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Pamela Doll

Pamela Doll

Pamela Doll was a 20" talking doll made by Worlds of Wonder in 1986. She was called the living doll and she had sensors in her face so that when you pushed them she would say things to you like "I can hear you".

Pamela doll had various cards you could put in her back to change ativities, and different outfits and activity sticker books to go with each card and outfit. When you pushed her belly she giggled.

Pamela ran on 4AA batteries and her original outfit was a white long-sleeved shirt with purple, blue and pink plaid overalls. I still have mine and I wouldn't give her up for anything!


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Do You Remember Pamela Doll?

Do You Remember Pamela Doll?

  • Anonymous user
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    I had a Pamela Doll when I was little. I forgot it at my grandma's house, and she gave it to the neighbor's grand daughter. Last Christmas, my mom surprised me with a Pamela doll she found on ebay. I have the Dress, overalls, and Pajamas. However, they all have stains on them that I can't get out. I would like to find more clothing for her.
  • Anonymous user
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    I still have my Pamela doll too! My friend gave it to me when we were kids because my name is Pamela. I have the pj outfit w/pillow and the 6 voice cards. I remember I always wanted to get her velvet party dress, but I think it was discontinued before I could.
  • Anonymous user
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    I had this doll... Oh the memories...