Polly World Park

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Polly World ParkPolly Pocket World theme park includes rides, fun, click fashions, roller coaster, and styling mall. Includes movie set with toy cameras and a fun ride for the Polly Pocket doll. Toy music instruments adorn the playset.

Polly World

The Polly Pocket franchise, from which the Polly World series originates, was first created by Chris Wiggs in 1983 for his daughter. The original toys were compact, pocket-sized cases that opened up to reveal a tiny doll and a playset, like a miniature house or beach, inside. The original Polly doll was less than an inch tall and was made to bend at the waist.

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, the Polly Pocket brand expanded into a larger scale with the introduction of the "Fashion Polly" line. These dolls were about 4 inches tall and had a slim, flexible plastic body, with clothes made from a rubbery material that could be put on and taken off.

The Polly World series was part of this expansion, adding more interactive playsets and environments to the Polly Pocket line. For example, the Polly World theme park playset, released in the mid-2000s, was a large, multi-level playset with different attractions like a roller coaster, ferris wheel, water slide, and more. This playset, along with others in the Polly World series, was designed for use with the larger Fashion Polly dolls.

Polly World was also the name of a direct-to-DVD movie released in 2006. In the film, Polly and her friends go on an adventure at a theme park, tying into the theme park playsets released around the same time.

The Polly Pocket brand is still alive and well, having been revitalized with new playsets that harken back to the original compact design, alongside a new animated series. The newer products, however, feature updated designs and themes to appeal to the modern audience.