Name Clash Montgomery
Stock # (US) #14049
Package contents listing Content: 12 inch (30.5 cm) Articulated fashion doll, outfit, accessories, shoes and doll stand.
  • Licensed by Hasbro and produced by Integrity Toys. 
  • Along with "Danse" Dvorak, "Video" Montgomery & Regine Cesaire, was announced for sale mid May, 2014. Shipped mid June.
  • She had the highest edition number of this wave, numbering 750 dolls
  • Her suggested retail price was slightly more, likely due to the extra head feature.

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12 inch (30.5 cm) Articulated fashion dollpale Caucasian ("Japan" skin tone, in Integrity terms) complexion, orange and teal hair with a rat tail that is in a small elastic at the base of her neck. Blue eyes, hand applied black lashes, dark purple eyebrows, bright patchwork of eyeshadow. This was the head on the doll when packaged. All three heads use the same (Kimber Benton's) head mold. 
  • Clash first appeared with two tone red & blue hair on the cartoon. I'm not sure why Integrity went orange instead of red, but it's exciting to finally see her original design realized.
pale Caucasian ("Japan" skin tone, in Integrity terms) complexion, purple hair, similar eye make up to the orange and teal doll, raspberry lip colour. Hair is longer than the teal/orange head, still has a curly rat tail that is in a small elastic at the base of her neck. 
pale Caucasian ("Japan" skin tone, in Integrity terms) complexion, blonde hair with a fringe, curled ponytail. Violet eyes, hand applied dark blue lashes, pale brows with shades of turquoise eye make up, cool pink lips.
Clash has the "Quick Switch" feature, which allows her head to be interchangeable for 3 different looks. She has an articulated smooth vinyl body that can hold many poses. She comes with two pairs of hands. She is marked 2012 Integrity on her rear.
  • Integrity's Color Infusion line also uses this body type.
  • Her fingernails and toenails have raspberry polish.
  • her elbows are protected with plastic.
These are the hands she was packaged with. 
The second pair are in different positions. Came packed inside the drawer of her Rock Backstager-style box.
outfit Made up of pieces itemized below. 
mini dress: black micro sequined sheath dress with turtleneck. Lined in black satiny material. Closes in the back with hook and eye fasteners.
bolero jacket: lime green faux fur, trimmed with shiny dark blue lapels and cuffs. Lined with raspberry satin material. It is tack sewn to her dress to keep it in place during shipment.
Tights: pale pink opaque tights. Slightly sheer, stretchy with elasticized waist.
accessories Made up of pieces itemized below. 
blue belt: skinny faux leather metallic aqua belt.
fuchsia belt: skinny faux leather metallic fuchsia belt.
bracelet cymbals; gold tone metal, with tambourine style jingles.
earrings; gold tone metal hoops
Cool Trash magazine: glossy card stock

shoes: Black scallop edged faux patent leather pumps, black insoles and soles. 

doll stand Made up of pieces itemized below. 
stand base: black hollow plastic with the Jem logo printed on the top, licensing information on the underside. 

Stand pole: chromed plastic tube with an adjustable metal inner pole.
under arm doll holder: Attaches to the top of the stand pole.
saddle style holder: Attaches to the top of the stand pole.
Box, liner and inserts not noted in Integrity's box contents above. 
Shipper: A plain cardboard box with some printing on the bottom reading ITEM NO.: 14049/DESC.: Clash MontgomeryTM/The JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMSTM Collection. The doll box was wrapped in clear cellophane bag. 
Box with sleeve: as it came out of the shipper & clear bag. 
Box: Satin finish black box with a diagonal edge, purple music notes and confetti shape, "record" with Jem logo & embossed grooves. The boxes, other than the UPC code on the bottom are the same for Clash Montgomery, Jetta Burns, Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor, Roxanne "Roxy" Pelligrini & Mary “Stormer” Phillips.
The back is comprised mostly of a black background and a repetition of the purple music notes/stars/confetti design.

Sleeve: Die cut card stock with Misfits logo, silver guitar and name of the doll on upper left. (back)
The box cover lifted off to reveal the doll inside - she is tied in with white ribbons and has a clear acetate bonnet to hold her hair in place. The knees are protected/held in place with clear vinyl. To the left of the doll is a an open "closet" which strongly resembles parts from Hasbro's Rock Backstager playset. The cardboard drawer at the bottom opens up and inside are little baggies full of goodies. Beside her on the shelf are three baggies taped together holding her earrings, magazine and bracelet cymbals. The main compartment has two acetate bubbles with alternate heads inside. The heads are attached with a plastic bolt through the back of the head; the hair is in a net to help keep it neat. The stand base is behind her calves in a separate compartment. Behind the inner tray that holds both the doll and closet part is where the COA can be found. Taped to the back of the cardboard, is her stand pole in a baggie. 
The inside of the top cover is bright pink with a white Misfits logo & confetti/music notes design printed on the inside. The inner part of the back of the box is undecorated black. The doll display area is white with black tiger stripes; the "door" has 5 panels of white and pink animal stripes design with the Misfits logo in black. It is the same for all of the Misfits.

Certificate of Authenticity: postcard sized. There is no mention of the edition size. This COA has come with all of the dolls so far, except for: Hollywood Jem, The Holograms Stage Essentials, The Misfits Stage EssentialsWho is He Kissing Jem/Jerrica BentonGlitter 'n Gold RioGlitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton.
Clash Quick-Switch instructions: Demonstrate how to put the stand together, hand removal and head removal.

Other images of Clash Montgomery
Source Differences from produced doll (if any)
Hasbro dollHasbro Clash has long purple hair. The Integrity (purple headed) version has slightly shorter purple hair, but also has a rat tail; it is curly and the bangs are not quite as spiked. At least not in the package! The make up on the Hasbro doll is much paler and is generally speaking "flipped" from the way it is normally shown on the cartoon and on the IT doll. The IT doll doesn't have a distortion modulator or headphones. The IT doll has the bracelet cymbals that the character wore on the cartoon -the Hasbro doll only has pink zig-zag plastic bracelets. The jacket is fairly similar, as is the dress shape but the metallic threads running through the Hasbro version are gone and the shimmer is reproduced by microsequins instead. The Hasbro doll has much darker and sparklier tights and her shoes are pink. The belt on the IT doll looks much more like the first iteration of Clash - but the Hasbro belt looks somewhat more like the "New Clash" design. Hasbro Clash doll doesn't have earrings.
Illustrations: Cartoon (red/blue) I'm not sure why Integrity went with orange instead of red, but it's exciting to finally see her original hair design realized!  
Illustrations: Cartoon (purple)The eye make up on the purple version is flipped on the model sheet. I would guess this was a mistake that is later corrected, as she only appears with the "flipped" make up in a few scenes. The doll by Integrity has her make up with the orange triangle on her right cheek, which is the most common way she is seen on the cartoon. 
Illustrations: Cartoon (blonde)