Dunst made her film debut at 9 years old in Woody Allen’s Oedipus Wrecks for the anthology New York Stories (1989).
The Durst doll is wearing a replica of the formal Chinese red print dress Dunst wore in Spider-man with splits up the sides and red plastic platform high-heal sandals. No painted toenails. The accessories include a a burgandy beaded cloth purse and a imitation silk shawl. Her white underwear and gold bead earrings are molded and painted on.
Unlike the Tobey Maguire Spider-Man, this doll is not very flexible. The legs and arms are stiff and only move at the shoulders, but the head does go up and down slightly as well as side to side. It twists at the waist too. The head is the best feature with red hair in a chopstick bun, dimples on the cheeks and well painted eyes.
Visit the Toby Maquire/Spiderman exhibit in the Celebrity Doll Museum.