Mickey Mouse Posable Vinyl Doll by Schylling

Guest Blogger: GAYLIN
It is a good thing people occasionally buy me presents because I don’t shop much and sometimes Mickeys arrive all nicely wrapped for me!
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These two toys are replicas and are quite lovely. I don’t have them on display at the moment since my dusting skills are rather lacking and neither of these is cleanable. The toy company name is Schylling and the boxes have both Disney and Schylling’s name on them. Both are from the Retro Disney Collection and while they are distributed from Massachusetts, they are made in China.
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They came in these great boxes:
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Doesn’t everyone need a Flex-E Fun Mickey!

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I didn’t think when I took this next photo but it sort of looks like Mickey is in a coffin:
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I do like how safely these are tucked away and as long as no silly children play with them, they shall stay safe forever! I am not sure why the Flex-E Fun toy has yellow hands, maybe because his feet are wooden.
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Look, they escaped the boxes! The wooden Flex-E Fun doll has a wooden body, hands and feet. The ears are felt and the arms are cotton-braided cord over flexible wire. His tail is just cotton cord. The vinyl doll is all vinyl (duh) except for his shorts.
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I love the hole cut in the shorts of the vinyl doll for the tail to stick out of.
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The profile on the Flex-E Fun doll is a bit odd, not the Mickey we know now but not really the original Mickey either.
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Both dolls have Disney and Schylling on the feet.
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Look our arms move, yahoo!!! And one of us can almost kick up our feet . . .
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I hope you like my rather original Mickey toys. I have yet to see them anywhere else but as they do seem mass-produced, I bet a lot of other people do have them.
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2 Responses to Mickey Mouse Posable Vinyl Doll by Schylling

  1. Gaylin says:

    Yes, I like him too! I haven't moved his arms or posed him much as I worry about breaking the wires inside his arms. So they are safely tucked into their coffins . . .

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  2. I like the Fun-E Flex. And yes, they do look like coffins! 🙂

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