The 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz has brought a new series of dolls to the market. These limited edition dolls were created by the Tonner Doll Company and Wilde Imagination. They feature iconic characters from the film, such as Glinda the Good Witch and Toto.
Madame Alexander’s Glinda the Good Witch
For the 75th anniversary of the classic film “The Wizard of Oz,” Madame Alexander has unveiled a line of collector’s dolls celebrating the classic character. The collection includes Glinda the Good Witch and the Lullaby League. Each doll is accompanied by a commemorative box featuring a beautiful image of Glinda. As portrayed in the movie, Glinda has beautiful blue eyes and long, curly, tan hair. She wears a pink dress with long, flowing sleeves. The neckline and puffed sleeves are adorned with silver sparkle tulle.
The newest dolls in the Wizard of Oz line are based on the original film. They feature a brunette Dorothy with rooted hair, blue gingham dress, and red slippers. In addition, the Cowardly Lion wears a metallic ensemble and a pair of red slippers. These collectible dolls are in original packaging and may have some minor surface wear.
R. John Wright’s Toto
R. John Wright has created a series of characters from the beloved film, The Wizard of Oz. In the 1939 film, Judy Garland starred as Dorothy Gale, a Kansas farmgirl who is whisked away to the wonderful land of Oz. Today, you can purchase a Toto Wizard of Oz doll commemorating the 75th anniversary of the film.
Wright started his company in 1977 and began producing the first Toto doll in 1978. The company was officially licensed by Warner Brothers and is limited to 75 sets worldwide. These toys are perfect for children and are a great way to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the original movie.
Barbie Collector’s Jack-in-the-Box
The 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz is here and Mattel is celebrating with new Wizard of Oz Barbie Dolls. These dolls are sculpted in vinyl and are based on the likeness of the characters from the film. There are many different editions of these dolls, and they range in price from a few dollars to hundreds of dollars. In addition, these dolls are compatible with hundreds of barbie doll accessories.
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of “The Wizard of Oz,” Mattel has announced that it is partnering with Jazwares, a master toy company. This partnership will result in a line of products based on the film, including 5-inch small fashion dolls, playsets, and role-play accessories.
The 75th anniversary edition of Schylling’s Jack-in-The-Box features a sturdy metal construction and a plush Dorothy doll. The doll comes with engaging graphics from the movie and is about five and a half inches tall. The company will also introduce a new companion, Toto, a 3.5-inch toy made of custom-made mohair and felt. It is the perfect size to carry around and snuggle with during the night.
The 75th anniversary edition of Schylling’s Jack-in-The-Box will also include three new “Pink Label” Barbie dolls from Mattel. Schylling’s collection will also include a themed train set and a plush bear made by Steiff. A variety of other products will also be available.
RJ Wright’s Patience Glinda
In celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Wizard of Oz, Warner Bros. is releasing a range of toys in conjunction with the upcoming film. These will include the iconic Dorothy doll and the companion Toto doll. The series will also feature Mr. Potato Head and Alexander Dolls.
The original Wizard of Oz was an American musical fantasy film produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Victor Fleming, who had previously directed Gone with the Wind, returned to direct the film. The movie’s soundtrack was composed by Harold Arlen with lyrics by Yip Harburg. The film’s score won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for “Over the Rainbow”, and has been included in AFI’s 100 Years…100 Songs list. The film is also part of the National Film Registry, which is an organization for films.