CARBON FREEZE ME Disney Carbon Freeze Me Chris Wyman In Carbonite (Don't worry. He's alive... and in perfect hibernation)
Relive the classic scene from Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back where Captain Solo is frozen in carbonite with the Carbon Freeze Me experience. Carbon-freezing has been used throughout the Star Wars universe from shipping cargo across the galaxy to tricking life scanners to capturing prisoners. Created especially for Disney Parks, this three-dimensional, 8-inch figurine features your likeness cast in a replica block of carbonite. Make this figurine your favorite wall decoration, just like the gangster Jabba the Hutt. May the Force be with you!
 
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Manufacturer: Disney
Year: 2012
Original Retail: $99.95
Edition Size: Made to order
Included in the box:
  • Carbon Freeze Me Custom Figurine
Points of Interest:
  • This item was first available during the 2012 Star Wars Weekends at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando, FL by reservation only. Just two months later, Disney brought their Carbon Freeze Me chamber to Star Wars Celebration VI and offered attendees the chance to be frozen in carbonite during the four day convention
  • The carbonite block comes encased in a custom star case
  • The top and bottom of the box do not stay closed, so careful handling is a must to ensure that the block doesn’t slide out of the box
  • There is a hole in the back of the block for wall mounting
  • The block itself weighs 11.4 ounces and stands 7 and ¾ inches tall
  • Each carbonite figurine was $99.95 (plus shipping). You could order additional figurines using the same image scan for $74.95 each

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