The Amy Adams celebrity doll portrays her at 33 years old as the character Giselle from the 2007 Disney movie Enchanted. It is part of an Enchanted gift set with Patrick Dempsey as Robert (featured in the museum) made by Mattel in 2007. Amy Adams is an American actress whose performance in Enchanted has been considered her leading actress breakout role.
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- Enchanted “Robert” doll – Patrick Dempsey in a business suit with a trench raincoat on the side.
From the box:
Renaissance Ball Dolls
When Giselle and Robert meet at the magical ball in Disney’s Enchanted, sparks fly! Play out the excitement and romance that unfolds!
The Enchanted Amy Adams Giselle doll comes wearing a floor length chiffon purple sleeveless gown similar to the one Adams wore to the Renaissance Ball in the movie. Silver trim sewn around the middle of front neckline runs behind the neck ties with Velcro in the back. The gown is lined with a matching purple under slip. The dress has a Velcro opening up the back and is easily removed.
The face is painted with blue eyes, red eye brows to match the hair, and light pink lips in a toothy open mouth smile. Dangle silver plastic earrings are inserted into the ear lobes. Long waist length, straight red hair parts on the dolls left forehead and a clump is tied back with matching thread on each side above the ears to keep the hair in place. The rooted hair is soft and comb-able.
Soft plastic ‘crystal’ hi-heels are on the feet The shoes have silver heals and gold painted soles.
The doll is articulated at the neck (ball joint with full up down and side to side movement), shoulders (ball joint that moves 90 degrees but turns the stiff arms in any direction), hips (ball joint can do the splits in either direction) , and knees (soft legs with two click bend). The torso, arms, wrists, and ankles are fixed.
The gift set does not come with any stands or other accessories. The box insert is decorated to look the Renaissance Ballroom dance floor. Too bad the arms don’t bend on either doll so you could pose them dancing.
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Here is a youtube video of the Enchanted “So Close” Dance:
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