PADMÉ AMIDALA (PEASANT DISGUISE) Padmé Amidala Attack Of The Clones
The VC33 Padmé Amidala (Peasant Disguise) action figure from the fourth wave in The Vintage Collection is the very first figure produced of the young senator in this costume, and Hasbro left nothing to be desired.

The fourth wave of action figures in The Vintage Collection focused on the characters and costumes featured in Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones. The assortment which also included the all new VC29 Kit Fisto, the all new definitive VC30 Zam Wesell, the repacked VC31 Obi-Wan Kenobi, the much-needed updated VC32 Anakin Skywalker (Peasant Disguise), the slightly retooled definitive VC34 Jango Fett, the retooled VC35 Mace Windu, the kit-bashed VC36 Senate Guard and the repainted VC37 Super Battle Droid was the first to be released without a special send away offer form or sticker. Of all the figures in this wave, only the VC31 Obi-Wan and VC34 Jango figures were repacked in future assortments, and as such only these two figures can be found with send away offers.
   
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North American Tri-Logo Product Packaging
  
Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Year: 2011
Original Retail: $7.99
Assortment Number: 24992/97568
Placement Number: VC33
UPC Number: 6 53569 54588 0
What's In The Box?
  • Padmé Amidala Figure
  • Headdress
  • Veiled Headdress
  • Naboo Royal Blaster
U.S. Card Variations
  • Hasbro only released this figure on one U.S. card back. There are no known variations.
North American Tri-Logo Card Variations
  • Hasbro only released this figure on one North American Trilogo card back. There are no known variations.

Photography & Text by D. Martin Myatt

Additional Photography by Suzan Lund

U.S. Card Variations Catalogued by Vince Zannelli

Canadian Card Variations Catalogued by Scott McDonald

Page Built by Adam Lamping

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