Toys of the Seventies, Jane West

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Like Johnny West, only female. She was blond and her molded plastid clothing was blue with tan accessories. Came with a Palomino horse. Later version had horses with jointed legs. My dad still has her coffee cup and branding iron, which I'm sure I'll inherit someday.
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DJ - June 10, 2010 - Report this comment
I still have my Jane doll mine has brown hair it was given to me by my mother(my middle name is Jane)When I had my son he used to teethe on her(because of her plastic body guess it felt good on his gums)
Rob Lambert - August 25, 2014 - Report this comment
Part of Marx Toys "Best of the West" collection of bendable figures and playsets. Regarding Jane West, Marx had molded her in two varieties. The original: Her face was made to look like an older woman (30s or so), which didn't sell well with young girls. By mid 1966, Marx remolded Jane to resemble a teenager. The first molding is scarce on the collectible market.

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