1967 was a new year for Barbie. She had an entirely new look. The #1190 Standard Straight-leg Barbie was less expensive than the Twist 'n Turn doll, but yet still very beautiful. She had the same face as the twist 'n turn doll except she had painted eyelashes rather than rooted eyelashes. Her eyes were blue, her lips pink and she was available with either blonde, ash blonde, light brown or dark brown hair. There's the rare platinum and red as well. She is marked Straight-leg Barbie: Midge T.M. ©1962 Barbie® ©1958 by Mattel, Inc. Patented. She came with a swim-suit, X stand, and booklet.
Standard Straight-leg Barbie 1967-1971
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#1190 Blonde Standard Barbie with center glanced eyes (1971)
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Barbie came wearing the same swim suit as the 1967-1969 doll, but her suit was blue instead of pink. She had platinum blonde hair with a blue hair ribbon. The set also included the #1866 Movie Groovie outfit (hot pink satin skirt, long sleeve pink and silver top, hot pink hose, hot pink bow shoes and hanger).
The 1971 version had center glanced eyes
Platinum Blonde Standard Barbie (1967)
#1190 Ash-blonde with a little silver tint to it. (1967-69)
#1190 dark brown Standard 1970)
Even though the box says "real Eyelashes" she didn't have them! You'll find this written on the earlier 1970 boxes and none of the 1971 boxes.
Standard Barbie with dark brown hair (1970)
Standard Barbie with rare red hair
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This fabulous set came with the doll in her pink two-piece swim suit, print coat, matching skirt, knit shell, travel hat box, sheer hose, blue one-piece swimsuit and blue bow shoes.
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Standard Barbie with light brown hair (1970)
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