LANDO CALRISSIAN

Source:
  (The Empire Strikes Back)


Date Stamp: 1980

Carded Availability:
  The Empire Strikes Back
  Return of the Jedi

Assortment No. : 39800

Retail: $2.49

Weapons and Accessories: 

  • Bespin Blaster
  • Vinyl Cape


  • Point of Interest: 
      This figure fist appeared on The Empire Strikes Back 31 back card.

    Comments: Lando Calrissian sure has one heck of a great reputation for being a ladyís man, but when you really think about it, poor L Silky was getting less action than a Tatooine farm boy. One canít blame him for his restraint however, living in a world were the only girl around was already in a loverís triangle involving his best friend and her twin brother. And you can forget about Sy Snootles and EV-9D9 (yup, 100% all girlÖ robot), because our man from the Bespin System wasnít into that Captain Kirk scene in any way, shape, or form; no pun intended.

    Major Variations: Though all vintage figures have minor variations, the Lando Calrissian figure did have one major variation in its spray ops. Some figures have the teeth and eyes painted white while others do not. The latter is not a production error, but it can be found on all three card fronts. Neither version is more rare than the other.



    Text & Photography by D. Martin Myatt.


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