Height: 8 inches
Weight: .35 pounds
Costume: fully poseable, dress-able figure with 14 points of articulation and highly detailed fabric far out 70's fashion.
Accessory:1970's fashion mini skirt, shoes and football

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The oldest sister of the Brady clan, Marcia is portrayed as a beautiful, mature, and popular girl at Westdale High School, although her younger sister Jan deems Marcia's popularity is an ongoing source of contempt. Just before Marcia's highly anticipated date with a super hot guy, she becomes the victim of a misguided football! Will he be horrified by Marcia's injury and imperfect schnoz, or will she continue to be Marcia, Marcia, Marcia and get all the praise, attention and of course hot dates?!? Very collectible, her packaging has a holographic, limited edition, numbered seal!

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A 70's classic re imagined for 2018/19

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Marcia Brady – née Marcia Martin, later Marcia Brady-Logan , portrayed by Maureen McCormick in the original TV show, The Brady Girls Get Married, The Brady Brides and A Very Brady Christmas, Leah Ayres in The Bradys, Christine Taylor in theatrical films and Autumn Reeser in the TV movie, is the oldest Brady daughter. Marcia is portrayed as a beautiful, mature, and popular girl at Westdale High School and acts as Greg’s second-in-command for the other children. Her popularity is an ongoing source of contempt for her younger sister Jan. She is a great fan of TV-star idols Desi Arnaz Jr. and Davy Jones (both actors, portraying themselves, appeared in their own episode). Despite Marcia’s reputation, she has her share of problems, such as unrequited crushes, insecurity over having braces, and insecurity over receiving a swollen nose from a stray football thrown by Peter and thereby acquiring the catchphrase “Oh, my nose!” She has a fragile ego that sometimes goes amok, as shown in “Juliet is the Sun,” when after being cast in the lead female role in her school’s production of Romeo and Juliet she becomes so hard to get along with that she is dismissed from the role.



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