Toys of the Eighties, Julie Doll
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She was a doll after Cricket and Teddy Ruxpin. She had reddish hair down to her shoulders and bangs. Her finger had this weird sensor thing, and when she touched pictures in these books that came with her she could identify them. She also could speak phrases.
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Hooks - June 25, 2007 - Report this comment
My friend had this doll. .she scared the crap out of me!
joey - June 28, 2007 - Report this comment
My sister had this doll too. When you squeezed her stomach, she would also laugh, like you tickled her. We actually still have it laying around in a box.
sarah - July 09, 2007 - Report this comment
We have had 4 of these dolls,I bought them at toys r us when they were clearenced. My daughter got the first one,then my 2step grand daughters (one got my daughters) there are 2 in the basement-one still in the box for my new grandaughter when she gets older.
Elsje - July 25, 2007 - Report this comment
Haha, I had this doll! I loved her! I liked to condition her to respond to mean/funny words.
Carrie - December 10, 2007 - Report this comment
my friend had one and swore up and down it was haunted. She kept it in a box in the closet and absolutely refused to put batteries in it.
terri - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
We purchased this doll the year she came out for our daughter Juli who was 4 at that time, she enjoyed her very much, unfortunately we do not have the instructions or box, I do have her original outfit, light pink sweater and darker pink cordoroy pants, book and stickers but never purchased additional cards, I know she has some secret words that make her talk more, but I do not remember them all, if anyone has additional info on this doll that could help me, please leave a comment, I can get her to sing Rock a bye baby, Twinkle Twinkle little star, she does recognize dark and light, my 8 year old niece enjoys playing with her when I visit. My daughter has passed away at a early age of 15, so this doll is very special to me. I will keep it and cherish it always.
micHELLe - February 09, 2008 - Report this comment
I had this doll when I was a kid. I wanted it really bad so I got it for Xmas. I loved it, it was my favorite toy, but at the same time I felt bad because my parents had to pay such a high price for it. It was about $112 SMH @ the price
Jessica - March 13, 2008 - Report this comment
does anyone know how much this doll cost when it was new?
Sarah - March 13, 2008 - Report this comment
I have the Brazilian version of this doll!She looks exactly the same, but her name is Nadia and she speaks Portuguese instead (obviously). Her original outfit was the same, except she didn't come with the hat and the scarf. She was my all time dream doll, but since it was stupid expensive, i didn't get her at the time. I finally bought her recently out of a Brazilian auction website. It wasn't until today i found out about her American twin sister, Julie XD This is so cool!
Andrea - April 06, 2008 - Report this comment
I bought this doll for my daughter in 84 or so, and it was the same price as Cricket (who wasn't programmed to do anything but play a tape), around $50 or so. We still have the doll and her books. This doll was so ahead of it's time, I think it was only on the market a short time. They still haven't come out with a doll with the capabilities of Julie!
Belinda - May 05, 2008 - Report this comment
Hi...Does anyone know what some secret words might be? I bought one off Ebay and she is great but I know she can say more. Thanks. Belinda
Callie - May 06, 2008 - Report this comment
I had one of these dolls...she used to really scare me when she would say something new. Sometimes I thought she was possessed. I had to keep her in my closet at night, because I was scared that she would come alive. Don't get me wrong, I did enjoy having this doll and I still have her, too. Although she doesn't work anymore.
mary - September 29, 2008 - Report this comment
mine always messed up and we'd have to reprogram her. it got to where you'd have to reprogram her every time you turned her on. they now just came out with a new one. hope it works better! but i did have fun with it. funny story- it turned on one night when i was spending the night at my cousin's house. freaked us out!
margiebelch - November 18, 2008 - Report this comment
i have one like new in box like to know the value of her
lynn - November 18, 2008 - Report this comment
yes she was 69# love to know what she worth today like new
Kim - November 27, 2008 - Report this comment
I have a Julie doll in her original packaging...Never played with...What would be her value???
Donna - December 04, 2008 - Report this comment
A long lost friend of mine helped create the doll. Only 500 were distributed before Coleco filed suit claiming infringement of their Chatty Cathy. Obviously, Chatty Cathy couldn't hold a candle to Julie, but my friend didn't have the funds needed to fight Coleco. I found one at an auction some years ago and recently gave her to my daughter. I've often wished I could find my friend to see if disks were available.
beth - December 07, 2008 - Report this comment
i had this doll when i was a child. I played w/ her so much that I eventually broke her head. I loved this doll. I would love to find one for my dtr. Anyone know where I might find one?
amy - December 11, 2008 - Report this comment
I got one of these dolls for Christmas when I was younger. My sister got the Jill doll the next year, which I thought was way better! I took Julie to school for show and tell and I remember being so embarrassed because she wouldn't respond to my voice! I kept saying "Julie music" over and over and she wouldn't do what she was supposed to!
Christy - January 01, 2009 - Report this comment
I LOVED THIS DOLL when I was a child. I would like to still have her today but I think she's lost forever. I remember one of her secret words was "melody" (not music). You could say either "Julie, sing me a melody" or "Julie, melody" and she will sing a short song. I can't remember any more right now but that one stick out in my memory!
sandi - January 02, 2009 - Report this comment
for sale
Amanda - February 03, 2009 - Report this comment
My family still talks about how I would always talk to the doll in the same exact voice. Since they told me it recognized my voice I would always say "Juuuuulieeeeee?" in a really loud voice. Must have been fun for them. Didn't this doll also have to go to "sleep" at night? I remember having to cover her eyes until she "yawned" and fell asleep.
Melinda - February 11, 2009 - Report this comment
This was also my favorite doll as a child. I do have the original box, book, stickers, and outfit. The price tag on the box says it's $119.99 I do have a list of words that I had written out on a piece of paper when I was younger, but I'm pretty sure those are just words that she speaks.
Me - April 09, 2009 - Report this comment
I had this doll and I loved her....until I stepped on her one night and she talked to me without batteries. Needless to say, she was gone the next day!
melissa - April 29, 2009 - Report this comment
i loved this doll. I got her when i was 7 i think. maybe earlier. i used to use her to scare my sisters sometimes. well whenever they'd pick on me. then she kinda started scaring me a little. one weekend i came home from my cousins house and she had a bump with a bruise on her right temple. needless to say it never disappeared. though i have many other stories about her wierding me out i still loved her. i don't have her anymore, unfortunately was not my decision, but i still have her book and her outfit is packed away somewhere in my closet. i would'nt mind getting another one just to have though.
Melissa - July 15, 2009 - Report this comment
I used to keep her in our basement family room. Julie was sensitive to both light and temperature. So all she would say was. I'm cold. And, Why is so dark in here.
80s kid - September 30, 2009 - Report this comment
I was just sitting here chuckling about Julie -- in particular, about my high expectations for her. They ran these very effective commercials in which a wise-sounding man would say all seriously, "Julie... the doll that understands." I thought she'd be a cross between a robot and a new best friend. I begged for her, got her for Christmas, and was totally disappointed! Would love to see one again.
Nikita - October 25, 2009 - Report this comment
OMG, I got Julie for Christmas when I was a little girl I LOVED her she was the best doll EVER even my younger brother liked her, he was also the one to poke one of her eyes out. I was so heartbroken but I also was little afraid of her after her eye accident. now years later I would love to buy one for my daughter. Anyone know where I can find one??
Sharon - November 11, 2009 - Report this comment
My daughter wanted this doll for Christmas in the 80's. I had never heard of it but found the last one on a shelf for $50.00 (I had heard it was $125. so I felt very lucky.) We loved playing with it and when she was at school I would program it to respond to me. It was WAY before it's time and I'm surprised they haven't come out with anything like it now. We also bought the books and extra disks so that she could do even more. She is now packed in original box waiting for grandchildren to play with it.
Laura - November 23, 2009 - Report this comment
I am also looking for oneof these dolls, my dauughter had one and it accidently got thrown out and she wants one for her daughter, any ideas where to look
Veronica - November 23, 2009 - Report this comment
Our daughter, Adero, wanted this doll so bad for Christmas, I think it was in 1988. My husband and I lived in Shelby; had to look for this doll everywhere. We looked all over Charlotte and finally found it at Toys R Us when they were on Independence Blvd. To us this doll was expensive; about $112.00 at the time. We have her put up in the attic and we are expecting a granddaughter next month (Adero's 29 now). Guess we'll get it down in the next couple of months.
Joan - January 20, 2010 - Report this comment
I am interested in finding a Julie doll still in the stepdaughter had one when she was little and would love to have another.
christy - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
i have 2 of these julie dolls they have original outfits on i only have one book i will be putting them on ebay in just a few weeks. i hope to sell them they are not in boxes.
melissa halliwell - March 26, 2010 - Report this comment
sulema - May 27, 2010 - Report this comment
i have this doll too, and i also have had alot of paranormal expreince with her i love her ill always paly with her but she dont talk no more how can i fix her
sulema - May 28, 2010 - Report this comment
just wondering did julie move with anyone i saw her move more then once, n ill leave her some place n she m=be somewhere else
Tyra - June 06, 2010 - Report this comment
I took my Julie to the beach and all she did was complain "It's really warm" and "It's getting brighter". Then she broke because she got wet. But my parens didn't care 'cause we just found her sitting outside of a mall for free!!!! XD
Erika - July 17, 2010 - Report this comment
hi i had this doll as a child and i absolutely love her. i just won my daughter one off of ebay. she is in great condition with original clothes. unforunately she did not have any books with her and if anyone knows where to find any or has any for sale please contact me i also would like to go over her instruction booklet. also does anyone know what this doll is now worth?
Heather - September 07, 2010 - Report this comment
Santa Claus gave me this doll when I was little. I loved her soooo much. I wish I could get one for my daughter.
Mayo - September 21, 2010 - Report this comment
I got Julie for a Chrismas gift when I was in the 1st grade. She was so ahead of her time and nothing has compared to her technology since. However, she scared me to death. When I would have her in my lap riding in the car, she would ask "are we going somewhere?" Or when I would take her outside on a winter's day she would say "brr it's cold out here." Those are only a few observations she would make as we were playing together. I regret getting rid of her at a yard sale as a child but I was so terrified by her incredible knowledge of her surroundings and I never knew what else she was aware of...
Cyd - September 30, 2010 - Report this comment
My parents bought me this doll, and it scared the mess out of me! I never played with it. Randomly, in the middle of the night Julie would start talking, "Brrrrrr, it's getting cold in here." I'd screammmmmmmmmmm and run into my parents bed. I thought Julie was possessed--it was something about her eyes. Clearly, this doll left a lasting impression on me 23 YEARS later.
Antonia P. - October 01, 2010 - Report this comment
I still have her! Book, doll and original clothes! :) Jeeze, Im a packrat!:)
LJC - December 01, 2010 - Report this comment
Ok so I personally have nvr had a Julie dol but the personal stories I have heard scare me to death. If u notice, most of the people that commented sound somewhat obsessed with this doll. Dsnt that strike anyone else as odd???
Hillary - January 07, 2011 - Report this comment
I would really love to have this doll again for my little girl. Had one as a child and it must have been thrown out. Please email me if you have 1 for sale that is still in good workibng condition.
ana - February 08, 2011 - Report this comment
i to have a julie she only scared me cuz at the time chucky was out so i thought she was chucky so she is put up. knw reading these stories going to make me pull her out and c is she still works she should i only played with her for a mouth
SisterDoolittle - March 26, 2011 - Report this comment
No joke - this doll scared the living daylights out of me! it used to start talking WITHOUT any provocation at all...all on its own it would just start blurting out phrases...eww...*shudder*
Kallie - April 04, 2011 - Report this comment
Found someone who has the original instructions and scanned them I can't post a "link" but the website is robotsandcomputers and the pdf can be found under owner's manuals towards the bottom under "everyone else". Loved this Doll. Way before her time, nothing possessed and nothing weird just truly unique.
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Brandon Reina - June 28, 2011 - Report this comment
American Girl revived Julie (from some old toy company in the 1980s) and made her a superstar as of today. She still shines as an American Girl doll (that comes with book and original clothing). And No, SHE IS NOT CHUCKY ANYMORE (SHE IS A HISTORICAL AMERICAN GIRL DOLL CREATED BY AMERICAN GIRL)!
Sharon - October 06, 2011 - Report this comment
We got our daughter this doll back in the 80's for about 100 dollars. Julie was well before her time, talking and answering to her name when spoken to. Although my husband and I found Julie facinating, our daughter hated this doll and rarely played with it. She played with her Cabbage Patch doll more. We just recently cleaned out our attic and lo and behold we found Julie. I didn't hold out much hope that she would work after 25 years in storage but I was willing to try. I popped in new batteries, turned her on, and presto...she began to speak..Hi, I'm Julie. :) Brought back memories. I can't locate her book. I am going to search ebay and amazon to see if I can find one.
Kelly - March 17, 2012 - Report this comment
I got Julie as a little girl and I absolutely LOVED her. I have her original outfit, the pajama set, the sweatsuit, and her original book. My little girl (now 6) plays with her. When you first put her batteries in she will ask a series of questions. you need to be in a quiet room so she can hear your responses clearly. She then "remebers" your voice and how you said each clue word. EX: hungry, melody, be quiet, pretend, Julie, no, yes, and okay. Later when you play with her you have to repeat the words the same way you originally said them when she was remembering. When you play with her, it should be in a quiet area so she's not confused by other noise. This is how she works best. I would love to find other cartridges for her. My cousin had her "little sister, Pamela" doll who also talked. Good memories. I never was freaked out by her, but I also never saw Chucky :) I am glad I would never have wanted a movie to ruin the wonderful memories I have of playing for years with this doll!
N - March 22, 2012 - Report this comment
I loved this doll and I still have her. My father probably bought her on sale sometime in '89 or so. He also managed to find me one cartridge for her. I thought she was amazing, though as a kid I sometimes had issues with her recognizing my voice and what words I was speaking. (Probably because I didn't speak clearly-- I was just a kid!) I recently pulled her out after nearly fifteen years in storage and she still works. Better than I remember. I can put her secret words into a sentence and she'll understand. (Like I can say, "Sing a melody." And she will.) She's a remarkable doll not just for the time period she came from, but even for now. I haven't seen any dolls like her.
Kimberly - August 07, 2012 - Report this comment
I had this doll when i was a child i absolutely loved her. This and Teddy are the two toys i remember the most i wish they would sell her again in stores.
RUBY - September 17, 2012 - Report this comment
I had julie to when i was a 11 years old i got her for x-mas...she was all i ask for due to the cost...i got her and loved every minut of it as that 11 year old girl looking for her if anyone out there has her new or used i would be willing to pay a good price for her..
Laurie - November 22, 2012 - Report this comment
Here's a link to the user manual. Print it out or download
Ben - November 24, 2012 - Report this comment
I have 1 of only 100 of these dolls that was built by Texas Industries back in the early 80's. I have the book. She is fully clothed and still works great. What are these dolls going for?
Rhonda - December 03, 2012 - Report this comment
I had purchased a Julie doll for my oldest daughter in the 80's. She becamee like a plastic member of our family. She didn't like our fireplace because she said that room was too hot. She asked my daughters to go get their parents because she needed batteries... I don't recall them playing with her after that. My dad loved Julie as much as my children. He would press the little buttom in to program her to interract with his voice also. And yes, you could tell her to go to sleep and she would, but all you had to do was call her name and back at it, she would be. Excellent toy!
Christine P - August 25, 2013 - Report this comment
When I was younger , my mom gave me Julie as a xmas gift. She made me happy. Yes, she did speak w/o batteries before, but that didn't bother me. I found her to be different. She will only speak differently with me, due to registering my voice. My sister and mom couldn't get her to speak the same way. My mom had me get rid of her in church. She believed doll was possessed. I enjoyed her, reluctantly I had to give her up. I was devastated!
Chantell from California - November 23, 2013 - Report this comment
I was just telling my 12 year old son about my Julie doll. Thank goodness for google. I loved her reactions- put her close to the light and she would say, it's bright in here. Cover her eyes- who turned out the lights? Loved the ice cream Q&A. I have no clue what happened to my Julie. And I had no idea how much she cost looking at the prices listed- yikes! My mom was a better Santa then I had even known :) I guess I'll have to get her an equivalent today's price Julie gift. Coach store here I come!
ellie from uk - February 12, 2014 - Report this comment
i was given a julie doll from my sisters friend when i was about 5, i loved her, my sister sadly did not nor did my mum, so they removed her whilst i was at school, i remember her saying hi my name is julie, my favourite colour is yellow, that she loved pancakes and she loved the stairs, she never had a cartridge but from that day on i have hunted for her, as i have got older now 26 i am still looking for one in the uk, which seems near if any one wishes to sell one in full working condition and ship to the uk i would love to discuss a price to be reunited with my best friend,
Leslie - March 08, 2014 - Report this comment
This doll was my best friend when I was a child. I got her for Christmas the year she came out and fell head over heels in love with her! She would sing Twinkle Little Star and Rock-a-by Baby. I kept her until I was around 24 and then finally accepted the fact that it was time to let go. Now I wish I still had her, as I would love to give her to my future daughter!
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ROBERTA - February 24, 2015 - Report this comment
My oldest daughter loved her Julie doll so much, that when her younger sister was born, she asked to name her Julie.
cheryl - August 23, 2016 - Report this comment
I begged my parents to get me this doll. It was too expensive, they told me. So my grandmother got her for me for my birthday. I was ecstatic! I thought she was the coolest toy ever...until one night, after I went to sleep, she started talking slowly and unprovoked. I freaked out and had my mom get rid of her. Lol. Probably just a malfunction, but it scared the crap out of me.
Melinda - November 12, 2016 - Report this comment
I am 62. A neighbor recently gave a Julie doll to my 4 year old granddaughter. There was something about the doll that I couldn't put my finger on. When my granddaughter played with it for the 1st time, it kept telling her "let's take a walk" and " let's go to the playground" as she was pushing it in her little doll stroller. I thought that was amazing. I became enamored with Julie as much as my granddaughter. We don't have any cartridges or books. It has never been programmed...I wouldn't even know how to do it... but she has said as many as 120 different phrases. I know because I kept a list. Occasionally, she still says something new. Is this typical? I have had a couple of unexplained things happen with Julie, but I am trying to keep an open mind. The amount of phrases she knows, and still comes up with something new, makes me very curious. Do others recall their doll saying that many things without any of the cartridges?
Amy T - August 24, 2018 - Report this comment
Looking for a voice cartridge for Julie. Must be in working condition. Will pay a fair price. Email me at
Mike I Got It - September 15, 2018 - Report this comment
I just came from an auction and found two Voice Cartridge with Book in original packaging. trying to found their value since I don't have a Julie Doll. If ya know Email me at
Elly - October 01, 2018 - Report this comment
Hi, I am looking for any voice card/voice cartridges booklet to purchase for worlds of wonder Julie doll. Must be in good working order and in good condition. condition. Willing to a negotiate a price with seller. Email me at
Amie - October 07, 2018 - Report this comment
I bought the first Julie doll for my daughter at a goodwill store when she was about two years old. She loved Julie so much and ended up dragging her around for years. Eventually, Julie stopped working, so we got another Julie (or two) off of eBay. She still has ALL of them and she is 19 now and a Junior in College! Julie stories are a favorite way to remember her childhood! For those wanting to reset their Julie, there is a small reset button on her back near the battery area. You have to push the button (though I don’t remember if it is a sunken button or not). Either way, you use the button to rest Julie and then follow the prompts she gives. It will allow you to “voice train” her so that she responds to your specific voice. She will also explain her secret words to you! So, give it a try with some really fresh batteries and make some really cool new memories! Plus, hold her tummy in and listen for her to say “stop, that tickles” and laugh her silly mechanical laugh! We love Julie!
Suki - April 25, 2019 - Report this comment
Hi, to anyone reading this does anyone know how to use the reusable stickers that come with the Julie doll? Apparently they are used to assist in book reading with Julie, does the doll actually interact with the stickers, do you put the stickers over the book hot spot, anyone know what you’re supposed to do with them and how they’re supposed to work when interacting with Julie?
Toni - February 18, 2020 - Report this comment
I purchased a fully refurbished Julie a few years back. She works beautifully, and is in wonderful condition. She seems to creep everyone out (even though I store her without batteries), but i think she's one of the most beautiful dolls out there.

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