|Piece||Elsie the Cow|
|Condition||C - 10|
|Description||3.5" hard plastic|
In 1940, Elsie was invited back to the World's Fair, but she also had a Hollywood movie contract to fulfill (starring in the RKO film "Little Men"), so Borden became a bovine matchmaker and found Elsie a husband. Elmer took her place at the World's Fair while Elsie made her mark in tinsel town. A few years later, the world's leading dairy couple had a baby calf. They named him Beauregard after a national contest suggested more than a million different baby names. Elmer took a permanent job with Elmer's glue to support the family, and shortly thereafter twin calves Larabee and Lobelia were born. While Elsie rarely makes TV appearances anymore, she is still the center of attention at Borden, where she appears in the center of the famous Elsie Daisy logo.
Here, Elsie is a petite plastic figure with a long tail. She's bendable and poseable.