The Lin-Manuel Miranda celebrity doll portrays him as the character Jack the Lamplighter in the 2018 movie Mary Poppins Returns. The doll is a Black Label Barbie and was made by Mattel for Disney in 2018 and designed by Carlyle Neura. Mattel released both the Lin-Manuel Miranda Jack doll and the Emily Blunt Mary Poppins doll as single individual dolls and together as a set. The museum also has the Emily Blunt doll in the collection.
From the box:
Jack the Lamplighter
In Disney’s “Mary Poppins Returns,” an all new sequel with a fresh sensibility that celebrates the spirit of the original, Mary Poppins is back to help the next generation of the Banks family find the joy and wonder missing from their lives.
The clothing on the doll is all removable. The black scarf tie and jacket are single base stitched in place but once removed the outfit is designed to come off. The top piece is a one piece combined gray jacket, white collared shirt and red felt vest that come off with a Velcro enclosure in the front. The striped brown pin striped pants have pockets and a Velcro fly enclosure. The black scarf can be untied and taken off. The brown plastic boots have slits up the back, no socks and are removable. The gray plastic cap is attached to head with plastic barbs that can be cut loose. Under the hat the doll has hair with a glue like product holding it in place. Also included in a long brown plastic lamplighter stick.
Includes a doll stand for display and a Mattel Certificate of Authenticity.
The doll is articulated at the ankles, knees, hip, shoulders, elbows, wrists, and neck (slightly up and down). The torso is fixed. On the right knee under the pants is a cardboard sleeve to hold the knee stiff for the upturned foot dancing pose the doll holds in the box.
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