ˈblaɪθ/ is a fashion doll, about 28 cm (11 inch) tall, with an oversized head and large eyes that change color with the pull of a string. The Blythe Dolls were based on the paintings 'Big Eyes' by the artist Margaret Keane. It was created in 1972 and was initially only sold for one year in the Un ... Read »


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    • Bratz

    • Bratz

      Bratz are an American product line of fashion dolls and merchandise manufactured by MGA Entertainment. Four original 10-inch dolls were released in 2001 —– Yasmin, Cloe, Jade, and Sasha, and in 2015, a fifth girl, Raya, was added as the fifth official Bratz. They featured almond-shaped eyes adorned with eyesh ... Read »


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    • Bratzillaz (House of Witchez)

    • Bratzillaz (House of Witchez)

      Bratzillaz (House of Witchez) is an American line of fashion dolls released by MGA Entertainment in 2012. The dolls, a spin-off of the company's popular franchise Bratz. Bratzillaz dolls are marketed as witches with special powers that make each character unique. The Bratzillaz girls are cousins of the Bratz and most o ... Read »


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    • Clea Bella

    • Clea Bella is a 39 cm (15.5 in) fashion doll similar to Gene Marshall, Madame Alexander's Alex, and Tonner's Tyler Wentworth fashion dolls. Clea Bella is a theatre-based doll, created in 2001 by Christina Bougas, of the Bella Productions Doll Company. The first Clea Bella doll she sculpted was called "Peacock Pa ... Read »


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    • Crissy

    • Crissy

      Crissy is an American fashion doll with a feature to adjust the length of its hair. Crissy was created in the Ideal Toy Corporation's prototype department in 1968. She has auburn hair and is 18 inch (360 mm) tall. While having stationary foundation or base hair rooted to its head, the Crissy doll also had another ... Read »


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    • Daisy (doll)

    • Daisy Doll was a famous 1970s doll designed by fashion designer Mary Quant. Mary Quant's Daisy doll was released in the UK in 1973. With the tag line 'Mary Quant makes Daisy the best dressed doll in the world' Daisy was manufactured in the 1970s in Hong Kong by Model Toys Ltd, in connection with Flair Toys Ltd. Fl ... Read »


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    • Dawn doll

    • Dawn dolls are small fashion dolls that were made by Topper between 1970 and 1973. They measure 6.5 inches in height and have painted eyes and lips. The girl dolls feature rooted hair and eyelashes. The boy dolls have molded hair. The dolls were quite popular and they topped sales of Barbie for a while, but were di ... Read »


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    • DC Super Hero Girls

    • DC Super Hero Girls

      DC Super Hero Girls or DC Superhero Girls (in various countries) is an American super hero action figure franchise created by DC Comics (a subsidiary of Time Warner) and Mattel that launched in the third quarter of 2015. At Super Hero High School, well-known DC heroes, both male and female, attend challenging clas ... Read »


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    • Disney V.I.P. Dolls

    • Disney V.I.P. Dolls are celebrity dolls based on characters in Disney Channel and their own TV series. They were released by Mattel in fall 2011. They are no longer in stores. The characters are Alex Russo, Sharpay Evans, Rocky Blue, CeCe Jones, Hannah Montana, Chyna Parks, and Teddy Duncan. The Disney V.I.P. doll ... Read »


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    • Diva Starz

    • Diva Starz was a series of fashion dolls created and released by Mattel during the Christmas shopping season of 2000. They are similar in design to the MGA Entertainment Bratz dolls released in 2001, and the Flavas dolls released by Mattel in 2003. Four dolls (Alexa, Tia, Summer, and Nikki) were offered in the original ... Read »


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    • Dollfie

    • Dollfie is a brand of vinyl doll created by the Japanese company Volks in 1997. It is a highly poseable hybrid of fashion doll and action figure. A Dollfie doll is about the size of a Barbie doll, 1/6 or playscale, though there are variants in different heights ranging from 23–29 cm (9–11.5 in). Dollfie ... Read »


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    • Ever After High

    • Ever After High is a fashion doll franchise released by Mattel in July 2013. It is a companion line to the Monster High dolls. However, in this line the characters are based upon characters from fairy tales and fantasy stories instead of monsters. As with Monster High and Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse, the line varies ... Read »


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    • Flavas

    • Flavas

      Flavas is an American line of fashion dolls created by Mattel in 2003. They are multi-ethnic and have an urban, hip hop style with "bling-bling" jewellery and stick-on tattoos, described as "ghetto-fabulous" by Newsweek. They were designed to appeal to tweens (8- to 12-year-olds) and compete with the widely successful ... Read »


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    • Fulla (doll)

    • Fulla (doll)

      Fulla is the name of an 11½ inch Barbie-like fashion doll marketed to children of Islamic and Middle-Eastern countries as an alternative to Barbie. The product's concept evolved around 1999, and it became available for sale in late 2003. Fulla was created by a UAE manufacturer from Dubai called NewBoy FZCO. Fulla ... Read »


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    • Gene Marshall

    • Gene Marshall is a 15.5 inches tall collectible fashion doll inspired by Hollywood's Golden Age. It was created by the illustrator Mel Odom. Each doll features an intricate movie-styled theme based upon fashions from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s as well as Hollywood's version of historical costuming. When the Gene Ma ... Read »


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    • A Girl for All Time

    • A Girl for All Time is a line of historical vinyl dolls and books, created by Frances Cain, owner of the brand’s holding company Daughters of History Ltd. Cain launched the series in 2012 at the London Toy Fair. The play dolls portray young teenage girls in several periods of English and American history, and come ... Read »


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    • Groovy Girls

    • Groovy Girls are a line of fashion dolls manufactured by the American toy company Manhattan Toy and launched in 1998. The brand consists of plush, 13-inch dolls, fashion and furniture accessories, as well as pets. Groovy Girls generally cost $10 to $20 per doll and target the 6-to-12 age range, with licensed products i ... Read »


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    • Hot Looks

    • Hot Looks were posable 19 inch "fashion model" dolls made by Mattel in 1987 to 1988. The dolls bodies were made from and their heads were vinyl. Each doll wore the clothing style of a country. The dolls in the series included: Four dolls were released only in Canada. The second release came out in 1988 as a test r ... Read »


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    • Integrity toys

    • Integrity Toys is a toy company that designs and markets fashion and celebrity dolls and related accessories, with a focus on high-end fashion dolls. Integrity Toys was founded in 1995 by Percy Newsum. Integrity Toys is a privately held company located at 100 Chestnut Springs Road in Chesapeake City, Maryland. Inte ... Read »


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    • Jamila (doll)

    • Jamila (English: beautiful) is the name of a fashion doll marketed to children in the Middle East. Challenging the already extant leading Muslim fashion doll Fulla, the 11.5 inch Jamila was launched by Simba Toys Middle East in October 2006. Starting off as a single but truly Arabic doll with dark-hair, thick eyeb ... Read »


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    • Jem (TV series)

    • Jem (TV series)

      Jem, also known as Jem and the Holograms, is an American animated television series that ran from 1985 to 1988 in U.S. first-run syndication. The series is about music company owner Jerrica Benton, her singer alter-ego Jem, her band the Holograms, and their adventures. The series was a joint collaboration by Hasbro, S ... Read »


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    • Jenny (doll)

    • Jenny (ジェニー, JenÄ«?) is a 10½ inch fashion doll produced by Japanese toy company now known as Takara Tomy since 1982. The doll was known as Takara Barbie, and in 1986 the doll was renamed "Jenny" after Takara ended their licensing agreement with Mattel.Takara Barbie differs from a western Barbi ... Read »


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    • Journey Girls

    • Journey Girls is an American line of 18" fashion dolls sold by Toys "R" Us. There are six main Journey Girls; Chavonne, Kelsey, Meredith, Callie, Kyla, and Dana, each with unique personalities. A seventh Journey Girl, Jordanna, was released as a special edition doll in late 2013 as part of the Paris collection. They a ... Read »


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    • Kitty Collier

    • Kitty Collier is a doll created by Robert Tonner and is marketed to mainstream doll collectors. There are two types of Kitty Collier, 18 inch Kitty with glass eyes and Tiny Kitty, a 10-inch version with painted eyes. Kitty Collier was created shortly after Robert Tonner's Tyler Wentworth hit the market. Kitty Collie ... Read »


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    • Lammily

    • Lammily

      Lammily is an American fashion doll developed by Nickolay Lamm in 2014. The doll was conceived as an "average" alternative to Mattel's Barbie line, which has gained controversy over its body image and proportions. Lamm created the toy using proportions of the average 19-year-old woman as indicated by the Centers for Di ... Read »


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    • Leggy

    • Leggy dolls, are MOD 10 inch fashion dolls that were released by Hasbro in North America, Polistil in Europe and Shiba in Japan from 1972 to 1973. The Hasbro and Polistil dolls are the same dolls, while the Japanese dolls differ. The Hasbro and Shiba dolls were given names, while the Polistil dolls are identified by ... Read »


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    • Licca-chan

    • Licca-chan (リカちゃん, Rika-chan?), full name Licca Kayama (香山リカ, Kayama Rika?), is a dress-up doll series introduced in Japan on 1967-07-04 by Takara, enjoying the same kind of popularity in Japan as the Barbie series does in the United States. The Licca-chan dolls tend toward ... Read »


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    • Mdvanii

    • Mdvanii was originally conceived as a conceptual art and fashion doll for adults (and particularly art, fashion and doll collectors) by artist BillyBoy*. Since 1990 it has known to have been a collaboration with his life partner, artist Jean Pierre Lestrade (a.k.a Lala). The doll was originally made in a matte Caron ma ... Read »


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    • Momoko Doll

    • Momoko Doll (モモコドール) is a 1/6 scale (27 cm, 10.6 inch) Japanese fashion doll, roughly similar in size to Robert Tonner's Tiny Kitty Collier. Momoko was created in 2001 as a side project by a Japanese software company called PetWORKs. (The creator was Namie Manabe (真鍋 奈è ... Read »


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    • Monster High

    • Monster High

      Monster High is an American fashion doll franchise created by Mattel and launched in July 2010. The characters are inspired by monster movies, sci-fi horror, thriller fiction, and various other creatures. Monster High was created by Garrett Sander, with illustrations by Kellee Riley and illustrator Glen Hanson. The fr ... Read »


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    • Moxie Girlz

    • Moxie Girlz

      Moxie Girlz were a line of fashion dolls introduced by MGA Entertainment in 2009. These dolls are targeted at girls ages 6+. The four original 10.6-inch dolls are named Lexa, Bria, Avery, and Sophina, with others named Kellan, Monet, Merin, Ida, and Amberly. The Moxie dolls are reminiscent of Bratz, having the distinc ... Read »


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    • My Scene

    • My Scene

      My Scene was an American series of fashion dolls created by Mattel in 2002. Mattel's Barbie character is one of the dolls in the My Scene line, and the My Scene dolls have slim bodies similar to earlier Barbie dolls, but with larger heads.The New York Times described their features as "exaggerated lips and bulging, mak ... Read »


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    • Novi Stars

    • Novi Stars was an American line of fashion dolls released by MGA Entertainment in 2012. It revolves around a set of alien girls who land on Earth and want to be like humans. At the end of 2013, MGA Entertainment announced that no new Novi Stars will be produced, making it obvious that the line itself has been discontin ... Read »


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    • Pinkie Cooper

    • Pinkie Cooper and the Jet Set Pets

      Pinkie Cooper and the Jet Set Pets was a short-lived line of fashion dolls developed and manufactured by The Bridge Direct that arrived in major US and international retailers in Summer/Fall 2013. The line includes aspects of fashion play, travel and pet collectibles in a unique form that will stand out in the fashion ... Read »


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    • Pippa (doll)

    • Pippa was a "pocket-sized" fashion doll, like Polly Pocket, offered by British toymaker Palitoy between 1972 and 1980. She was a 6.5 inch fashion doll with numerous friends, fashions, an apartment, a car, even her own hair salon. Similar to Topper's Dawn doll, Pippa was marketed as "the pocket money fashion doll tha ... Read »


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    • Polly Pocket

    • Polly Pocket

      Polly Pocket was a toy line of dolls and accessories. The name comes from the fact that many of the original Polly Pocket dolls came in pocket-size cases. The Fashion Polly dolls sold by Mattel differ significantly from those originally sold by Bluebird Toys. The original Bluebird dolls were less than one inch tall and ... Read »


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    • Princess of Power

    • Princess of Power (commonly abbreviated to POP; and sometimes informally referred to as She-Ra, after the lead heroine) is a toyline created by Mattel. Among others, it features the characters of She-Ra and Catra on planet Etheria. With its launch in 1985, the toyline spawned a variety of products, including three line ... Read »


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    • Pullip

    • Pullip (Korean: 풀잎) is a fashion doll created by Cheonsang Cheonha of South Korea in 2003. Pullip has a jointed plastic body (1:6 scale) and a relatively oversized head (1:3 scale), with eyes that can move from side to side and eyelids that can blink. Pullip was first marketed by Jun Planning out of Japan; bu ... Read »


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    • Razanne

    • Razanne is a series of dolls designed and produced by Ammar Saadeh, a Palestinian expatriate living in Michigan, United States. The dolls hit the consumer markets in 1996. Inspired by the American doll Barbie, Razanne is aimed, according to Saadeh, to help Muslim girls develop self-esteem and to dream. All Razanne dol ... Read »


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    • Saghira

    • Saghira

      Saghira (Arabic for little girl) is a Muslim doll that was created as an alternative to other mainstream dolls which usually are made in western countries. Saghira is now a 17 and half inch doll that is available in North Africa, parts of Europe and the Middle East. Saghira was created by a Moroccan manufacturer S ... Read »


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    • Sara and Dara dolls

    • Sara and Dara dolls are Iranian toys. They were first introduced in March 2002, as an alternative to the Barbie doll. 100,000 of the dolls were made in the first round of production by a manufacturer in Hong Kong. The dolls cost less than Barbie dolls, and are meant to promote Persian culture, even though they have not ... Read »


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    • Sindy

    • Sindy

      Sindy is a British fashion doll created by Pedigree Dolls & Toys in 1963. A rival to Barbie, Sindy's wholesome look and range of fashions and accessories made it the best selling toy in the United Kingdom in 1968 and 1970. After Marx Toys' unsuccessful attempt to introduce Sindy in the United States in the late 1970s, ... Read »


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    • Strawberry Shortcake

    • Strawberry Shortcake

      Strawberry Shortcake is an American brand owned by Iconix Brand Group, originally used in greeting cards and expanded to include dolls, posters, and other products. The Strawberry Shortcake properties also include a toy line of the character's friends and pets. In addition, the franchise has spawned television specials ... Read »


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    • Sybarite (fashion doll)

    • The Sybarite is a 16-inch resin artist-doll created by London artists Desmond Lingard and Charles Fegen in 2005. Sybarite dolls are fully articulated mannequin-like dolls and have appeared in several fashion trades (French Revue des Modes, Style.com, Women's Wear Daily). HauteDoll features Sybarites on the Covers of th ... Read »


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    • Tammy (doll)

    • Tammy (doll)

      Tammy was a 12" fashion doll created by the Ideal Toy Company that debuted at the 1962 International Toy Fair. Advertised as "The Doll You Love to Dress", Tammy was portrayed as a young American teenager, more "girl next door" than the cosmopolitan image of Mattel's Barbie, or American Character's Tressy. The doll ... Read »


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    • Teen Trends

    • Teen Trends was a line of dolls created by Mattel. They featured only four dolls and were released in 2005. They have most likely been discontinued. Nothing new has been released since 2007. It is unknown if they will ever release anything new again, but during the holiday shopping season of 2007 super sized Kianna dol ... Read »


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    • Tressy

    • Tressy is an American fashion doll with a feature to adjust the length of its hair. Tressy was first produced by American Character Doll Company in the 1960s and later by Ideal Toy Company in the 1970s. The doll was invented and patented by modern furniture designer Jesse Dean and his wife, Diana. "Tressy" was tra ... Read »


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    • Tyler Wentworth

    • Tyler Wentworth is a 16" fashion doll created by Robert Tonner produced by the Tonner Doll Company, Inc. for adult collectors. Tyler Wentworth dolls are constructed of vinyl and hard plastic and have rooted hair or wigs. The Tonner Doll Company produces an extensive selection of ensembles and boutique pieces for the Ty ... Read »


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    • Victorious Dolls

    • Victorious Dolls is a celebrity doll line released by Spin Master in 2011 based on Nickelodeon's Victorious TV show. The dolls are representations of all the female characters of the show. The dolls were originally seen in the 2011 American International Toy Fair. The only character then was Tori, which had her fashio ... Read »


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    • Polly Pocket

      Polly Pocket was a toy line of dolls and accessories. The name comes from the fact that many of the original Polly Pocket dolls came in pocket-size cases. The Fashion Polly dolls sold by Mattel differ significantly from those originally sold by Bluebird Toys. The original Bluebird dolls were less than one inch tall and ... Read »


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    • What's Her Face (doll)


    • Winx Club

    • Winx Club

      Winx Club is an Italian animated television series directed, created and produced by Iginio Straffi and his company Rainbow S.r.l. in co-production with Rai Fiction. The series is the first Italian cartoon to be sold in the United States. It is also broadcast in over 130 countries worldwide, and is Straffi's most succe ... Read »


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