Electronic
IMPERIAL AT-AT WALKER

Source:
(The Empire Strikes Back)


Year: 1997

Retail: $79.99

Assortment: Vehicles

Assortment Number: 69733

UPC Number: 7628169733

Packaging Variations:

  • .00 Sticker of figures' legs
  • .00 No sticker


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Exclusive AT-AT Driver
  • Exclusive AT-AT Commander
  • Opening Cockpit
  • Light-Up Laser Cannons
  • Rotating Missile Launchers
  • Articulated Legs
  • Harpoon Gun and Bomb
  • Light-Up Control Panel
  • Instruction Sheet
  • Sticker Sheet
  • Model: Imperial All Terrain Armored Transport Walker
    Affiliation: Galactic Empire
    Crew: 3
    Height: 15.5 Meters
    Length: 20.6 Meters
    Weapons: 2 Heavy Laser Cannons, 2 Fire-linked Medium Blasters

    Comments: Command console activates 7 different movie sounds, "holographic" image of Darth Vader, and image of power generator target.

    Points of Interest:
  • This version of the AT-AT is based on the vintage vehicle, with more detailed weathering, and added sound effects.
  • Another AT-AT Driver, completing the crew, was also available in a slightly different and shorter pose.
  • The AT-AT Commander is officially known as General Maximillian Veers, although the character is not really quite so tall.
  • 7 Different Movie Sounds:
    1. AT-AT Walking Sound
    2. Laser Cannons
    3. Snowspeeder Crush
    4. "Yes Lord Vader, I reached the main power generators. The shield will be down in moments. You may start your landing."
    5. "More troops will debark for ground assault.
    6. "Distance to power generators?" "1-7-decimal-2-8"
    7. "Target Maximum Firepower" (followed by blast and explosion sounds)


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