Whether your child is a fan of Harry Potter books, movies or both, Harry Potter gear is always a hit. And anything that can allow kids to act out their favorite Harry Potter scenes (or make up their own) is sure to go over big.
Mattel has created a line of Harry Potter Film-Inspired Collector Dolls, including one of Harry himself, at the parent-friendly price of $20.97 at Walmart.com. Your little Muggle will love Harry’s lifelike features, complete with his iconic scar and glasses. Harry is also easy to move — he has 11 “joints” in his neck, shoulders, hips, knees, elbows, and wrists to help him create whatever poses your child can dream up.
Harry comes in his signature Hogwarts uniform and Gryffindor robe, along with a personalized wand just like the one he uses onscreen. And heads up: There are other Harry Potter dolls out there that your HP fan can add to the mix, including Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, Ginny Weasley, Professor Dumbledore, and Professor McGonagall.
The Harry Potter doll is big with online reviewers.
“Be still my heart,” Lola from Sunny and Lola told her 7,200 subscribers, adding that she’s also “really excited” about the dolls. “I love the fact that they are movie accurate,” she says. “They’re just so pretty and so well done.”
“When I saw the dolls, I fell in love,” BratzPowerGirl says in her YouTube review. The wands are “really, really detailed,” she says, adding that the dolls can hold their wand on their own.
“This Harry Potter doll is great for any Harry Potter collector!” nchen writes on Walmart.com. “Doll is a true replica and has great details such as Harry Potter’s iconic scar and glasses. Outfit and wand also make the doll look just like his character in the movies.”
One thing to keep in mind, according to reviewer Kim: Harry’s eye color reflects that of the movie character — not the book character. “The book makes such a big deal about his green eyes,” she points out.
For just $20.97, your child can have his or her very own Harry Potter doll. The Wizarding World awaits…
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