ArtsAutosBooksBusinessEducationEntertainmentFamilyFashionFoodGamesGenderHealthHolidaysHomeHubPagesPersonal FinancePetsPoliticsReligionSportsTechnologyTravel
  • »
  • Games, Toys, and Hobbies»
  • Toys for Kids

Mrs Beasley Doll

Updated on December 1, 2014

Retro Dolls

Looking for the Mrs. Beasley doll from the "Family Affair" tv show?

What's a Mrs. Beasley doll? Mrs. Beasley was the doll of Buffy, on the "Family Affair" sitcom and she was very high in demand back then and now she's an in demand collectible doll.

With her polk-a-dot outfit, grandma glasses and yellow hair, she was a one of a kind to any little girl and is a special treasure for any doll collector. She was my favorite doll and still remains one of my favorite memories.

Photo: Collectible Mrs. Beasley Talking Doll From Family Affair

Updated December 1, 2014

About Buffy's Doll - More Mrs Beasley Dolls

Mrs. Beasley made her debut on the hit 70's show, Family Affair, as Buffy's favorite doll. Buffy, played by Anisa Jones, went almost nowhere without her special doll. The doll has a pull string that makes her talk and she has about eleven different sayings. Her blue outfit with the yellow polka dots and big yellow shoes, plus her cute glasses are one only a few reasons this little doll fast become a favorite for little girls everywhere. We all wanted "Buffy's doll" and many of us were lucky enough to have received her as a gift.

Now, there's a newer version of Mrs. Beasley, with the same retro style clothes, but recorded now with Cheryl Ladd's voice. Same cute doll, just a new voice. Great nostalgic gift for someone you know that loved Family Affair and maybe even had the doll as a little girl! Definitely sure to stir up some great memories.

Mrs. Beasley Sayings

Hear the original Mrs. Beasley doll on this video as she introduces herself, asks if you'd like to play and many other sayings and questions. (like "Do you want to hear a secret?") One of the first interactive talking dolls loved my many little girls.

Mrs Beasley Auctions on eBay - Vintage Dolls

As with all older and vintage dolls, they can be very difficult to find in mint condition. If you're looking for the original Mrs. Beasley, you'll most likely find them here. Ebay is a great place to get those items and at a reasonable price.Get a great deal on the Mrs Beasley doll with auctions ending soon:

Family Affair on DVD

Retro Television

Family Affair is now available on dvd--in one complete set or you can buy each season individually. Have a favorite season? It's here. A classic family show that is lots of fun to watch even now. Well known actor, Brian Keith, played the Uncle, Sebastian Cabot played the much loved Mr. French, while the children were played by Anissa Jones (Buffy), Johny Whitaker (Jody) and Kathy Garver (Sissy).]

Family Affair...all seasons of Family Affair can be found on Amazon.

Buffy and Mrs. Beasley Collectable Doll - Rare and Unique

Buffy and Mrs. Beasley
Buffy and Mrs. Beasley

BUFFY & MRS. BEASLEY Doll FAMILY AFFAIR T.V. Show w WRIST Tag SEALED (1967 MATTEL Inc)

1967 Mattel Doll---includes Buffy doll, with wrist tag, and small Mrs. Beasley--adorable replica of Anissa Jones with blond hair in pigtails and red ribbons. Both dolls have polka dot dresses and colorful shoes. (red and yellow)--Box is sealed; great addition to your retro or vintage doll collection.

Going Retro: Mrs. Beasley - Mrs. Beasley Doll

Mrs. Beasley
Mrs. Beasley

Did you have a Mrs. Beasley doll or know someone who did?

See results

Photos from Family Affair--complete cast photos, the original black and white cast picture plus the loveable Mr. French and Buffy and Jody snapshots. Cool signed photo from Johnny Whitaker is also available.


FAMILY AFFAIR ANISSA JONES JOHNNY WHITAKER 8X10 PHOTO #B3553

Mrs. Beasely Doll: Did you have one?

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    • profile image

      anonymous 4 years ago

      I had a friend who had a Mrs. Beasley doll. I don't know why, but I never wanted one. Mrs. Beasley just never appealed to me. I think I wanted dolls that portrayed kids instead of adults.

    • choosehappy profile image
      Author

      Vikki 4 years ago from US

      @Redneck Lady Luck: Me too ; I loved that show.

    • Redneck Lady Luck profile image

      Lorelei Cohen 4 years ago from Canada

      Gosh this brings back some memories. I remember the show was canceled and I was so disappointed as it was one of my favorites.

    • shellys-space profile image

      Shelly Sellers 4 years ago from Midwest U.S.A.

      I wanted a Mrs. Beasley doll, but never got one! I watched Family Affair for years :)

    • profile image

      anonymous 5 years ago

      First I have seen this adorable doll

    • profile image

      miaponzo 5 years ago

      I wanted one of these so bad when I was a kid! My friend had one and I used to play with her all the time, she was the kind with the string to speak :) Blessed!

    • Blackspaniel1 profile image

      Blackspaniel1 5 years ago

      Nice lens

    • tvyps profile image

      Teri Villars 6 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      My sister had one, also had a doll called "Little Miss No Name" that was dressed in rags and had plastic tears. Ha!!