Moppets Secret Doll House is a toy made by Knickerbocker. I believe I received this in 1981 for Christmas.
This toy was one of my most prized. I kept it only in my bedroom. I do remember that I always put Moppet’s shoes in her TV drawer when I was done playing. After years of being packed away, when I took this out, the shoes were still in the drawer. I also named the doll “Muppet.” My niece Morgan plays with this when she comes to visit. And, she always remembers to put the shoes back in the drawer.
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Missing accessories: blanket, 1 plate, pizza, and 2 cups. I am hoping that some of the missing accessories are with my Barbie collection.
Accessories I do still have:
Moppet doll with her pink/blue dress, white tights, and shoes.
2 Additional outfits (pj’s and pink dress), plus 3 hangers.
Complete “house” with all decals still in place.
Large over-skirt that covers the “house”.
Furniture: bean bag chair; side table; pop-in shelving that divides the kitchen and living area.
Swing-out” furniture (oven, TV, & mirror).
Built-in furniture (fireplace, dressing area drawer, & bed with shelf).
Accessories: lamp, alarm clock, phone, 1 plate, pillow, comb, & brush.
So cute! How old were you when you played with this?
I believe I was 8 when I received this and played with it until I was probably 13.
I didn’t have this one, but I totally remember playing with one at a friend’s house and wishing I had my own!
I still have mine!
My daughter had one when she was little, I do not know what ever happened to it. Was trying to find another one for her to give as a gift.
Yes, these are very hard to find. I could never sell it though! 🙂
Hi … I wanted to say that this was my favorite toy. Would you happen to know who might be selling one?
I do not know anyone selling. This is a very hard toy to find.
I worked for Kinckerbocker back in the mid 70’s as a 16 year old on the assembly line for this very product. I put the lid on the box it came in, then put the box in a shipping box that contained 12 boxes. When full, the shipping box would be placed on a skid until we reached 30 boxes. Then the skid would be put on a truck and sent to stores. Knickerbocker was in Middlesex NJ. Horrible job.