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Star Wars 3.75" Vintage Collection Action Figure - 35 Figures To Choose 3/7/21 5 out of 5 stars (33) 33 product ratings - Star Wars 3.75" Vintage Collection Action Figure - 35 Figures To Choose 3/7/21
Vintage Star Wars Pack-In Figures. Following figures were packed-in with playsets. The Droid Factory playset from 1979 was the very first build-a-droid set ever released. Hasbro and Disney turned to this very same concept many years later, predominently during the 2008 The Legacy Collection and the 2012 Disney Park exclusive Build-A-Droid ...
Celebrate the legacy of Star Wars, the action-and-adventure-packed space saga from a galaxy far, far away, with premium 3.75-inch scale figures and vehicles from Star Wars The Vintage Collection. Figures feature premium detail and design across product and packaging inspired by the original line, as well as the movie-i

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Vintage Star Wars Action Figures. Back in 1977, twelve characters were immortalized by Kenner as the first Star Wars action figures ever. Needless to say, their popularity was off the charts, and Kenner had a hit on their hands until well into the mid-80s.