Valley Ranch Treasures: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Barbie Doll

DCC Barbie display

Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Barbie is part of a display of memorabilia at Valley Ranch just outside the DCC offices/studio.

Mattel released three different versions of the DCC Barbie on December 1, 2007 as part of its Pink Collection.

Gosh, I wish I would have bought the dolls when they went on sale 9 years ago because they were limited edition and have gone up in value! They’re no longer available from the official Barbie Web site, but you can often find them at collectibles stores or on-line at re-sale sites such as Ebay.

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[photos via thebarbiecollection.com]

According to Mattel’s The Barbie Collection Web site:

Barbie® doll celebrates the darlings of professional football dressed in a fabulous re-creation of the internationally recognized Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders uniform. The famed blouse, star-spangled vest and belt, and white shorts are meticulously reproduced. White cowboy boots and blue and silver pom poms complete the amazing ensemble.

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2 Responses to “Valley Ranch Treasures: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Barbie Doll”

  1. Oh my! Well, I happen to know a few of the DCC ladies from “shall we say” other generations. They still look as great and perform annually with the group when the chance arises at AT&T stadium. Great group of women – past and present.

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