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Little Miss No Name

I remember the Christmas I got Little Miss No Name - my brother got her for me along with a Mrs Beasley doll. I was so happy!

Little Miss No Name was, and still is, one of my favorite dolls. I really wish I still had her. She was so special and she was a gift I will never forget. I was around 9 when I got her in the late 1960's, I believe, and I am now 43 and will never forget her.

Little Miss No Name was released by Hasbro in 1965 but sell very well and hence, didn't last for too long. She came dressed in a ragged all in one with two patches and a removable tear and her arm was outstretched as if she was begging. Little Miss No Name didn't have any shoes, instead coming bare foot and measured around fifteen inches tall. Little Miss No Name had huge, oversized big brown eyes and a very sad expression on her face.


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Little Miss No Name Last post by remember
23 July 2008

Do You Remember Little Miss No Name?

Do You Remember Little Miss No Name?

  • Anonymous user
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    I agree with the last posting, what disturbing looking dolls, a bit like the child in the japanese horror(can't recall the film title?)why would this fill a childs heart with joy when they opened it? A doll with a permanent expession of sadness, distress and neglect???????//Bizare!
  • Anonymous user
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    I don't remember this doll but she looks like something out of a horror film!!