BARBIE VIDEO GIRL(tm) (AA) Doll

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BARBIE® VIDEO GIRL™ Doll: Lights, BARBIE®, action! Barbie® doll is not just a doll, she’s a video camera, too!

A real video camera inside Barbie® doll features a camera lens hidden in her necklace and a video screen on her back that allows girls to record and view movies...
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BARBIE® VIDEO GIRL™ Doll: Lights, BARBIE®, action! Barbie® doll is not just a doll, she’s a video camera, too!

A real video camera inside Barbie® doll features a camera lens hidden in her necklace and a video screen on her back that allows girls to record and view movies instantly. It’s moviemaking from a Barbie® doll’s point of view—literally!

Includes USB plugin cord. Doll is Windows/MAC compatible. Doll cannot stand alone.

For ages 6 and up.
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Product Details

  • UPC: 027084825206
  • Manufacturer: Mattel
  • Publication date: 7/28/2010

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  • Posted October 27, 2010

    You have to be kidding me

    Does this doll only come as an African American doll? Hmmmm, I wonder.... I see plenty of white and hispanic video girls when I watch music videos these days. As a matter of fact it seems like you hardly even see an African American as the starring "Video Girl" these days. You can hardly find a Lawyer or Doctor Barbie in African American, but this crap is readily available? Video Girls are not Suzy Homemakers in the Music World, they are SL**TS who do ANYTHING to get to the front of the camera! Can things get anymore backward at Mattel? I would never buy this crap for my daughters white or black!

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