Miss Marjie
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There are still many more great growing hair girls to see just of
domestic manufacture...then we will move on to the ladies with lovely
locks that were produced overseas all over the world children were
eager to have a growing hair doll to call their very own! The demand
for grow hair girls produced some of the most unusual and elusive
dolls that collector's vie for today at online auctions and doll shows!  
American Charc. Tressy & Cricket, Joann Dolls
Ideal Tara, Dollspart, Danbury Mint & Sheena
Cathie by Bella
The Lilì Mexican Crissy Doll
Japanese Grow Hair Dolls
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This sophisticated gal was created to compete with American
Character's fashionable Tressy prior to Crissy family's release in
1968. While we do not know the exact year, we do know that Miss
Marjie was released prior to 1967 as her doll company went out of
business that year.  Our grow hair gal is the only one we have ever
seen.  

Miss Marjie's body was made out of a very thin plastic so when she
arrived to us her whole body was shattered in the box.  We replaced
her torso with a Tammy doll clone's body and legs.  Her grow hair
mechanism is fairly simple - her grow hair ring is located behind her
shoulder.  We are thinking that she may have been available in
grocery stores!  Her head is made of vinyl.  

Miss Marjie's grow hair is very long as you can see by the photos.

Please enjoy looking at the many photos we have taken to share her
uniqueness with you!
A hard-to-find Miss Marjie
Shown in her original outfit with
replacement Tammy shoes
Isn't her box lovely?
Miss Marjie with Ideal Tammy and Eegee's Grow Hair doll Shelley
Miss
Marjie's
original
body parts
- see her
grow hair
string
A close up of Miss Marjie's pretty face -  
not all Marjie's had Grow Hair
See hair style suggestions
above!

Her darling box said:

Young hairdressers can
style unlimited number
of hair-dos
with Miss Marjie