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Russ Berrie Curious George In Pajamas 12" Plush
- (the state of lying) 32 x 11cm in depth about width height 17 x: body size: size
- target gender: unisex
- The main production country: China
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Russ Berrie Curious George 12" Plush Toy in Pajamas Curious George, the beloved, mischievous monkey created by Margret and H.A. Rey and brought to America when the Reys escaped from Paris in 1940 during World War II, is now available in several soft plush versions from Russ. This cuddly 12" Curious George is ready for bedtime in his soft blue-and-white pinstriped cotton PJs, with his cute little monkey teddy ready to help him fall asleep. Curious George and related characters, created by Margret and H.A. Rey, are copyrighted and trademarked by Houghton Mifflin Company and used under license. Licensed by Universal Studios Licensing LLLP. All rights reserved.
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We're very happy with this product and with the seller.
This is exactly what you expect it to be - a plush toy of a monkey wearing PJs. If you like Curious George, or pajamas, or indeed cute things in general, this should be a big hit. I imagine that children will love this toy, while adults with childlike brains (such as myself) will also find it charming and oddly hilarious.
As another positive, George is very soft and fairly durable. His pajamas can get a bit stained and linty with repeated handling, but they are fairly easily cleaned. You just have to clip a few strings to detach the PJs from George for separate washing (you can detach his teddy bear with ease as well).
I forgot to mention the teddy bear before, didn't I? Well, it's the crowning touch, I think. A stuffed animal holding a stuffed animal qualifies as avante-garde, in my view.
In summation: monkeys are fun; pajamas are fun; and monkeys wearing pajamas are twice the fun. In a perfect world, George would find a place of honor in every child's room and every office worker's cubicle in the nation. 'Nuff said.