Those Characters From Cleveland: Female Franchises

In the '80s, many popular children's character franchises were part of Those Characters From Cleveland. This quiz focuses on their four most popular girl-oriented character brands from the late '70s through the early '90s: Strawberry Shortcake, Holly Hobbie, Peppermint Rose, and Lady Lovely Locks.

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Those Characters From Cleveland was the toy design and licensing division of which major greeting card company?

American Greetings
Hallmark
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Peppermint Rose and her friends first appeared on TV in a half-hour special in what year?

1983
1986
1990
1993
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Which of the following is NOT a character in the Peppermint Rose universe?

Cheery Chocolate Callie
Lemon Drop Lily
Merry Mint Violet
Miss Vanilla Daisy
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In the world of Peppermint Rose, what are Candy Blossoms?

Candy-scented flowers
Large rabbit-like creatures
Magical lollipops that blossom like flowers
Small chinchilla-like creatures
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In the world of Peppermint Rose, what is a Petalpuff?

Flower that sprays perfume
Flower-shaped hairstyle
Half-dragon, half-elephant creature
Half-rabbit, half-flower creature
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The world met Lady Lovely Locks in what year?

1980
1983
1987
1990
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What is the significance of the brightly colored streaks in Lady Lovely Locks' otherwise blonde hair?

Denote times she has saved kingdom
Record her age
Symbolize her royalty
Rainbow, when it's not in the sky
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Which of the following is NOT a villain in the Lady Lovely Locks universe?

Comb Gnome
Duchess RavenWaves
HairBall
TangleKnot
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Which character in the Lady Lovely Locks franchise has been cursed to spend most of his/her time as an animal?

Lady Lovely Locks
Maiden FairHair
Maiden CurlyCrown
Prince StrongHeart
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In the world of Lady Lovely Locks, what are Pixietails?

Fairies
The maidens' magical tails
Ropes of magical candy
Squirrel-like animals
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Which celebrity endorsed a Golden Book explaining the back story of Lady Lovely Locks?

Annette Funicello
Farrah Fawcett
Jennifer Aniston
Madonna
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Who was the author of the young adult Holly Hobbie novel, The Adventures of Holly Hobbie, published in 1980?

Ann M. Martin
Carolyn Keene
Denise Ulinskas
Richard Dubelman
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The prototype Holly Hobbie rag doll was handmade at home by which American Greetings employee?

Bob Childers,
humorous concept artist and designer
Denise Ulinskas,
creator of the Holly Hobbie character
Rex Connors,
art director of the Humorous Planning department
Tom Wilson,
Creative Vice President
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Which of the popular title characters is the oldest?

Holly Hobbie
Lady Lovely Locks
Peppermint Rose
Strawberry Shortcake
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Which title character is based on a real person?

Holly Hobbie
Lady Lovely Locks
Peppermint Rose
Strawberry Shortcake
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Prolific voice actress Russi Taylor, best known as the voice of Minnie Mouse for more than 25 years, was the original TV voice of which title character?

Holly Hobbie
Lady Lovely Locks
Peppermint Rose
Strawberry Shortcake
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Which revived franchise features the theme song "Twinkle in Her Eye" sung by LeAnn Rimes?

Holly Hobbie
Lady Lovely Locks
Peppermint Rose
Strawberry Shortcake
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The Strawberry Shortcake character debuted in what year?

1975
1980
1985
1990
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Strawberry Shortcake's pet, Custard, is what type of animal?

Bunny rabbit
Calico cat
Miniature horse
Fluffy dog
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What character narrated The World of Strawberry Shortcake, the first of the Strawberry Shortcake TV specials?

Custard
Mr. Sun
Strawberry Shortcake
The villain
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In the TV specials of the '80s, who is Strawberry Shortcake's nemesis?

Captain Cackle
The Muffin Man
The Peculiar Purple Pieman
Sour Grapes
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The music for the very first Strawberry Shortcake TV special was written and performed by the vocalists of which band?

Captain & Tennille
The Lovin' Spoonful
The Turtles
Wham!
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Which of Strawberry Shortcake's friends was a different gender as a doll than when originally introduced in the franchise?

Blueberry Muffin
Huckleberry Pie
Lemon Meringue
Plum Puddin'
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Diminutive, a.k.a. Brother Diminutive or Dimmy, was what type of character in which franchise?

Strawberry's little brother in the
Strawberry Shortcake franchise
Miniature villain in the
Lady Lovely Locks franchise
Monk and family friend in the
Holly Hobbie franchise
Wizard in the
Peppermint Rose franchise