This page is for other popular Ideal dolls that we have in our collection, there just aren't enough of them so that they can have their own gallery right now. However, if you have any of these fabulous dolls or other great Ideal dolls that are not yet in our museum, please contact me to find out how you can submit your doll photographs to be included on this website.
Saucy Walker - 1950s
This is an 18" Saucy Walker doll. When you moved her legs to make her walk, her head turns from side-to-side. She is in her original blue cotton dress with pink shoes and white nylon socks. The show will be marked Ideal Toy Company on the bottoms. From the collection of D. Donally.
One of the best loved child stars, Shirley Temple dolls have withstood the test of time. The Ideal Toy and Novelty Company began producing the Shirley Temple dolls in the 1930s and continued to produce them right up until they closed their doors in the The first doll appeared on the store shelves in 1989. Her smile and trademark dimples are simply infectious. From the collection of D. Donally.
Jody - 1974
Jody was introduced by Ideal in 1974. She came dressed in a variety of outfits, including the one shown below. Jody also had many accessories including a country store playset. Jody features long red hair that fell to the floor (if you are thinking the same red as Crissy then you are probably correct). Her cotton skirt and blouse are very well made. Her "straw" hat is actually molded plastic. From the collection of V. Donally.