Disney’s Aladdin was released in 1992, and with it came the first Mattel Aladdin dolls (Mattel Classic below). In the mid 2000s Mattel Style 2 began to be produced. Right before Mattel lost the license in 2016, it came out with Mattel Style 3, but there are only two of these dolls because of the timing.
The Disney Store 1 dolls are the Disney brand’s first dip into their own line of Disney dolls. Many of these dolls were released primarily in the Disney Parks. Disney Store Style 2 dolls were released in the early 2000’s and featured new head molds and a variety of dress styles, but they were discontinued after a few years, and then Disney Store Style 3, the current line of dolls, replaced them.
Simba had the license to release dolls in Europe, and release dolls they did, throughout the 2000’s and 2010’s. They seem to have lost the license very shortly after Tangled was released. Simba dolls are the ones I know the least about, as they weren’t released in the United States and I have no personal memories of seeing them on shelves or in original packaging. I only know of what I can find record of online, or what European friends locate for me secondhand. Or what I randomly find at flea markets, because flea markets sometimes have really strange things.
“Other Jasmine dolls” will feature the stand alone dolls that weren’t released by any of the other major license holders, and thus have their own unique mold/look, such as the Broadway Musical doll.
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