Posted by Maureen on December 19, 2002 at 12:00 AM CST
Back in the seventies, a young fan could immerse themselves in the Star Wars universe 24 hours a day. Playing with toys, studying with Star Wars school supplies, eating from Star Wars dishes, and even sleeping in Star Wars bedding. And if they were invited to a sleepover, what better way to show their fandom than by sleeping in a Star Wars sleeping bag?

There were about a dozen designs of slumber bags made in the vintage era in both the US and abroad. From the first Star Wars, to Empire and Jedi, a kid had many character schemes to choose from.


VINTAGE STAR WARS SLEEPING BAG-1978



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2017 International Toy Fair
NEW IN THE PHOTO ARCHIVE:
Probe
Droid
Poll
Obviously you've seen Rogue One at least, what, four times? Our reprogrammed Imperial Probe Droid is tasked to find out whether you are satisfied with the action figures Hasbro has release supporting the first stand alone Star Wars feature film.
Yes! I'm happy with what's release!
I want more!
I want waaaaay more!
More five points of articulation or nothing!
I'm more about Episode VIII than anything else right now...
Let's move onto 40th anniversary 6-inch classic Kenner figures, because you know, that's way cooler than anything else.
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