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Welcome to the Groovy Girls WikiEdit

This wiki is all about the Groovy Girls, a doll line with a funky sense of style! This database of everything Groovy Girls was founded on August 22, 2014 by WatermelonSunshine, and currently has made 4,762 edits and created 371 articles.

What is a Groovy Girl?Edit

Groovy Girls are a doll line produced by Manhattan Toy. The Minneapolis-based toymaker has announced that Groovy Girls are officially discontinued by end of 2019. The doll line, first sold in 1998, features multi-cultural dolls who represent children of all races and exhibit a variety of hairstyles and retro-styled, "groovy" clothing. These soft-bodied dolls are sold in specialty toy stores around the world, and no two characters are alike. Altogether, Manhattan Toy made more than 1,000 pieces of Groovy Girl toys.

Groovy Girls are not only limited to just girl dolls - Groovy Boys have been made as well. 40" tall Supersize dolls and bendy rubber Minis have also been produced.

Ever since their humble introduction into the vast world of toys, they have been extremely popular with children, teens, and adults alike. While they reached their peak of popularity in around 2004-2008, when the "Main 6" characters (whose names spell out GROOVY) represented the line, they still continue to be popular today and thus, new dolls to add to the line continue to be made every year up to end of 2019. They are now collectible items.

Not only does the line consist of dolls, but accessories and fashions for the dolls are sold as well. The accessories range from beds, furniture, homes, vehicles, to even horses the dolls can ride.

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