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Barbie Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland Mad Hatter Doll
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- Based on Tim Burton's new movie adaptation of Alice In Wonderland
- Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland characters
- Dolls inspired by the characters from the film
- Mad Hatter played Johnny Depp in the film
- Sure to be a collector favorite
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I plan to keep mine in the box, so I had to guess about how "Durable" it is. I gave it the benefit of the doubt and decided that if you plan to keep it as a collectible in the box, as I do, the box and doll should actually hold up well. The cardboard box is thick and yet designed in such a way that it pops right open so you can examine the doll up close, then close it right up again without damaging the box at all.
Educational? No. Not for kids. But well, I'd feel bad saying 1 star. I don't hate anything about this doll. I'll give it three there because it could be educational for us big kids. Hey, c'mon, you could use it as a study of what dolls should be when trying to emulate a real person / character. Okay, I admit, a stretch, but it is one of the better ones I've seen recently. I've seen dolls based on people or characters that made me scratch my head and ask "Really? That's supposed to be *insert name here*?" But this one? They got Johnny Depp's Mad Hatter right on. Down to the spools of thread on his costume.
If you love Alice in Wonderland, Johnny Depp, or collect the collectible Barbies this one is probably a must have for you.
It is not meant to be played with at all, this is definitly a collector's item. I bought the doll so I could enjoy it myself, not to resell it later, and I'm very happy I did. It looks better when you take it out of the box so you can see all of the intricate details on the figure. I rated how durable it was as a 3/5 because you wouldn't want to take the clothes off of him, and even the hat is held on by the plastic packaging ties. It was a difficult and tedious task to get him out of the box.
Overall, it is worth every penny if you are a big fan of the movie, Depp's performance as the Mad Hatter, or a collector. Would not recommend this for children.
And I actually bought him a year ago but only recently have I learned how to post reviews on Amazon.
First off I must say that I am a big fan of Disney's 2010 "Alice In Wonderland" and I loved Johnny Depp's portrayal of the Mad Hatter. This little guy has the costume in great detail, from his mis-matched socks to his lace cuffs and his chain of spools. His hair is soft but not really the neon red orange of the movie. The bow tie is large but not overly so. He has the embroidery flowers on his pants leg and the bundle of ribbons on his side The scarf on his hat is long and hangs below his waist. He has the hatpins on the side of his hat and the 10/6 tag. I wish he had a peacock feather but that might be easily torn or messed up.
He does look like Johnny Depp and has the make-up around his eyes and and on his lips, but his eyes could have been bigger and greener as that was a trademark of this character.
He is not a doll to be played with, but he is a very nice additon to any one's doll collection who likes Johnny Depp and Disney characters.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The price on this is ridiculous I payed $35.95 or less when it first came out there's one on here for over $400.00 that's in sane for a Barbie doll mad hatterPublished 14 months ago by BRD35
I find it impossible to find decent looking male dolls but this is an absolute classic and a must have for any fan of Johnny Depp and his work in Alice in Wonderland. Read morePublished on August 26, 2011 by Angie
At first time I was a bit scared, because It was the first time I order something in Amazon, but when It finally arrived was great, the details are impressive, the quality is... Read morePublished on August 8, 2011 by Marita