PRINCESS LEIA ORGANA

Source: (A New Hope)

Year: 1995

Collection: 1

Retail: $4.99

Assortment: Basic Figures

Assortment Number: 69570/69579

UPC Number: 7628169579

Packaging Variations:

  • .00 Red (Three Ring Belt)
  • .00 Red Card (Two Ring Belt)
  • .00 Red (holo)
  • .01 Green (picture)
  • .01 Green (holo) (Two-Ring belt)
  • .01 Green (Three Ring Belt)


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Laser Pistol
  • Assault Rifle
  • Cape
  • Skirt
  • Height: 1.5 meters
    Status: Princess of Alderaan, Imperial Senator, Cell Leader of Rebel Alliance
    Classification: Human
    Affiliation: Rebel Alliance
    Weapon of Choice: Blaster

    Comments: After many unsuccessful attempts to bring change to the Empire as a senator, Princess Leia Organa became involved in the Rebel Alliance and immediately established herself as one of its most popular and influential leaders. Although it was extremely dangerous for someone of her prominence. Leia often participated in secret missions for the rebellion. It was during one such mission to recruit General Obi-Wan Kenobi that she obtained the technical readouts for the Empire's new Death Star battle station. Moments before being captured by Darth Vader, Leia hid the plans in the droid R2-D2, who then escaped to the planet Tatooine to find Kenobi.

    While being held on the Death Star, Leia was tortures by Vader yet refused to yield any Rebel secrets. She was then forced to watch the destruction of her homeworld Alderaan by the ruthless Grand Moff Tarkin. After a daring rescue by Luke Skywalker and Han Solo, she helped lead the Rebel forces on Yavin to victory by destroying the menacing Battle Station.

    Point of Interest: The belt on Princess Leia's skirt was molded in both 2-rings and 3-rings.



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