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"Through their play Barbara imagined their lives as adults. They used the dolls to reflect the adult world around them. They would sit and carry on conversations, making the dolls real people." Ruth Handler
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"I did not think this doll could ever be this huge." Ruth Handler
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"I thought the Barbie doll would always be successful." Ruth Handler
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"I wasn't a financial pro, and I paid the price." Ruth Handler
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"It took us three years to even come close to catching up with the demand a little bit." Ruth Handler
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"It's the degree of success and the length of time that is amazing." Ruth Handler
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"Television speeded everything up." Ruth Handler
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"The doll had an adult shaped body, the thing that I had been trying to describe for years, and our guys said it couldn't be done." Ruth Handler
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"They were using the dolls to project their dreams of their own futures as adult women." Ruth Handler
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"We didn't know how to run a business, but we had dreams and talent." Ruth Handler
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"We were walking down the street in Lucerne and there was a doll... and adult doll with a woman's body... sitting on a rope swing." Ruth Handler
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