This is an ORIGINAL 12" Action Figure Doll of legendary star, JAMES DEAN.

It is part of the BARBIE Timeless Treasures Dolls from Mattel. This one is from 2000.

He is mint in the box, box has wear and a price sticker removal. Great graphics on the box .

This doll is called AMERICAN LEGEND, a dynamic look to replicate the actor from the 1955 classic motion picture,

Rebel Without a Cause

Director: Nicholas Ray

Screenplay by Stewart Stern & Irving Shulman

Teenage terror torn from today's headlines

A rebellious young man with a troubled past comes to a new town, finding friends and enemies. Jim Stark's family has just moved to the suburbs of Los Angeles. He meets Plato, who is gay, and Judy, whom he likes. He somehow gets mixed up with some tough guys who talk him into participating in their "Chickie run", which involves driving cars towards the edge of a cliff. One of the other boys accidentally dies, and he was Judy's boyfriend. So, Jim, Judy and Plato are forced to hide in an old abandoned mansion to hid from the police and the friends of Judy's boyfriend, who believe that Jim ratted on them to the cops.

Just so far ahead of its time ... . The entire cast included:
James Dean ... Jim Stark
Natalie Wood ... Judy
Sal Mineo ... John 'Plato' Crawford
Jim Backus ... Frank Stark
Ann Doran ... Mrs. Carol Stark
Corey Allen ... Buzz Gunderson
William Hopper ... Judy's Father
Rochelle Hudson ... Judy's Mother
Dennis Hopper ... Goon
Edward Platt ... Ray Fremick
Steffi Sidney ... Mil
Marietta Canty ... Crawford family maid
Virginia Brissac ... Mrs. Stark, Jim's grandmother
Beverly Long ... Helen
Ian Wolfe ... Dr. Minton (lecturer at planetarium)

Great for the true HOLLYWOOD collector!

Shop with confidence! This is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is has been located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for OVER 40 years!

MORE INFO ON JAMES DEAN: James Dean was raised on a farm by his aunt and uncle in Fairmount, Indiana. He received rave reviews for his work as the blackmailing Arab boy in the New York production of Gide's "The Immoralist", good enough to earn him a trip to Hollywood. His early film efforts were strictly bit parts: a sailor in the Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis overly frantic musical comedy Sailor Beware (1952); a GI in Samuel Fuller's moody study of a platoon in the Korean War, Fixed Bayonets! (1951) and a youth in the Piper Laurie-Rock Hudson comedy Has Anybody Seen My Gal? (1952). He had major roles in only three movies. In the Elia Kazan production of John Steinbeck's East of Eden (1955) he played Caleb, the "bad" brother who couldn't force affection from his stiff-necked father. His true starring role, the one which fixed his image forever in American culture, was that of the brooding red-jacketed teenager Jim Stark in Nicholas Ray's Rebel Without a Cause (1955). George Stevens' filming of Edna Ferber's Giant (1956), in which he played the non-conforming cowhand Jett Rink, was just coming to a close when Dean, driving his Porsche Spyder, collided with another car in Cholame, California. He had received a speeding ticket just two hours before. His very brief career, violent death and highly publicized funeral transformed him into a cult object of apparently timeless fascination.

It is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for the past 40 years!

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JAMES DEAN Original MATTEL Timeless Treasures DOLL Figure Barbie
Item #BMM0000614