In her final death throws, before Little Miss No-Name was cast back into the pits of Hell from were she came, they tried offering her in a promotion with a brand of Instant Hot Chocolate. Just what every child needed when they settled down to bed with a hot streaming mug of chocolate before bed.
From the darkest recesses of the minds of toy makers Hasbro came this doll in 1965. Little Miss No-Name, the doll with "the" tear. Cynically designed to tug at the heart-strings of little girls, this doll dressed in a ragged burlap sack instead became a creepy icon of terrible toys. We were meant to pity her, like the famous painting of the Crying Boy it had the opposite effect. Instead many kids feared her, and what she may do to them at night.
Her enormous unblinking eyes that sucked at your very soul. That pinched mealy little mouth, the single permanent tear glistening on her cheek. She was Little Miss No-Name, because she was the embodiment of the malevolent evil that should no be named! Ever! Hasbro discontinued the manufacturing of the doll after only one year of production.