Princess Leia in Boussh Disguise Pre-Production Series
The Princess Leia in Boussh Disguise action figures shown above combine to form a nice, comprehensive pre-production series spanning both the vintage and modern eras.

The above photo shows a front view of the painted hardcopy, .

This composite photo again shows the painted hardcopy from the front and rear. Notice the paint wear on the foot bottom clearly reveals the green urethane, dynacast, in which this hardcopy is cast.

This image shows a close-up of one of four similar unpainted first shots, featured in the series.

In addition to being unpainted, this Princess Leia in Boussh Disguise has not undergone the sonic welding process leaving the torso as two seperate halves. The seperation allows the limbs to be removed from the torso. The torso is an unpainted Lili Ledy piece and the limbs and head are added Kenner pieces.

This photo shows a handpainted Princess Leia in Boussh Disguise. Even the helmet, which is cast in gray, exhibits handpainting.

The final image shows yet another piece from Rasmus's series which isn't seen in the series photo. It's a bagged Quality Control sign-off sample.

Another complimentary piece to this series now resides in Rasmus's collection, a Play-Doh silicone mold, which may be viewed here.

Description by: Michael G. Mensinger
Photo: Rasmus Hult
From the collection of: Rasmus Hult
Country:United States
Film:Return of the Jedi
Category:Prototypes / Action Figure Related


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