Kenner Spec Sheet - Action Figure Case
Nothing out of the ordinary here, but this exact photo was used on the 1979 Kenner in-pack catalog. This case was wildly popular with kids as the collection grew from 12 to 21 figures. Luckily this case held 24 figures allowing kids to store a both versions of Snaggletooth with 2 slots left over for essentials like a spare Stormtrooper or the extra free Boba Fett most of us invariably sent off for.

This Kenner product sheet is part of a 3-ring notebook containing early photography and descriptions of roughly 30 Star Wars toys. Each sheet has the same format with typed information about the product and a pasted-on glossy photo. Most photos are representations of the toys but they often differed from their released counterparts which makes it quite unique to look at. These were generally mock-ups of sorts created because the toys weren't ready in time for photography and early marketing. This book came from an ex-Kenner model maker who was dilligently tracked down by a collector. Many thanks go out to that collector for helping turn up a piece of history like this. Description: Chris Georgoulias

Description by: Chris Georgoulias
Photo: Chris Georgoulias
From the collection of: Chris Georgoulias
Country:United States
Film:A New Hope
Category:Prototypes / Product Concepts


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