Saturday, April 29, 2017

SPP also had fashion booklets

Cute Tips for Shopping Trips is the name of the 1965 SPP booklet.

Barbie- and Skipper-themed luggage by SPP
There were two of these Barbie and Skipper trunks.
The other one shows them in horseback riding outfits.

No, I don't know why you'd want
a vinyl Frankenstein picture hanging in your room.

The back of the SPP booklet.

My boss, Anita, told me some shocking news yesterday, and NO, it wasn't job-related.  She has taken an interest in old Barbies since I've told her a lot about them, and she was at an antique store last week where the dealer had a Skipper case for sale.  Neither she nor I were interested in the Skipper case, but he told her about a booklet that he had with information about the SPP cases.
Standard Plastic Products made the Mattel Barbie cases in the early and mid-1960s.  I did not know that SPP also had a booklet that advertised all its sale items, very much like a Barbie clothing booklet.  Anita bought the booklet and showed it to me yesterday.  I nearly fell over; I had no idea such an item existed.
Although the booklet was undated, I believe it was from 1965.  It showed all the Barbie, Ken, Skipper and Midge cases and school supplies available that year.  It also had its own children's luggage lines, Beatles vinyl school supplies, plus a bizarre series of Universal Monster binders, wallets and pictures.  Lastly, it showed some small houses for its own line of toy animals, and the houses looked like what Mattel later used for its Kiddles dolls.  Did Mattel eventually buy out SPP and just use its designs itself?
I took some photos of the booklet, although not all the pages, because the booklet is actually quite thick.

Fashionista comments, part four

With the help of ebay and my own purchases, I created a chart in Mac Numbers (similar to Excel) that listed all of the Fashionista dolls up through April 2017 and their heights, body shapes, skin colors, hair colors and fashion names.  I converted the files to jpgs (photos) and you can look at the lists here.  I also scanned the back of one of the doll boxes.
Fashionistas 1 through 26

Fashionistas 27 through 49

Fashionistas 50 through 57

Thursday, April 20, 2017

2017 sales

Here is a list of all of the collectors’ sales that I’ve found so far for spring and summer 2017 in Greater Cincinnati.

Beckett Ridge Community Yard Sale, Saturday, June 10, in the neighborhoods around West Chester, OH.

Burlington Antique Show, third Sunday of the month through October, except for April 23 this year because April 16 was Easter.  8 a.m.-3 p.m.  Boone County Fairgrounds, 5819 Idlewild Road, Burlington, KY.  Admission $4.

Collectible Toy & Hobby Show, Sunday, May 7, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.  IBEW Local 82, 6550 Poe Ave., Dayton, OH. Admission $7. Call 937/276-5246.

Fashion Doll Show & Sale, Saturday, Sept. 9, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  EnterTRAINment Junction Expo Room, 7379 Squire Court, Mason, OH.  Admission $5.  Call 513/207-8409.

Great US 50 sale, Friday through Sunday, May 19-21, along the highway stretching from Washington DC to Sacramento.

Record Store Day, Saturday, April 22, at independently owned record stores around the world.

Rising Sun Community Yard Sale, Thursday through Saturday, May 4-6, throughout Rising Sun, IN.

Tri-State Antique Show, first Sunday of the month through October, 7 a.m.-3 p.m.  Dearborn County Fairgrounds, Lawrenceburg, IN.  On US 50 across from Hollywood Casino.  Admission $3. 

WGRR Yard Sale, Saturday, April 29, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at 4805 Montgomery Road, Norwood, OH.

World’s Longest Yard Sale, Thursday through Sunday, Aug. 3-6, along US 127 between
Addison, MI, and Gadsden, AL.

I’ve not yet found anything about the Cheviot or Vevay town sales or the Triple Crown doll show.

I know these next two are farther out but if you don’t mind the drive:

Doll Show, Saturday, May 20, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Bartholomew County Fairgrounds, 750 W. 200 S., Columbus, IN.  Free admission.  Call 812/376-9124.

Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market, third weekend of the month April through December, Saturdays 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sundays 9 a.m.-4 p.m.  Clark County Fairgrounds, 44-1 S. Charleston Pike, Springfield, OH.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Fashionista comments, part three

You can't see it because of the flash glare on the box,
but there is a bear pictured behind Skipper.
You may recall that Skipper had several run-ins with bears
in Life in the Dreamhouse.

Note that Skipper is thinner than the Fashionista Barbies.
Note that Tutu Cool is standing on her tippy toes.

Barbie's molded on panties say "Barbie"
while her sister's says "Skipper," plus there is a star print.

I think Fashionistas sometimes need
to be redressed in each others' clothes.

I have purchased the new Camping Fun Skipper.  I wanted to compare her to the Petite Fashionistas.
As I mentioned before, I own three Petite Fashionista Barbies.  They are Crazy for Coral, Kitty Cute and Tutu Cool.  The Petite dimensions are: 10 1/2 inches tall, 4 1/2 inch bust, 3 3/4 inch waist and 4 3/4 inch hips.
However, although Skipper is the same height, she is much thinner.  Her dimensions are 10 1/2 inches tall, 4 inch bust, 3 1/2 inch waist and 4 1/2 inch hips.
I love Camping Fun Skipper's beautiful long, almost black hair with some red dyed streaks in it, plus the clever lantern and water flask.  I didn't care for her outfit, though.  I hate the leggings--why would someone want to wear them for several days of camping--wouldn't they start to smell?  And I don't know why her T-shirt has "Friday" written on it in the same format as the Friday the 13th movies.
I undressed all the dolls and photographed them nude so you can compare the bodies.  Tutu Cool has high heeled feet and cannot wear the flats the others wear, and vice versa.  I also rearranged their outfits and I think they look better in them.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Fashionista comments, part two

The fashion on the left is
by Greenbrier International, a Dollar Tree toy company.

Barbie looks much more comfortable
in the Dollar Tree dress, plus I made her belt into a hairband.

Chambray Chic Barbie nude,
with an awful haircut.

After Barbie put on her new dress,
she got her hair trimmed
so now the edges are even.

I made a discovery by accident when I was at Dollar Tree.  I found a $1 outfit that looked very much like Chambray Chic's outfit, but somewhat prettier.  I bought that outfit and it was because of that purchase I decided to also buy Chambray Chic.
Chambray's original dress, a top that looks like a sleeveless denim shirt and a yellow skirt, is a little small on her.  Her bizarre belts sit too high on her torso.  And I do not like her black T-strap flats.
The Dollar Tree outfit is also a dress that has a sleeveless bodice that looks like denim, with a slightly longer yellow skirt covered with glitter, and a sewn-on-pink satin belt.  Barbie can't wear the blue heels that came with the outfit, though, although she can use the purse.
One other detail--her hair was very jaggedly cut and is very soft and flyaway.  I trimmed the ends so the hair would be more even.
I have a photo of the doll and outfit side by side NRFB, and one of Barbie redressed.

Fashionista comments, part one

If I were to bleach my hair,
I think I might look a little like Chambray Chic.

Crazy for Coral has the closed-mouth Skipper face.

Kitty Cute's cap is molded black plastic
stapled to her head, and difficult to remove.

I don't own many dolls with odd
color hair, such as Tutu Co

Although I haven't bought much new stuff since 1999, I have purchased four Barbie Fashionistas and removed them from their box  Not only that, I undressed them (gasp)!  I wanted to measure them.

I purchased three Petite dolls: 2016 Kitty Cute with very pale skin and freckles and long red hair; 2016 Crazy for Coral, an African-American with very curly hair; and 2017 Tutu Cool, Caucasian with long lavender hair; and one Curvy, Chambray Chic with the yellow and blue minidress and long very pale blonde hair.  I purchased the Petites because they are Skipper-ish, and Curvy, well, I can identify with her (never mind).

These are the sizes of the dolls:
11 inches tall
5 1/4 inch bust
4 1/2 inch waist
6 inch hips

10 1/2 inches tall
4 1/2 inch bust
3 3/4 inch waist
4 3/4 inch hips

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Larger fashion dolls, the 2000s

I'm just as surprised as you are that Madame Alexander
decided to get into the large-head fantasy doll business.

Last but not least is the list I've created of larger playline fashion dolls made since 2000.

Bratz et al by MGA Entertainment
Get Real Girls by Get Real Inc.
Glimma Girlz by Funville/Dolgencorp Toys, sold at Dollar General
Gwen Stefani by Huckleberry Toys
Lammily by Nikolay Lamb
Lolli by Pamson, sold at Dollar General
Liv et al by SpinMaster Ltd.
Moxie Girls et al by MGA Entertainment
Spacepop by Madame Alexander (yes, you read that right)

Sweet Princess by Dolgencorp Toys, sold at Dollar General (Glimma Girl’s sister)

Larger fashion dolls, the 1990s

This Cinderella by Toon Studio/Pamson
is not based on the Disney movie
but instead on the original fairy tale.

Barbie's second heyday was in the 1990s, so I suspect that's why there were so few competitors of any size out there against her.

Happy to be Me et al by High Self Esteem Toys

Sailor Moon et al by Irwin, 1990s (Sailor Moon)

Larger fashion dolls, the 1980s

Greenbrier's products at Dollar Tree vary in quality.
Its unnamed fashion dolls, both Chelsea- and Barbie-sized, are obviously very cheap.
But the clothing seems nicer than Mattel's, and much less expensive!

Sirene the mermaid is also
by Greenbrier International.

Hasbro's Jem so dominated the market for larger fashion dolls in the 1980s that hardly anyone else tried to compete with her.

Aurora et al by Tonka
Banee et al by Hasbro (little sister)
Debbie Glitter by Zodiac Toys, sold at Debenhams in England
Gloria by xxxx
Jem et al by Hasbro (Jem)
Maxie et al by Hasbro
Rachel by Zodiac Toys, sold in England
Rio by Hasbro (Jem’s boyfriend)
Rob by Hasbro (Maxie’s boyfriend)

Veronica Davina by Plaggon, sold in Greece

Larger fashion dolls, the 1970s

Another Midwood Brands/Family Dollar product
are the Girl Superheroes.
Shouldn't it say, "Superheroines"?

Although there were a number of dolls slightly larger than Barbie in the 1960s, most notably Tammy and Sindy, it was in the 1970s that the 12-inch dolls and their action figure companions really became popular.  Here are some of the Mattel competitors of the 1970s.

Celebrity dolls by Mego
Darci by Kenner
Dusty and Skye by Kenner
Eric by Ideal
Fleur by Otto Simon, 1970s to present, sold in Holland
Kathy by Playmates
Kristy McNichol by Mego (little sister) (Family)
Liza Jane by xxxx (little sister)
Nina Ballerina by Tomy
Scarlet by N
Tuesday Taylor et al, plus Dorothy Hamill by Ideal
TV and Star Wars dolls by Kenner, 1970s to present (Star Wars et al)
Victoria Jane by Zodiac Toys, sold at Debenhams in England
Yoko by Tomy, sold in Japan
The following dolls do not have given names.

Hot Pants by xxxx, 1970s

Larger fashion dolls, the 1960s

The Glimma Girlz by Funville/Dolgencorp
are the nicest line of dolls now being sold by Dollar General.
Although not mentioned as such,
I'm assuming that Dolgencorp's Sweet Princess is Glimma's sister.

I'm dividing the second half of the competitors series by decade, not by Barbie.  Although many people call these dolls "clones" most of them bear little or no resemblance to Ms. Roberts.  Unless otherwise noted, these dolls are 11 1/2 to 12 1/2 inches tall, older teen girls or young women who are someone stockier than Barbie with smaller breasts.

Betsy McCall by Uneeda (11 1/2 inch version)
Brenda Starr by Madame Alexander
Calico Lassie by Kellogg’s/Unique
Cheeky by Telsalda, sold in England
Cinderella, Poor and Rich versions, by Horsman, 1960s
Daisy by Mary Quant, 1960s to 1980s, sold in England
Doris by Prima (little sister)
Sister Bertrille/Sally Field by Hasbro (The Flying Nun)
Young Miss Geraldine by WF Quality Toys
Gina and Sandra by Davtex
Dr. John Littlechap by Remco (father)
Judy by Mayfair, sold in Canada
Judy by WF Quality Toys (Wendy’s sister)
Judy Littlechap by Remco (older teenager)
Libby Littlechap by Remco (little sister)
Linda by Linda, sold in England
Lisa Littlechap by Remco (mother)
Lorna by Allied Eastern, sold at Grant’s
Mary Ann/Dawn Wells by xxxx (Gilligan’s Island)
Mary Poppins/Julie Andrews by Horsman, 1960s and 1970s
Merlena by Sharing
Miss Marjie by Pullan, sold in Canada
Mindy Mod by Jilmar
MuLan by xxxx (not to be confused with dolls from the 1997 movie)
Patty Duke by Horsman
Peggy by Horsman (little sister)
Peggy by Plastic Molded Arts (little sister)
Pepper et al by Ideal (little sister and brother)
Petra by Plasty, sold in Germany, 1960s and 1970s (by the late 1970s she had downsized into the same size as Barbie)
Randy and Mary Lou by Fab Lu (little sister)
Rena by Grants Plastics
Samantha Stevens/Elizabeth Montgomery by Ideal (Bewitched)
Shelley by Eegee/Goldberger Toys
Sindy et al by Pedigree/Marx, 1963 to 1986, Pedigree/Vivid Imaginations/New Moons 1997 to 2016, sold in England (Hasbro bought the rights to the doll in 1986 and changed her into a Barbie-size doll.  Tesco bought the rights in 2016 and changed her into an American Girl-size doll.)
Super Heroine dolls by Ideal, 1960s
Susi by Estrela, 1960s to present, sold in Brazil
Suzy by Plastic Molded Arts
Tammy et al by Ideal
Terry by xxxx, sold at Spiegel
Tina Cassini by Ross Products
Wendy by Evergreen
Wendy by WF Quality Toys
The following dolls do not have given names.
Dress Me Doll by xxxx (little sister)
Little Shopper by xxxx (little sister)
Ponytail Girl by Unique

Ken, Skipper and Francie competitors

Dollar General sells dolls by Ja-Ru,
although I don't know what their names are:
Glitter Girl?  Runway Ready? Peg 8?

Just as with Barbie, manufacturers have made dolls to compete with her family.  These are some of the ones I've found for Ken, Skipper and Francie.  In regards to Ken, I am only including dolls, not action figures.  That's a very detailed research project for someone else!

Ken competitors
A Teens by Play Along Toys, 2000s
A.C. Slate/Mario Lopez, Screech Powers/Dustin Diamond and Zack Morris/Mark-Paul Gosselaar by Tiger Toys, 1990s (Saved by the Bell)
Aaron Carter by Play Along, 2000s
Adam and Paul by Jilmar, 1960s (Adam was Polly Walker’s boyfriend and Paul was her brother)
Amos by Toy Kidz, 1980s (Annie’s boyfriend)
Andy by Eegee/Goldberger Toys, 1960s (Annette’s boyfriend)
Backstreet Boys by Hasbro, 1990s
Handsome Beau by Grants Plastics, 1960s
Dr. Ben Casey/Vincent Edwards by Valentine, 1960s (Ben Casey)
Beto by Estrela, 1970s, sold in Brazil (Susi’s boyfriend)
Bill by Fab Lu, 1960s (Babs’ boyfriend)
Billy by PMS, 1980s
Bob and Don by DavTex, 1960s, sold by Zeller’s in Canada (Michele’s boyfriend)
Bob by Uneeda, 1960s, sold at Grant’s (Suzette’s boyfriends)
Gay Bob by Gizmo Development, 1970s
Bobby by Larami, 1960s (Janie’s boyfriend)
Bobby by Tempo/Ahlens, 1960s, sold in Sweden (Caroline’s boyfriend)
Bobby Orr by Regal Toy Limited, 1970s, sold in Canada
Boy George by LJN toys, 1980s
Boyzone dolls by Vivid Imaginations, 2000s, sold in England
Bruce and Chuck by Totsy, 1960s (Chuck is Cherie’s boyfriend)
Charles, Prince of Wales, by Launcey, Hachman & Harris, 1980s, sold in England
Christopher Columbus by Totsay, 1990s
Craig by Shillman, 1970s, sold at Sears (Lindsey’s boyfriend)
Dan by xxxxx, 1960s
Danny by xxxx, 1960s
Danny Tanner/Bob Saget by Tiger Toys, 1990s (Full House)
Delon by xxx, 1970s
Dennis Miller by Talking Presidents, 2000s
Prince Derek by Tyco, 1990s (Princess Odette’s boyfriend) (The Swan Princess)
Dimitri and Czar Nicholas by Galoob, 1990s (Dimitri is Anastasia’s boyfriend) (Anastasia)
Disney dolls by Bikin Express/Lash Distributors, 1980s
Disney Princes by Hasbro, 2000s, sold at the Disney Store
Don by Jilmar, 1960s (Polly Walker’s boyfriend), sold at Spiegel (named Frank in Germany)
Don and Rick by DavTex, 1960s, sold in Canada (Don is Suzette’s boyfriend in Canada)
Dwayne and TJ by Kenya’s World, 2000s (TJ is Kenya’s boyfriend)
Elvis Presley by LJN, 1980s
Eric by Tyco, 1990s (Ariel’s boyfriend) (The Little Mermaid)
Five Dolls by Yaboom, 2000s, sold in England
Flower Prince and Ladd dolls by Creata, 1980s (Flower Princes match up with Flower Princesses, Ladd is Lace’s boyfriend)
Frank and Toni by Alme, 1970s, sold in Germany
Fred by Plasty, 1960s to present, sold in Germany (Petra’s boyfriend)
Garrett by Hasbro/Warner Bros, 1990s (Kayley’s boyfriend) (The Legend of Camelot)
Gone with the Wind dolls by World Dolls, 1990s
Hank by Peggy Ann/Penco, 1960s, (Groovy Girl’s boyfriend)
Harry by Wentoys, 1970s, sold in Germany
Harvey Kinkle/Nate Richert by Kenner, 1990s (Sabrina’s boyfriend) (Sabrina, the Teen-Aged Witch)
Jackie by Hadson, 1960s
Jacky by GeGe, 1960s, sold in France (Mily’s boyfriend)
James and Jeffrey by Toy Time Inc., 1980s, sold at Toys R Us
Dr. James Kildare (Richard Chamberlin) by Valentine, 1960s (Dr. Kildare)
Jerry by Bella, 1970s, sold in France (Tressy’s boyfriend)
Jesse Katsopolis/John Stamos by Tiger Toys, 1990s (Full House)
Jim by Elite, 1960s (Wendy’s boyfriend)
Joe and Frank Hardy/Shaun Cassidy and Parker Stevenson by Kenner, 1970s (The Hardy Boys)
Joe Namath by Mego, 1970s
John Travolta by Chemtoy, 1970s
Johnny West et al by Marx, 1960s and 1970s
Super John by Tomfu-Nekmer, 1970s, sold in Holland
Justin Bieber by Bravado, 2000s
Kevin by Uneeda, 1990s (Steffi Love’s boyfriend)
Kristoff by Hasbro, 2000s (Anna’s boyfriend) (Frozen)
Mark by Pedigree, 1980s, sold in England (Sindy’s boyfriend)
Menelik by Olmec, 1990s (Imani’s boyfriend)
Michael by Welo, 1970s
Michael Jackson by LJN Toys, 1980s
New Kids on the Block by Big Step Productions, 1990s
Pascal by xxxx, xxxxx
Paul and Randy by Totsy, 1970s (Randy is Twistee’s boyfriend)
Ricardo by Lili Ledi, 1970s, sold in Mexico
Richie/Ricky by Mego, 1970s (Maddie Mod’s boyfriend)
Rick by DavTex (Denise’s boyfriend)
Rick Hunter by Matchbox, 1980s (boyfriend of Lisa and Lynn) (Robotech)
Ricky Martin by xxxx, 1990s, sold in Central and South America
Robert and Johnny by Ocean Desert Sales, 1970s
Rod by xxxx, 1970s (Mariclare’s boyfriend), sold at JC Penney
Ronnie and Tommy by Plastic Molded Arts, 1960s (Ronnie is Debby’s boyfriend)
S Club 7 boy dolls by Hasbro, 2000s
Sergio Valente boy doll by Dimensions for Children, 1980s
TJ and Wayne by Friendship Club, 2000s (TJ is Kenya’s boyfriend)
Take That dolls by Vivid Imaginations, 1990s
Talking Presidents and Toy Presidents dolls, 2000s
Ted by xxxx, 1960s (not a Tammy family doll)
Westlife dolls by Yaboom, 2000s, sold in England
Vanilla Ice by T-HQ Inc., 1990s
The following dolls do not have given names.
Astronaut doll by Dakin, 1980s, sold at NASA
Beach Doll by Arkin A-OK, 1960s
Boss by El Greco, 1980s, sold in Greece
Boy doll by xxxx, 1960s
Dad and baby by El Greco, 1980s
Escort made by Fab Lu, 1960s, (Ronnie’s boyfriend)
Fashion Doll by Totsy, 1980s (Flair’s boyfriend)
Fireman Action by xxxx, 1970s
Las Vegas Dealer Doll by xxxx, 1970s
Lucy’s husband by Defa, 2000s
Olympic Star by Jak Pak, 1970s
Mr. Teen by Shillman, 1960s
Mr. Teenager USA by Evergreen Toy Co., 1960s (Miss Teenager USA’s boyfriend)
Wrangler by Ertl, 1980s

Skipper competitors
These dolls are young girls or teenagers.  They are not adults, such as the Mego Charlie’s Angels dolls.  That is another subject altogether.
Ann by Tempo/Ahlens, 1960s, sold in Sweden
Ariel et al by Tyco, 1990s (The Little Mermaid)
Babsy by Schildkrot, 1960s, sold in Germany (Gaby’s sister)
Baby by GeGe, 1960s and 1970s, sold in France (Mily’s sister)
Cheri by Tomy, 1970s (called Yuko in Japan)
Candy by Jilmar, 1960s, sold at Spiegel (Polly’s sister)
Corky by Shillman, 1960s
Cricket:  By America Character in the 1960s in the United States.  Named Snouky by Bella in the 1960s in France.  Named Toots by Palitoy in the 1960s in England.  (Tressy’s cousin and later her sister)
Dimples by xxx, 1960s, sold in Canada by Eaton’s (Babette’s sister)
Dottie by Prima, 1960s, sold at Kresge/Kmart
Dodie by Ideal, 1970s (Tuesday’s sister)
Miss Gwen by xxxx, 1960s
Honey by DavTex, sold in Canada (Suzette’s sister) at Simpsons Sears
Jody by Ideal, 1970s
Josie West et al, 1960s and 1970s (Johnny’s daughter)
Junior Miss and Marty by Allied Eastern Co., 1960s, sold at Grant’s
Keyshia by Friendship Club, 2000s (Kenya’s sister)
Miss Kitty by Cragstan, 1960s
Love et al by Hasbro, 1970s
Marlane by Pullan, 1960s, sold in Canada (Marjie’s sister)
Myra by Marx, 1960s (Marlene’s sister)
Peggy by Plasty, 1960s through 1980s, sold in Germany (Petra’s sister)
Rusty by DavTex, 1960s (Denise’s sister)
Sandie by xxxx, 1960s
Sandy by Elite Creations/Unique in the 1960s and Famous Doll Corp. in the 1970s (Wendy’s sister)
Scamp by xxxx, 1970s, sold in England
Snow White by Lucky Bell, 1990s (Happily Ever After)
Suzette by Delamare, 1970s, sold in England (Suzy’s sister)
Topsi by Busch, 1980s, sold in Germany (Karina’s sister)
Twiggy by xxxx, 1960s and 1970s (this is not the Mattel doll)
The following dolls do not have given names.
Berry Princess by Kenner, 1980s
Dress Me Doll by xxxx, 1960s to present
L’il Sister by Eegee, 1960s and 1970s (Shelly’s sister)
Lucy’s sister by Defa, 2000s
Miss Pre-Teen, 1960s, by Princess Grace/Mego/Graco (Maddie Mod’s sister)
Wonder Doll by Jak Pal, 1970s

Francie competitors
Blythe by Kenner, 1970s (she was more similar in body to Francie)
Daisy by Gabriel, 1970s
Janice West by Marx, 1960s and 1970s (Johnny’s daughter)
Jennifer by xxxx, 1970s
Lorraine by Playmate/Plasty, 1970s
Margaret by xxxx, 1970s
Miss Juguetes Grubner by Grubner Toys, 1970s, sold in Spain
The following dolls do not have given names.
Maxi Girl by xxxx, 1970s
Sunkissed Boutique doll by Peggy Ann/Penco, 1970s

Barbie's own competitors through the decades

Midwood Brands has a line of dolls and outfits called Lovely Patsy.  Patsy is available at Family Dollar.

These are some of the thousands of competitors Barbie has had since 1960.  These are dolls who are older teen girls or young women, 11 1/2 inches tall and thin with large breasts.  Even though there are 292 listed, I'm sure this is only a tenth of them.
As I mentioned before, the xxx's indicate I don't know the manufacturer. Starting with Action Girl below, the dolls listed after her do not have given names.
  1. A Teens girls by Play Along Toys, 2000s
  2. Alice by xxxx, 1960s
  3. Aline by Nancy Ann Storybook Dolls, 1960s
  4. Amanda Star by Totsy, 
  5. Anastasia and Empress Alexandra by Galoob, 1990s (Anastasia)
  6. Andie and Bix by xxxx, 2000s, sold at the Limited Too
  7. Anita by Gig,1970s
  8. Annette and Miss Babette by Eegee/Goldberger Toys, 1960s
  9. Annie and Beauty by Toy Home, 2000s
  10. Annie by Toy Kidz, 1980s
  11. Ayee by General Toy, 2000s, sold in Canada
  12. Babbie by San Industries, 1960s
  13. Babette/Miss Babette by xxxx, 1960s, sold at Eaton’s in Canada
  14. Babs, Peggy and Ronnie by Fab Lu, 1960s
  15. Barbara by xxx, 1970s, sold in England
  16. Barbara by Lili Ledy, 1970s and 1980s, sold in Mexico
  17. Barbara Jo by New Dolly Toy Co., 1960s
  18. Betsy Boutique by FJ Strauss Co., 1970s
  19. Betsy Teen by Uneeda/Empire, 1960s and 1970s
  20. Betty by Prima, 1960s, sold at Kresge/Kmart
  21. Betty by MC Teen, 1980s to present
  22. Betty Ann and Tina-Marie by Unique Doll Co., 1960s, sold at Woolworth
  23. Betty Ann, Debbie/Debby and Lilly by Plastic Molded Arts, 1960s
  24. Betty Ballard by Uneeda, 1960s
  25. Princess Betty Bye Bell by Vivid, 1990s
  26. Sweet Betty by xxxx, 1960s
  27. Blossom Russo/Mayim Bialik by Tyco, 1990s (Blossom)
  28. Bobby Soxer by Create, 1980s
  29. Bobby Teen by Admiration Toy Co., 1960s
  30. Bonnie and Miss Marlene by Marx, 1960s
  31. Bonnie, Debbie and Wendy by Elite Creations, 1960s
  32. Bonnie Dee by xxxx, 1990s, sold at Kresge/Kmart
  33. Brenda by Telitoys, 1960s
  34. Brittany by Uneeda, 1980s
  35. Brittany Spears by Play Along Toys, 2000s
  36. Brooke Shields by LJN, 1980s
  37. Miss Camay by xxxx, 1960s
  38. Candi et al by Mego, 1970s
  39. Carine by MIG, 1970s
  40. Carol Anne by xxxx, 1960s
  41. Caroline and Pia by Tempo/Ahlens, 1960s, sold in Sweden
  42. Catherine Cheri by xxxx, xxxx, sold in Canada
  43. Celebrity dolls by World Dolls, 1980s and 1990s
  44. Celebrity dolls by Jakks Pacific, 2000s
  45. Miss Celina, Miss Glenda and Miss Mary by Trans Asiatic Enterprises, 1960s
  46. Charley by Hunter Toys, 1980s, sold in England
  47. Charly by Durham, 1970s
  48. Chelsea by Bradgate, 1970s, sold in England
  49. Cherie by xxxx, 1960s
  50. Cherie and Flair/Ms. Flair by Totsy, 1970s to present
  51. Cherie Petite by xxxx, 1960s
  52. Chickie by Sonsco, 1960s
  53. Colleen by Royal Sales Co., 1960s
  54. Consuelo by Olmec, 1990s
  55. Debbie Drake, Debbie Dunbar, Peg and Polly by Valentine, 1960s
  56. Debby by xxxx, 1990s
  57. Diana by Manley, 1990s
  58. Diana by Nimex Napoli, 1980s, sold in Italy
  59. Diana by Way Out Toys, 1990s
  60. Princess Diana by Launcey, Hachman & Harris, 1980s, sold in England
  61. Denise, Diane, Kitty, Linda, Suzette and Vivian by DavTex, 1960s
  62. Denise and Kenya by Friendship Club, 2000s
  63. Disney dolls by Applause, 1990s
  64. Disney dolls by Bikin Express/Lash Distributors, 1980s
  65. Disney Princesses by Hasbro, 2000s, sold at the Disney Store
  66. Dolly Levi/Carol Channing by AE, 1970s (Hello, Dolly)
  67. Dolly Parton by Eegee/Goldberger Toys, 1970s
  68. Dolly Parton by World Dolls, 1990s
  69. Donna by Uneeda, 1970s and 1980s
  70. Anna-In by Migliorati, 1980s, sold in Italy
  71. Dyna Girl by BARTER, 1970s, sold in England (yes, the name is all caps)
  72. Ekaterina “Katia” Gordeeva by Playmates, 1990s 
  73. Elizabeth Taylor and Gone with the Wind dolls by World Dolls, 1990s
  74. Emma Peel/Diana Rigg by Fairylite, 1960s (The Avengers)
  75. Fairytale Princesses by Pamson, 2000s
  76. Fiona Love by xxxxx, 1990s
  77. Florence Joyner Griffith by LJN, 1980s
  78. Flower Princess dolls by Creata, 1980s
  79. Fran Fine/Fran Drescher by Street Players, 1990s (The Nanny)
  80. Fulah/Fulla by by NewBoy, 2000s, sold in the Middle East
  81. Gaby and Kessy by Schildkrot, 1960s, sold in Germany
  82. Genevieve by xxxx, 1960s
  83. Get Set Club dolls by Get Set, 2000s
  84. Gigi by Natural Doll Co., 1960s
  85. Gina by Allison Corp., 1960s
  86. Glamour Secrets dolls by Creata, 1980s
  87. Gloria by xxxx, 1960s
  88. Goldkopfchen by Palitoy in the 1970s, sold in German
  89. Honey West/Anne Francis by Gilbert, 1960s (Honey West)
  90. Hilary Duff by Playmates, 2000s
  91. Imani by Olmec, 1990s
  92. Queen Isabella by Totsy, 1990s
  93. Jacki and Michele by DavTex, 1960s, sold at Zeller’s in Canada
  94. Jackie by Gaby, 1960s
  95. Janay by Integrity Toys, 2000s
  96. Jane by xxxx, 1960s
  97. Jane West by Marx, 1960s and 1970s (Johnny West’s wife)
  98. Jeannie/Barbara Eden by Trendmasters, 1990s (I Dream of Jeannie)
  99. Jeany from HP, 1960s
  100. Jessie Spano/Elizabeth Berkley, Kelly Kapowski/Tiffani-Amber Thiessen and Lisa Turtle/Lark Voorhies by Tiger Toys, 1990s (Saved by the Bell)
  101. Janie by Larami, 1960s
  102. Jenna and Kenzie by xxxx, 1990s, sold by Avon
  103. Jennifer by xxxx, 1970s
  104. Jenny by Funtime, 1990s
  105. Joanna by Krawal, 1980s, sold in Poland
  106. Juanita, Marla Gibbs and Wanda by Shindana, 1970s
  107. Judy by Ocean Desert Sales, 1970s and 1980s
  108. Miss Judy by Toy Shop, 1960s
  109. Juliana by Regal Toy Limited, 1970s, sold in England
  110. Karen by Raffoler Ltd., 1990s
  111. Kari Michell by Variety Wholesalers, 2000s
  112. Karina by Busch, 1970s and 1980s, sold in Germany
  113. Kati by the Newman Co., 1970s
  114. Kenya et al by Kenya’s World, 2000s
  115. Kelsey by Kid Kore, 2000s
  116. Kiki Teen by Peggy Ann/Penco, 1970s
  117. Lace et al by Creata, 1980s
  118. Laurie Jane by xxxx
  119. Laurie Lee by Ross Doll Co., 1960s
  120. Lili by Lili Ledi, 1960s to 1980s, sold in Mexico
  121. Lily by xxxx, 1960s
  122. Lilly by Plastic Molded Arts, 1960s
  123. Linda by Linda/Ges/Deluxe, 1960s, sold in Germany
  124. Lindsey by Shillman, 1970s and 1980s, sold at Sears
  125. Linnette by xxxx, 1960s, sold in Australia
  126. Lisa by Shillman, 1980s
  127. Lisa Anne by Tak-a-Toy, 1980s
  128. Liz by Louis Greenberg & Sons, 1960s
  129. Lolita by xxxx, 1960s, sold in Germany
  130. Lori by Totsy, 1960s
  131. Lori, Maddie Mod and Trudy by Princess Grace/Mego/Graco, 1970s
  132. Lucy and Sheila by Defa, sold in Israel
  133. Madeliefje by Edor, 1980s, sold in Holland
  134. Mandy Moore by Play Along, 2000s
  135. Marcie Mod by A&H Doll Manufacturing Corp., 1970s
  136. Margie by Imco, 1980s
  137. Margot by Viopad, 1970s, sold in Greece
  138. Mariclare by xxxx, 1970s, sold at JC Penney
  139. Marilyn Monroe by DSI, 1990s
  140. Miss Marlene by Drei-M, 1960s
  141. Marzie by Allied Doll Co., 1960s
  142. Melissa by Mortoys, 1970s
  143. Melody by xxxx, 1960s
  144. Michelle by xxxx, 2000s
  145. Miki by Uneeda, 1980s
  146. Milly by Evergreen, 1960s
  147. Mily by GeGe, 1960s, sold in France
  148. Mimi by xxxx, 1980s
  149. Mindy and Polly Walker by Jilmar, 1960s, sold at Spiegel
  150. Miss America dolls by Kenner, 1990s
  151. Missy by xxxx, 1960s
  152. Missy by Ertl, 1980s
  153. Mitzi by Ideal, 1960s, sold by Reliable in Canada
  154. Molly by My Toy Co. Inc., 1960s
  155. Monique by Empire, 1960s
  156. Nancy by xxxx, 1970s
  157. Nancy by LaughMart, 2000s
  158. Nancy by ZJB, 1960s
  159. Naomi and Ellisse by Olmec, 1980s
  160. Nicola by xxxx, 1970s
  161. Nicole by xxxx, 2000s
  162. Princess Odette by Tyco, 1990s (The Swan Princess)
  163. Pamela by Dan Brechner & Co., 1960s
  164. Patsy by xxxx, 1990s
  165. Patsy by Lovely Patsy/Midway Brands, 2000s, sold at Family Dollar
  166. Peg 8 by Ja-Ru Inc., 2000s, sold at Dollar General
  167. Polly by Creative Kids/Midwood Brands, 2000, sold at Family Dollar
  168. Princess Pattie by xxxx, 1960s
  169. Pauline by xxxx, 1960s
  170. Lady Penelope Creighton Ward/Sylvia Anderson by Fairylite, 1960s, sold in England (Thunderbirds)
  171. Petsy Teen by xxxx, 1970s
  172. Popi by American Doll & Toy Co., 1960s
  173. Purdey/Joanna Lumley by Denys Fisher, 1970s, sold in England (The New Avengers)
  174. Rachel by xxx, 1970s, sold in England
  175. Rainbow by xxxx, 1970s
  176. Razanne by Ammar Saadeh, 1990s
  177. Real Models by Matchbox, 1990s
  178. Rebecca Katsopoulis/Lori Loughlin by Tiger Toys, 1980s (Full House)
  179. Robin by Manley, 1990s
  180. Robotech dolls by Matchbox, 1980s (Robotech)
  181. S Club 7 girl dolls by Hasbro, 2000s
  182. Sabrina Spellman/Melissa Joan Hart by Kenner, 1990s (Sabrina, The Teen-Age Witch)
  183. Sally by xxxx, 1970s
  184. Sandi by Totsy, 1980s
  185. Sarah Brown/Tatum O’Neal by Kenner, 1970s (International Velvet)
  186. Selena Gomez by ARM Enterprise, 1990s
  187. Serine by Greenbrier International, 2000s, sold at Dollar Tree
  188. Shauntee by Rainbow Classics, 1990s, sold at Sears
  189. Miss Sheree Lee by Shillman, 1960s
  190. Smartees by Smartees, 2000s
  191. Sindy by Hasbro, 1986 to 1997
  192. Sophie by Lollipop, 2000s
  193. Spice Girls by Galoob, 1990s
  194. Steffie Love by Uneeda, 1980s to present
  195. Stefy by Bikin, 1980s, sold in France
  196. Stiljoy by Sebino, 1970s
  197. Susanna by xxxx, xxxx, sold in Italy
  198. Suzette and Tina-Marie by Uneeda, 1960s, sold at Grant’s
  199. Suzette by Brothers Import & Development Ltd., 1970s
  200. Susie by FJ Straus Co., 1970s
  201. Susie Girl by Playtime, 1990s
  202. Suzy by Delamare, 1970s, sold in England
  203. Sylvie by Joja, 1960s, sold in France
  204. Talking Presidents and Toy Presidents dolls, 2000s (Hillary Clinton, Ann Coulter and Dr. Laura Schlessinger. THESE ARE SCARY!)
  205. Tanya by Ceppiratti, 1970s, sold in Italy
  206. Tanya by Giochi Preziosi, 1980s, sold in Italy
  207. Tanya by Mego, 1970s
  208. Taylor Swift by Play Along, 2000s
  209. Terri by xxxx, 1970s
  210. Miss Terry Teen by xxxx, 1960s
  211. Tina by xxxx, 1970s
  212. Tina by Aggio, 1980s
  213. Talking Tina by Toymax, 1990s
  214. Trendi by xxxx, 1960s
  215. Tressy:  By American Character in the United States in the 1960s in the United States.  By Bella in the 1960s and 1970s in France.  By Novo Gama in the 1960s in Spain.  By Palitoy in the 1960s and 1970s in England.  By Regal Toy in the 1960s in Canada.
  216. Twistee by Totsy, 1960s and 1960s
  217. Valarie by Dandee, 1960s
  218. Vanna White by Home Shopping Club, 1990s
  219. Vickie by Excite, 2000s
  220. Victoria “Tori” Justice by Spinmaster International, 2000s
  221. Wendy by Uneeda, 1960s
  222. Wendy Ward by Uneeda, 1960s, sold at Montgomery Ward
  223. Wendy Wig by Telsaldo, 1960s
  224. Xuxa by RoseArt, 1990s, sold in Central and South America
  225. Action Girl by Palitoy, 1970s, sold in England (same as Dollikin)
  226. Adventure Girl by Shillman, 1970s
  227. Angels, 1970s, sold in England (These dolls were based on a 1970s/80s BBC series called Angels.  Actress Carol Holmes, the star, played nurse Jean MacEwen.)
  228. Astronaut doll by Dakin, 1980s, sold at NASA
  229. Beauty Basics by xxxx, 2000s
  230. Boutique/Groovy Girl by Peggy Ann/Penco, 1960s and 1970s, sold at Kresge/Kmart
  231. Click Chicks by xxxx, 2000s
  232. Coca-Cola Girl by BBI Toys International, 1980s
  233. Disco Party by xxxx, 1970s
  234. Daddy’s Girls by xxxx, 1970s, sold at Kmart (Barbie and Tutti size dolls)
  235. Dr. Ben’s Nurse by Valentine, 1960s (Ben Casey.  Most often seen in the show was Jeanne Bates as Nurse Wills)
  236. Dollikin by Uneeda, 1970s
  237. Dolly and Maxi Mod by Shillman, 1960s and 1970s
  238. Dream Girl by xxxx, sold at Family Dollar
  239. Fashion Corner dolls by Lucky, 1980s to present
  240. Fashion Doll by Greenbrier International, 2000s, sold at Dollar Tree
  241. Fashion Doll and Princess by Mego, 1970s, sold at Kmart
  242. Fashion Doll, Fashion Girls and Glamour Girls by Just Kidz, 2000s, sold at Kmart
  243. Fashion doll by Kid Connection, 2000s, sold at Walmart
  244. Fashion Model doll by Cragstan, 1960s
  245. Fashion Teen by xxxx, 1960s
  246. Fashion World Fashion Doll Clone by Larco, 1980s
  247. Fiesta International by Totsy, 1990s
  248. Miss Free N Easy by LJN Toys Ltd., 1970s
  249. Fullerette by xxxxx, 1960s, sold by Fuller Brush Co.
  250. Garde-Robe Haute Couture/High Fashion Wardrobe doll, 1970s, sold in France
  251. GI Joe Nurse by Hasbro, 1960s (sometimes referred to as GI Jane)
  252. Girl Superheroes by Midwood Brands, 2000s, sold at Family Dollar
  253. Glamour Girls by Chic, 2000s
  254. Glitter Girl by Ja-Ru, 2000s, sold at Dollar General
  255. Her by Totsy, 1970s
  256. Howard Johnson waitress by xxxx, 1960s
  257. Indian Princess by Totsy, 1990s
  258. The Jordache Look doll by Princess Grace/Mego/Graco, 1980s
  259. Just Kids by xxxx, 2000s, sold at Kmart
  260. Cabin Crew dolls by KLM, 1980s, sold at European airports
  261. Mini Mod, Miss Beauty Contest and Miss Twist by Shillman, 1960s to 1980s
  262. Miss Co-Ed by Evergreen, 1960s
  263. Miss Fancy by xxxx, 1960s
  264. Miss Fashion World by Princess Grace/Mego/Graco, 1970s
  265. Miss Free N Easy by LJN, 1970s
  266. Miss Space Needle by Unique/Elite, 1960s
  267. Miss Teen by BRB, 1960s
  268. Miss Teen by Shillman, 1960s
  269. Miss Teenager USA by Evergreen Toy Co., 1960s
  270. Miss World Fashion by Jilmar, 1970s
  271. Missy Mod, Mod Miss and Modern Miss by Edico, 1970s
  272. Mommy and Me by xxxx, 1970s, sold at Sears (fashion doll and daughter 7 inches tall)
  273. Mommy to Be by MTB Inc., 1990s
  274. Mommy’s Secret Surprise by Hasbro, 1980s
  275. Petite by LJN, 1970s
  276. Pops Girl by xxxx, 1960s
  277. Posing Picture Perfect doll by Henry Garfinkle/Wonderama, 1990s
  278. Pretty Miss by xxxx, 1970s
  279. Princess and Scary Dolls et al by Kid Connections, 2000s
  280. Princess by Esco, 1960s
  281. Princess by Uneeda, 1970s
  282. Prom Night dolls by Creata, 1980s
  283. Qantas Airlines Flight Attendant by xxxx, 1980s
  284. Sergio Valente doll by Dimensions for Children, 1980s
  285. Sport Girl by xxxx, 1970s
  286. Sports Girls by Auxo/Dolgencorp, 2000s, sold at Dollar General
  287. Sunkissed Boutique dolls by xxxx, 1970s
  288. Sun Dreamers/Suntan Secrets dolls by Creata, 1980s
  289. Texaco Cheerleader by xxxx, 1970s, sold at Texaco
  290. Tulip Doll by xxxx, 1990s
  291. Waikiki Girl by xxxx, 1970s
  292. Worth It Fashion Doll by xxxx, 1980s, sold at Woolworth