Posted by AnthonyP on November 15, 2012 at 06:41 PM CST
Max Rebo Mini Bust - $75
License: Star Wars
Item Number: 80206
UPC: 8-71810-00971-8
Dimensions: 5x 6 x 4
Release Date: Q2 2013

Leader of the legendary (and eponymous) Max Rebo band, this Ortolan musician was born Siiruulian Phantele. After working as a musician in a flanth house for years, young Siiruulian was finally given his big break by an ambitious talent agent. Joined by Sy Snootles and Droopy McCool, the Max Rebo Band was born! Little did they know that their first contract would include lifelong indentured service to the nefarious gangster, Jabba the Hutt. Oops. Only when Jabba was killed by Princess Leia Organa were the members of the band free to tour the galaxy again.

Now you can confine the band to your own palace as well! The Max Rebo Mini Bust features the famous musician seated in his signature Red Ball Organ. Digitally sculpted and hand painted, this limited edition mini bust comes individually numbered with a matching certificate of authenticity.

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