Toys of the Seventies, Tressy Doll

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this site called a Tressy doll, a crissy doll. It is actually a Tressy doll.
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Pam - February 15, 2009 - Report this comment
Strange idea of a Barbie sized doll that had hair that grew when you pulled it while pressing her belly button! To shorten the hair again you wound it back with a small key in her lower back. She came with a book of hairstyles that were impossible to do on such a small doll! Lost interest in mine.
Patricia K. Klee - January 05, 2010 - Report this comment
Oh my gosh, I am 1 of 10 kids and I wanted this doll in the worst way! My parents managed to get her for me and it was the best doll ever! I remember her so well and fixed her hair oh so cool! My sisters and I fought over her! Thanks for the memories!
Rob Lambert - April 30, 2017 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault: Earlier TV commercial for Tressy Dolls, which aired on a rerun of "Underdog" over NBC (12/11/65). Tressys go back to 1963. The original company, American Character, fell to bankruptcy in 1968. Ideal Toys acquired selling rights then, continuing thee Tressy line until 1972. Tressy Dolls were, to many, another Barbie rip.

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