This is my favorite “Star Wars” toy in my collection. Although it is a bit dusty, it has barely been played with, and so the limbs are stiff and the telescoping light saber is in great condition and easily remains in place when it is in the retracted position. My father went through a lot of trouble to find me this toy back in the late 70s.
Darth Vader (1977, telescoping light saber)
This is a cap gun cannon I got back in the 1980s. It has the word “Victory” on both sides of the frame, as well as “Hong Kong” on one side of the frame. This piece is made of metal, and the barrel tips up so a cap can be loaded in the center of the frame.
Victory cannon cap gun, 1980s, Hong Kong
This figure is part of the Blu-ray, complete series package. All of the joints are moveable, allowing for a wide variety of positions. It has “battle damage” consisting of bullet holes and dents.
Cylon robot with “battle damage”
Princess Leia has cloth clothing and synthetic hair. You can actually lift up her skirt to get some action from this action figure. Wicket has a hood to cover his head, but not a stitch for his genitals. What a culture!
Leia and Wicket, 1997, Hasbro, Kenner
Leia looks like a pre-surgery Joan Rivers. This R2-D2 figure has a third leg, just like in the movies. Big deal, I have a third leg, too.
Princess Leia with cloth clothing and R2-D2.
These figures are from the medal ceremony scene of “Star Wars IV: A New Hope.” Doesn’t Luke look like a meathead?
Leia and Luke, cloth clothing, 1997, Kenner, Hasbro
This is probably the only collection (there are 4 in the set) of action figures back in the 1990s that used cloth as part of the figures’ clothing. This one is from a scene from “The Empire Strikes Back,” the best Star Wars movie; screenplay not written by George Lucas. Coincidence? I think not.
From the Princess Leia Collection, 1997, Hasbro, Kenner