More Vintage Paperdolls, Page 3
Elizabeth Taylor paper doll
Published by Whitman 1949
paper doll of Elizabeth Taylor...........long before her 1963
portrayal of "Cleopatra" with Richard Burton and Rex
Harrison. These paper dolls were published at the time she appeared
with June Allyson, Margaret O'Brien, Janet Leigh and Mary Astor in
"Little Women" (1949).
of her earlier movies included "National Velvet" (1944),
"Life With Father" (1947), "Father of the Bride"
(1950) and "Quo Vadis" with Robert Taylor and Deborah Kerr.
Check out the glamorous fashions for a glamorous star.
Jean paper doll
Published by Saalfield 1940
Jean was a child singing star in the early 1940s. She portrayed Judy
in the 1945 musical "Easy to Look At." Several late 1940's
musicals followed including "An Old Fashioned Girl" (1948),
"I Surrender Dear" (1948) and "There's A Girl In My
Heart" (1949) with Peggy Ryan.
she does have a web site!
Gale Storm----My Little Margie paper doll
Published 1954 by Whitman
Gale Storm had a top-rated TV series from 1952 to 1955 called "My Little Margie." Although a noted singer, this program verified Gale Storm's talent for comedy. The character of Margie Albright is memorable as the funny, good-hearted daughter of Vern Albright (Charles Farrell).
only is "My Little Margie" available on video........Miss
Storm also has a web site of her own.
New Shirley Temple in Paper dolls
Published by Saalfield 1942
Temple as a young teen instead of the precocious child who sang
"Animal Crackers In My Soup" and "On the Good Ship
Early 1940's young adult fashions. No longer the cute child star with a puckered, pouty mouth.
is now a lovely young woman. It as during these years that she
co-starred in such movies as "I'll Be Seeing You" (1944)
with Ginger Rogers and Joseph Cotton, the World War II drama "Since
You Went Away" (1944) with Claudette Colbert, and "The
Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer" (1947) with Cary Grant and Myrna
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