CANTINA AT MOS EISLEY
3-D Display Diorama

Source: (A New Hope)

Year: 1998

Retail: $18.99

Jedi Master Points: 10 Points

Assortment: 3-D Display Dioramas

Assortment Number: 84040/84063

UPC Number: 7628184063

Packaging Variations:

  • 26" Wide description
  • 25" Sticker correction
  • 25" Wide descripted


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Rifle
  • Unique Sandtrooper
  • Patrol Droid
  • Comments: Their remote location makes the spaceports of Tatooine havens for the varied masses from across the galaxy. At the seedy Mos Eisley spaceport, this variety is more than evident at the main hangout, Chalmun's Cantina. The most loathsome of Mos Eisley's population can regularly be found there, including imperial sandtroopers, who are deployed by the Empire to quell outbursts with brutal efficiency. In the days before the Galactic Empire, the spaceport of Mos Espa hosted a similar reputation as a "wretched hive of scum and villainy." From the outdoor markets to the junk shops - overseen by the gambling crimelords, the Hutts - Mos Espa was a place where a nine-year old boy could learn the ways of the universe.

    Points of Interest:
  • The Cantina was originally offered as a mail-away exclusive through the Fan Club.

  • This was the first toy to inlude Jedi Master Points.

  • The patrol droid is officially known as an IM4-009 "Face Droid."

  • The white pauldron signifies this trooper's rank as a sergeant in the Imperial army.

  • According to Expanded Universe sources, this figure is actually the character Davin Felth, who spoke the line "Look sir, droids!" in the film.

  • Other Sandtrooper figures were released with the Dewback with Sandtrooper beast pack and as a carded figure.


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