My Scene is an American series of fashion dolls created by Mattel in 2002, the same company who makes Barbie dolls.
What happened to Bratz?
Bratz were discontinued again in 2016 after a poorly executed re-branding and low sales. Isaac Larian announced on May 20, 2017, that Bratz would be back in Fall 2018, in addition to announcing a collaboration with fashion designer Hayden Williams.
Who created My Scene?
My Scene is a series of fashion dolls created by Mattel in 2002. Barbie was included as one of the characters and the dolls were made to compete with MGA Entertainment's Bratz dolls. There were three My Scene films as well as webisodes, though Barbie was written out of the webisodes in 2006.
How tall is a My Scene doll?
Product Dimensions 12.9 x 7.6 x 2.5 inches
Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 18 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No
Mfg Recommended age 15 year and up
Is there a my first Barbie?
The “'My First'” Barbie appeared on the doll scene in 1980 or 1981. Her box has the 1980 copyright date, but that often means the doll was not available for sale until the following year. Barbie was already the most famous doll ever. ...Dec 1, 2006
Does my scene still exist?
The website was part of Everthinggirl.com, which featured many sites for other doll lines by Mattel such as Barbie and Polly Pocket. There were also many international versions of this website that were launched. The My Scene site is no longer available nor is the EverythingGirl site.
How do I identify my Barbie doll?
- Look at the Body. On the back of most dolls, there is a marking with a year. ...
- Look at the Back of the Head. ...
- Look at Anything A Bit “Different” About the Doll (for example; hair, tattoos, piercings, earrings, etc.) ...
- The Mattel Customer Service Website. ...
- Google Images. ...
- Amazon. ...
- Social Media. ...
- Doll Blogs.
How does average Barbie differ from the original Barbie?
Average Barbie, who has not been endorsed by Mattel, is modeled off body measurements of a normal 19-year-old American girl using data from the CDC. She's shorter and broader, with a smaller head and thicker neck. Standing next to Average Barbie, Mattel's Barbie looks a little alien.Jul 9, 2013
Do My Scene dolls still exist?
Mattel stopped selling My Scene dolls in the US in 2008, but continued to sell the dolls internationally, until Mattel stopped production on the My Scene line as a whole in 2011.