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Barbie Collector Cyndi Lauper Ladies of the 80s Doll

by Mattel

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  • Ladies of the 80s Collection
  • Cyndi Lauper doll captures the singers iconic fashion sense and spunk
  • In signature skirt and funky hairdo
  • Includes Cyndi Lauper doll, outfit, shoes, doll stand, and Certificate of Authenticity
  • For the adult collector
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  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 3.4 x 13 inches ; 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002IAYY0W
  • Item model number: R4460
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #176,454 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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Barbie Cyndi Lauper Ladies of the 80s Doll: Pink Label Collection. Cyndi Lauper is one of the foremost female singer/songwriters on the scene. Cyndi created an unforgettable landmark of pop culture music and the notion that girls just want to have fun. The Cyndi Lauper doll captures the singers iconic fashion sense and spunk with her signature skirt and funky hairdo. This is part of the Ladies of the '80s collection. Includes Cyndi Lauper doll, outfit, shoes, doll stand, and Certificate of Authenticity.

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Brand new doll in box

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Well they finally did with Mattel's Ladies of the 80s line.
musicfan
I received two of the dolls today, and I can happily report that she came out BETTER than I'd hoped; IMO, she came out even better than the prototype!
Todd W. Storey
For the Barbie collector, or just for a Cyndi Lauper fan, this would be a great addition to their collection.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Todd W. Storey on February 6, 2010
Let me start my review by saying that I am a HUGE Cyndi Lauper fan, and have been since '84, standing by her all these years and never leaving her side. That being said...

I've always wished there was a doll of Cyndi, even imagining that she'd be part of some "Rock Divas" collection in the Barbie line. Little did I know that I wasn't too far off track! Here we FINALLY have the Cyndi Lauper doll, the final(?) doll in the Barbie "Ladies of the '80s" collection. After the great job Mattel did with Debbie Harry, and then the HORRIBLE tragedy that is the Joan Jett doll, I awaited Cyndi's plastic incarnation with a mix of excitement and a slight bit of dread. I received two of the dolls today, and I can happily report that she came out BETTER than I'd hoped; IMO, she came out even better than the prototype! Mattel NAILED Cyndi's eyes perfectly, even managing to capture her joyous attitude in them, and the Teresa head mold was indeed the best choice to use for Cyndi, as the mouth and cheeks mimic Cyndi's face very well. Very little seems to have changed from the prototype; even the complex, metal, multi-linked beaded earrings made it through to the produced doll. Even the doll's hair goes one step further than the prototype, with streaks of yellow and red being shot through the orange/auburn, giving the doll's hair a LOT of color. The fabrics of her fashion are great, too, with a rich tafetta for her skirt, and fabric with a lace overlay making up her corset. She is also wearing a plastic flower necklace, three metal chain bracelets, and a black/gold elastic cord ankle bracelet over her fishnets.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Phyllis on December 1, 2010
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I bought this as a gift for a daughter. She is a huge Cyndi Lauper fan, as well as a Barbie collector. This doll is not designed for young girls, as it is considered a Barbie collector doll. It is more appropriate for the teenage/adult collector. I was really impressed with the doll, since Mattel did an excellent rendition of Cyndi Lauper. Love the outfit! As Cyndi fans know, she has a flair for wearing "funky" clothes. For the Barbie collector, or just for a Cyndi Lauper fan, this would be a great addition to their collection.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By musicfan on March 20, 2010
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As a long-time Cyndi Lauper fan, I'd thought about buying a Cyndi doll before-if anyone ever made one, that is. Well they finally did with Mattel's Ladies of the 80s line. Out of the 3 available so far, I think the Cyndi one is the best. Maybe it's because she is one of my favorite singers. But the quality is good and the look captures Cyndi in her She's So Unusual/Girls Just Wanna Have Fun heyday. I think this one is the closest to resembling it's model, compared to the others. It also really captures a certain time in the mid 80s. From her bright orange-red hair and red dress to her red shoes, the doll stands out with all that color. They gave her nice earrings, a couple of bracelets, an ankle bracelet, and a necklace with flowers on it. I really like the detail. The hair isn't exactly like in the photo, but I think if you opened it you could fix it the way you want. It's exciting to have a doll of a celebrity I've liked since I was a kid.

The design of the box is nice too. I like the pictures they used, although they didn't really have to repeat the same photos over (they used the same ones multiple times), since there are many photos of her from that era. But it's cool.

I've found this doll to be hard to find in stores, unlike the Debbie Harry and Joan Jett versions. It is also usually the most expensive. The only thing I have an issue with is the price. These were originally selling for $50, but prices have dropped in some places, including Amazon. [...] is still a lot for a plastic doll made in China, but that is about the best price you are going to find. In this case it appears to be well-made though, thank goodness, so at least you feel like you are getting your money's worth-especially if you are a Cyndi fan or 80s music fan.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Razour on April 8, 2011
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I grew up with Cyndi Lauper and she was a role model for me. thanks to barbie for putting this out!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kasey G on August 20, 2010
I was excited when I heard Mattel would be releasing a Ladies of the '80s series featuring three of the most popular female vocalists from that era.

After seeing the collection in stores, I was somewhat disappointed in the Joan Jett and Debbie Harry dolls as they didn't quite resemble their living counterparts and were quite-generic looking aside from their little outfits. I decided to forgo those two and buy the gorgeous Barbra Streisand doll instead.

The Cyndi doll is another story altogether. She is cute as a button and her face, hair and clothes are totally evocative of the "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" era.

I wish Mattel hadn't switched to the clear plastic casing for their Pink Label series but I guess it is more durable than the thicker cardboard they were using before; it just doesn't look quite as nice.

They did a nice job on this and she will look beautiful in your display cabinet. Now they need to make one of Pat Benatar in her "Love is a Battlefield" outfit, or Janet Jackson.
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