The Moondreamer dolls were first released in 1986. These celestially outfitted dolls were made by Hasbro had metallic fabrics. Also, their hair glowed in the dark! Unfortuantely, Moondreamers didn’t do well and the toy line was short-lived. Still, many people have great memories of these dolls, so we thought we would create a page showing all the vintage Moondreamers merch you can still find today.
The short answer is: Definitely! Moondreamers was a short-lived toy line, but Hasbro produced enough so you can still find these dolls in second-hand shops. Still, it’s not aways easy to find information abot the different Moondreamers characters, so if you want to learn more, keep scrolling!
The first generation of Moondreamers included five poseable dolls measuring 5 1/2 inches tall. So, who were the main Mondreamer characters? Here they are, alomgisde their jobs:
Here are the original Moondreamer dolls as they were released in 1988. You can ge them second-hand on eBay today:
Moondreamers were a group of sparkly-dressed characters in charge of everything sky and dream related. For example, they had a Dream Machine that produced dreams for sleepers, and were also in charge of creating and maintaining stars, punching comets, and other celestial activities. One thing that set these dolls apart was their outfits. The trims of them glowed in the dark, and so did their hair and combs. Each Moondreamer also came with a necklace for little kids to wear. These are more difficult to find nowadys, but we have added them to the list below just in case you get lucky!
There are two more Moondreamer characters we haven’t mentioned yet – but these are amongst the most collectible vintage toys out there. They are: Bitsy and her companion Roary, and Blinky and her friend Ursa. Both these cute animals and their Moondreamer dolls had glow-in-the-dark hair and equally shinning clothes with trimmings. They also came with shoes and combs, and the animals had glowing features as well. For example, Ursa the bear had a removable saddle. One thing to mention about these figures is that they were very well designed; the characters can easily sit on the animals without falling off. Just like the the five main Moondreamers, Bitsy and Blinky also came with dream crystal necklaces and a stand.
The Twilight Team from Moondreamers was a couple of extraordinary characters: Celeste, and her dragon Galaxia. They were in charge of bringing on the night, riding across the sky. Both these dolls had glow-in-the-dark hair and sparkling outfits. They also came with a hairpin and included a necklace, barrettes, and ribbons, as well as a stand and a magic wand.
There were some other characters within the Moondreamers toy line. These were:
Moondreamers was released in the 1980s, and as we mentioned the toy line didn’t do too well. However, there is a following for the figures that continues to exist, as many of us have great memories of these dolls. Below you will find some new Moondreamers merch inspired by the original Hasbro toy line.
There are currently no new Moondreamer products to display.
Unfortunately, no. Moondreamers was only a toy line. We could have seen a show, as I’m sure there was one in the making, but the dolls didn’t do as well as Hasbro expected so they were short-lived.