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Bratz Girlz Rock Limo half price instore at Tesco
Bratz Girlz Rock Limo half price instore at Tesco

Bratz Girlz Rock Limo half price instore at Tesco

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Just picked one of these up for my Daughters Xmas. Reduced from £50.

Fits 4 dolls so its pretty big plus come with a doll as well.

Has working lights. and you can play an MP3 player through it.

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What Tesco Did You Get That From My Daughters Been Wanting One Of These For Ages Lol

Most Bratz stuff wil be reduced now they are no longer made and have been replaced with moxi girls

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What Tesco Did You Get That From My Daughters Been Wanting One Of These … What Tesco Did You Get That From My Daughters Been Wanting One Of These For Ages Lol



Shettleston

Ano We Have Tryed Everywhere To Get bratz Dolls But No Where Seems To Have Them
Did They Have Any Left Makershaker?

ibrox_hunk;6888564

Ano We Have Tryed Everywhere To Get bratz Dolls But No Where Seems To … Ano We Have Tryed Everywhere To Get bratz Dolls But No Where Seems To Have Them Did They Have Any Left Makershaker?


this is why
(CN) - The man who designed Bratz dolls admitted he copied the design from a shoe advertisement, the artist who drew the Steve Madden shoe ads claims in Manhattan Federal Court. Bernard Belair claims he designed the dolls with "disproportionally large head, small torso, long legs and very large feet" that Mattel and MGA Entertainment parlayed into a billion-dollar success.
In May 2008, Mattel sued Bratz owner MGA Entertainment for copyright infringement, claiming doll designer Carter Bryant had come up with the Bratz characters when he was working for Mattel as a Barbie designer, then took the designs to competitor MGA.
Mattel won $100 million, an order directing MGA to transfer all Bratz-related assets to Mattel by February 2010 and a permanent injunction stopping MGA from selling the dolls.
Belair claims that while testifying in that litigation in Los Angeles Federal Court, Bryant testified that he came up with the idea that became the Bratz dolls after seeing Steve Madden shoe ads in Seventeen Magazine.
Now Belair has sued MGA and Mattel in Federal Court, claiming he drew those Steve Madden ads, featuring dolls with the same "disproportionally large head, small torso, long legs and very large feet" that Bratz dolls have.
Belair says his dolls also share "character, fashion styling and posture" with Bratz dolls.
Belair says neither MGA nor Mattel asked his permission to use his doll design.
He seeks MGA's and Mattel's profits from the Bratz line.
He is represented by Gerard Haddad and Jennifer BianRosa with Dickstein Shapiro.

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Paddy_o_furniture;6888536

Most Bratz stuff wil be reduced now they are no longer made and have been … Most Bratz stuff wil be reduced now they are no longer made and have been replaced with moxi girls



Ah now I get it! Wondered why no Bratz anymore only Moxie girls.

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Ano We Have Tryed Everywhere To Get bratz Dolls But No Where Seems To … Ano We Have Tryed Everywhere To Get bratz Dolls But No Where Seems To Have Them Did They Have Any Left Makershaker?



Well, i took the last one off the shelf today. But i was in yesterday looking at toys and hadnt noticed them or i would have bought one. Seems to me that they must have just put em out today so dunno how much stock they would have.

The limo is pretty big.

I got loads of Bratz stuff for my daughter throughout the year ready for christmas only for her to turn round n say shes not into them anymore!!!!!!! typical!

Paddy_o_furniture;6888536

Most Bratz stuff wil be reduced now they are no longer made and have been … Most Bratz stuff wil be reduced now they are no longer made and have been replaced with moxi girls



Paddy_o_furniture;6888634

this is why(CN) - The man who designed Bratz dolls admitted he copied the … this is why(CN) - The man who designed Bratz dolls admitted he copied the design from a shoe advertisement, the artist who drew the Steve Madden shoe ads claims in Manhattan Federal Court. Bernard Belair claims he designed the dolls with "disproportionally large head, small torso, long legs and very large feet" that Mattel and MGA Entertainment parlayed into a billion-dollar success. In May 2008, Mattel sued Bratz owner MGA Entertainment for copyright infringement, claiming doll designer Carter Bryant had come up with the Bratz characters when he was working for Mattel as a Barbie designer, then took the designs to competitor MGA. Mattel won $100 million, an order directing MGA to transfer all Bratz-related assets to Mattel by February 2010 and a permanent injunction stopping MGA from selling the dolls. Belair claims that while testifying in that litigation in Los Angeles Federal Court, Bryant testified that he came up with the idea that became the Bratz dolls after seeing Steve Madden shoe ads in Seventeen Magazine. Now Belair has sued MGA and Mattel in Federal Court, claiming he drew those Steve Madden ads, featuring dolls with the same "disproportionally large head, small torso, long legs and very large feet" that Bratz dolls have. Belair says his dolls also share "character, fashion styling and posture" with Bratz dolls. Belair says neither MGA nor Mattel asked his permission to use his doll design. He seeks MGA's and Mattel's profits from the Bratz line. He is represented by Gerard Haddad and Jennifer BianRosa with Dickstein Shapiro.]source



Well you learn something new everyday. Thanks for the info. I may look to get some cheap stuff then. My daughter loves bratz!!
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