Enough backstory. Apparently Joan was glamorous enough to be immortalized in doll form. I'm only now finding this out, and I think that she's a very...well, a very interesting and original choice. With all the Elizabeth Taylor and Marilyn Monroe dolls out there, it's always refreshing to see a new face. And which company was the brainchild behind this? Well, I know of two. There's Tonner, of course. Tonner opted to catch Joan's glamorous side.
advertised on Pat's Potpourri.
...and Worse Joan, ready to beat the snot out of Christina!
Seriously, one of her accessories is a wire hanger! That's downright freaky.
Apparently Joan Crawford is not a popular subject for the doll world, because these were the only ones I could find. But the two that I did find are from highly reputed doll companies, so I'm not going to complain. I don't know if I'll ever land one of the Tonner dolls since they've been out of stock for awhile, but Pat's Potpourri still has the Mommie Dearest doll available. I may rue this decision, but I'm going to try to wait until the middle of the year (June or July, probably) to buy another doll. Cami and Ana Ming were not cheap, so I'm going to hold off and see what happens.
Hugs, kisses, and cookies,