Kenner Blythe Doll Anatomy
How is a Kenner Blythe doll put together? For photos, please see below.
Further photos featuring the anatomy inside of a Kenner’s head to come in the future.
Assembled doll on left, mostly unassembled doll on right.
All four Kenner eye chip colors.
Note the holes in the back of the ears, used to attach sunglasses.
7 lines of text on back.
An unattached and attached arm on upper torso.
Side view of torso with arm removed to show socket.
Clear rubberband, as seen in photos of lower torso, does not typically come on dolls. Disassembled doll body used for these photos has a lower torso that is currently in two pieces due to cracks caused by aging. Rubber band demonstrates how lower torso should fit together, if there were no crack.
Back of lower torso. Crack not an error, there to look like a butt.
Legs bend and hold position at knee. (Not shown. Legs in above photos are unbent.)
An X-ray image of a Kenner Blythe doll.
A huge thank you to Katja (BlytheOwl) for this image. It is fascinating to see how these dolls are put together from the inside out.