"WHOA!!! I feel good."
Shortly after eBay (1995) and long before YouTube in 2005, we sold our first animatronic doll. The James Brown Big Head hit our virtual shelves at the same time he was featured on the MTV hit, The Osbournes (2002). Ozzy made positive comments, and we sold out within hours.
Gemmy released more Big Heads including Dean Martin, Hank Williams, and Bing Crosby Crooning Santa which we stocked, and we were so busy filling orders that we never had time to make any videos. We're busy nowadays, too, but there are videos in the works.
By 2007 we had carried over 16,000 different toys and collectibles from Sideshow Toy, Melissa and Doug, Folkmanis, NECA, Madame Alexander, Steiff, and more. We had over 4,000 unique skus in stock.
Late 2007 our focus shifted to children's toys. It was a good move: Business grew despite the recession.
Later we licensed Monty Python and Mr. Bean limited edition collectibles. Our first was The Ministry of Silly Walks watch released in July of 2009. Our first fully-licensed item, The Monty Python Ministry of Silly Walks Pocket Watch clock was an outstanding success and is now highly collectible.
Currently, DollTV® is working around the clock with artists and manufacturers around the world to bring you fun games.
Electoral College Combat®, BS Button Game®, and BS Button Game® Expansion Pack are all available and ship free on Amazon. We hope you enjoy them.
Tune in to our first video.