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Nicholas A. Salerno Star Wars Collection 1976-2005 (bulk 1977-1987)

MSS-364


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Salerno, Nicholas A.
Title: Nicholas A. Salerno Star Wars Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1976-2005
Bulk Dates: 1977-1987
Quantity: 50 Boxes (55.25 Linear Feet)
Abstract:This collection houses Nicholas A. Salerno's collection of publicity materials and merchandising products for the Star Wars film series from 1976-2005. The bulk of the materials focuses on the original trilogy released from 1977-1983 beginning with Star Wars (1977), which is commonly subtitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope; Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980); and Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983). Included are press kits and promotional materials; journal, magazine and newspaper articles; still photographs; vinyl phonograph and magnetic tape audio recordings; digital, magnetic tape and film moving images; co-branded and licensed merchandising products; posters; and fabric textiles.
Identification: MSS-364
Language: Material in English
Repository: Arizona State University Library. Rare Books and Manuscripts
Arizona State University Library
P.O. Box 871006
Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
Phone: (480) 965-4932
E-Mail: archives@asu.edu
Questions? Ask An Archivist!

Biographical / Historical Note

History of the Star Wars Films

Star Wars is an American film epic composed of nine films organized in three trilogies. The "original trilogy" follows the story of Luke Skywalker and consists of Star Wars (Lucas, Director, 1977), which is commonly subtitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope; Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (Kershner, Director, 1980); and Star Wars Episode IV: Return of the Jedi (Marquand, Director, 1983). The second "prequel trilogy" follows the story of Luke's father, Anakin Skywalker, in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (Lucas, Director, 1999), Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (Lucas, Director, 2002), and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Lucas, Director, 2005). The third or "sequel trilogy" begins with Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens (Abrams, Director, 2015); the remaining two films have not been produced to date.

Writer, director, and producer George Lucas' (1944- ) earliest science-fiction film was a short titled, Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB (1967), which was written and directed while attending the University of Southern California. Lucas drafted a prologue for the Star Wars universe in 1973, called Journal of the Whills, which outlined the background history of the Star Wars story. In the preface to Star Wars Legends: Splinter of the Mind's Eye (1986), a science fiction novel written by Alan Dean Foster, Lucas said, "It wasn't long after I began writing Star Wars that I realized the story was more than a single film could hold. As the saga of the Skywalkers and Jedi Knights unfolded, I began to see it as a tale that could take at least nine films to tell—three trilogies—and I realized, in making my way through the back story and after story, that I was really setting out to write the middle story." The middle story became the original trilogy.

Lucas described Star Wars as an "epic space opera", introducing fans to spectacular computer-generated special effects and heroic, mythical space adventures. Star Wars opened in 1977 and introduced groundbreaking storytelling and filmmaking techniques, including placing credits at the end of the film, using robots as fully developed characters, and producing the first film trilogy. Star Wars is noted by film historians as the first "blockbuster" science-fiction film, along with Jaws (Spielberg, Director, 1977), which began the practice of opening a film on many screens across the country at the same time, as opposed to releasing the films in "blocks" on different dates.

The marketing and consumer product campaign of the inaugural 1977 film was broader and more pervasive than any previous film promotions, expanding the practice of merchandising tie-ins and film promotions. Many people can identify characters and creatures whose names were never spoken in the film because of the marketing and consumer products.

Star Wars (1977) received seven Academy Awards for Best Set Decoration, Best Costume Design, Best Sound, Best Film Editing, Best Visual Effects and Best Original Score. Benjamin Burtt Jr. won a Special Achievement Award for sound effects for creation of the alien, creature and robot voices. Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (Kershner, Director, 1980) won two Academy Awards for Best Sound and a Special Achievement Award presented to Brian Johnson, Richard Edlund, Dennis Muren, and Bruce Nicholson for visual effects. Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (Marquand, Director, 1983) won an Academy Special Achievement Award, presented to Richard Edlund, Dennis Muren, Ken Ralston and Phil Tippett for visual effects.

Donor Note

Nicholas A. Salerno, university professor and administrator, author and film critic said, "I fell in love with the series with the Empire Strikes Back. With that movie, the underpinnings of the myth fell into place. And then I went on a press junket and talked to the principals - Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher - and confirmed there was more to it than a shoot-em-up in space," in a 2005 interview for the Arizona Republic. Tickets from The Empire Strikes Back screening night at the Cine Capri Theatre in Phoenix are included in the collection. Salerno said the last item he donated to the ASU Libraries was a stuffed Chewbacca doll because he couldn't bear to part with it.

This collection houses Salerno's research gathered to support his scholarship and teaching, and primary source materials that Salerno has made available to other scholars. Salerno collected a wide variety of materials that document the production, publicity, exhibition and importance of Star Wars in popular culture.

Salerno was born June 21, 1936, in Chicago, Illinois. Early in his life his family moved to Arizona where he attended Phoenix Union High School, graduating in 1953. During his high school years he was strongly influenced by his English teachers. In 1957 he graduated from Arizona State College, later named Arizona State University, with a Bachelor of Arts in English, Journalism and History. He earned a Master of Arts from Arizona State University in 1959. In 1962, he obtained a Doctor of Philosophy in Victorian Literature with a minor in Latin Language and Literature from Stanford University. Salerno's field of specialization was Victorian literature and his dissertation was Romantic Love in Victorian Poetry (1961). He published several literary anthologies, which have been used in many college classes.

Salerno started his academic teaching career at ASU in 1958 as an instructor and became a full professor in 1970. In 1983, he was appointed chairman of the Department of English. At ASU, Salerno taught classes in 19th century literature, composition, Latin, undergraduate and graduate literature survey courses, and film history. He is a recognized scholar on the 19th century artist and poet Aubrey Beardsley and has also published book reviews and articles on the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, the Victorian era and Shakespeare. Salerno received the ASU Distinguished Teacher Award in 1971 and the Distinguished Service Award in 1993. He retired from ASU in 1991 and is professor emeritus.

Salerno is a noted film scholar and critic, with hundreds of articles appearing in journals, magazines and newspapers, including American Film Institute Report, Film History, Moviegoer, Phoenix Magazine, the Los Angeles Times and the Scottsdale Progress. Salerno hosted the KAET Phoenix PBS television channel program Cinema Classics for ten years from 1973-1983. Salerno started the film program in the ASU Department of English, and hosted screenings of classic and foreign films in Neeb Hall. He also sponsored a student film club that regularly attended film screenings in the Valley.


Scope and Content Note

This collection houses Nicholas A. Salerno's collection of publicity materials and merchandising products for the Star Wars film series from 1976-2005. The bulk of the materials focuses on the original trilogy released from 1977-1983 beginning with Star Wars (1977), Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980), and Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983).

The collection includes press kits and publicity materials; autographed photographs and principal actor headshots; journal, magazine and newspaper articles; co-branded tie in products; licensed merchandise; action figures, creatures, playsets and vehicles; audio and video recordings; posters; store displays; and fabric textiles. Materials relate primarily to the production, publicity, exhibition and importance of the trilogy film series from 1977-1987.

The collection is divided into seventeen series: Press Kits and Publicity, Resources, Photographs, Co-branded Tie In Products, Licensed Products, Action Figures, Vehicles, Creatures, Playsets, Textiles, Magnetic Video Recordings, Film, Audio Recordings, Digital Video Recordings, Posters, Store Displays, and Exhibit Materials. The arrangement revolves principally around chronological order by film release date or alphabetically. See Scope Notes by series for arrangement details.

Series I: Press Kits and Publicity (Boxes 1-3, 1977-1991) contains press kits sent to journalists and acquisition executives. Press kits in this collection are packaged in 8 x 10½ inch folders containing a full cast list, principal actor biographies, story line, cast and crew credits, principal cast photographs and production stills. Of note are two rare items, a white Star Wars Revenge of the Jedi Press Kit (Box 2) and a Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Portfolio with Darth Vader Medallion (Box 3). This series is arranged chronologically by film release date. Bulk dates are 1977-1983.

Series II: Photographs (Box 4, 1980-1996) contains principal cast autographed black-and-white photographs; and publicity photographs for television broadcasts of the films, including the Sci-Fi Channel Star Wars Special hosted by Carrie Fisher in 1995, and the USA Network Star Wars Trilogy special. This series is arranged in chronological order. Bulk dates are 1980-1996.

Series III: Resources (Boxes 5-6, 1977-2005) contains academic journal, popular magazine and newspaper articles that document the publicity and merchandising of the films, fandom, technical filmmaking advancements used in the productions, cast and crew interviews, and ephemera. Of note is a nine-stamp sheet of Star Wars Trilogy Saint Vincent and The Grenadines postage stamps. This series is arranged in original order as donated by Salerno. Bulk dates are 1977-2000.

Series IV: Co-branded Tie In Products (Boxes 7-14, 1977-1997) contains consumer products with multiple company branded logos or images used to promote the films. Companies represented include Coca Cola, Hallmark, Frito-Lay, General Mills, Micromachines, Pepperidge Farm, Pepsi, Pez, Taco Bell, and Thermos. This series is arranged by manufacturer and then by size. Bulk dates are 1983-1997.

Series V: Licensed Products (Boxes 15-19, 1980-1997) contains consumer products licensed by a company to use the Star Wars branded logo and images. Of note is the Darth Vader action figure collector's case. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1980-1983.

Series VI: Action Figures (Boxes 20-30, 1977-1996) contains 125 character action figures that are approximately three inches in height; creatures, and vehicles featured in the films. They were produced by Kenner Products. Of note are several rare action figures sold before the first film release in 1977. Many are fragile and have removable parts, such as helmets and weapons. Also of note are action figures in original packaging (Box 30).

Figures produced prior to release of the first film (1977) were sometimes identified using phoenetic spelling rather than alpha-numeric. Manufacturers used the phoenetic spelling found in the screenplay as their resource. The common alphanumeric spelling was used after 1977. Figures are labeled using the alphanumeric character name, which conforms to Library of Congress convention. Phoenetic names that appeared on the original packaging are documented in the notes for those figures.

Duplicate figures may be from different manufacturers and may have noticeable production variations, e.g., face paint, hair color, skin color or paint precision. This series is arranged first numerically, then alphabetically by character name. Action figures that were donated with the playsets are in Box 30. Bulk dates are 1977-1984.

Series VII: Vehicles (Box 31, 1978-1983) contains four action-figure vehicles: two landspeeders, one speeder bike, and one TIE (twin ion engine) fighter from 1978. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1978.

Series VIII: Creatures (Box 32, 1979-1984) contains five creatures: one dewback, two tauntauns, one rancor and one wampa. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1979.

Series IX: Playsets (Boxes 33-36, 1978-1983) contains four playsets: Jabba the Hutt's Throne, the Ewok Village, Planet Dagobah and the 1978 Millennium Falcon. The playsets were displayed in Salerno's office with action figures not originally sold with the playset. These action figures are identified in the notes and are housed in Series VI Box 30. Each playset is housed in a separate box. Bulk dates are 1978-1983.

Series X: Textiles (Boxes 37-38, 1978-1983) contains a 25 inch polyfill stuffed Chewbacca doll, and Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back poly-cotton blend fabric sheets, including one fitted sheet, one flat sheet, four pillow cases, one twin bed skirt and one full-size bed skirt. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1979-1983.

Series XI: Magnetic Video Recordings (Boxes 39-41, 1980-2000) contains three VHS magnetic tape video recordings of the original trilogy, ten Umatic magnetic tape television promotion clips, and one 35mm magnetic film of television promotion clips for Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. The packaging can be viewed; to access the recording content, contact the Special Collections Curator. This series is arranged chronologically. Bulk dates are 1980.

Series XII: Film (Boxes 42-43, 1977) contains one 35mm and two 16mm promotional films produced by Twentieth Century-Fox with short clips for Star Wars (1977). One 16mm film was created by Salerno for teaching purposes. The packaging can be viewed; to access the recording content, contact the Special Collections Curator. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1977.

Series XIII: Audio Recordings (Boxes 44-45, 1977-1997) contains four audio cassettes that document Salerno's presentation at the ASU Libraries Star Wars Exhibit in 1997, and ten, 33⅓rpm, vinyl phonograph records that primarily contain soundtrack recordings by composer and conductor John Williams. Of note are two original 1977 John Williams' Star Wars soundtracks, and the Christmas In The Stars (1980) album featuring Christmas-themed songs and the original cast. The packaging can be viewed; to access the recording content, contact the Special Collections Curator. This series is arranged chronologically. Bulk dates are 1980-1997.

Series XIV: Digital Video Recordings (Box 46, 1989-1993) contains laser disc recordings of the original Star Wars trilogy. The packaging can be viewed; to access the recording content, contact the Special Collections Curator.This series is arranged chronologically. Bulk dates are 1989-1993.

Series XV: Posters (SPEC Map Case DWR 26, 1977-1996) contains publicity posters sold to consumers or in sales distribution outlets. Most items are standard one-sheet, 27 x 41 inch, all are in color. Of note is a rare, original 1977 Style "A" Star Wars poster of art by Illustrator Tom Jung. This series is arranged by size, then chronologically. Bulk dates are 1981-1988.

Series XVI: Store Displays (Boxes 48-49 OV-3, 1980-1996) contains three heavy cardboard store displays used to advertise the films and co-branded products: the 1977 Star Wars Tom Jung poster art; a Taco Bell kid's meal toy prize display of R2-D2; and Yoda. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1980-1995.

Series XVII: Exhibit Materials (SPEC Map Case DWR 26, 1997-1999) contains construction paper posters and identification cards created for ASU Libraries Star Wars exhibits. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1997, 1999.


Arrangement

The collection consists of forty-eight boxes and a map case drawer divided into seventeen series.
Series I: Press Kits and Publicity
Series II: Photographs
Series III: Resources
Series IV: Co-branded Tie In Products
Series V: Licensed Products
Series VI: Action Figures
Series VII: Vehicles
Series VIII: Creature
Series IX: Playsets
Series X: Textiles
Series XI: Magnetic Video Recordings
Series XII: Film
Series XIII: Audio Recordings
Series XIV: Digital Video Recordings
Series XV: Posters
Series XVI: Store Displays
Series XVII: Exhibit Materials

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Access to portions of this collection have been restricted by Archives and Special Collections in order to preserve the original materials. Contact Archivist Katherine Krzys, Special Collections Subject Specialist, for information on access to the restricted portions of this collection.

To view this collection, make an appointment at least five business days prior to your visit by contacting Ask an Archivist or calling (480) 965-4932. Appointments are available from Monday through Friday from 9-5, on a first come, first served basis, on the ASU Tempe or West campuses.

Copyright

Arizona State University does not own copyright to this collection. Distinctive Collections recognizes that it is incumbent upon the researcher to procure permission to publish information from this collection from the owner of the copyright.


Related Material

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope video, Navajo Language version, Labriola Collection, PN1997.S6826 2013 DVD.

Splinter of the Mind's Eye, a 1978 science-fiction novel written by Alan Dean Foster, based on the characters and situations created by George Lucas: paperback book SPEC FO-2; hardcover book SPEC FO-42; typescript drafts, Alan Dean Foster Papers, Box 66 Folder 7, and Box 67 Folders 1-5.

The Star Wars (Saga The First) by George Lucas, undated typescripts and drafts, Alan Dean Foster Papers, Box 76 Folders 1-5.

Find additional Star Wars Special Collections items using the Quick Catalog Search, using the keyword "spec star wars". Items include Star Wars Special Collections novelizations, pop-up books, the LEGO Star Wars Character Encyclopedia, collectibles guides, a quiz book, books in Hebrew and film production books.

For Star Wars materials that you can check out, search the ASU Libraries catalogue.


Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Fisher, Carrie
Ford, Harrison, 1942-
Hamill, Mark
Lucas, George, 1944-
Salerno, Nicholas A.
Salerno, Nicholas A. -- Archives

Corporate Name(s)
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation

Subject(s)
Advertising -- Motion pictures

Genre Form(s)
Film posters -- United States
Film soundtracks
Motion pictures (United States)
Motion pictures -- Collectibles
Motion pictures -- History -- 20th century
Science fiction films
Star Wars figures
Star Wars films -- History and criticism


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Nicholas A. Salerno Star Wars Collection, MSS-364. Arizona State University Library: Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Provenance

Nicholas A. Salerno donated the bulk of the Star Wars Collection from 1997-1999 in ten accessions. Additional materials were donated by Anna Quan Leon, Clint Lewis, Chris Purpus, Gene Valentine, Victoria Vanransom and Randy Yamamoto.

Processing Note

This collection was processed by Susan Barrett, Arizona State University, December 2014-October 2015.


Container List

Series I: Press Kits and Publicity
Series I: Press Kits and Publicity (Boxes 1-3, 1977-1991) contains press kits sent to journalists and acquisition executives. Press kits in this collection are packaged in 8 x 10½ inch folders containing a full cast list, principal actor biographies, story line, cast and crew credits, principal cast photographs and production stills. Of note are two rare items, a white Star Wars Revenge of the Jedi Press Kit (Box 2) and a Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Portfolio with Darth Vader Medallion (Box 3). This series is arranged chronologically by film release date.
Subject(s)
Promotion

Genre Form(s)
Press releases

BoxFolder
11 Star Wars Press Kit, 1977 (9 x 12 Inch Folder)
Contains Announcement Story, Cast List, Filler Materials, Fifteen Interview-style Press Releases, Production Information Guide. Twenty-one Short Biographies of Cast and Crew, One-to-two Pages Each. Eleven Black-and-white Photographs of Cast and Production Staff. Black-and-white (8 x 10 inch) Images, 11 Total.
1. SW-K-2 Artoo-Detoo and See-Threepio Are On Owen Lars' Homestead On Tatooine.

2. SW-K10 Ben Kenobi (Alec Guinness), Once A Great Warrior In The Old Republic, Is Now An Outlaw In The Tatooine Mountains.

3. SW-K-11 Jawas, The Rodent-Like Scrap Collectors of Tatooine, Weld A Small Control Disk Onto The Side of Artoo-Detoo.

4. SW-K-22 Darth Vader and His Imperial Guards Take Princess Leia To The Death Star Detention Center.

5. SW-K-51 Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) Defends Herself Against The Imperial Attack Aboard Her Rebel Blockade Runner.

6. SW-K-54 Artoo-Detoo and See-Threepio Helplessly Watch Rebel Troops Defend The Rebel Blockade Runner.

7. SW-K-55 Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and Han Solo (Harrison Ford) Protect Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) and Chewbacca From An Impending Imperial Stormtrooper Attack.

8. SW-K-56 Ben Kenobi (Alec Guiness) Asks Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) To Choose Between Helping The Rebel Alliance Or Staying Behind On His Uncle's Farm On Tatooine.

9. SW-K-57 Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and See-Threepio Are Startled To See Vicious Tusken Raiders Following Their Trail.

10. SW-K-59 Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) and Han Solo (Harrison Ford) Search For An Escape Route On The Maze-Like Imperial Death Star.

11. SW-K-62 Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) Intently Repels The Attack of The Imperial Tie Fighters On The Escaping Millennium Falcon.
12 Star Wars Press Kit Resources, 1977 (8 x 10 Inch Color Production Publicity Image on Cardstock)
Shows Princess Leia and C-3PO. Reverse Text, Star Wars, Released By 20th Century-Fox, Printed In U.S.A. Image Was Donated With The Star Wars Press Kit.
13 Star Wars New Material Summer '78 Press Kit, 1978 (9 x 12 Inch Folder)
Contains Announcement Story, Cast List, Star Wars: A Phenomenal First Year Press Release, Merchandising: The Star Wars Connection Press Release, The Stars of Star Wars: In Retrospect Press Release.
14 Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Press Kit, 1980 (9 x 12 inch Folder)
Contains Announcement Story, Eight Biographies, Cast List, Production Notes, Eight Press Releases, Twenty-one Black-and-white Production Photographs. Eight Typewritten Biographies: Anthony Daniels, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Irvin Kershner, Gary Kurtz, David Prowse (Two Copies) and Billy Dee Williams. Black-and-white (8 x 10 inch) Images, 20 Total.
1. ESB 1 Han Solo (Harrison Ford) Emphasizes That The Millennium Falcon Is Now His Ship.

2. ESB 2 Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew), Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher), C-3PO (Anthony Daniels), and Han Solo (Harrison Ford) In The Cockpit of The Millennium Falcon.

3. ESB 3 Lando Calrissian (Billy Dee Williams) Escorts Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher), Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew), and Han Solo (Harrison Ford) Through The Corridors of Cloud City.

4. ESB 4 Darth Vader (David Prowse) and Boba Fett Make An Unwelcomed Appearance On Bespin.

5. ESB 6 Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) Riding A Tauntaun, One of The Creatures On The Ice Planet Hoth.

6. ESB 7 Lando Calrissian (Billy Dee Williams), A Dashing Rogue and Con-Man, Governs Cloud City In The Empire Strikes Back.

7. ESB 10 Carrie Fisher As The Strong-Willed and Beautiful Princess Leia Organa In The Empire Strikes Back.

8. ESB 11 Darth Vader (David Prowse) Confronts Lando Calrissian (Billy Dee Williams) and Boba Fett.

9. ESB 13 Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew) Braves The Sub-Zero Cold On The Ice Planet Hoth In The Empire Strikes Back.

10. ESB 14 Rebel Soldiers Preparing To Fire The Dish Laser On The Ice Planet Hoth, In The Empire Strikes Back.

11. ESB 15 C-3PO (Anthony Daniels) and R2-D2 (Kenny Baker) In The Rebel Alliance's Ice Cave Complex In The Empire Strikes Back.

12. ESB 16 The Carbon-Freezing Chamber In Cloud City In In The Empire Strikes Back.

13. ESB 17 Mark Hamill As Luke Skywalker, A Farm Boy Who Becomes A Hero of The Rebellion, In The Empire Strikes Back.

14. ESB 18 Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) and Han Solo (Harrison Ford) During A Tender Moment On Board The Millennium Falcon.

15. ESB 21 Darth Vader (David Prowse) and Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) During Their Climactic Lightsaber Duel.

16. ESB 24 Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and Darth Vader (David Prowse) Battle With Lightsabers In The Empire Strikes Back.

18. ESB 25 Anthony Daniels, Who Appears As C-3PO In The Empire Strikes Back.

19. ESB 26 David Prowse, Who Appears As Darth Vader In The Empire Strikes Back.

20. ESB 101 Director Irvin Kershner, Producer Gary Kurtz, Executive Producer George Lucas and Screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan On The Set.

21. ESB-Y3 Yoda, The Jedi Master, Trains Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) To Use The Force In The Empire Strikes Back.
15 Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Press Junket Materials, 1980 (9 x 12 Inch Folder)
Contains The Empire Strikes Back Four-page, Fold-out of Production Staff and Cast Names, One Original and One Copy of A Typewritten Letter Welcoming Participants To The Event, Typewritten Travel Itinerary Correspondence, Typewritten List of Film Clips Shown At The Event, Typewritten Photography Image Credit Sheet (Two Copies), Typewritten Television Itinerary, 20th Century-Fox Lot Tour Script, Typewritten History of 20th Century-Fox Press Release (Eleven Pages), Typewritten Television Schedule Introductions Including Nick Salerno, Typewritten Television Schedule Interviews Schedule, One (3 x 5 inch) Index Card With Handwritten Notes, One Name Badge "Nick Salerno KAET-TV Phoenix", One Photographic Image of Luke Skywalker On Cardstock, and Seven Black-and-white Production Photographic Images. Black-and-white (8 x 10 inch) Images, Seven Total.
1. ESB 3 Lando Calrissian (Billy Dee Williams) Escorts Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher), Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew), and Han Solo (Harrison Ford) Through The Corridors of Cloud City.

2. ESB 6 Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) Riding A Tauntaun, One of The Creatures On The Ice Planet Hoth.

3. ESB 15 C-3PO (Anthony Daniels) and R2-D2 (Kenny Baker) In The Rebel Alliance's Ice Cave Complex In The Empire Strikes Back.

4. ESB 16 The Carbon-Freezing Chamber In Cloud City In The Empire Strikes Back.

5. ESB 18 Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) and Han Solo (Harrison Ford) During A Tender Moment On Board The Millennium Falcon.

6. ESB 21 Darth Vader (David Prowse) and Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) During Their Climactic Lightsaber Duel.

7. ESB 24 Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and Darth Vader (David Prowse) Battle With Lightsabers In The Empire Strikes Back.
16 Introducing Yoda Press Kit, 1980 (9 x 12 Inch Folder)
Contains Biography of Frank Oz, Yoda Press Release, Two (8 x 10 inch) Black-and-white Photographs, One Black-and-white Photographic Slide (2 x 2 inch) with Image of Yoda, Stamped Identification Number SWEC: 21541. Black-and-white (8 x 10 inch) Images, two Total.
1. ESB-Y2 Yoda, The Jedi Master, Teaches Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) The Way of The Force in The Empire Strikes Back.

2. ESB-Y3 Yoda, The Jedi Master, Trains Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) To Use The Force In The Empire Strikes Back.
17 Star Wars Returns Press Release, 1982
One-page, Typewritten Press Release Announcing The Re-Release of Star Wars In Theatres For A Three-week Run Beginning August 13, 1982, Which Will Include Coming Attractions of The Next Film, Revenge of The Jedi.
Drawer
26 Star Wars Revenge of the Jedi, 1983 (Two-Sheet Foldout)
Cover Sheet, White Script Text, "The Saga Continues" On Star Wars Watermark. Open, 22 x 15 inch, Red Logo Star Wars Revenge of the Jedi On Star Wars Watermark. Back Cover, White Text "Celebrating The Sixth Anniversary of the Original Star Wars" Above Red Logo Star Wars Revenge of the Jedi, White Text May 25, 1983.
26 Star Wars Revenge of the Jedi Four-sheet Foldout, 1983 (Four-Sheet Foldout)
Star Wars Revenge of The Jedi Four-sheet Foldout. Cover Sheet, White Block Text "Twentieth Century-Fox Is Proud To Be Associated With Lucasfilm In Releasing The Number One and Number Two Top Grossing Films of All Time." Lower-Right Corner Text, "Advertising Supplement To Variety". Sheet 1 Image of 1977 Type "A" Poster. "The Number One Top Grossing Film, Available For Re-Issue August 13, 1982." Sheet 2-4, Title Reveal, "Now In Production, Star Wars Revenge of The Jedi, World Premiere May 27, 1983." Sheet 5 Image of 1980 The Empire Strikes Back Poster, "The Number Two Top Grossing Film, Available For Re-Issue April, 1983, and The Success Continues…".
BoxFolder
18 Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi Press Kit, 1983 (9 x 12 Inch Folder)
Contains Announcement Story, Cast List, Production Notes, Opening Date Press Release, and Nine Black-and-white (8 x 10 inch) Photographs. Includes One Typewritten Letter With A Replacement Sheet For Page 40 of The Production Notes; and a Four-page, Fold-out For The Cast and Production Staff List. Black-and-white (8 x 10 inch) Images, Nine Total.
1. ROJ-1 Luke (Mark Hamill) and Leia (Carrie Fisher) Prepare To Swing To Safety From The Top Deck of Jabba's Desert Sail Barge.

2. ROJ-6 Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), In The Robe of A Jedi Knight, Surrounded By The Creatures of Jabba's Court.

3. ROJ-6 Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), In The Robe of A Jedi Knight, Surrounded By The Creatures of Jabba's Court.

4. ROJ-7 Han Solo (Harrison Ford), Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill,) and Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew), Their Hands Tied Behind Them, Are Brought Before Jabba The Hutt.

5. ROJ-8 Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and Darth Vader (David Prowse) In A Lightsaber Duel.

6. ROJ-9 On The Top Deck of Jabba The Hutt's Sail Barge, Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) Brandishes His Lightsaber.

7. ROJ-12 R2-D2 (Kenny Baker) Has Been Turned Into A Waiter Aboard Jabba's Sail Barge.

8. ROJ-13 Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew), Captured On The Moon of Endor, Are Bound To Poles In The Village Square.

9. ROJ-16 Executive Producer George Lucas (Far Left), Director Richard Marquand (Far Right) and The Cast: Back Row (L-R) Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill. Front Row (L-R) Anthony Daniels (C-3PO), Kenny Baker (R2-D2) and Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca).
19 Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi Resources, 1983
Resources and Publicity Images Were Donated With The Star Wars Press Kit. Resources Include Personal Correspondence, Magazine and Newspaper Articles. Two Black-and-white Photographic Images. Black-and-white (8 x 10 inch) Images, Two Total.
1. Accompanies A CBS Press Release For The Rebroadcast of Star Wars, Image of Princess Leia, Ben Kenobi, Luke Skywalker and Han Solo.

2. Newspaper Advance For A 10th Anniversary Broadcast of Star Wars. Image of Luke Skywalker and C-3PO.
110 Introducing the Ewoks Press Kit, 1983 (9 x 12 Inch Folder)
Contains Introducing The Ewoks Press Release (Three Pages); Three Black-and-white Photographic Images; and One Positive, Color Slide (2 x 2 inch) Image of Chief Chirpa, Stamped Identification Number 8454, Photography Credited To Ralph Nelson, Jr. Black-and-white (8 x 10 inch) Images, Three total.
1. E-1 Wicket the Ewok.

2. E-2 Paploo, An Ewok Warrior.

3. E-3 Wicket the Ewok, Deep In Conversation With R2-D2.
111 Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi Re-release Engagement Press Kit, 1985 (9 x 12 Inch Folder)
Contains Cover Letter, Announcement Story, Cast List, Production Notes, and Three Black-and-white Photographs. Black-and-white (8 x 10 inch) Images, Three Total.
1. ROJ-1 Luke (Mark Hamill) and Leia (Carrie Fisher) Prepare To Swing To Safety From The Top Deck of Jabba's Desert Sail Barge.

2. ROJ-11 Leia (Carrie Fisher) and Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew) Warn C-3PO (Anthony Daniels) To Be Quiet During The Raid On The Imperial Bunker On Endor.

3. ROJ-15 Captured During The Raid On The Imperial Bunker, The Rebel Strike Team Is Surrounded By Stormtroopers. A Giant AT-ST Walker Looms Among The Trees.
112 Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi Resources, 1991
Resource Donated With The Star Wars Return of The Jedi Re-Release Engagement Press Kit. Resource is a Journal Article, Star Wars Trilogy: George Lucas' Movie Legacy Continues As A Popular Galactic Delight On Video, Movie Marketplace, Mar/Apr 1991.
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21 Star Wars Revenge of the Jedi Press Kit, 1982 (14 x 10½ Inch Spiral-Bound Press Kit)
Access Restrictions
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Describes The Film's Merchandising and Promotion Campaign. Back Cover Is Three-page, Fold-out with Three Scenes from the Film By Artist Ralph McQuarrie.
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31 Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Portfolio With Darth Vader Medallion, 1982 (24" x 11¼" x 1¼")
Access Restrictions
An Appointment Is Required To View This Item.
Contains Two Lithographs That Depict The Rebel Base On Hoth, and The Escape of The Millennium Falcon From Hoth by Artist Ralph McQuarrie. Of Note This Rare Item Is Sealed With a Pewter Darth Vader Medallion; Only Fifty Were Produced.
Series II: Photographs
Series II: Photographs (Box 4, 1980-1996) contains principal cast autographed, black-and-white photographs; and publicity photographs for television broadcasts of the films, including the Sci-Fi Channel Star Wars Special hosted by Carrie Fisher in 1995, and the USA Network Star Wars Trilogy special. This series is arranged in chronological order. Bulk dates are 1980-1996.
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41 Autographed Photographs, 1980 (Six Black-and-White 8 x 10 inch Photographs)
Black-and-white Autographed Photographs From The Empire Strikes Back Press Kit. Photographs Are Copyright 1980, Autographs Are Undated.
1. ESB-1 Han Solo (Harrison Ford) Emphasizes That The Millennium Falcon Is Now His Ship. Autograph Text, "Nick Best Wishes Harrison Ford".

2. ESB 7 Lando Calrissian (Billy Dee Williams), A Dashing Rogue and Con-Man, Governs Cloud City In The Empire Strikes Back. Autograph Text, "For Nick Love Billy Dee Williams".

3. ESB 10 Carrie Fisher As The Strong-Willed and Beautiful Princess Leia Organa In The Empire Strikes Back. Autograph Text, "Best Wishes To Nick Love Carrie Fisher (Princess L.)".

4. ESB 17 Mark Hamill As Luke Skywalker, A Farm Boy Who Becomes A Hero of The Rebellion In [Image Cut-off]. Autograph Text, "For Nick -- Follow The Force & Unlearn!".

5. ESB 25 Anthony Daniels, Who Appears As C-3PO In The Empire Strikes Back. Autograph Text, "Nick Remember...3PO Is Human Thanks. Anthony Daniels".

6. ESB 26 David Prowse, Who Appears As Darth Vader In The Empire Strikes Back. Autograph Text, "To Nick S. May The Force Be With You. Darth Vader".
Photographs Were Stored In A Location That Exposed Them To Light; Autographs By Harrison Ford and David Prowse Are Illegible.
42 Sci-Fi Channel Star Wars Special Photographs, 1995 (Three Black-and-White 8 x 10 Inch Production Photographs)
Star Wars Special Hosted By Carrie Fisher. Photographs For The July 28, 1995, and July 30, 1995, Network Broadcasts.
1. Han Solo (Harrison Ford, Right) and Chewbacca Protect The Millennium Falcon From Jabba The Hutt and His Cutthroats, In Star Wars To Be Telecast Friday, July 28 From 8-11PM, ET As Part of Sci-Fi Channel's Star Wars Special Hosted By Carrie Fisher.

2. Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill, Left) and Han Solo (Harrison Ford, Right) Protect Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher, Middle Left) and Chewbacca From An Impending Stormtrooper Attack In Star Wars To Be Telecast Friday, July 28 From 8-11 PM, ET As Part of Sci-Fi Channel's Star Wars Special Hosted By Carrie Fisher.

3. In The Third Part of The Star Wars Trilogy, Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill, Right) and Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher, Left) Have To Rescue Han Solo (Harrison Ford) From The Clutches of The Evil Empire Before Then Can Destroy It, In Return of The Jedi To Be Telecast Sunday, July 30 From 8-11 PM ET As Part of Sci-Fi Channel's Star Wars Special Hosted By Carrie Fisher.
43 USA Network Star Wars Trilogy Photographs, 1996 (Two Black-and-White 8 x 10 Inch Photographs)
For The USA Network Broadcasts On November 22, November 23 and November 24, No Year, of the original Star Wars Trilogy.
1. Star Wars Trilogy -- This Will Be The Last Time Sci-Fi Channel Will Air The Star Wars Trilogy In Its Current Format. Star Wars Will Air Friday, November 22, 7:00-10:00PM ET and 11:00PM-2:00AM ET, Empire Strikes Back Will Air Saturday, November 23, 7:00-10:00PM ET and 11:00-2:00AM ET and Return of The Jedi Will Air Sunday November 24, 7:00-10:PM ET and 11:00PM-2:00AM ET.

2. Dark Times Have Fallen Upon The Galactal Empire Once Ruled By A Kind of Space-Age Camelot. Against The Evil Tyrants Is A Rebellion Led By A Beautiful Princess (Carrie Fisher) Who Is Captured By The Guardians of The Empire Whose Object Is To Retrieve Some Secret Plans That Can Be The Empire's Undoing, In Star Wars To Be Telecast Wednesday, July 5 From 8-10:30 PM, ET/PT and Repeats Sunday, July 9 From 1-3:30 PM, ET/PT. Also Stars Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford (Pictured).
Series III: Resources
Series III: Resources (Box 5-6, 1977-2005) contains academic journal, popular magazine and newspaper articles that document the publicity and merchandising of the films, fandom, technical filmmaking advancements used in the productions, cast and crew interviews, and ephemera. Of note is a sheet of Star Wars Trilogy postage stamps from Saint Vincent and The Grenadines. This series is arranged in original order as donated by Salerno.
Some articles were copied from fragments that were cut from an original publication. As a result, some materials do not include the full article page, may be missing the margins, or do not include secondary pages. Bulk dates are 1977-2000.
Genre Form(s)
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)

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51 George Lucas Star Wars 1977-2003
Newspaper, Journal and Magazine Articles Published 1977-1979.
Includes:
Star Wars Creator Lucas A Man of Contraditions, Newspaper Article By Craig Outhier, Arizona Tribune, Undated.

'Star Wars' Steady, Easy Momentum, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, 25 October, No Year.

Stanfill Sights, $1,000,000 Bonus, Thanks To 'Wars', Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, 1 November, No Year.

Ongoing Thrust of 'Star Wars'; See $99-Mil In Rentals, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, 20 September, No Year.

Lucas: Film-Maker With The Force, Newspaper Article, By Paul Rosenfield, Los Angeles Times, 5 June 1977.

A Hit Helps: 'Star' B.O. Smash & Heavy Fox Stock Buying, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Variety, 31 May 1977.

New England Exhibs Allege Abuses In 'Star Wars' Booking, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

'Star Wars' In Foreign Climes, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, 28 December 1977.

'Star Wars' Leverage, Portion of A Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

Kontos Explains 'Star Wars' Terms To The Engineers, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, 25 October, No Year.

Current Cinema: Contrasts, Magazine Article, Uncredited, The New Yorker, 26 September 1977.

Twentieth Century-Fox Is Very Pleased To Announce That 'Star Wars' Has Become The Most Successful Motion Picture In The History of The Company. We Thank All Those People Who Have Made This Possible, Magazine Advertisement, Uncredited, Variety, 21 September 1977.

The Force Goes On, Magazine Article By Michelle Keller, Jeff Schnaufer, Bryan Alexander, Joanna Blonska, Lydia Denworth and Simon Perry; People, 3 February 1997.

Songs of Innocence and Experience: The Blakean Vision of George Lucas, Journal Article By B.H. Fairchild, Jr., Literature/Film Quarterly, 5(2), 1979.

The Star Wars Bibliography 1973-1987, Photocopy, April 1987.

Richard Edlund, ASC, Talks About Magic, Magazine Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

Growing Up Among The Stars, Journal Article By Denis Wood, Literature/Film Quarterly, 6(4), 1978.

Star Wars: A Myth For Our Time, Journal Article By Andrew Gordon, Literature/Film Quarterly, 6(4), 1978.

Some Secrets of Star Wars, Magazine Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, October 1977.

George Lucas' Galactic Empire, Magazine Article, Uncredited, Time, 6 March 1978.

Star Wars Effect On The World of Special Effects, Journal Article By Robert Balack and John Fitzharris, Millimeter, April 1978.

The Force Behind George Lucas, Magazine Article By George Scanlon, Rolling Stone, 25 August 1977.

A Space Illiad, By Arthur Lubow, Journal Article, Film Comment, July-August 1977.

Sons of 'Star Wars', Magazine Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, 29 August 1977.

Film Reviews: Star Wars, Magazine Article By Jane Morgan, Films In Review, August-September 1977.

The Star Wars War II: Star Drek, By Terry Curtis Fox, Fim Comment, Undated.

Fox Pressing To Meet 'Star Wars' Disc Demand, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, The Hollywood Reporter, 3 June 1977.

'Star Wars' Rocketing Disc Sales Past Summer Doldrums, Newspaper Article By Charles A. Barrett, The Hollywood Reporter, 13 July 1977.

'Star Wars' The Latest Pic To Find Itself In Vanguard of A Film-Making Trend, Magazine Article By Joseph Mcbride, Variety, Undated.

Shooting 'Star' Leaves $6 Mil B.O. In Wake, Newspaper Clipping, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

More 'Star Wars' Skirmishes, Newspaper Letters To The Editor, Los Angeles Times, 31 July 1977.

Look, Fenwick...Either You're On Our Side Or You're Not! Newspaper Comic By Mal Hancock, Chronicle Features, Undated.

Fox's 'Star Wars' Boom; $8.5-M Net; Ladd On Bd., Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Published, 2 August, No Year.

Hot Both Ways: Clime, Screens; 'Star Wars,' Other Boffs Push Back Releases, Helpful To Also-Rans, Newspaper Article By Robert Rees, Variety, 3 August 1977.

'Star Wars' In Frisco, Newspaper Article By Herb Michelson, Variety, 3 August 1977.

'Wars' Returns To Chinese, Only Such Booking In Half Century, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Variety, 3 August 1977.

'Star Wars' Tickets Bring Out Scalpers, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, 10 June 1977.

As Fox Shares Price Up, 'Shorts' Await Fall-Back, Magazine Article, Uncredited, Variety, 26 July, No Year.

How To Upset The 'Star Wars' Bandwagon, Newspaper Article By Rubin Carson, Los Angeles Times, 25 July 1977.

If 'Star Wars' Exceeds 'Jaws,' Here Are Two Reasons Why, Magazine Article By Aljean Harmetz, Us, 26 July 1977.

off The Screen, Journal Article By Tony Costa, Screen, Undated.

'Star Wars' Knocks Sox off Fox Stocks, Newspaper Article By Alan D. Mutter, The Phoenix Gazette, 5 July, No Year.

The Star Wars Explosion, Magazine Article, Uncredited, Unkown Publisher, Undated.

'Star Wars' Shunned G Rating As 'Uncool' For Young Crowd, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unkown Publisher, Undated.

The Triumph of Camp, Magazine Article By Joy Gould Boyum, Wall Street Journal, 6 June 1977.

Hit and Miss, Magazine Article By Stephen Farber, New West, 20 June 1977.

Meet Gary Kurtz...Star Wars Producer Discusses Success, Journal Article, Uncredited, Kodak Professional Forum, 2(11), No Year.

Secon Strike: Even Obi-Wan Is Amazed, Magazine Article, Uncredited, Time, 2 January 1978.

George Lucas: From The Void, He Created The Droid and A New 'Force' In Film, Magazine Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

Lucasfilm Execs Outline 'Star Wars,' 'Raiders' Seqs To Come; 'Jedi' Teasers, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unkown Publisher, Undated.

Star Wars The First Ten Years Postcard Advertising The Sale of A Tenth-Anniversary Poster, Mailed To Salerno, 1987.

Dear George Lucas, When Are You Going To Make Another Star Wars? Magazine Advertisement With Artist Ralph McQuarrie Sketch, Variety, 2 November 1988.

Luke Skywalker Is A Nerd and Darth Vader Sucks Runny Eggs, Magazine Article By Harlan Ellison, Gallery, March 1978.

The Power of The Force: Sex In The Star Wars Trilogy, Book Chapter By Andrew Gorgon, In Eros In The Mind's Eye: Sexuality and The Fantastic In Art and Fim, By Donald Palumbo, Contributions To The Study of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Greenwood Press, Page 193, 1986.

Star Wars and The Roman Empire, Book Chapter By Martin W. Winkler, In Classical Myth and Culture In The Cinema, Edited By Martin M. Winkler, Oxford University Press, Page 272, 2001.

Master of His Universe, Journal Article By Ron Magid, American Cinematographer, September 1999.

Theology and Family In George Lucas's Star Wars, Book Chapter By Albrecht Koschorke, In The Holy Family and Its Legacy: Religious Imagination From The Gospels To Star Wars, Columbia University Press, Page 178, 2003.

Using The Power of Film To Transport African Refugees, Magazine Article, Uncredited, Academy Report, 2007.

52 George Lucas Return of the Jedi 1982
Newspaper and Journal Articles Published In 1982.
Includes:
Revenge of The Jedi Artwork By Ralph McQuarrie, Journal Article, Uncredited, Cinefantistique, 1982.

Secrecy Shrouds A 'Star Wars' Sequel, Newspaper Article By Audie Bock, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.
53 George Lucas Resources, 1987-2002
Newspaper, Journal and Magazine Articles Published 1987-2002.
Includes:
Star Wars: Some Said Film Wouldn't Fly; They Were Right -- It Soared, Newspaper Article By Kyle Lawson, The Phoenix Gazette, 25 May 1987.

Exploring A New Universe: George Lucas Discusses His Ongoing Effort To Shape The Future of Digital Cinema, Journal Article By Ron Magid, American Cinematographer, September 2002.

It's Company: Lightsabers, Camera, Action! The Stars of Star Wars Episode II - Attack of The Clones Live To Tell The Tale, Magazine Article By Daniel Fierman, Entertainment Weekly, 12 April 2002.
54 George Lucas Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Resources, 1980
Newspaper, Journal and Magazine Articles Published 1980.
Includes:
$26-Mil Year-Ahead Guarantees: Fox's "Empire Strikes Back", Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, 15 May, Unidentified Year.

'The Empire Strikes Back' Strikes A Bland Note, Newspaper Article By Vincent Canby, The New York Times, 15 June 1980.

Cheers and Whimpers, Magazine Article, The Current Cinema In The New Yorker, 26 May 1980.

Star Wars Strikes Back, Magazine Article By Fred Hauptfuhrer and Karen Peterson, Up Front In People, 9 June 1980.

On The Campaign Stump With Yoda, Magazine Article By Ellis Weiner, The New York Times Magazine, 3 August 1980.

A Bland 'Empire', Newspaper Article, Uncredited, No First Page, The New York Times, 15 June 1980.

In The 'Star Wars' Saga, 'Empire' Strikes Forward, Newspaper Article By Charles Champlin, Los Angeles Times, 18 May 1980.

Toy Maker Strikes Back With Yoda, Newspaper Article By Robert A. Mclean, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

The Saga Beyond 'Star Wars', Newspaper Article By Aljean Harmetz, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

'The Empire Strikes Back': The Force Returns Via Parallel Shootings On Norwegian Glaciers and Special Effects Stages, Journal Article By David S. Reiss, On Location, May 1980.

Can The Makers of 'Star Wars' Do It Again? Newspaper Article By David Lewin, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

Mild-Mannered Actor Hides In Darth Costume, Newspaper Article By Patrick Connolly, The Phoenix Gazette, 7 May 1980.

Kershner: Unkown To 'Empire', Newspaper Article By Judy Stone, The Los Angeles Times, 16 March 1980.

The Empire Strikes Back (Color): The Force Is Still With It, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, 7 May, Unidentified Year.

The Force Is Back With Us, Magazine Article By David Ansen, Newsweek, 19 May 1980.

Untitled Magazine Article Review of 'The Empire Strikes Back', New West, Undated.

Film: Robots Return In 'Empire Strikes', Newspaper Article By Janet Maslin, The New York Times, 2 May 1980.

The Empire Strikes Back! Magazine Article By Gerald Clarke, Time, 19 May 1980.
55 Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Resources, 2005
Newspaper, Journal and Magazine Articles Published 1987-2002.
Includes:
Star Wars: Some Said Film Wouldn't Fly; They Were Right - It Soared, Newspaper Article By Kyle Lawson, The Phoenix Gazette, 25 May 1987.

Exploring A New Universe: George Lucas Discusses His Ongoing Effort To Shape The Future of Digital Cinema, Journal Article By Ron Magid, American Cinematographer, September 2002.

It's Company: Lightsabers, Camera, Action! The Stars of Star Wars Episode II -- Attack of The Clones Live To Tell The Tale, Magazine Article By Daniel Fierman, Entertainment Weekly, 12 April 2002.
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61 Star Wars Resources, 1977-1991
Newspaper, Magazine and Journal Articles Published 1977-1991.
Includes:
Sci-Fi On Film: 20th - Century Fairy Tales, Newpaper Article By Greg Bear, The Los Angeles Times, 10 July 1977.

The Triumph of Camp, Newspaper Article By Joy Gould Boyum, The Wall Street Journal, 6 June 1977.

Science Fiction Feels The Force, Newspaper Article By Greg Bear, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

Why America Loves Star Wars Heroes, Magazine Article By Jesse Kornbluth, The New Times, 24 June 1977.

Slaves of The Empire, Magazine Article By Timothy White, Rolling Stone, 24 July 1980.

Where's Star Wars 4? Magazine Article By Nolan Wright, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

The Whiz Kids, In American Film Now: The People, The Power, The Money, The Movies Monograph Table of Contents, By David Lindroth, Oxford University Press, New York, 1979.

Postmodern Auteurs: Coppola, Lucas, De Palma, Spielberg and Scorsese, One-Page From Mcfarland Prospectus, Undated.

Revenge/Return of The Jedi, Journal Article By Frederick S. Clarke, Cinefantastique, April-May 1983.

Does One Dare Succumb To Return of The Jedi? Magazine Article, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

$26-Mil Year-Ahead Guarantees: Fox's 'Empire Strikes Back', Newspaper Article, Uncited, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

'Star Wars' Heralds Advent of New Sound Era Via Dolby Rigs, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, 17 May 1978.
62 Star Wars Merchandising Resources, 1977-1990
Newspaper and Magazine Articles, Toy Inserts.
Includes:
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Action Figures, Toy Insert, Kenner, 1980.

Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Action Figures, Toy Insert, Kenner, 1981.

Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Action Figures, Toy Insert, Kenner, 1981.

Star Wars Reurn of The Jedi Collections, Toy Insert, Kenner, 1983.

Star Wars Return of The Jedi Collections, Toy Insert, Kenner, 1984.

Star Wars Return of The Jedi Speeder Bike Vehicle, Assembly Instructions, Kenner, 1983.

'Star Wars' Product Bonanza, Magazine Article By Frank Barron, The Hollywood Reporter, 8 June 1977.

High-Tech Hokum Is Changing The Way Movies Are Made, Magazine Article By Richard Wolkomir, Smithsonian, October 1990.

Star Wars Club For Fans, $5 Fee, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, 1 February, 1978.

Complex Promo of 'Star Wars' Figures, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

'Star Wars' Toys, Newspaper Article By Richard Haitch, Unidentified Publisher, 12 January 1978.

'Star Wars' Bigger As T-Shirt Than At B.O. In Aussie, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

'Star Wars' Merchandise Bonanza, Newspaper Article Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, 10 August 1977.

Psst! Got Any 'Jedi' Posters? Newspaper Article By Michael London, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.
63 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Screening Tickets at Cine Capri Theater, 1980 May 19
Seven Tickets To Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Film Prescreening At The Cine Capri Theater In Phoenix, Arizona, 19 May 1980.
64 Star Wars Intergalactic Passport, 1983
Publication (4 x 6 inch) of Ballantine Books, New York:NY, October 1983, 16 Pages.
65 Star Wars Film Narrative Resources and Skywalker Scrunchies Recipe, 1994-2002
Newspaper, Magazine and Journal Articles About The Narratives in The Film Series, Digital Filmmaking, Typewritten Plot Notes, and Skywalker Scrunchies Cookie Recipe.
Includes:
Phantom Legacy, Magazine Article By John Horn, Premiere, July 1999.

Probing Phantom Subtext, Journal Article By Peter Bart, Variety, 7-13 June 1999.

Hunt For Hidden Messages Makes 'Menace' Menacing, Journal Article By Peter Bart, Variety, Undated.

Discovering Legends, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, The New York Times The Sunday Times, 4 September 1994.

Cause and FX, Magazine Article By Peter Rainer, New York Magazine, 24 May 1999.

Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace, Magazine Article By Armond White, Unkown Publisher.

Soft-War, Magazine Article, By Andrew O'Hehir, Unidentified Publisher.

Star Wars: The Forces and Faces, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, USA Today, 19 May 1999.

Star Wars Legends of The Generations, Newspaper Article By Monty Phan, The Arizona Republic, 27 April 1999.

The Phantom Reel, Magazine Article By N'Gai Croal, Newsweek, 7 June 1999.

Brave New Worlds, Journal Article By Ron Magid, American Cinematographer, September 2002.

Manhattan's Loews Screens Won't Show 'Star Wars', Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unkonwn Publisher.

New 'Star' Born In Firm Terms, By Andrew Hindes, Variety, 6 April 1999.

'Star' Turns Lucas Into Double Feature, By Peter Bart, Variety, 12 April 1999.

A Galaxy Far, Far Away Is Becoming Fully Digital, Newspaper Article By Ian Austen, The New York Times, 25 May 2000.
66 Star Wars Trilogy St. Vincent and The Grenadines Stamps; One Sheet of Nine Stamps. 1995 (5½ x 7 inch Sheet; 1⅜ x 2 inch Postage Stamps
Stamps Depict Darth Vader, A Stormtrooper and Yoda. Includes International Collectors Society Certificate of Authenticity, Issue SW1 Number 3697.
67 Star Wars Website Resources, 1997
Website Resources: Caught In The Web, Web Article By Ryan Eilders, http://news.vpsa.asu.edu; One Newsgroup Discussion About Star Wars; Two Yellow, Sticky-note Pages With Handwritten Uniform Resource Locator Addresses.
68 Star Wars Theatrical Re-release and Return of the Jedi Resources, 1997-1999
Newspaper, Magazine and Journal Articles Published In 1997 About The 20th Anniversary Re-Release of Star Wars In Theatres.
Includes:
Jedi Returns As Old-Fashioned (But High Tech) Radio Drama, Newspaper Article By Scott Craven, The Arizona Republic, 17 October 1996.

The Remaking of Star Wars, Magazine Aricle By Steve Daly, Entertainment Weekly, 10 January 1997.

Why Is The Force Still With Us? Journal Article By John Seabrook, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

'Star' Wears Out Its Welcome, Newspaper Article By Bob Fenster, The Arizona Republic, 31 January 1997.

The Force Is Still With Us, Magazine Article By David A. Kaplan, Newsweek, 20 January 1997.

The Dark Side of A Hit, Magazine Article By David Ansen, Newsweek, 20 January 1997.

Star Struck, Magazine Article By Tom Russo, Premiere, February 1997.

Hey, Is George Lucas Really Going To Make Another 'Star Wars', Ziggy Newspaper Comic By Tom Wilson, The Arizona Republic, 5 August 1997.

The Original Scarier Version of Star Wars, "Off The Mark" Newspaper Comic By Mark Parisi, The Arizona Republic, 8 September 1997.

Limited Release of Original 'Star Wars' Movies In THX, Journal Article, Uncredited, Widescreen Review, Issue 15, Undated.

A Force To Reckon With: Star Wars Convention Has Universal Appeal, Newpaper Article By Scott Craven, The Arizona Republic, 30 October 1997.

'Star Wars' In D.C. Takes In Magic, Myth, Newspaper Article By Chuck Myers, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

Common Mistake At The Star Wars Cantina, "Off The Mark" Newspaper Comic By Mark Parisi, Unidentified Publisher, 13 January 1998.

Cd of The Month: The Empire Strikes Back, Journal Aricle By Howard Maxford, Film Review, June 1997.

Book Od The Month: Empire Building, Journal Article, Uncredited, Film Review, June 1997.

Film Purist Is Red Hot Over Darth Vader Turning Blue, Newspaper Article By Robert W. Butler, The Arizona Republic, 23 February 1997.

Star Wars, "Benson's View" Newspaper Comic By Steve Benson, The Arizona Republic, March 1997.

Star Wars: Always, Journal Article By Andrew Lewis Conn, Film Comment, May-June 1998.

Peake Condition, Magazine Article By David Denby, New York Magazine, 17 February 1997.

Last and Least: 'Return of The Jedi' Has Case of The Cutes, Newspaper Article By Marshall Fine, Tribune Newspaper, 14 March 1997.

'Jedi' Caps Re-Release Revolution, Newspaper Article By Bob Fenster, The Arizona Republic, 14 March 1997.

May The Sales Force Be With You, "Shoe" Newspaper Comic By Susie MacNelly, Unidentified Publisher, May 1997.

$tar War$ Collector Items From The Old Movies Are Worth Big Bucks Now! Magazine Article, Uncredited, National Enquirer, 25 February 1997.

Kitch As Kitch Can: Collectible Market Vibrant, Newspaper Article By Mara Der Hovanesian, The Arizona Republic, 19 April 1997.

Real Force Is In Bidding For New 'Star Wars' Toys, Newspaper Article By Mark Tran, The Arizona Republic, 14 September 1997.

'Star Wars' Figures A Marketing Force, Newspaper Article By Anita Gold, The Arizona Republic, 27 September 1997.

The Search For Snootles, Newspaper Article By Helen O'Neill, The Arizona Republic, 9 February 1997.

'Star Wars' Success Puts R2-D2 On A Roll, Newspaper Article By Scott Craven, The Arizona Republic, 27 October 1997.

Sir Alec Unable To Handle Hype Over 'Star Wars', Newspaper Article, Unnkown Publisher, Undated.

Luke-Warm: Hamill Defends Career After 'Star Wars', Newspaper Article By Sharon Waxman, The Arizona Republic, 28 February 1997.

Star Wars Strikes Back, Magazine Article, Uncredited, Nickelodeon, Undated.

Inside The New Star Wars, Magazine Article By Steve Daly, Entertainment Weekly, 13 June 1997.

Trilogy Hits $1 Billion With Release of 'Jedi', Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Tribune Newspapers, 21 March 1997.

Waiting For Star Wars, Magazine Article By Andrew Williams, Newsweek, 1 February 1999.

In The Shadow of Star Wars, Newspaper Article By Bob Fenster, The Arizona Republic, 9 May 1999.

Sci-Fi Stinkers, Newspaper Article By Richard Nilsen, The Arizona Republic, 9 May 1999.

Harkins Gearing Up For 1997 Re-Release of 'Star Wars', Newspaper Article By Kyle Lawson, The Phoenix Gazette, 6 March 1995.
69 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Resources, 1999
Journal, Newspaper and Magazine Articles About Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Film.
Includes:
Constellation of Collectibles, Newspaper Article By Monty Pham, The Arizona Republic, 15 March 1999, First Page.

Star Bores, Journal Article By Anthony Lane, The New Yorker, 24 May 1999.

Part The Seas For Part The First? Newspaper Article By Eric Korn, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

Soft-War, Newspaper Article By Andrew O'Hehir, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

'Star Wars': Episode 1 The Phantom Menace, Newspaper Article By Armond White, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

The Power of Myth, Web Articles, Uncredited, http://www.starwars.com/episode-I/news/, 16 April 1999, and 19 May 1999.

'Star Wars' The Toys, Newspaper Article By Jaimee Rose, The Arizona Republic, 29 April 1999.

The Hyping of 'Star Wars', Magazine Article By David Ansen, Newsweek, 19 May 1999.

Merch Madness, Magazine Article By Jeff Jensen, Newsweek, 14 May 1999

Force of Publishing Kills 'Star Wars' Hero, Newspaper Article By Mike Snider, USA Today, 14 October 1999.

Special Issue 'Star Wars' The Phantom Menace, Magazine Article By Kenneth Turan, Frank Decaro, Hilary De Vries, Mary Murphy, David Gritten; TV Guide; 15 May 1999.

'Star Wars': The Force Is Back At Last! Magazine Article By David Kamp, Vanity Fair, February 1999.

Inside 'Star Wars', Magazine Article By Steve Daly, Entertainment Weekly, 21 May 1999.

Fast-Food Biz Chokes On 'Star Wars' Toys, Magazine Article By Jill Goldsmith, Variety, 26 July-1 August 1999.

'Star Wars': The Complete Guide To The Phantom Menace, Magazine Article By Richard Corliss, Time, 26 April 1999.
610 Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Resources, 2000-2002
Newspaper and Magazine Aricles About Star Wars Episode II: Attack of The Clones Film.
Includes:
Long Ago In A Galaxy Far, Far Away: Your Guide To 'Attack of The Clones' and 'Star Wars' Saga, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Arts & Entertainment For The East Valley, 12 May 2002.

Love In A Distant Galaxy, Magazine Article, Uncredited, Vanity Fair, March 2002.

Star Wars: George Lucas Sends In The 'Clones', Newspaper Article By Bill Muller, The Arizona Republic, 16-22 May 2002.

Great Expectations, Newspaper Aricle By Craig Outhier, The Arizona Republic, 16 May 2002.

'Clones' Not Slowed By Spidey, So-So Reviews, Newspaper Article By Scott Bowles, USA Today, 20 May 2002.

Yoda Cuts A Swath To The Top, Newspaper Article By Scott Bowles, USA Today, Undated.

'Star Wars' Countdown Begins, Newspaper Article By Scott Bowles, USA Today, Undated.

The Force Fails George Lucas, Newspaper Article By James P. Pinkerton, Newsday, Undated.

Young Stars of 'Clones' Avoid Limelight, Newspaper Article By Scott Bowles, USA Today, Undated.

Nobody's Puppet: Yoda's Ferocity He Shows, Newspaper Article By Bob Longino, The Arizona Republic, 3 June 2002.

The New Face of Star Wars, Magazine Article, Uncredited, Entertainment Weekly, 30 June-7 July, 2000.

Digital Cinema, By George, Journal Article By Benjamin Bergery, American Cinematographer, September 2001.

Star Struck, Magazine Article By David Benby,The New Yorker, 20 May 2002.

The Making of Star Wars, Magazine Article By Jeff Jensen, Entertainment Weekly, 17 May 2002.

Framing The Future, Journal Article By Benjamin Bergery, American Cinematographer, September 2001.

R2-D2 The Untold Story, By Michael Davis and Glenn Gaslin, TV Guide, 24-30 November 2001.

Resigned To Another Blockbuster, Newspaper Article By A. O. Scott, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

Ready For 'Attack' Theaters Hope 'Clone' Comes With Friendlier Terms, Magazine Article By Dave Mcnary, Variety 18-24 February 2002.

A Very American Movie, Newspaper Article By Bruce Sterling, The New York Times, 15 May 2002.

The Lights and Shadows of 'Star Wars', By Christopher Theokas, Mike Snider and Scott Bowles, USA Today, 15 May 2002.

Shooting 'Star Wars,' Bit By Bit, Newspaper Article By Eric A. Taub, The New York Times, 23 May 2002.

Analyze This: Hidden Gems In 'Attack of The Clones', Newspaper Article By Scott Bowles and Christopher Theokas, USA Today, Undated.

The Force Returns, With Caution, Newspaper Aricle By Rick Lyman, The New York Times, 29 April 2002.
611 Star Wars Novel and Fan Collections Resources, 2002-2005
Newspaper and Magazine Articles About The Novels, Exhibits and Fan Collections.
Includes:
Show of Force, Newspaper Article By David Germain, The East Valley Tribune, 12 May 2002.

Demystifying Yoda: Insiders' Tales Lighten Gravity of 'Star Wars', Newspaper Article By Anthony Breznican, The Arizona Republic, 22 September 2004.

New 'Star Wars' Novelization Should Tide Over Fans Till May, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, The Arizona Republic, Undated.

'Star Wars' Finishes With A Toy/Game Flourish, Newspaper Article By Mike Snider, USA Today, 1 April 2005.

Exhibit Melds Science, Fiction of 'Star Wars', Newspaper Article By Theo Emery, The Arizona Republic, 27 November 2005.

This Week In A Bookstore Not Far Away..., Newspaper Article By Mike Snider, USA Today, 1 April 2005.

End of 'Star Wars' A Galactic Blow To Fan Geekdom, Newspaper Article By Jake Coyle, The Arizona Republic, 28 May 2005.

Serious Fans Build 'Star Wars' Shrines, Newspaper Article By Rich Copley, The Arizona Republic, 9 July 2005.

Growing Force: 'Star Wars' Buffs On Cutting Edge of Backyard-Film Phenomenon, Newspaper Article By Tish Wells, The Arizona Republic, 20 March 2005.
612 Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Resources, 2005
Newspaper and Magazine Articles About Revenge of The Sith Film.
Includes:
Political Spoilers, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

The Stars Finally Align In 'Revenge of The Sith', Newspaper Article By Claudia Puig, USA Today, 16 May 2005.

Star Wars: Revenge of The Sith, Magazine Article By Kirk Honeycutt, Hollywood Reporter, 6-8 May 2005.

The End of The Empire, Magazine Article By David Ansen, Newsweek, 16 May 2005.

Dark Side Rising, Magazine Article By Richard Corliss, Time, 9 May 2005.

How Star Wars Saved My Life, Magazine Article By John Cloud, Time, 9 May 2005.

Vader To Black, Magazine Article By Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly, 27 May 2005.

'Star Wars' On Track For Record Opening, Newspaper Article By David M. Halbfinger, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

Some Surprises In That Galaxy Far, Far Away, Newspaper Article By A. O. Scott, The New York Times, 16 May 2005.

The Star Wars Spectacular, Magazine Article By Jim Windolf, Vanity Fair, February 2005.

Anthony Daniels Quite, Newpaper Article, Uncredited, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

Galaxy Questions, Magazine Article, Uncredited, Entertainment Weekly, 3 June 2005.

'Sith' B.O. Density Fulfilled, Magazine Article By Brian Fuson, The Hollywood Reporter, 23 May 2005.

'Star Wars' Is About Fantasy, Not Politics, Newspaper Article, Letters To The Editor, Unkown Publisher, Undated.

'Star Wars' Is Quickly Politicized, Newspaper Article By David M. Halbfinger, The New York Times, 19 May 2005.

Group Asks Burger King To Halt 'Star Wars' Deal, Newspaper Article By Bruce Horovitz, USA Today, 24 May 2005.

Auteur Is Born, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, The Wall Street Journal, Undated.

A Galaxy of 'Sith' Reviews, Some Ga-Ga, Some So-So, Newspaper Article By Various Authors, USA Today, 20 May 2005.

There's More Than Meets The Eye In 'Sith', Newspaper Article By Scott Bowles, USA Today, Undated.

Turn On, Tune In, Veg Out, Newspaper Article By Neal Stephenson, The New York Times Op-Ed, 17 June 2005.

Space Case, Magazine Article By Anthony Lane, The New Yorker, 23 May 2005.

Emotions of 'Sith,' Carried By Score, Newspaper Article By Anthony Tommasini, The New York Times, Undated.

Tough Sithuation: 'Star Wars' Fanatics Loathe The Prequels, Newspaper Article By Kate Kelly, The Wall Street Journal, 19 May 2005.

Latest Star Wars Movie Is Wuickly Politicized By Both Sides, Newspaper Article, Uncredited, The New York Times, 10 May 2005.

A Brief History of The (Star Wars) Universe, Newspaper Article By Matthew Erickson, The New York Times, 8 May 2005.

Generation Flap, Newspaper Article By Scott Bowles, USA Today, 13 May 2005.

Anakin and Co. Newspaper Article, Uncredited, The Arizona Republic, Undated.

Lucas Goes To Dull Side: Final 'Star Wars' Dazzles, But Its Plot Loses Force, Newspaper Article By Joe Morgenstern, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.

The 'Star Wars' Chronology, Newspaper Article By Bill Muller, The Arizona Republic, 19 May 2005.

'Star Wars' Heroes Slay Stereotypes, Newspaper Article By Lois Hatton, Unidentified Publisher, Undated.
613 Just Kids Nostalgia Auction Catalog No. 42, Undated
Auction Catalog For Star Wars Collectibles, Page 10.
614 Star Wars Action Figures Proof of Purchase Seals, Undated
General Mills Proof of Purchase Seals, Cut From Merchandise Packaging, 56 Total.
615 Star Wars Video Announcement, 1983 (8½ x 11 Inch Videocassette Release Flier)
616 Star Wars ASU Exhibit Resources, 1997-1999
Newspaper and Magazine Articles, and 1997 ASU Hayden Library Star Wars Exhibit Resources.
Includes:
The Force Comes To ASU, Newspaper Article By Dan Dunn, The Tribune, 22 May 1997.

'Star Wars' Comes To Hayden Library, Magazine Article By Judith Smith, ASU Insight, 14 May 1999.

'Star Wars' Exhibit Celebrates 20 Years of Myth, Magic, Memorabilia, Newspaper Article By Erik Ellis, ASU News Bureau, 29 April 1997.

C-3PO Postcard, Sent By Tom Turner To Marilyn Wurzburger, 1983.

Arizona Star Wars Convention, Handwritten Note To "See The Science Fiction Collection Conferences".
Series IV: Co-branded Tie In Products
Series IV: Co-branded Tie In Products (Boxes 7-14, 1977-1997) contains consumer products with multiple company branded logos or images used to promote the films. Companies represented include Coca Cola, Hallmark, Frito-Lay, General Mills, Micromachines, Pepperidge Farm, Pepsi, Pez, Taco Bell and Thermos. This series is arranged by manufacturer and then by size. Bulk dates are 1983-1997.
BoxItem
71 Coca-Cola Burger King Luke Skywaker 12 Ounce Beverage Glass, 1977
72 Coca-Cola Burger King Lando Calrissian 12 Ounce Beverage Glass, 1980
73 Coca-Cola Burger King Ewok Village 12 Ounce Beverage Glass, 1983
74 Coca-Cola Burger King Jabba the Hutt 12 Ounce Beverage Glass, 1983
Box
8 Thermos The Empire Strikes Back Lunchbox, 1981
Includes Flip'n'Sip Beverage Container.
CartonItem
91 Hallmark Star Wars Revenge of the Sith, The Rise of Lord Vader Ornament, 1994
Hallmark 2014 Keepsake Ornament with Magic Sound, 3 x 2 1/2 x 4 7/8 Inch Unopened Box.
92 Hallmark Lego Star Wars Boba Fett Ornament, 1994
Hallmark 2014 Keepsake Ornament of Lego Boba Fett Minifigure, 2 1/2 x 1 7/8 x 3 5/8 Inch Unopened Box.
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101 Pepperidge Farm Creatures Tumblers, 1983
Mail-in promotion. Consumers mailed three package wrappers to Pepperidge Farm and received four tumblers. Tumbler image of Max Rebo, Droopy McCool, Sy Snoodles and Logray.
102 Pepperidge Farm Rebels Tumbler, 1983
Mail-in promotion. Consumers mailed three package wrappers to Pepperidge Farm and received four tumblers. Image of Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Lando Calrissian and Leia Organa.
103 Pepperidge Farm Vehicles Tumbler, 1983
Mail-in promotion. Consumers mailed three package wrappers to Pepperidge Farm and received four tumblers. Image of Jabba the Hutt's Desert Skiff and Sail Barge.
104 Pepperidge Farm Vehicles Tumbler, 1983
Mail-in promotion. Consumers mailed three package wrappers to Pepperidge Farm and received four tumblers. Image of Jabba the Hutt's Desert Skiff and Sail Barge.
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111 Pepsi: Diet Pepsi Bottle, 1983
Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition; Image of Stormtrooper Helmet; 2 Liter, Made of Polyethylene Terephthalate Plastic.
112 Pepsi Can, 2000
Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace, No. 1 Collectors Can. Image of Anakin Skywalker, 12 Fluid Ounces, Made of Aluminum. Use by date is 31 January 2000.
113Frito Lay Holographic Cards 1996 (2½ x 2⅛ Inch Cards)
Two identical cards. Image of Darth Vader's ship above Endor. Reverse Text "The Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition, 5 in a Series of 6. Darth Vader's shuttle lifts off from the forest moon of Endor for the Death Star II. Experience the Adventure. Doritos Cheetos, circa 1996, Lucasfilm Ltd., Recot Inc., 1997".
114 General Mills Star Wars Cockpit of the Millennium Falcon Sticker, 1997
General Mills Star Wars Cockpit of the Millenium Falcon Sticker.
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121 Pez Boba Fett, 1997
122 Pez C-3PO, 1997
123 Pez C-3PO, 1997
124 Pez C-3PO, 1997
125 Pez Chewbacca, 1997
Includes Cardboard Packaging, Opened.
126 Pez Chewbacca, 1997
127 Pez Darth Vader, 1997
128 Pez Darth Vader, 1997
129 Pez Darth Vader, 1997
1210 Pez Luke Skywalker, 1997
1211 Pez Luke Skywalker, 1997
1212 Pez Princess Leia Organa, 1997
1213 Pez Princess Leia Organa, 1997
1214 Pez Stormtrooper, 1997
1215 Pez Stormtrooper, 1997
1216 Pez Yoda, 1997
1217 Pez Yoda, 1997
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131 Taco Bell Promotional Inserts, 1996
Promotional Inserts:
1. Taco Bell Balancing Boba Fett Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition.

2. Taco Bell Exploding Death Star Spinner Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition.

3. Taco Bell Magic Cube Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition.

4. Taco Bell Millennim Flacon Gyro Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition.

5. Taco Bell Puzzle Cube Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition.

6. Taco Bell R2-D2 Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition.

7. Taco Bell Yoda Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition.
132 Taco Bell Instruction Inserts, 1996
Instruction Inserts:
1. Taco Bell Balancing Boba Fett.

2. Taco Bell Puzzle Cube.

3. Taco Bell R2-D2.

4. Taco Bell Exploding Death Star Spinner.

5. Taco Bell Yoda.

6. Taco Bell Millennium Falcon Gyro.
133 Taco Bell Balancing Boba Fett, 1996
Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition. Distributed with children's meals. Boba Fett is 5½ inches in height. Includes Sarlaac Pit Base Stand.
134 Taco Bell Balancing Boba Fett, 1996
Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition. Distributed with children's meals. Boba Fett is 5½ inches in height.
135 Taco Bell Puzzle Cube, 1996 (2 x 2 x 2 Inch)
Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition. Distributed with children's meals.
136 Taco Bell Puzzle Cube, 1996 (2 x 2 x 2 Inch)
Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition. Distributed with children's meals.
137 Taco Bell R2-D2, 1996
Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition. Distributed with children's meals. R2-D2 (3 inch) contains a Pricesss Leia figure (2½ inches), stand and Lenticular Card (1¾ x 1½ inches).
138 Taco Bell Floating Cloud City, 1996
Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition. Distributed with children's meals. Cloud City (3 inch) floats and rotates inside a stand using magnets embedded in the toy and stand.
139 Taco Bell Exploding Death Star Spinner, 1996
Star Wars A New Hope. When spinning, the Death Star rotates, opens, reveals the "main reactor", and flashes lights. Includes stand.
1310 Taco Bell Exploding Death Star Spinner, 1996
Star Wars A New Hope. When spinning, the Death Star rotates, opens, reveals the "main reactor", and flashes lights. Includes stand.
1311 Taco Bell Yoda, 1996
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back. Yoda is 3" in height.
1312 Taco Bell Magic Cube, 1996
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back. Magic Cube Reveals Images of Darth Vader and Yoda (2½ x 2½ x 2½ Inch).
1313 Taco Bell Magic Cube, 1996
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Magic Cube Reveals Images of Darth Vader and Yoda (2½ x 2½ x 2½ Inch).
1314 Taco Bell Millennium Falcon Gyro, 1996
Star Wars A New Hope. Millennium Falcon (4 x 1½ Inch). Use T-stick to engage internal "engines", and appears to fly when on stand. Includes stand and T-stick.
1315 Taco Bell Millennium Falcon Gyro, 1996
Star Wars A New Hope. Millennium Falcon (4 x 1½ Inch). Use T-stick to engage internal "engines", and appears to fly when on stand.
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141 MicroMachines Star Wars Death Star, 1994
Unopened package, includes Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Lord Darth Vader, Princess Leia Organa, R2-D2 action figures; and X-Wing Starfighter vehicle. Manufactured by Lewis Galoob Toys, Inc.
142 MicroMachines Star Wars Endor, 1994
Unopened package, includes Boba Fett, Chewbacca, Ewok, Stormtrooper, Yoda action figures; and AT-ST vehicle. Manufactured by Lewis Galoob Toys, Inc.
143 MicroMachines Star Wars Ice Planet Hoth, 1994
Unopened package, includes C-3PO, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia Organa, Stormtrooper action figure; and Imperial AT-AT vehicle. Manufactured by Lewis Galoob Toys, Inc.
144 MicroMachines Star Wars Planet Dagobah, 1994
Unopened package, includes Lord Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, R2-D2, Yoda action figures; and X-wing Starfighter vehicle. Manufactured by Lewis Galoob Toys, Inc.
145 MicroMachines Star Wars Planet Tatooine, 1994
Unopened package, includes Boba Fett, Jabba the Hutt, Salacious Crumb, Max Rebo, Princess Leia Organa, Sy Snoodles action figures; and Cargo Skiff vehicle. Manufactured by Lewis Galoob Toys, Inc.
146 MicroMachines Star Wars The Truce at Bakura, 1996
Unopened package, includes Bluescale, Dev Sibwarra, Gaeriel Captison action figures; and Flurry and Shriwirr vehicles. Packaging looks like the paperback novel The Truce at Bakura by Author Kathy Tyers. Open the cover to view the action figures. Manufactured by Lewis Galoob Toys, Inc.
147 MicroMachines Star Wars Jedi Search, 1996
Unopened package, includes Admiral Dala, Kyp Durron, Moruth Doole action figures; and Sun Crusher, TIE Fighter, Z-95 Headhunter vehicles. Packaging looks like the paperback novel Jedi Search by Author Kevin J. Anderson. Open the cover to view the action figures. Manufactured by Lewis Galoob Toys, Inc.
148 MicroMachines Star Wars Princess Leia Organa Boushh, 1996
Includes Princess Leia Organa Boushh action figure, no packaging. Manufactured by Lewis Galoob Toys, Inc.
149 MicroMachines Star Wars Jawa, 1996
Includes Jawa action figure, no packaging. Manufactured by Lewis Galoob Toys, Inc.
1410 MicroMachines Star Wars Yoda, 1996
Includes Yoda action figure, no packaging. Manufactured by Lewis Galoob Toys, Inc.
Series V: Licensed Products
Series V: Licensed Products (Boxes 15-19, 1980-1997) contains consumer products licensed by a company to use the Star Wars branded logo and images. Of note is the Darth Vader action figure collector's case. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1980-1983.
BoxItem
151 Yoda Puppet, 1981 (9 Inch)
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Latex hand puppet with white synthetic hair. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
BoxItem
161 The Empire Strikes Back Yoda Notepad, 1980 (Spiralbound Notepad; 70 Sheets of Lined Paper)
Image of Yoda on Dabobah; Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back logo on back cover.
162 Yoda the Jedi Master Bookmark, 1983 (Light-Weight Cardboard; 2 x 7 Inch)
Reverse Text Star Wars Return of the Jedi, Bookmark #8, 089-394-85944-8, Published by Random House New York.
163 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Napkins, 1980 (Package of 16 Three-Ply Napkins)
Image of C-3PO, R2-D2, Boba Fett and Darth Vader. Manufactured by Drawing Board.
164 Star Wars Valentines, 1997 (30 2¼ x 4 Inch Valentines with Envelopes; Unopened)
Manufactured by Paper Magic Group, Inc.
165 Star Wars Holographic Valentines, 1997 (30 2½ x 4½ Inch Stand-Up Valentines with Envelopesw)
Manufactured by Paper Magic Group, Inc.
166 Star Wars A New Hope Fun With Stickers, 1996
Package of 41 stickers to color, and eight washable markers. Manufactured by Rose Art.
167 The Empire Strikes Back Pencil, 1980
White pencil with blue logo and images from the film, unused.
168 Star Wars Return of the Jedi Pencil, 1983
Red pencil with black logo and images of Darth Vader, sharpened, no eraser.
169 Star Wars the Empire Strikes Back Yoda the Jedi Master Beverage Cup, 1980
Image of Yoda (4 x 3½ Inch). Manufactured by Deka.
1610 Star Wars Return of the Jedi Beverage Cup, 1983
Images of Luke Skywalker, Yoda the Jedi Master, Darth Vader and the Emperor's Royal Guard (4 x 3½ Inch). Manufactured by Deka.
1611 Star Wars Return of the Jedi Bowl, 1983
Images of Luke Skywalker, Yoda, Sy Snoodles and the Rebo Band. Manufactured by Deka.
1612 Star Wars Wristwatch, 1980
Quartz Digital Wristwatch; Image of R2-D2 and C-3PO. Manufactured by Bradley.
1613 Star War R2-D2 Metal Keychain, 1996
Manufactured by Placo Toys.
1614 Star War R2-D2 Cake Candle, 1980 (3½ x 1½ Inch)
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Cake Candle in the shape of R2-D2. Paper, press-out inserts printed on back of card for use on candle; inserts text "Happy Birthday 1", "Happy Birthday 2", "Happy Birthday", "May The Force Be With You". Manufactured by Wilton Enterprises.
1615 Star War R2-D2 Cake Candle, 1980 (3½ x 1½ Inch)
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Cake Candle in the shape of R2-D2. Paper, press-out inserts printed on back of card for use on candle; inserts text "Happy Birthday 1", "Happy Birthday 2", "Happy Birthday", "May The Force Be With You". Manufactured by Wilton Enterprises.
1616 Star War Soap Collection, 1982 (4 Bars)
Bars of soap (1 Ounce) with pressed figures of Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, Yoda and Chwebacca. Packaging is blue with white images of space, TIE fighters and X-Wing Fighters in battle. Slogan "They Make It Fun To Get Clean On Earth". Manufactured by Omni Cosmetics Corporation.
1617 Darth Vader Blow-out Party Favors, 1981
Three paper, blowout party favors; no noisemakers.
BoxItem
171 C-3PO Ceramic Mug, 1983 (4½ Inch)
Ceramic mug manufactured by the Towle/Sigma Giftware Company.
172 Chewbacca Ceramic Mug, 1983 (4½ Inch)
Ceramic mug manufactured by the Towle/Sigma Giftware Company.
173 Darth Vader Ceramic Mug, 1983 (4½ Inch)
Ceramic mug manufactured by the Towle/Sigma Giftware Company.
174 Darth Vader Ceramic Mug, 1983 (4½ Inch)
Ceramic mug manufactured by the Towle/Sigma Giftware Company.
175 Han Solo Ceramic Mug, 1983 (4½ Inch)
Ceramic mug manufactured by the Towle/Sigma Giftware Company.
176 Princess Leia Organa Ceramic Mug, 1983 (4½ Inch)
Ceramic mug manufactured by the Towle/Sigma Giftware Company.
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181 Gamorrean Guard Ceramic Mug, 1983 (4½ Inch)
Ceramic mug manufactured by the Towle/Sigma Giftware Company.
182 Luke Skywalker Ceramic Mug, 1983 (4½ Inch)
Ceramic mug manufactured by the Towle/Sigma Giftware Company.
183 Yoda Ceramic Mug, 1983 (4½ Inch)
Ceramic mug manufactured by the Towle/Sigma Giftware Company.
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191 Darth Vader The Empire Strikes Back Collector Case, 1980 (15 3/4 Inch)
Includes Action Figure Identification Card; Pre-printed Action Figures Sticker Label Sheet. Holds 30 Action Figures. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
192 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Calendar, 1981
Published by Balantine Books.
Series VI: Action Figures
Series VI: Action Figures (Boxes 20-30, 1977-1996) contains 125 character action figures approximately 3 inches in height; and creatures and vehicles featured in the films. They were produced by Kenner Products. Of note are several rare action figures sold before the first film release in 1977. Many are fragile and have removable accessories, such as helmets and weapons. Accessories are housed with the associated action figure. Also of note are action figures in original packaging (Box 30).
Figures produced prior to release of the first film (1977) were sometimes identified using phoenetic spelling rather than alpha-numeric. Manufacturers used the phoenetic spelling found in the screenplay as their resource. The common alphanumeric spelling was used after 1977. Figures are labeled using the alphanumeric character name, which conforms to Library of Congress convention. Phoenetic names that appeared on the original packaging are documented in the notes for those figures.
Duplicate figures may be from different manufacturers and may have noticeable production variations, e.g., face paint, hair color, skin color or paint precision. This series is arranged first numerically, then alphabetically by character name. Box 29 contains action figures that Salerno displayed on playsets (Series IX) in his office. Bulk dates are 1977-1984.
BoxItem
201 Droopy McCool 1983
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Accessories: Music Stand, Gray; Musical Instrument, Black. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
202 Max Rebo, 1983
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Accessories: Organ. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
203 Sy Snootles, 1983
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Accessories: Microphone, Gray; Sy Snootles Skirt. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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211 2-1B (Medical Droid), 1980
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Also Identified As Two-Onebee. Accessories: Medical Staff. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
212 4-LOM, 1981
Access Restrictions
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The Manufacturer Superimposed The Names of 4-LOM and Zuckuss In The First Production of These Figures (1981). The Mistake Was Corrected In The 1989 Figures. This Action Figure is Identified by the Character Name. Accessories: 4-LOM Rifle, 4-LOM Backpack, 4-LOM Cloak. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
213 8D8, 1983
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
214 Admiral Akbar, 1982
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Accessories: Admiral Staff. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
215 Amanaman, 1985
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Accessories: Headhunter Staff. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
215 Amanaman Silver Premium Coin, 1984
Access Restrictions
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Kennar Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The Amanaman Coin (1984) Is Housed With The Amanaman Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
216 Anakin Skywalker, 1985
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Accessories: Robe, Gray. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
217 AT-AT Driver, 1980
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Accessories: AT-T Driver Rifle. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
218 AT-AT Driver, 1980
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Accessories: AT-T Driver Rifle. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
219 AT-AT Driver, 1980
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2110 AT-AT Driver, 1980
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2111 AT-ST Driver, 1984
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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221 A-Wing Pilot, 1984
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Accessories: Endor Blaster, Black; Premium Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
221 A-Wing Pilot Premium Coin, 1984
Access Restrictions
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The A-Wing Pilot Coin (1984) Is Housed With The A-Wing Pilot Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
222 Barada, 1985
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Accessories: Skiff Guard Battle Staff, Premium Silver Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
222 Barada Premium Coin, 1984
Access Restrictions
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The Barada Coin Is Housed With The Barada Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
223 Bespin Security Guard, 1980
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Note Light Skin Color. Accessories: Bespin Blaster, Blue. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
224 Bespin Security Guard, 1981
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Note Dark Skin Color. Accessories: Bespin Blaster, Blue. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
225 Biker Scout, 1983
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Accessories: Scout Blaster. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
226 Bib Fortuna, 1983
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Accessories: Battle Staff, Cloak, Belt. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
227 Boba Fett, 1979
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Accessories: Stormtrooper Blaster. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
228 Bossk, 1980
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Accessories: Bossk Rifle. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
229 B-Wing Pilot, 1984
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Accessories: Endor Blaster, Gray. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2210 C-3PO, 1977
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2211 C-3PO, 1982
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Note Removable Limbs. Accessories: Backpack. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2212 Chewbacca, 1977
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Accessories: Bowcaster Rifle. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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231 Cloud Car Pilot, 1983
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
232 Darth Vader, 1977
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Note Fragile, Moveable Parts. Accessories: Single Telescoping Lightsaber, Red; Vinyl Cape, Black. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
233 Death Squad Commander, 1977
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Also Known As Star Destroyer Commander. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
234 Death Star Droid, 1978
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
235 Death Star Droid, 1978
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
236 Dengar, 1980
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Accessories: Stormtrooper Rifle. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
237 Emperor, 1984
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Also Known As Palpatine Or Darth Sidious. Accessories: Walking Stick. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
238 Emperor's Royal Guard, 1983
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Accessories: Force Pike; Inner Cloak; Outer Cloak, Red. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
239 EV-9D9, 1985
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Note Use Caution When Handling, The Legs and Arms Are Removable and Two "Arm" Are Broken. Accessories: Premium Silver Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
239 EV-9D9 Premium Coin, 1985
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The EV-9D9 Coin (1984) Is Housed With The EV-9D9 Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2310 FX-7, 1980
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Also Known As Medical Droid. Note Use Caution When Handling, Two Extendable "Arms"> Are Broken. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2311 Gamorrean Guard, 1983
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Accessories: Guard Axe. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2312 General Madine, 1983
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Accessories: Rebel Battle Staff. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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241 General Madine, 1983
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Accessories: Rebel Battle Staff. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
242 General Veers, 1980
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Also Known As AT-AT Commander. Accessories: Bespin Blaster, Blue. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
243 Greedo, 1978
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Accessories: Smuggler Blaster. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
244 Hammerhead, 1978
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Accessories: Stormtrooper Blaster. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
245 Han Solo, 1977
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Accessories: Smuggler Blaster. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
246 Han Solo (Bespin Outfit), 1980
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Accessories: Bespin Blaster, Blue. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
247 Han Solo (Bespin Outfit), 1980
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Accessories: Bespin Blaster, Blue. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
248 Han Solo (Hoth Outfit), 1980
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Accessories: Smuggler Blaster. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
249 Han Solo (Trench coat), 1984
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Accessories: Trench Coat; Rebel Blaster, Black. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2410 Han Solo (Carbonite Chamber), 1984
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Accessories: Carbonite Chamber, Premium Silver Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2410 Han Solo Carbon Freeze Premium Coin, 1984
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The Han Solo Carbon Freeze Coin Is Housed With The Han Solo (Carbonite Chamber) Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2411 IG-88, 1980
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Note One Extra Rifle Was Found With Donated Items and Is Housed With This Accessory Because It Was Only Sold With The IG-88 Figure. Accessories: Stormtrooper Blaster,Two IG-88 Rifles. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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251 Imperial Commander, 1980
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Accessories: Stormtrooper Blaster. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
252 Imerial Dignitary, 1984
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Accessories: Premium Silver Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
252 Imerial Dignitary Premium Coin, 1984
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The Imperial Dignitary Coin Is Housed With The Imperial Dignitary Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
253 Imperial Gunner, 1984
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Accessories: Endor Blaster, Black; Premium Silver Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
253 Imperial Gunner Premium Coin, 1984
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The Imperial Gunner Coin Is Housed With The Imperial Gunner Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
254 Imperial Stormtrooper, 1977
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Accessories: Stormtrooper Blaster. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
255 Imperial Stormtrooper (Hoth Battle Gear), 1980
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Accessories: Stormtrooper Rifle, Blue. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
256 Imperial TIE Fighter Pilot, 1982
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Accessories: Pilot Blaster, Gray. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
257 Jawa, 1977
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Accessories: Jawa Blaster, Fabric Cloak. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
258 Klaatu, 1983
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Accessories: Skiff Guard Vibro Axe, Klaatu Skirt. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
259 Klaatu (Skiff Guard Outfit), 1983
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Accessories: Skiff Guard Force Pike. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2510 Klaatu (Skiff Guard Outfit), 1983
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2511 Lando Calrissian, 1980
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Accessories: Bespin Blaster, Blue; Vinyl Cape, Gray. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2512 Lando Calrissian (General Pilot), 1985
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Accessories: Premium Silver Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2512 Lando Calrissian Rebel General Premium Coin, 1984
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The Lando Calrissian Rebel General Coin Is Housed With The Lando Calrissian (General Pilot) Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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261 Lando Calrissian (Skiff Guard Disguise), 1982
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Note Removable Helmet. Accessories: Skiff Guard Vibro Axe, Skiff Guard Helmet. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
262 Logray, 1983
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Also Known As Ewok Medicine Man. Accessories: Logray Headgear, Shaman Pouch, Shaman Staff. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
263 Luke Skywalker, 1977
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Note Fragile Moveable Parts. Accessories: Single Telescoping Lightsaber, Yellow. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
264 Luke Skywalker (Battle Poncho), 1985
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Accessories: Battle Poncho; Palace Blaster, Black; Poncho Belt, Black; Premium Silver Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
264 Luke Skywalker Rebel Leader Premium Coin, 1984
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The Luke Skywalker Rebel Leader Coin Is Housed With The Luke Skywalker (Battle Poncho) Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
265 Luke Skywalker (Hoth Battle Gear), 1980
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Note Removable Helmet. Accessories: Rebel Rifle, Helmet. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
266 Luke Skywalker (Imperial Storm Trooper Outfit), 1984
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Note Removable Helmet. Imperial Blaster; Stormtrooper Helmet, Premium Silver Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
266 Luke Skywalker Rebel Leader Premium Coin, 1984
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The Luke Skywalker Rebel Leader Coin Is Housed With The Luke Skywalker (Imperial Storm Trooper) Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
267 Luke Skywalker (Jedi Knight Outfit), 1983
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
268 Luke Skywalker (X-Wing Fighter Pilot), 1978
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Accessories: Smuggler Blaster. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
269 Luke Skywalker (X-Wing Fighter Pilot), 1978
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2610 Lobot, 1980
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Accessories: Bespin Blaster, Blue. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2611 Nien Nunb, 1983
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2612 Nikto, 1983
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Accessories: Skiff Guard Battle Staff. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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271 Power Droid, 1978
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
272 Obi-Wan Kenobi, 1977
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Also Known As Ben Kenobi. Note Use Caution When Handling, Telescoping Lightsaber Is Thin and Fragile. Accessories: Single Telescoping Lightsaber, Blue; Vinyl Cape, Brown. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
273 Obi-Wan Kenobi, 1977
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Also Known As Ben Kenobi. Note Use Caution When Handling, Telescoping Lightsaber Is Thin and Fragile. Accessories: Single Telescoping Lightsaber, Blue; Vinyl Cape, Brown. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
274 Princess Leia Organa, 1977
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Accessories: Princess Blaster; Vinyl Cape, White. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
275 Princess Leia Organa (Hoth Outfit), 1980
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Accessories: Princess Blaster. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
276 Princess Leia Organa (Boushh Disguise), 1984
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Note Removable Helmet. Accessories: Boushh Rifle, Boushh Helmet. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
277 Princess Leia Organa (Combat Poncho), 1984
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Note Removable Helmet. Accessories: Battle Helmet; Battle Poncho; Poncho Belt; Endor Blaster, Gray. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
278 Prune Face, 1983
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Accessories: Pruneface Rifle; Pruneface Cloak. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
279 R2-D2, 1977
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Note: Head Rotates and Clicks. Also Identified As Artoo-Detoo. Accessories: Premium Silver Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
279 R2-D2 Rebel Droid Premium Coin, 1984
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The R2-D2 Rebel Droid Coin Is Housed With The R2-D2 Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2710 R2-D2 (Pop-up Lightsaber), 1977
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Note Head Rotates To Pop-Up The Lightsaber. Also Identified As Artoo-Detoo. Accessories: Pop-Up Lightsaber, Green. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2711 R5-D4, 1978
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Note Head Rotates and Clicks. Also Identified As Arfive-Defour. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2712 Rancor Keeper, 1984
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Accessories: Rancor Keeper Hood; Vibroblade. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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281 Rebel Commander, 1980
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Accessories: Rebel Rifle. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
282 Rebel Commando, 1983
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Accessories: Commando Rifle. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
283 Rebel Soldier (Hoth Battle Gear), 1980
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Accessories: Bespin Blaster, Blue. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
284 Ree-Yees, 1983
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Accessories: Ree-Yees Rifle. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
285 Snaggletooth, 1978
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This Figure Is Dark Mauve/Red Color (3 Inches). Manufactured by Kenner Products.
286 Squid Head, 1983
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Accessories: Squid Head Belt; Squid Head Cape; Squid Head Skirt; Bespin Blaster, Gray. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
287 Squid Head, 1983
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Accessories: Squid Head Belt; Squid Head Cape; Squid Head Skirt. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
288 Tusken Raider, 1977
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Also Known As Sand People. Accessories: Vinyl Cape. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
289 Ugnaught, 1980
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Accessories: Apron, Toolbag. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2810 Walrus Man, 1978
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Accessories: Stormtrooper Blaster. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2811 Warrick W. Wicket, 1984
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Accessories: Ewok Spear Wicket Hood. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2812 Weequay, 1983
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Accessories: Skiff Guard Vibroaxe. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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291 Zuckuss, 1982
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The Manufacturer Superimposed The Names of 4-LOM and Zuckuss In The First Production of These Figures. The Mistake Was Corrected In The 1989 Figures. This Action Figure is Identified by the Character Name. Accessories: Zuckuss Rifle. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
295 R2-D2 (Sensorscope), 1977
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Also Identified As Artoo-Detoo. This R2-D2 Figure Was Displayed In The Ewok Village Playset Cargo Net In Salerno's office. Accessories: Pop-Up Sensorscope, Blue. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
296 Chief Chirpa, 1983
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This Ewok Figure Was Displayed On The Ewok Village Playset In Salerno's office. Accessories: Ewok Chief Staff; Chief Chirpa Hood. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
297 Logray, 1983
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Also Known As The Ewok Medicine Man. This Figure Was Displayed On The Ewok Village Playset In Salerno's office. Accessories: Logray Headgear, Shaman Pouch, Shaman Staff. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
298 Romba, 1985
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This Ewok Figure Was Displayed On The Ewok Village Playset In Salerno's office. Accessories: Ewok Spear, Romba Hood, Premium Silver Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
298 Romba Ewok Premium Coin, 1984
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The Romba, Ewok Coin Is Housed With The Romba Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
299 Teebo, 1984
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This Ewok Figure Was Displayed On The Ewok Village Playset In Salerno's office. Accessories: Ewok Battle Horn; Stone Axe; Teebo Headgear. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2910 Warok, 1985
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This Ewok Figure Was Displayed On The Ewok Village Playset In Salerno's office. Accessories: Ewok Bow, Ewok Quiver, Warok Hood, Premium Silver Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2910 Warok Ewok Premium Coin, 1985
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The Warok, Ewok Coin Is Housed With The Warok Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2911 Luke Skywalker (Bespin Fatigues), 1980
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Note This Figure Has Yellow Hair. This Luke Skywalker In Bespin Gear Figure Was Displayed On The Millennium Flacon Playset In Salerno's office. Accessories: Smuggler Blaster, Black. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
2912 Yoda, 1980
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This Yoda Figure Was Housed On The Dagobah Playset In Salerno's office. Accessories: Belt, Cloak, Gimer Stic, Orage Snake. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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301 Death Star Droid, 1978
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Note Package Is Unopened. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
302 Klaatu (Skiff Guard Outfit), 1983
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Includes Original Packaging Card, Opened. Accessories: Skiff Guard Force Pike. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
303 Nikto, 1983
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Includes Original Packaging Card, Opened. Accessories: Skiff Guard Battle Staff. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
304 Paploo, 1984
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Includes Original Packaging Card, Opened. Accessories: Ewok Battle Staff, Paploo Hood, Premium Coin. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
304 Paploo Premium Coin, 1984
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A "Premium" Is A Secondary Collectible Packaged With A Primary Item. This Silver Premium Coin Was Either Packaged With The Action Figure Or Available By Mailing The Company A Proof-of-Purchase. The Paploo Coin Is Housed With The Paploo Action Figure. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
305 Princess Leia Organa (Bespin Gown), 1980
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Includes Original Packaging Card, Opened. Accessories: Vinyl Cape; Princess Blaster, Blue. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
306 Prince Xizor, 1996
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Note Figure Is In Original, Unopened Packaging. This Figure Is From The Shadows of The Empire Graphic Novels. Accessories: Cloak; Energy Blade Shield. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
Series VII: Vehicles
Series VII: Vehicles (Box 31, 1978-1983) contains four action-figure vehicles: two landspeeders, one speeder bike, and one TIE (twin ion engine) fighter from 1978. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1978.
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311 TIE Fighter 1978
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Note Removable Parts, Handle With Care; The Connections Between The Plastic Wings and Die-Cast Body Are Loose and Fragile. Manufacturing Label: 32001, Made In Hong Kong, C. G.M.F.G.I. 1978, Kenner Prod, Cinti Ohio 45202, No. 38590. Accessories: Removable Darth Vader And Cockpit Seat. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
312 Landspeeder, 1978
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Accessories: Passenger Seats, Windshield. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
313 Landspeeder, 1978
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Accessories: Passenger Seats, Windshield. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
314 Speeder Bike, 1983
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Note "Blow Apart Battle Damage" Feature. Speeder Bike Is In Three Parts To Preserve the Original Parts. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
Series VIII: Creatures
Series VIII: Creatures (Box 32, 1979-1984) contains five creatures: one dewback, two tauntauns, one rancor and one wampa. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1979.
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321 Patrol Dewback 1979
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Accessories: Harness; Saddle. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
322 Tauntaun, 1979
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Accessories: Harness; Saddle. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
323 Tauntaun, 1979
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Accessories: Harness; Saddle. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
324 Wampa, 1979
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Also Known As "Hoth Wampa". Manufactured by Kenner Products.
325 Rancor, 1984
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Manufactured by Kenner Products.
Series IX: Playsets
Series IX: Playsets (Boxes 33-36, 1978-1983) contains four playsets: Jabba the Hutt's Throne, the Ewok Village, Planet Dagobah and the 1978 Millennium Falcon. The playsets were displayed in Salerno's office with action figures not originally sold with the playset. These action figures are identified in the notes and are housed in Series VI Box 30. Each playset is housed in a separate box. Bulk dates are 1978-1983.
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331 Jabba the Hutt Throne 1983
Manufactured by Kenner Products.
332 Jabba the Hutt, 1983
Manufactured by Kenner Products.
333 Salacious Crumb, 1983
Manufactured by Kenner Products.
334 Jabba's Pipe, 1983
Note The Pipe Bowl is Not Part of This Collection. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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341 Dagobah, 1981
Includes R5-D4 Action Figure, Which Is Glued To The Playset. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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351 Millennium Falcon, 1978
Accessories: Rotating Laser Cannon, Rotating Radar Dish, Landing Ramp, Smuggler's Compartment, Chess Table, Jedi Practice Remote. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
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361 Ewok Village, 1983
Accessories: Fire Spit, Ewok Drum, C-3PO Throne, Elevator, Capture Net, Boulder. Manufactured by Kenner Products.
Series X: Textiles
Series X: Textiles (Boxes 37-38, 1978-1979) contains a polyfill stuffed Chewbacca doll (9 x 25 Inch), and Star Wars Episoe V: The Empire Strikes Back poly-cotton blend fabric sheets, including one fitted sheet, one flat sheet, four pillowcases, one twin bed skirt and one full-size bed skirt. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1979-1983.
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371 Chewbacca Stuffed Toy, 1978 (9 x 25 Inch)
Polyester Fill Textile Chewbacca Doll. Accessories: Plastic Bandolier and Original Manufacturers Tag.
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381 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Sheets, 1979
One Fitted, Twin Sheet; One Flat, Twin Sheet; One Twin Bed Skirt; One Full Bed Skirt; Five Twin Pillow Cases. Sold By Sears Roebuck and Company; 50 Percent Polyester and 50 Percent Cotton.
Series XI: Magnetic Video Recordings
Series XI: Magnetic Video Recordings (Boxes 39-41, 1980-2000) contains three VHS magnetic tape video recordings of the original trilogy, ten Umatic magnetic tape television promotion clips, and one 35mm magnetic film of television promotion clips for Star Wars Episode IV: The Empire Strikes Back. This series is arranged chronologically. Bulk dates are 1980.
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39 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Widescreen Collector's Edition VHS Recording and Memorabilia, 2000 (One Magnetic Video Home System Recording in Polypropylene Case)
Original Cover Is Retained In The Box. Memorabilia Includes Paperback (48 Pages) Titled The Art Of Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, An Excerpt From The Book Written By Jonathan Bresman, And A Five-Frame Strip Of 35Mm Film With An Image Of R2-D2 Repairing Queen Amidala's Ship From The Film.
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401 Star Wars, 1984 (One Magnetic Video Home System Recording in Polypropylene Case; 4 x 7½ x 1 Inch)
Cover Image Is "Style A" Poster, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker And Princss Leia Organa. Original Cover Is Retained In The Box.
402 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back, 1984 (One Magnetic Video Home System Recording in Polypropylene Case; 4 x 7½ x 1 Inch)
Cover Image Is "Style A" Poster, Han Solo And Princess Leia Organa. Original Cover Is Retained In The Box.
403 Star Wars Return of the Jedi, 1986 (One Magnetic Video Home System Recording in Polypropylene Case; 4 x 7½ x 1 Inch)
One Magnetic Video Home System Recording. Cover Image Is Reprint of the "Style A" Poster With Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo And Princess Leia Organa. Original Cover Is Retained In The Box.
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411 The Empire Strikes Back Televison Clips, 1980 May 1 (Umatic Recording)
Length Unidentified, Produced By Twentieth Century-Fox Film.
412 The Empire Strikes Back Press Conference, 1980 May 5 (Umatic Recording; 45:00:00)
Produced By Twentieth Century-Fox.
413 The Empire Strikes Back Television Clip #8 C3-PO, 1980 May 7 (Umatic Recording)
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Logo; Label "0:56 Seconds Length, 0:08 Seconds, By Twentieth Century-Fox Film".
414 The Empire Strikes Back Television Clip 1 and 7, 1980 May 9 (Umatic Recording)
Label Clip 1 Walker 1:34, Tv Clip 7 The Trap 2:06, Produced By Twentieth Century-Fox Film.
415 Return of the Jedi Televison Clip 4 and 6 1983 May 10 (Umatic Tape)
Label Promo Clip #4 0:35, Promo Clip #6 0:51.
416 Nick Salerno KAET-TV Phoenix The Empire Strikes Back Kershner Kurtz, circa 1980 (Umatic Recording)
Salerno inteviews with Director Irvin Kershner and Producer Gary Kurtz. Exterior Label: "12 Minutes In Length".
417 Nick Salerno KAET-TV Phoenix Hammell [sic] and C. Fisher, circa 1980 (Umatic Recording)
Salerno interviews with Actors Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher.
418 Nick Salerno KAET-TV Phoenix The Empire Strikes Back Press Junket Interviews, circa 1980 (Umatic Recording)
Related Materials: Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Press Junket Materials (Box 1, Folder 5).
419 Nick Salerno KAET-TV Phoenix Star Wars Ford Daniels, circa 1980 (Umatic Recording)
Salerno interviews with Actors Harrison Ford and Anthony Daniels.
4110 The Empire Strikes Back Television Clips, 1980 June 9 (35mm Magnetic Film)
Exterior Label: "T.V. Clip #1 Walkers 1:34, T.V. Clip #4 Love Scene 2:10, T.V. Clip #5 Cloud City 2:05, T.V. Clip #7 The Trap 2:06, T.V. Clip #8 C3-PO 0:56".
Series XII: Film
Series XII: Film (Boxes 42-43, 1977) contains one 35mm and two 16mm promotional films produced by Twentieth Century-Fox with short clips for Star Wars (1977). One 16mm film was created by Salerno for teaching purposes. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1977.
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421 Star Wars, 1977 (Color 35mm Film; 98 Frames; Rolled)
The Kodak Manufacturing Code, "EASTMAN 386 [Square] 13 96". Square Indicates The Film Was Manufactured In 1977. Strip Includes One Panavision And Two Vistavision Cinematographic Clips.
No Core or Reel. Overall Minor Wear, Moderate Perforation Damage, Nine Frames Show Moderate Wear Damage And Scratches.
422 Star Wars, circa 1977 (Color 16mm Film Print; 2.8 Inch Reel; Approximately 50 Feet)
Film Is Not Labeled. Box Label Is STAR WARS PROMO, 1 inch. Film Edge Manufacture Code is "EASTMAN 4E 51 [circle] SAFETY FILM". Circle Indicates Film Manufactured In 1976. Exterior Label "TCF Film, Printed by Deluxe".
Minor Wear, Moderate Color Fade.
423 Star Wars Promo Clip 4, circa 1977 (Color 16mm Film Print; 2.8 Inch Reel; Approximately 50 Feet)
Film Edge Label "TCF - DEL 180843 STAR WARS PROMO CLIP 4". Box Is Not Labeled. Film Manufacture Code Is "Eastman 4E 31 [Circle] Safety Film". Circle Indicates Film Manufactured In 1976. Exterior Label "TCF Film, Printed by Deluxe".
Minor Wear, Moderate Image Fade.
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431 Bringing Up Nicky or Mr. S. Goes to Film School, circa 1977 (Color 16mm Film on 800 Foot Metal Reel; Approximately 275 Feet of Film)
Shipping Case Is Labeled Star Wars. Can Label Title, Bringing Up Nicky Or Mr. S. Goes To Film School, And Can Edge Label Is Star Wars. Film Leader Title, Star Wars TV Clips 1-6. Color Film Strip, 16mm, Edited By Nicholas Salerno For Use In Film Courses. Film Manufactured By Eastman Kodak, Film Manufacturing Code "EASTMAN 23 1 [square] SAFETY FILM". The Square Identifies The Film Manufacture Year As 1977.
Mild Vinegar Syndrome, Minor Emulsion And Base Scratches, Very Minor Perforation Damage.
Series XIII: Audio Recordings
Series XIII: Audio Recordings (Boxes 44-45, 1977-1997) contains 4 audio cassettes that document Salerno's presentation at the ASU Libraries Star Wars Exhibit in 1997, and ten 33⅓rpm, vinyl phonograph records that primarily contain soundtrack recordings by composer and conductor John Williams.
Of note are two original 1977 John Williams' Star Wars soundtracks, and the Christmas In The Stars (1980) album featuring Christmas-themed songs and the original cast. This series is arranged chronologically. Bulk dates are 1980-1997.
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441 Salerno Star Wars Presentation I, 1997 (2½ x 4 Inch Magnetic Audio Cassette Tape; 01:30:00)
"Salerno Star Wars Presentation June 17 1997 I". Recording Of Salerno Discussing The Collection At An ASU Libraries Exhibit.
442 Salerno Star Wars Presentation II Audiocassette Recording, 1997 (22½ x 4 Inch Magnetic Audio Cassette Tape; 01:30:00)
"Salerno Star Wars Presentation June 17 1997 II". Recording Of Salerno Discussing The Collection At An ASU Libraries Exhibit.
443 Nick Salerno Star Wars Presentation I Audiocassette Recording, 1997 June 17 (22½ x 4 Inch Magnetic Audio Cassette Tape; 01:00:00)
"6/17/1997 Nick Salerno Star Wars Presentation Part I". Recording Of Salerno Discussing The Collection At An ASU Libraries Exhibit.
444 Nick Salerno Star Wars Presentation II, 1997 June 17 (2½ x 4 Inch Magnetic Audio Cassette Tape; 01:00:00)
"6/17/1997 Nick Salerno Star Wars Presentation Part II". Recording Of Salerno Discussing The Collection At An ASU Libraries Exhibit.
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451 Star Wars Trilogy Original Soundtrack, 1977 (2 Vinyl 33⅓rpm, 12 Inch Records; Poster Removed to Spec DWR 26)
Star Wars Original Soundtrack, Composed And Conducted By John Williams, Performed By The London Symphony Orchestra. Cover (12 x 12 Inch) With Image Of Star Wars Logo. One Paper Insert With Descriptions Of The Musical Structure And Theme Of Each Track. Includes One (22 x 34 Inch) Poster, Folded, One-Side, Image Of Space Battle With TIE Fighters And X-Wing Fighters.
452 Star Wars Trilogy Original Soundtrack, 1977 (2 Vinyl 33⅓rpm, 12 Inch Records)
Star Wars Original Soundtrack, Composed And Conducted By John Williams, Performed By The London Symphony Orchestra. Cover (12 x12 Inch) With Image Of Star Wars Logo. One Paper Insert With Descriptions Of The Musical Structure And Theme Of Each Track. No Poster Insert.
453 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back, 1980 (2 Vinyl 33⅓rpm, 12 Inch Records)
Star Wars Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture, Music Composed And Conducted By John Williams. Cover (12 x 12 Inch). One Paper, Folded Brochure (Six Double-Sided Pages) Describing The Characters With Images From The Film.
454 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back The Adventures of Luke Skywalker, 1980 (1 Vinyl 33⅓rpm, 12 Inch Record)
Featuring The Voices Of Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams, Anthony Daniels, James Earl Jones And Frank Oz. Music By John Williams, And Conducted By John Williams. Cover Art Image Of Luke Skywalker And Darth Vader Battle Scene With Light Sabers.
455 John Williams The Empire Strikes Back Symphonic Suite from the Original Motion Picture Score, 1980 (1 Vinyl 33⅓rpm, 12 Inch Record; Digital Recording)
Produced By George Korngold, National Philharmonic Orchestra, Charles Gerhardt. Special Notes By Ray Bradbury, John Williams And Christopher Palmer. Cover (12 x 12 Inch) Art Of Luke Skywalker On The Frozen Planet, Hoth, With Tauntaun By Illustrator William Stout.
456 John Williams Boston Pops: Pops in Space, 1980 (1 Vinyl 33⅓rpm, 12 Inch Record; Digital Recording)
Images Of The Orchestra And Conductor. Cover (12 x 12 Inch) Art Of A Porthole With View Of Space, Green Planet, And Orchestra On A Space Ship By Ilustrator Theodore Lloyd Glazer And Photographer William Shisler. Includes A Paper Advertisement For The First Philips Digital Recording.
457 Christmas in the Stars: Star Wars Christmas Album, 1980 (1 Vinyl 33⅓rpm, 12 Inch Record; Digital Recording)
Featuring The Original Cast: R2-D2, And Anthony Daniels As C-3PO. Cover (12 x 12 Inch) Art Of A Toy Shop, R2-D2 And C-3PO In Front Of Fireplace By Illustrator Ralph McQuarrie.
458 MECO Plays Music from The Empire Strikes Back, 1980 (1 Vinyl 33⅓rpm, 10 Inch Record)
Produced By Meco Monardo, Tony Bongiovi And Lance Quinn; With "Musicians From The Milky Way Galaxy And The Cormar Galaxy". Cover (10 x 10 Inch) Art Of Space And Stars, Back Cover Image Of Yoda.
459 Star Wars Return of the Jedi Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1983 (1 Vinyl 33⅓rpm, 12 Inch Record;)
Star Wars Return Of The Jedi, The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Music Composed And Conducted By John Williams. Cover (12 x 12 Inch) Art Of Hands Holding A Lightsaber From The Style "A" Tom Jung Poster.
4510 John Williams The Star Wars Trilogy, 1983 (1 Vinyl 33⅓rpm, 12 Inch Record; Digital Recording)
From The Original Motion Picture Scores, Produced By George Korngold, The Utah Symphony Orchestra, Varujan Kojian. Special Notes By John Williams And Kerry O'Quinn. Cover (12 x 12 Inch) Art Of Planets In Space By William Stout, And Graphic Titles Return Of The Jedi, The Empire Strikes Back And Star Wars By Ron Russell.
Series XIV: Digital Video Recordings
Series XIV: Digital Video Recordings (Box 46, 1989-1993) contains laser disc recordings of the original Star Wars trilogy. This series is arranged chronologically. Bulk dates are 1989-1993.
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461 Star Wars, 1989 (Special Widescreen Edition Laser Videodisc)
Star Wars Trilogy The Definitive Collection Widescreen Collector's Edition Black Case Including Poster Insert, Folded. Case (12½ x 12½ Inch) Includes Nine Laserdiscs; Three Disc Cases; Chapter Guidebook; Advertising Insert; And Photocopied Article, Star Wars The Definitive Collection, Video Watchdog, Jan/Feb 1994, Vol. 21. Missing George Lucas: The Creative Impulse Hardcover Book.
462 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Special Widescreen Edition Laser Videodisc, 1989 (Special Widescreen Edition Laser Videodisc; Two-Disc Set; Stereo Extended Play)
Cover (12 x 12 Inch) Art Is A Partial Reprint Of The Style "A" Poster Of Luke Skywalker And Princess Leia Organa.
463 Star Wars Return of the Jedi Special Widescreen Edition Laserdisc, 1990 (Special Widescreen Edition Laser Videodisc; Two-Disc Set; Extended Play)
Cover (12 x 12 Inch) Art Is A Partial Reprint Of The Style "A" Poster Featuring Han Solo And Princess Leia Organa.
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471 Star Wars Trilogy The Definitive Collection, 1993 (THX Laser Disc Widescreen Collector's Edition Videodisc; Two-Disc Set; Stereo Extended Play; Digital Sound)
Insert (12 x 12 Inch) Art Is A Partial Reprint Of The Star Wars Style "A" Poster Of Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo And Princess Leia Organa by Tom Jung.
Series XV: Posters
Series XV: Posters (SPEC Map Case DWR 26, 1977-1996) contains publicity posters sold to consumers or in sales distribution outlets. Most items are standard one-sheet, 27 x 41 inch, all are in color. Of note is a rare, original 1977 Style "A" Star Wars poster with art by Illustrator Tom Jung. This series is arranged by size, then chronologically. Bulk dates are 1981-1988.
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SPEC DWR 261 Star Wars Style "A", 1977 (Film Poster, 27 x 41 Inch)
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Star Wars Style "A" Film Poster, Folded, NSS Number 77-21, 1977. Art Image Of The Lead Cast, With Luke Skywalker Holding A Lightsaber By Illustrator Tom Jung.
SPEC DWR 261 Star Wars Original Soundtrack Vinyl Sound Recording Insert, 1977 (Film Poster; 24 x 32 Inch)
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One-Side, Folded, Was Inserted Into The Star Wars Original Soundtrack Vinyl Sound Recording (Box 45). Art Of A Space Battle, Tie Fighters, X-Wing Fighters And The Death Star.
SPEC DWR 261 Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, 1997 (Film Poster; 20 x 35 Inch)
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Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Rolled; Distributed By Pizza Hut. Large Image Of Yoda On Dagobah Advertising The Re-Release Of The Film In Theatres. Features Special Star Wars Trilogy Edition Gold Logo And A Pizza Hut Logo. Back Text "Act The Part" Script With Dialogue Between Luke Skywalker And Yoda, Cast With Wardrobe And Props Descriptions, And Image Of Yoda's Face In The Lower-Right Corner.
SPEC DWR 261 Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, 1980 (Film Poster; 27 x 41 Inch)
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Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Style "A" Reproduction, Rolled. Lower-Left Corner Text "Empire Strikes Back One Sheet". Art By Illustrator Roger Kastel Was Inspired By Tom Jung's 1967 Gone With The Wind Poster. Art Of Han Solo Looking Into Leia Organa's Face; This Poster Is Also Known As The "Gone With The Wind Style" Poster.
SPEC DWR 261 Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, 1981 (Re-Release Film Poster; 27 x 41 Inch)
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Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Folded. Lower-Right Corner Text "R81029" Above "Empire Strikes Back." Art Of Darth Vader Reaching Left Hand Above Principal Characters By Illustrator Tom Jung.
SPEC DWR 261 Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, 1983 (Film Poster; 27 x 41 Inch)
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Star Wars Episode VI: Return Of Jedi Style "A", Folded. Art Of Hands Holding A Lightsaber By Illustrator Tim Reamer. Text "Return Of The Jedi One Sheet 830013" In Lower-Right Corner.
SPEC DWR 261 Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, 1983 (Film Poster; 27 x 41 Inch)
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Star Wars Episode VI: Return Of Jedi Style "B", Folded. Art Of The Principal Cast In A Cross Pattern With Darth Vader Above Luke Skywalker, Han Solo And Leia Organa; And Supporting Characters From Left To Right; By Illustrator Kazuhiko (Kazo) Sano. Text "Return Of The Jedi Style B One Sheet" In Lower-Right Corner.
SPEC DWR 261 Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, 1984 (Poster; 18 x 22 Inch)
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Image Of Luke Skywalker Holding A Light Saber And Surrounded By The Principal Characters. Back Is An Identification Sheet For 79 Action Figures And An Action Figure Trivia Game.
SPEC DWR 261 Star Wars Trilogy CBS Fox Video Home System, 1988 (One-Sheet Poster; 25½ x 35 Inch)
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Star Wars Trilogy, CBS Fox Video Home System (VHS), One-Sheet Poster (25 1/2 x 38 Inch), Rolled. Three Images Of The Style "A" Posters From The Star Wars, Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back, And Star Wars Return Of The Jedi Video Home System Box Covers.
SPEC DWR 261 Star Wars Trilogy CBS Fox Video Home System, 1988 (One-Sheet Poster; 25½ x 35 Inch)
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Star Wars Trilogy, CBS Fox Video Home System (VHS), Rolled. Three Images Of The Style "A" Posters From The Star Wars, Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back, And Star Wars Return Of The Jedi Video Home System Box Covers.
SPEC DWR 261 Star Wars Trilogy THX Laser Disc Insert, 1993 (One-Side Poster Insert; 12 x 12 Inch)
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The Star Wars Trilogy The Definitive Collection Widescreen Collector's Edition THX Laser Disc, Folded, From Box 46.
SPEC DWR 261 Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition, 1996 (Poster; 27 x 40 Inch)
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Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition VHS Advance. Poster Is Called The "Ingot Advance" And Was Released With Two Different Dates For Return Of The Jedi. The First Had A Release Date Of March 7, 1997. The VHS Release Date Was Changed To March 14, 1997. This First Edition Poster Is Rare. Art is Stars On Black Background With Text "Three Reasons Why They Build Movie Theaters". Art Features A Gold Ingot Reprint Of The 1977 Star Wars Style "A" Film Poster. Film Titles With Dates "January 31, 1997 Star Wars; February 21, 1997 The Empire Strikes Back; March 7, 1997 Return Of The Jedi". Side Two Is A Reverse Of Side One. Lucasfilm And 20th Century-Fox Logos.
Series XVI: Store Displays
Series XVI: Store Displays (Boxes 48-49/OV3, 1980-1996) contains three heavy cardboard store displays used to advertise the films and co-branded tie in products. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1980-1995.
The 1977 Star Wars Tom Jung poster art.

One Taco Bell kid's meal toy prize display of R2-D2.

One stand-up Yoda.

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49/OV3 Star Wars Capacitance Electronic Disc System Display, 1982 (Heavy Cardboard Merchandising Display; 12½ x 14 Inch)
49/OV3 Star Wars Video Home System, circa 1980-1995 (Heavy Cardboard Merchandising Display; 26 x 31 Inch)
Image Of Star Wars Tom Jung Poster Art, Undated.
49/OV3 Yoda, 1995 (Heavy Cardboard Merchandising Display; 20 x 35 Inch)
Image Of Yoda.
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50/OV3 Star Wars Special Triology Edition R2-D2 Taco Bell Display Stand, 1996 (Heavy Cardboard Merchandising Display; 24 x 36 Inch)
R2-D2 Display For Taco Bell Kid's Meal Toy Prizes.
Series XVII: Exhibit Materials
Series XVII: Exhibit Materials (SPEC Map Case DWR 26, 1997-1999) contains construction paper posters created for ASU Libraries Star Wars exhibits. This series is arranged by size. Bulk dates are 1997, 1999.
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SPEC DWR 262 Star Wars ASU Libraries Exhibit Materials, circa 1997 (Four Cardboard and Construction Paper Displays)
Created For An ASU Libraries Star Wars Exhibit. Features Articles About The Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Production.