The number of permutations of face molds that was available with Twinns was large, and there was a definite difference between the original molds, recasts and latter molds. Some just looked better than others though, and I must admit I was very partial to the Kelsey, Audrey, Lenore and Emma molds. I did have a large collection, and probably it was too large, but the Twinns buy each other when you are not looking so that may have something to do with it.
Each of my girls (and boy), had a biography, and naturally some of the girls tended to have very well developed personalities too, Dawn probably being the most developed personality of them all. I admit that she could go places where the other girls would not go, and her teasing of Heather was an interesting sideline for her. She also had a chainsaw, and you don’t argue with a Twinn brandishing a chainsaw.
The C&D Detective Agency also let us explore places and ideas that would work in many of the stories. It did however limit career choices considerably, but that wasn’t too much of a disaster.
Who is left? Only Caitlyn, Dawn, Skye, Sally and Nicole still exist in my collection, I have since brought Caitlyn, Dawn, Skye and Nicole to the UK and they keep me company. The gang is not all here, but I am glad to see some of them once again.
There was a new addition to the vinyl family recently. Use the image below to be introduced to Emily.
And if you really want to meet the Twinns, then let’s meet the girls. Navigation to each biography is via the images in the table below.
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