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  • Donna Marcangeli

    This is the Amosandra doll from the Amos and Andy Radio Show from 1950's. This was my first and favorite doll I got for Christmas. I named her baby Sandra. Mom made us a look-a-like dress.

  • Leslie Schmidt

    Amosandra Doll. My sister had one, but it developed holes when the rubber deteriorated...so well loved and played with she was. The doll was inspired by the Amos and Andy Radio Show

  • Catharine Chenoweth

    "Amosandra is a doll that was marketed as a result of the popularity of the Amos and Andy radio show; she was the baby of the show's characters Amos and Ruby." I don't know where I got this doll, but I do remember having this little black doll.

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