Jul 242020

The Rock Hudson celebrity doll portrays him as Brad Allen in the 1959 movie Pillow Talk.  The doll is part of a Pink Label two doll set with Doris Day as Jan Morrow and was made by Mattel in 2011. The doll was designed by Linda Kyaw and released on June 16, 2011.  The Celebrity Doll Museum also has the Doris Day doll in the collection. 

From the box: 

Pillow Talk™ Gift Set

Doris Day
Rock Hudson

A favorite film of 1959, Pillow Talk™ paired Doris Day™ and Rock Hudson in the first of their 3 romantic comedies. Interior designer Jan Morrow and composer Brad Allen share a telephone party line in Manhattan.  Brad monopolizes the line, romancing his many women and infuriating Jan.  The two take an immediate dislike for each other, but when Brad finally sees her, it’s love at first sight. Can they somehow overcome their telephone history? Barbie® Collector celebrates Pillow Talk™–the frothy film from the fabulous ’50s that is still so much fun today!


The Rock Hudson celebrity doll comes wearing a navy blue suit with a white shirt and black tie.  The suit jacket is tacked closed with a single stitch but has a snap closure as well for removal and a tiny decorative button.  Underneath is a long sleeve white cotton collared shirt that is attached to the navy pants around the waist and opens in the back with Velcro where both shirt and pants being sort of a jump suit..  The tie is a black satin ribbon tied in a proper tie knot.  On the feet are black plastic dress shoes with navy socks underneath  All the clothing is removable.

The face is painted with dark brown eyes and pink lips.  The hair is molded black plastic.

The doll is only articulated at the neck (turns and up and down), shoulders , and hips.  The legs and arms are stiff with the left arm at a fixed slightly bent position.


With doll is a clear plastic stand with a black base and a Mattel Certificate of Authenticity.

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