The Lucy Liu celebrity doll portrays her as the character Alex Munday in the movie Charlie’s Angels (2000). The doll is part of the Signature Look Action Doll Series 1 set of dolls made by Jakks Pacific in 2000 under license from Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.. The set includes Dylan Sanders (Drew Barrymore) , Natalie Cook (Cameron Diaz), and Alex Munday (Lucy Liu). A Series 2 followed in different outfits.
Charlie’s Angels is a 2000 American action comedy film based on the television series of the same name from the late 1970s. A sequel was made in 2003 called Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle.
The doll comes with a black satin zip jacket, an orange doll stand, and a coat hanger. The box boasts “It’s All about the Body!” with “fab abs, knock-out knees, cute and curvy back, beauty posing arms, rockin’ wrists, and an attitude striking neck.” The doll body is very defined and athletic.
The open toed black heels are made of sticky very soft rubbery plastic and the doll’s overall plastic body is slightly sticky as well. The wire tires holding the museum’s doll to the box carved two slight indentations on the arms after being in the box for 10 years.