Dolly is a character in Toy Story 3. She is a soft dress-up rag doll with purple hair, googly eyes, an orange dress with buttons sewn on, and gently blushing cheeks. She helps Woody get back to Sunnyside with the rest of Bonnie's toys. Dolly also comes with her own templates for creating and sewing different outfits. She is about 8.25 inches tall. She is a major character in Toy Story 3 and a supporting character in Toy Story 4.
When Dolly learns Woody's name, she asks if he's gonna "stick with that". She has shown to be sassy, and apparently the brains of of Bonnie's toys as she was the only one not dense enough to misread "Andy" when Woody holds his boot upside down.
She is voiced by Bonnie Hunt who voiced other pixar characters like Rosie and Sally Carerra.
Toy Story 3
Dolly is first seen being played with by Bonnie as "The Scary Witch". When Woody arrives at Bonnie's house, Dolly asks him his name, and when he gives it, asks him "are you going to stick with that?". Woody then shows her Andy's name on the bottom of his boot, and Dolly is the only one of Bonnie's toys to read it correctly.
In one of the scenes shown during the credits of the film, Dolly shows Bonnie's other toys and Andy's toys (who were donated to Bonnie by Andy before he left for college) pictures Bonnie has drawn of them, which notably makes Chuckles smile for the first time in a long time.
Toy Story 4
- In the video game adaptation of Toy Story 3, Dolly has an evil alter-ego, who is a witch.