Toys of the Eighties, Rose Petal Place
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Rose Petal Place was an American-produced animated film from 1984, with a corresponding line of toy dolls made by Kenner. The concept for Rose Petal Place was created by David Kirschner and the film was written by Mal Marmorstein.
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A. Rose - January 04, 2010 - Report this comment
I loved "Rose Petal Place"! One of my friends down the street had the series of books and the dolls. I remember that the dolls smelled of fragrance (or had one you could apply); a powdery-rose, chamomile and honeysuckle blend. I remember the drawings had big blooms worns on the heads of the characters and they had flower-trimmed cars and homes.
Roxanne - November 24, 2010 - Report this comment
I had this movie! I never had any of the dolls but I totally remember watching this. LOL
Andrea - January 07, 2012 - Report this comment
I loved watching The Rose Petal Place cartoon! I had the book A Garden of Love to Share- it was a book with a tape, the Rose Petal doll, and the Lily Fair doll too! :)

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