My Hearts Song

Credit: Ashton-Drake

My Heart's Song
shows Gene Marshall in the film of the same name.

Info Edit

SKU: 38230

Released: 2001

Circa: 1948

Designer: Bob Lange

Company: Ashton-Drake

Price: 89.95


Gene doll with deep red hair. Styled with bangs in front, ??? in back. Red lips, grey eyeshadow.


Black and white patterned halter dress, turquoise bolero jacket.


Black and white hat, black gloves, black handbag, hosiery.


Black open toed strap heels.


Black & blue beaded earrings & bracelet.


In "My Heart's Song," Gene plays a receptionist in a music publishing house who discovers a song that sets the nation singing. A black and white halter dress with a turquoise jacket. The dress is of striped georgette with an exposed back; the jacket of gabardine.

Story Card Edit

- Her name was Katie Marshall. It was only after she was discovered by a famous Hollywood director that she adopted her beloved grandfather's name, Gene - because he had always urged her to follow her dream to Hollywood stardom. Deeply inspired by Hollywood's greatest movie star, Katie refined her natural abilities with after school lessons in acting, dance and music, and by performing in local community theatre. She quicky won the hearts and admiration of everyone who saw those early performances ... for even then, Gene was surely destined for stardom. Still pursuing her dream, she made her way to New York City, becoming an usherette at a fashionable movie theatre frequented by celebrities. On a night that chenged her life forever, Gene led a tall, distinguished man to his seat in the darkened theatre. Her flashlight fleetingly revealed her lovely face to him. Astonished at her beauty and poise, the noted movie director declared her his latest discovery, whisked her to Holliwood, and helped polish Gene's shining star.

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