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This is our third page of Bratz doll merchandise. We link to Amazon.com for the lowest prices of Bratz dolls games and toys.

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Bratz Exclusive Collector's Edition Doll - Tokyo A Go Go - May Lin

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Lil Bratz Child's
3 pc Tableware Set

8 inch plate. 5.5 inch bowl. 8 ounce singlewall tumbler. Lil Bratz Child's 3 piece Tableware Set comes sealed in a plastic clamshell. Durable and reusable!

Angel BRATZ Italian Charm

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Girls' Lil' Bratz
Lilac Cheerleader Nightgown

Fun image of 4 Lil' Bratz showing off their team spirit. Bright pink tones. Comfy and soft. Polyester. Machine wash; imported. S, M, XL

Bratz Collector's Edition

4th of July

Hundreds of Bratz toys discounted from amazon.com

Studio: Fox Home Entertainme

DVD Release Date: September 28, 2004

DVD Features:

  • Available Audio Tracks: English
  • Bloopers
  • Deleted scene
  • Six karaoke/jukebox songs
  • Love horoscope
  • Fashion mall game
  • Trivia game
  • Two music videos
  • TV spot
  • Collectible purse packaging


Starrin' & Stylin' DVD

Bratz fashion dolls now have their very own animated feature film, starring four fashion-forward pals--Cloe, Yasmin, Jade, and Sasha--as they navigate the traumas of adolescence with attitudes as edgy as their cartoon caricatures. The film opens as the girls receive an art class assignment to "Express Yourself" through a video they jointly produce. The project creates a convenient backdrop for the storyline, which follows each girl in her quest for self-discovery. Sasha is stressed as head of the prom committee, while Yasmin goes undercover as the school newspaper's gossip columnist. Jade nearly collapses from a fashion crisis, while Cloe is in search of the perfect mudpack makeover. There are boys, of course, and a conspicuous absence of adult role models. "Super slammin' good times" await preteen viewers interested in shopping, shoes, and spa treatments, but for those who want a film with substance, the search is on. (Ages 7 to 12) --Lynn Gibson, amazon.com

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