Prune Face Unpainted Hardcopy
As virtually every Star Wars collector knows, Prune Face was the greatest, most exciting character in the entire space-fantasy saga. Not only was he a hero and a poet, his high fiber content meant that he was essential to the digestive regularity of the entire rebellion. He also had an eye patch. Top that, I dare you.

Here you see a hardcopy prototype of this great figure. It's made of Dynacast, a green casting material typically used by Kenner during the '80s. Unfortunately, the figure is missing it's right arm. I've got an extra left arm on it to compensate for the absent part.

Here's the back. Note that the hardcopy is slightly larger than its production counterpart. This is due to the shrinkage that is inherent in the process of injection-molding plastic. Laugh if you must, but any figure that looks like Telly Savalas after he's soaked his head in a bathtub for an hour is great in my book.

Description by: Ron Salvatore
Photo: Ron Salvatore
From the collection of: Ron Salvatore
Country:United States
Film:Return of the Jedi
Category:Prototypes / Action Figure Related


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