Liddle Kiddle doll history
First 24 Liddle Kiddle Dolls
made by Mattel, were introduced in 1966. At 2 1/2 - 3 1/2" tall, girls and
boys share the same type of vinyl covered wire, bendable body jointed only at the neck, comb
their rooted hair, painted facial features, each with their own action accessory
and Kiddle komic funny book which tells a story about the dolls.
Lucky Locket &
were introduced. By 1968 Kiddles became even smaller, as tiny as 7/8" tall
until production ceased after 1971.
Kiddles have special iddle names as
they were packaged in
lockets, walker skeddiddlers, as
holiday themes, in pop bottles or cologne bottles, in pop-up books, inside
jewelry cases, in
animal zoo characters, cosmic space characters, inside tasty treats lollipops or
ice cream cones, in a
teacup, Little Babies in a cradle and Play House dolls.
Besides the dolls, there are kiddle vinyl cases, houses, snap-happy
furniture, paper goods, games, lunch boxes, records, posters and more. Kiddles
also had look a like, clones or competitor dolls, made by other doll makers.
Happy Kiddle Kollecting!