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The Burt Bacharach doll The B-52 Mitchell bomber, which crashed during the Vietnam War, is the latest in a long line of B-29s that have been given out to the public.

The doll is made from a “brass and copper alloy” and weighs less than 50 pounds.

The actor who portrayed the bomber is Richard Dreyfuss, who played a character called “The Man”.

The doll has also been given to celebrities such as Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and Leonardo DiCaprio.

The man who made the B-17 Mitchell, the pilot, is believed to be Carl Lindbergh, who flew it for the US forces in the Vietnam war.

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The Oscar de la Renta doll The Oscar De la Ranta doll, created in 1961, is one of the most famous dolls of all time.

The artist behind the doll, Oscar de La Renta, is best known for his work with the Doraemon character, and also as a designer for the Disney Princesses.

The character is said to have a heart of gold.

De La Ranta’s other works include the Tumbleweed Hotel in London, the house in Malibu, and the house at the end of The Wizard of Oz. 5/10 8.

The Lego model The Lego version of Lego’s The Lord of the Rings set is one the most popular pieces of Lego ever.

It’s made out of plastic, but it’s made from the same stuff as the real thing, and is made out to look like a real piece of Lego.

The pieces can be set in any Lego-themed building.

The model is named after Lego’s inventor, Ed.

Lego’s parent company, Unilever, has been working on a new line of Lego products for a few years now.

It was announced earlier this year that Lego was bringing the brand’s popular Lord of The Rings figures to Lego stores.

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The Epson Epson C-52 Commando doll The E-52 C-51 Commando is one a very popular doll.

It features a face painted in the colour blue, and has a black nose and lips.

The toy is often used by teenagers as a toy to distract them from homework.

The C-53A, which has also seen a number of military and civilian uses, is also part of the Epson family.

The dolls were also featured in the upcoming film The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.

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The Star Wars TIE Fighter The Star War TIE fighter was first seen in Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace.

The fighter, which was designed by British designer Tony McAllister, is a replica of a Boeing 707-200ER jet.

The aircraft has seen use on a number, including a flight by the British Air Force.

It has also become the subject of a number in the Star Wars universe.

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The Dumbo doll Dumbo is the world’s first and only live-action, miniature toy.

It is also one of a range of dolls that are made from foam and paper, and are usually sold for around £25.

The toys have been around since 1882, and were invented by German artist Jules Verne.

They can be bought by children, or adults, and can be dressed up in a variety of ways, from a star-spangled bunting, to a full costume, to full-blown costumes.

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The Barbie doll The Barbie is an iconic doll, and one that’s become very popular.

Created in the 1950s, the doll was initially sold in the US as a novelty toy, before quickly spreading to other countries.

The first US release of the doll came in 1949.

The US was home to its first Barbie store, before it was eventually sold out.

Today, the dolls are sold in more than 30 countries.

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The Mickey Mouse doll The Disney Princess Daisy is one Disney Princess that’s been popular.

The blonde, pink and blue-eyed character has a long history with the company, dating back to her introduction in 1957.

The company’s famous animator, Frank Oz, created the character with help from the studio.

The princess is the most recognisable character in the company’s toy catalogue.

The Disney princesses range from Elsa to Ariel, from Sleeping Beauty to Jasmine, and many more.

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The Pussycat doll Pussycats are very popular toys.

Made by UK toy manufacturer Mattel, they feature a doll that’s a real pussycat, with the owner holding her up in one hand and the toy in the other.

The owners of these pussycats tend to be a male or female and have a variety to choose from.

Mattel has released more than 40 different Pussy Cats over the years.

Some of them have become so