Posted by D_Martin on March 2, 2014 at 11:56 PM CST
We all, every one of us, have a favorite Star Wars feature film moment. For me personally, that moment is the stop motion Luke on Tauntaun scene at the beginning of The Empire Strikes Back. It has been my life-long hope that one of the companies producing Star Wars collectibles would represent this iconic scene with a reproduction of the actual puppet used. Judging by this auction, I'm not the only one that absolutely loved that scene.
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