Name Regine Cesaire
Stock # (US) 14053
Package contents listing Content: 12 inch (30.5 cm) Articulated fashion doll, outfit, accessories, shoes and doll stand.
Comments/Trivia
  • Licensed by Hasbro and produced by Integrity Toys. 
  • Along with "Danse" Dvorak, "Video" MontgomeryClash Montgomery, was announced for sale mid May, 2014. Shipped mid June.
  • Limited edition of 500 dolls
  • Hasbro only had made it to prototyping for this doll; she was never produced in the 1980's. This is the first time this character had been produced!

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12 inch (30.5 cm) Articulated fashion doll: Warm brown ("Light Honey" skintone, in Integrity terms) complexion; uses the Janay 3.0 face mold. Dated 2011 on back of head.
  • Uses the Janay 3.0 head mold, which explains the earlier date marked on her head. She is the first Jem doll that used an existing Integrity mold (though I confess, I don't know which dolls used it previously) rather than having one specifically made for the Jem line.
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. Photo of her back.
  • Integrity's Color Infusion line also uses this body type.
  • Her fingernails and toenails have plum polish.
These are the hands she was packaged with. 
The second pair are in different positions. They came in her box in a little baggie in a tray behind the pink cardboard "door" with her name on it beside her in her box.
outfit Made up of pieces itemized below. 
Pink mini dress with a peplum made of black material with white polka dots; the front has a black and white corseted panel; shoulders are decorated with double layered, short jagged sleeves. Fastens in back with hook and eye closures.
Tights: sheer white (with a slight yellowish tinge) tights with black printed polka dots, elasticized waist.
Gauntlets: thin white cotton with small black polka dots.
Hairbow: pink bow with a layer of black polka dot net on an elastic band. It is secured in place with a straight pin.
accessories Made up of pieces itemized below. These were placed in a clear plastic tray concealed behind the pink cardboard name door/wall that she is displayed beside in the box, not visible until the package is opened completely. 
Portfolio: aqua leatherette with real working zippers & hinged handle. Front is screened with white, black and pink lettering and designs. Inside there is a criss cross of white elastic and a small pocket to hold her designs. The back is blank. It came in a plastic bag, taped to the back of her accessories tray.

  • Graphix comes with a portfolio of the same design in red patent leather. Compare.
Earrings:
Fashion design sketch (unknown)
Fashion design sketch (Minx)

shoes: Pale aqua scallop edged pumps with white insoles, black 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 (nearly double the size of the single-doll boxes) with some printing on the bottom reading ITEM NO.: 14053/DESC.:Regine CesaireTM/Adult Collectable Doll/The JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMSTM Collection. The dolls' box was wrapped in clear cellophane bag. 
Box with sleeve: as it came out of the shipper & clear bag.

Box: Came in a thick cardboard diagonal edged box, sort of a satin finish (not shiny, not matte). It is black with a silver foil shooting star with the name of the doll inside printed in it. The record has embossed grooves on it! These boxes look the same except for the name inside the star.
The back is comprised mostly of a black background and a repetition of the pink music notes/stars/confetti design in pink.
Sleeve: Glossy thin card stock, die cut edges on top.
The box cover lifted off to reveal the doll inside - she is tied in with white ribbons and has a hair net to hold her hair in place. The knees are protected/held in place with clear vinyl. To the left of the doll is a thin cardboard "door" with the doll's name on it, which opens to reveal the accessory tray. Some parts are in plastic baggies or attached to a pink piece of cardboard. The stand base is behind her calves in a separate compartment. Behind the inner tray that holds both the doll and "locker" part is where the COA and instructions can be found. 
The inside of the top cover is black and has has a bright Jem 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 hot pink. 

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.
Non-Instrument Instructions: Demonstrate how to put the stand together, hand removal and hair styling tips. It came folded and wrapped in a cellophane baggie with the COA underneath the inner box. So far has come with

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Source Differences (if any)
Hasbro PrototypeThe 1988 Hasbro Pre Toy Fair catalogue (shown left) features the prototype photo of a Regine doll that was never produced. The concept for the doll came first, but I'm not sure at which point in the production of Regine that the cartoon design was drawn from, so it's difficult to say with confidence what Integrity took solely from the cartoon and what they took from the Hasbro's archives. As the portfolio was never shown on the cartoon; at least this particular design, we can safely say that Hasbro was the source for that. As well, the larger polka dots on the tights of the Hasbro doll are another similarity that the IT doll has, that is not on the cartoon. The hairbow has the same pink and black polka dot theme, but the Hasbro version looks much more like the Video hairbow than the IT or cartoon version. The IT version, and the cartoon's hair also looks somewhat shorter than the Hasbro doll's, which looks more along the lines of Rock 'N Curl Jem's style. Integrity nixed the checkerboard panel in the front in favour of a more cartoon-based corset lacing in the front. The last difference I can see is the puffy shoulder area; on the Hasbro doll it appears to have three layers, none of which are black. On the cartoon and IT doll, the top layer remains blue but the under layer is black with white polka dots. The Hasbro doll has a line or orange eyeshadow above the plum toned eye makeup that neither the cartoon nor the Integrity doll have. 
CartoonIntegrity opted for larger polka dots for the tights, compared to the cartoon. The hairbow is similar but there are no dots on the cartoon's bow. The eye make up on cartoon Regine is vibrant but is limited to her lower and upper lids - quite understated for a Jem doll! On the Integrity doll, the entire eyelid from lashes to brows is in shades of purple. Integrity kept the cartoon-based corset lacing in the front of the dress, and the puffy shoulder area has an under layer which is black with white polka dots. The portfolio Regine comes with isn't shown on cartoon, but the drawings inside are taken straight from Regine's Royal Flash presentation on the cartoon.

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