The three dolls shown below were produced by Marian and sold through the Disney Stores. We are unclear if it was sold exclusively at the theme parks or through the Disney Stores, too. The dolls are made of hard vinyl and have rooted hair and the belly button bodies. The dresses are tagged Magic Attic (c) Disney/Made exclusively for Magic Attic. From the collection of D. Donally.
Heather as Snow White
Close up of Heather as Snow White
Megan as Sleeping Beauty
Close up of Megan as Sleeping Beauty
All three of the Disney girls.
Alison as Cinderella
Close up of Alison as Cinderella
MEGAN AS SLEEPING BEAUTY - DISNEY STORES
We believe the doll below was also produced by Marian and sold through the Disney Stores. This dolls is all original, although we do not have her box. Her dress and its detailing suggest that she was sold more with an eye toward collectors than as a play doll for children. This doll is made of hard vinyl with wigged hair. She is marked (c) MAC 1999/21060 on the back of her neck. Doll is from the collection of D. Donally.
Megan as Disney Sleeping Beauty
Close up of Disney Sleeping Beauty
Back view of Disney Sleeping Beauty - look at all those curls!
SANTA FE DOLL ART CONVENTION
Below are what we have dubbed "Cinderella" dolls. These dolls were produced in 1996 and designed by Robert Tonner for the Santa Fe Doll Art convention (I am assuming that this was a convention). It appears that each dolls was limited to only 150 pieces. I have been unable to find any further information on the Santé Fe Doll Art convention. Doll is from the collection of D. Donally.
Alison as Cinderella from the Santa Fe Doll Art convention
Close Up of Alison
Megan as Cinderella from the Santa Fe Doll Art convention
1997 JC PENNEY EXCLUSIVE DOLL & OUTFITS
This Heather doll was produced exclusively for the JC Penney Christmas catalog in 1999. Millennium Heather is wearing a simple blue velvet sequined dress with black side buckle shoes. She was not sold with socks or tights. She has two butterfly clips to hold her hair. In addition to the doll, JC Penney also sold matching dresses for both mother and daughter. Doll is from the collection of D. Donally.