EWOK PACK Ewok Pack Movie Heroes by Hasbro Movie Heroes
Sold in North America exclusively through Toys "R" Us, the Ewok Pack multi pack featured five Ewok figures (four of which have never been produced previously) and more than enough accessories to create a village! The set included a definitive version of Teebo, which has had two figures previously released in the 1984 Kenner Return Of The Jedi collection and again in the 2002 Power Of The Jedi collection, along with brand new figures based on Tippet, Flitchee, Nanta and, from the 1985 Ewoks cartoon, Kneesaa.
Kneesa
   
Flitchee
Nanta
Tippet
Teebo
   
Accessories
   
North American Product Packaging
 
Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Collection: Movie Heroes
Source: Return Of The Jedi
Year: 2012
Original Retail:
Item Number: A0791/A0790
What's In The Box?
  • Kneesaa Action Figure
  • Flitchee Action Figure
  • Nanta Action Figure
  • Tippet Action Figure
  • Teebo Action Figure
  • 9x Unique Ewok Cowls
  • 4x Unique Bandoliers
  • 1x Decorative Necklace
  • 3x Unique Knives
  • 1x BlasTech E-11 Blaster
  • 1x Mace
  • 2x Unique Spears
  • 2x Drum Sticks
About This Set
  • With the release of this set Hasbro was able to completely recreate the classic Kenner Ewok assortment with consistently sculpted modern era figures. Even though Teebo, along with Wicket and Logray, had figures released between 1998-2002, this set evolved off of the 2006 Saga Collection Chief Chirpa action figure.
  • Based on a character from the 1985 Ewoks cartoon and comic book series, the Kneesaa figure was originally intended to be in a two pack with the Wicket action figure released in the 2011 Vintage Collection.
  • Nanta was originally called Corpsey, representing the only Ewok we had to watch die in Episode VI.

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