Posted by Dustin on July 21, 2012 at 05:15 PM CST
Some of the most obscure and scarce Star Wars collectibles ever produced are the items offered to the crew and cast of the Star Wars films. Duncan Jenkins and Gus Lopez take the reader on a tour of crew memorabilia from all of the Star Wars films and productions, from Star Wars: A New Hope to Revenge of the Sith, along with crew memorabilia from Blue Harvest, the Droids and Ewoks cartoons, the Ewok movies, Star Tours, Lucasfilm, Skywalker Ranch, Industrial Light and Magic, and Clone Wars. These extremely limited T-shirts, jackets, coasters, patches, caps, stationery, greeting cards, and invitations are covered in depth. Each chapter is organized by film/production in a snazzy design by Mattias Rendahl offering extensive photographs and information.



Gus and Duncan's Guide to Star Wars Cast & Crew Items has 252 full-color pages, is $39.99, and will be available in their online store, and on Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.es, Amazon.de, Amazon.it, and Amazon.fr. They will be selling and signing copies at the Completist Publications booth at Star Wars Celebration VI in Orlando, Florida on August 23-26.

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