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9 Totally Awesome And Kinda Weird 1970s Celebrity Dolls

If you were on TV during the '70s, chances were you had a doll.

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1. Suzanne Somers as Chrissy Snow

Three’s Company was a huge hit and Suzanne Somers was arguably the show’s biggest breakout star. But it seems like a strange choice to base a doll on a character from a TV series that was clearly not intended for children.

Three’s Company was a huge hit and Suzanne Somers was arguably the show’s biggest breakout star. But it seems like a strange choice to base a doll on a character from a TV series that was clearly not intended for children.

2. Dolly Parton

It’s nice to see that Dolly’s doll also shared her famous curves.
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It’s nice to see that Dolly’s doll also shared her famous curves.

3. Donnie and Marie Osmond

Mattel really managed to capture their creepy smile perfectly.
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Mattel really managed to capture their creepy smile perfectly.

4. John Travolta

Plus, this Johnny doll will totally share clothes with Ken and Donny Osmond dolls (it says so on the box).
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Plus, this Johnny doll will totally share clothes with Ken and Donny Osmond dolls (it says so on the box).

5. Farrah Fawcett

The only doll your brother would want to play with too.

6. Diana Ross

Diana in the 1970s was fabulous and her doll was no exception.
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Diana in the 1970s was fabulous and her doll was no exception.

7. Susan Dey as Laurie Partridge

Susan Dey on The Partridge Family was gorgeous, but somehow the doll makers managed to make her look like a freaky alien.
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Susan Dey on The Partridge Family was gorgeous, but somehow the doll makers managed to make her look like a freaky alien.

8. Captain & Tennille

The husband-and-wife duo actually hosted their own television variety series on ABC from 1976–77. Although today they are best remembered for their No. 1 hit single, "Love Will Keep Us Together."

The husband-and-wife duo actually hosted their own television variety series on ABC from 1976–77. Although today they are best remembered for their No. 1 hit single, "Love Will Keep Us Together."

9. Cher

Cher gave Barbie a run for her money, becoming the No. 1 selling doll of 1976. I guess kids were able to look past the doll's creepy face.

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