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Created by Bally in 1979, this rock ’em, sock ’em game room lets you play around Dolly’s accessories. And the bumpers are records. Tilt!
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Parton has a number of dolls in different outfits, but this one — in her Christmas-edition reindeer jumpsuit — is our personal favorite.
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At Dollywood, Parton has a room full of her trademark blonde bouffants, where costume designers come to worship. We imagine Snooki must have taken a few pointers, too.
Movie poster for Rhinestone
Rhinestone, sandwiched between The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and Steel Magnolias, is a lost chapter of Parton’s career, and that’s a shame: When else will you see Sylvester Stallone attempt to be a country music star?
Dolly Parton commemorative plate
Note Dolly’s Robocop-like sheen on this airbrushed, grandmother’s cabinet-worthy gem.
Dolly Parton pancakes
Not really merchandise, but a bizarre (and oddly delicious-looking) tribute nonetheless. Parton Pancakes are going to sweep the nation any day now. [On the off chance that you didn’t recognize him in pancake form, that’s Burt Reynolds on the left — Breakfast Foods Ed.]
Dolly Parton tattoo
There isn’t, to our knowledge, a tattoo parlor at Dollywood, but maybe there should be. There are worst things to have emblazoned on your flesh.
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For the toddler Dolly fanatic, a romper that proclaims her country cred.
Dolly Parton yarn art
Strand by strand recreation of Dolly’s winning smile, and, um, other assets. How better to decorate your living room or cruelly mock your cat?
I Am a Rainbow, Dolly Parton’s children’s book
Part of Parton’s philanthropic pro-reading project, the Imagination Library, I Am a Rainbow helps kids talk about feelings. And colors! Now, we just need one for adults.