Did mattel make a lingerie barbie?
no mattel is barbie . barbie wants to put bratz out of biz
Mattel did not make a Sunday School Barbie doll. This question was on the new game show "Million Dollar Drop" on 12/23/10. No
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Barbie is a product of Mattel.
A Mattel Barbie can be bought from many places online. Mattel have a website which sells Barbie and many accessories. One can also be bought from Amazon or eBay.
Mattel has used about 105 million yards of fabric to make Barbie fashions, making the toy company one of the largest apparel manufacturers in the world.
Mattel, Inc., makes Barbie dolls. Mattel, Inc., of Segundo, California The toy company that makes barbie dolls is mattel inc Mattel. Barbie has always been a registered trademark of Mattel. Mattel was originally known as Matson and Elliott, of which it is a sort of contraction. Under the Matson and Elliott label they made the Linoprinter, a combination typesetting machine and printing press, which sadly did poorly in the market place. It was not known… Read More
There were kits made by Mattel in the 1960s called Sew Free in which you could make Barbie dresses. There were kits made by Mattel in the 1970s called Sew Magic in which you could make clothing for Barbie, Ken, Francie and Skipper, and you could even make rag dogs or stuffed animals.
Barbie dolls are manufactured by the Mattel corporation.
No. These dolls were sold in 1998 and 1999.
Barbie dolls are produced by Mattel, Inc. The stock ticker symbol for Mattel is MAT. It is traded on the NYSE.
Barbie was named after Barbara Handler, the daughter of Ruth and Elliott Handler, who founded the Mattel Co. Barbie is not a company; she is made by Mattel.
yes barbie did sue Bratz in 2008 and are going to trial May 27 Yes. MGA (Bratz) lost the suit and had to pay $100 million in damages to Mattel (Barbie). the same pousin who made barbie made Bratz at the same time mattel created barbies then a dude from there went to another company and twisted their idea and used it to make bratz dolls Mattel sells the Barbie doll. MGA Entertainment sells the… Read More
'Barbie' is a Mattel toy company creation and character .
What I have come across are the following. Barbie Dolls are put out by the company Mattel. Mattel Vision Statement: "To be the premier Toy Brands - today and tomorrow. " Mattel Slogan: "Today and Tomorrow."
Barbie dolls which are made by the company "Mattel" are available to be purchased directly from the Mattel company and also from most children's toy stores such as Toys 'r' Us and Smyths.
Besides Barbie dolls, Mattel also makes Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars, and American Girl, Monster High and Polly Pocket dolls.
Yes, and sadly there is a lingerie barbie as well.
The Mattel sun logo is always on the box, not the doll. The word "Mattel" is written on the doll's backside.
If it was made by Mattel and has the Mattel logo it would be either Barbie or one of her friends. The dolls have been manufactured in Indonesia in the past few years. If a fashion doll was made by another company, it would have that company's name/logo on it and it is NOT a Barbie doll.
Ruth Handler at Mattel. Mattel introduced the Barbie doll at Toy Fair in 1959 and the Ken doll at Toy Fair in 1961.
According to Mattel, Barbie dolls are made in Indonesia and China
Mattel sold the Butterfly Art Barbie doll in 2000.
The special edition UNICEF Barbie was released in 1989 by Mattel.
The Rockette Barbie was a FAO Schwartz exclusive in 1993.
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The toy designers at Mattel have college degrees in engineering, fashion design or computers.
Mattel fired Kelly Sheridan in order to make Barbie appear younger, including a younger voice. Barbie is now officially voiced by Diana Kaarina.
She invented the first Barbie doll and Mattel invented the rest.
The Bedtime Barbie soft cloth doll was sold in 1994.
The designer was Ruth Handler and the company was Mattel.
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No, the doll's copyright is owned by Mattel.
Yes it was marketed in 2002.
The first Barbie doll to feature bendable legs was the American Girl model in 1965. Mattel, Inc. launched the Barbie doll in March of 1959. Barbie has since become a cultural icon, and Mattel has released dolls of different sexes, ethnicities, occupations, ages, and disabilities.
I'm a little confused by your question. Only Mattel has the rights to make the Barbie doll, at least here in the United States. There have been doll manufacturers in other countries that have purchased the rights to make and sell Barbie dolls in their own countries, such as Rosebud in England, Estrela in Brazil and Takara in Japan, but I don't think that is what you are asking. Other companies in the United States… Read More
No, MyScene is not the same as Barbie. However, both lines of dolls are made from the same company, Mattel. And both lines of dolls previously included a character named Barbie (But now they don't make the MyScene dolls with the name Barbie, now they have a new character.)
Mattel patented the Twist N Turn waist in 1966, and the TNT Barbie and Barbie-sized dolls were first sold in 1967. That style of doll was used for hundreds of Barbie and Barbie friends up through 1999, including the Mattel Pocahantas dolls sold in the mid-1990s.
It's always been Mattel.
The doll will have Mattel written on its backside.
Mattel Toy Manufacturer. the first inventer of the Barbie doll was Ruth Handler in 1959.
Mattel introduced an African-American Barbie in 1980, but only the coloring--not the doll's features--was modified.