Toys of the Eighties, Little Wee Wild Things
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They were tiny little dolls about the size of your index finger, made entirely of plastic except for their long hair that was usually brightly coloured--blue or red or pink. They were vibrant dolls, colourful and wearing clothes as funky as the era they were designed in.
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Jacki - July 23, 2007 - Report this comment
I had a ton of these as a kid and no one ever remembers them. My mom used to hide them in the easter egg hunt and my sister and I would fight over who found it first. I had the limo too!!
Rose - August 27, 2007 - Report this comment
I bought my daughter several sets of Wee Wilds over 20 years ago and thankfully when she tired of them I boxed them up and put them in the shed. Her son enjoys playing with them now. Seeing him set everything up brings make many happy memories. We have the Rock N Roll limo, the swimming pool/bathtub, the birthday cake and the hair salon. My daughter is so glad I'm a pack rat!!!!
Melissa - December 17, 2007 - Report this comment
This is to ROSE, If you are ever willing to sell the set and the dolls let me know I will buy!!!!! My kids love the ones I had from childhood, I have the shoe, cheeseburger, and cake, with 11 dolls. Love them!
erdath - January 26, 2008 - Report this comment
My sister, my friend, and I had these but I had the most. One came with a horse, one came with a boat, one had a vanity. I also had the slice of cake!
Christy - February 19, 2008 - Report this comment
I have the purple haired one, and I remember she came with a jeep. The doll is still packed away somewhere at my parents' house, but I have no idea what happened to the jeep. I remember using her little hair doodad as a Barbie watch. I really liked that doll :)
Anna - April 19, 2008 - Report this comment
OMG! I was the designer in charge of the line at Mattel. The basic concept was from an outside inventor but I designed the line. The Limo was just a model of a limo cut in two. I had so much fun designing the limo! I can't believe that kids actually played with the dolls and accessories! They didn't sell well... up to Mattel standards. You guys have made my day!
Ashley - December 09, 2008 - Report this comment
Omg, it's so nice to know that there are other people that know what these toys are! My friends look at me like I'm crazy whenever we bring up the subject of 80s toys and I mention these guys! I had a bunch of 'em and I had the little party car that opened up! Those were the days, man. Toys these days SUCK!
Athey - December 30, 2008 - Report this comment
wow! Awesome :D Trip down memory lane. I had all of the dolls and a ton of the accessories. They were totally my favorite dolls when I was little. I loved these things :D
Paula - January 03, 2009 - Report this comment
It was so much fun to read about Wee Wild Things. I was the inventor that came up with the original concept for Wee Wild Things while I worked at Marvin Glass in Chicago. It was the first toy that I had invented that sold to a manufacturer. I loved that line- I was so glad to read that it had meaning for others.
jay - April 28, 2009 - Report this comment
oh my god, these dolls actually exist! I remember I had the shoe playset and the one with the red hair, and I could not remember the name of these dolls... no one could remember them at all.
Jen - May 21, 2010 - Report this comment
My friend and I used to LOVE these things. The only one I can remember having was the shoe. But we used to ask our Moms if they would take us to the store to get new ones. I can't believe they weren't popular enough for Mattel to keep selling them. They were very inexpensive, if I remember correctly. So cool to see these again. :)
Kathleen - December 24, 2010 - Report this comment
If there is anyone out there willing to sell their collection of these please email me, I can't find them anywhere! I am particulary interested in owning the limo and dolls. my email is Thanks!!
Kathleen - December 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Nevermind, got the whole set today!!!!!!!!
cassidybear - July 23, 2011 - Report this comment
I am 30 and about to have my third baby and my two toddlers LOVE the set of Wee Wilds i used to play with!! I am hunting high and low and cant find them anywhere, I'd love to collect more!!!

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