About Little Miss No Name
You think Oliver, Annie or Raggedy Ann had it bad, at least they had names. Little Miss No Name's sob story starts with her big, brown, sad eyes, tear included, and continues with her burlap patched dress and her open-hand pose, willing to receive all the TLC you give her. She needs some love, a home, and a name. Hasbro's doll with a tear package pleads, "I need someone to love me. I want to learn to play. Please take me home with you and brush my tear away." Produced in 1965, Hasbro's pitiful doll is the anti-Barbie, a rebel to the lavish lifestyle of the glamour dolls of the day. She had no dream house, no fancy car, no handsome boyfriend, and no shoes. Not a huge seller for Hasbro, she is now a sought-after collectable since her humble beginnings as a mail-in premium for Borden's Dutch Instant Chocolate. Although the 15 inch vinyl jointed original doll is hard to find, there is a large inventory on eBay. Little Miss No Name will definitely tug on your heartstrings.