Disney Frozen Anna Singing Doll 16″ Toy

January 18, 2014 - Comment

Anna sings For the primary Time when motion activated Anna’s coronary heart lights up in an icy blue glow when movement activated On/Off swap positioned on the facet Articulated arms and legs Totally rooted, braided hair Signature outfit with distinctive bodice, glittering satin skirt, sheer top, and embellished boots Impressed by means of Disney’s animated

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Anna sings For the primary Time when motion activated
Anna’s coronary heart lights up in an icy blue glow when movement activated
On/Off swap positioned on the facet
Articulated arms and legs
Totally rooted, braided hair
Signature outfit with distinctive bodice, glittering satin skirt, sheer top, and embellished boots
Impressed by means of Disney’s animated feature Frozen

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  • Anna sings For the first Time when motion activated

Comments

Talvi says:

Strikingly lovely Anna doll This doll really captures the cute, sweet, awkward, and sheltered younger sister from Frozen. It is a beautiful representation of Princess Anna in the blue skirt that she purchases from Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post (after ruining her coronation skirt by falling into a freezing stream while looking for her sister Elsa).Although it does resemble Anna from the movie, it more closely resembles the Anna you see in all the illustrated children’s books now available and also the Anna…

Anonymous says:

I bought this today at a Disney Store for about $42 with tax. I like this doll much more than the Elsa one (though I have ordered that one, too, just had to get it from Amazon since it is out of stock at all the Disney Stores). Elsa looks pretty, but her dress isn’t as nice as Anna’s. The 12″ Elsa doll has much more detail (I don’t own it or plan on getting it, I just have seen it), but I prefer the 16″ size. I plan to sew some dresses for them, so I was more concerned with the doll…

Anonymous says:

My 7-year old daughter loves her Frozen Anna doll, and she truly enjoys the song the doll sings. Unfortunately, she’s about the only one in the house who does, and the lack of volume control is highly irritating because that doll is seriously loud. All I can say is that I would never pay so high a price for such an annoying doll. My daughter, who is reading this review over my shoulder, puffed out her cheeks in disapproval. So it’s up to you to determine if the one outweighs the other. Caveat…

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