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Barbie As Pauper Erika

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  • Figure based on Erika the Pauper character out of "Barbie as The Princess and the Pauper"
  • Barbie wearing a floral peasant-style gown in pastels with a lace-up bodice
  • Barbie wears a wreath of flowers on her brunette hair
  • Erika singing songs from the movie
  • Best friend Wolfie
  • Manufacturers recommened age 3+
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight322 g
Product Dimensions6.1 x 22.9 x 32.5 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:3 years and up
Item model number107979
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 956,219 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight522 g
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Date First Available15 Aug. 2004

Product Description

Product Description

Barbie as Erika sings two beautiful songs from Barbie's latest movie - The Princess and the Pauper. Requires 3 x button cell batteries (Included).

Manufacturer's Description

Barbie as Erika sings two beautiful songs from Barbie's latest movie - The Princess and the Pauper. Requires 3 x button cell batteries (Included).

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Amazon.com: 25 reviews
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
If you buy the set with Two dolls... 25 Dec. 2004
By C. Cunningham - Published on Amazon.com
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We went through some trial and error trying to get the two dolls to sing a duet in unison. Every time we followed the instructions it seemed that the Annaliese doll was off-beat by a second or two. Here's what we did to rectify this (don't follow the manufacturer's instructions!) (1) press the sound button until both dolls are on the same song ("You're just like me") then start the Annaliese doll first and the Erika doll a second or two later. This should get them singing in sync. Otherwise the Annaliese doll will be a little behind as the song progresses.

If you purchase each doll separately, you may still be able to get them to sing together if you follow the same steps.

By the way, if your doll comes with the "Try Me" cord still attached (it's a long pink cord with a little black button at the end), no need to be careful with your cutting -- you can cut right through it to get the doll out. This cord is not necessary and is not meant to stay on the doll after it is removed from the box. It is strictly for in-store demostrations.

Hope this helps!

Cris Cunningham
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
WOW!! 7 Nov. 2004
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
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I have Erika and Annaliese, and for christmas i am getting the rest of the princess and the pauper range!!! I like both of the songs Erika sings but Annalieses 2nd song is soo annoying. i tried to get them to sing together but they sung at different times EVEN when i pressed the button at the Exact same time.i dont know if anyone else has this problem but i have fixed it. Dont press the buttons at the same time, press erika first and then press Annaliese, it does work!!! The movie is absoultly fantastic and i think every girl (who likes barbie of course) should have this doll!!!!!! They are pretty and fun!!!
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Lovely Musical Doll 19 Oct. 2004
By Mom in PA - Published on Amazon.com
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My daughter received this for her third birthday and she loves it. Erika is just beautiful and her dress is gorgeous. My daughter, who loves all Barbie dolls, says that she is the prettiest one of all. There is a small button on her back that makes Erika "sing" when it is pushed. My one concern is that the button may break at some future date, but so far it works fine. The songs are pretty and not annoying like the songs on some toys. Erika also comes with a comb and brush set and my daughter has fun styling her hair. Now she really wants the DVD - I guess I know what she'll be getting for Christmas!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Gorgeous gorgeous doll! 26 Dec. 2004
By C. Asher - Published on Amazon.com
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Santa brought my three yr old this doll and King Dominick for Christmas, and boy was my daughter thrilled! The batteries are going to wear out quickly! The doll is very nicely made, her gown is lovely, and the signing clips are just the right volume, not too loud, and the sound quality is good. I thought the music would be annoying after awhile, but it's not loud or distorted, so maybe it won't get tedious. The olny issue I've noticed is that Erika's hair was matted when she was opened, and I don't know that most little girls would be careful enough with a brush to take care of it. (Barbies with curly hair all have the tendency to matt up, and it's a headache to brush.)

But, the doll's beautiful, and because my six yr old got Anneliese from Santa too, my gilrs are going to enjoy acting out the movie.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Overall pleased, but... 2 Nov. 2004
By Price Girls - Published on Amazon.com
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I got these because my two girls are new to Barbie and loved this movie. Much anticipation of these toys. I love them. They are beautiful dolls and well made. I don't like the fact that barbies come with so many miniscule pieces. And they sing well but getting them to sing together is very difficult. You have to press the buttons at the EXACT SAME time. Was hard for me to do it but having one girl each holding a doll trying to time it right? forget it. They still love them. I highly recommend for any Princess lovers.
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