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Dolls Grandma Played With

written by: kinderellad
 
I loved my dolls when I was a little girl, so I thought it would be fun to look at the dolls that were played with in the earlier times. Hope you have as much fun taking the quiz as I did writing it!

Question 1:


Dolls made in the 1940's were made of a material called composition. What was composition made of?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
wood chips and glue
paper mache'
rubber
plastic

Question 2:


The first dolls that could walk, talk, and open and close their eyes were made in this decade.
1870-1879
1930-1939
1900-1909
1910-1919

Question 3:


These dolls first appeared in 1909 and were most popular in the 1940's. They were given out at county fairs as prizes and very collectible today.
Shirley Temple Doll
Madame Alexander
Kewpie Doll
Betty Boop

Question 4:


Betty the Beautiful Bride, Sweet Rosemary, and Debbie Darlin' were in a collection of dolls in the 1940's and were priced so they were more affordable than other dolls. What was this collection called?
Cheap Dolls
Dimestore Dolls
Grocery Store Dolls
General Store Dolls

Question 5:


The first battery operated doll was made of tin in the 1950's and could do something that real babies can do. What could the doll do?
talk
walk
cry
crawl

Question 6:


Which of these dolls were part of the "American Character" series of dolls that included dolls of real and fictional characters of the 1950's.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
The Three Stooges
Shirley Temple and Mickey Roonie
Dennis the Menace and Little Lulu
Little Ricky and Dennis the Menace

Question 7:


This little doll, which resembled a very famous movie star, was one of the most cherished dolls in the late 1940's, but was most popular in the 1950's. It was made of hard plastic and had rooted hair.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
John Wayne
Lucille Ball
Shirley Temple
Marilyn Monroe

Question 8:


This 11" to 20" tall rubber doll came out in the early 1950's. What was its name and what could it do after it drank its bottle and you squeezed its tummy?
Baby Drink A Lot - burped
Tiny Tears - cried little wet tears
Betsy Wetsy - wet her pants
Baby Alive - soiled her diaper

Question 9:


This paper doll from a popular magazine attracted so much attention that it was made into a "real" doll.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Patsy's "Life"
"Time" for Cindy
Betsy "McCall"
"Look's" Lucy

Question 10:


This 12" doll, introduced by Ideal Toy Co. in 1956, was the first of the 50s "glamour" dolls. She was double marketed by Ideal and a trusted cosmetic company.
Miss Revlon
Elizabeth "Betsy" Arden
Little Lady Avon
Miss Mabelline

 


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