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Greedo

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Greedo

General Analysis

I have crystal clear, like they were yesterday, memories of the vintage Kenner Greedo action figure. I remember getting him in THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK line. I remember he was consistently a “go to” figure in my collection. And I specifically remember loving how he held the Rebel blaster that came with him. As an adult, I realize how far off he was to screen accuracy, but it didn’t thwart my enjoyment of him as a child. What's next may sound strange, but stay with me. I grew up watching THE GONG SHOW. There was one episode where a scantily clad woman with a chair was singing to an action figure that, for one reason or another, reminded me of Greedo. I’ve only seen that episode once (as a child) and have been unable to locate and view it as an adult. I wanted to refresh my memory to what I actually saw. Greedo became more important to me because of the action figure I saw during that bizarre performance on THE GONG SHOW. Whatever I perceived on television is something I directly linked to Greedo. Needless to say, Greedo remains one of my favorite action figures that Kenner has ever produced. As a modern collector, I find it bizarre that Hasbro never released Beedo or any of the other Rodians seen in the Original Trilogy. And while we have a near-definitive release of Greedo in the modern line, it still feels like we’re one or tweaks away from a completely definitive version.

Hasbro's Most Definitive Modern Counterpart: 2010's STAR WARS [SHADOW OF THE DARK SIDE] Greedo (SL04) SAGA LEGENDS figure.

Collector Notes

Name: Greedo

Collection: Star Wars

Source: A New Hope

Release: 1978

Status: Greedo is an all-new figure.

Assortment: No. 39020

UPC: N/A

Retail: $1.99 USD

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Figure Release Information

Major Figure Variations (loose): None

U.S. Card Back Release Information (confirmed to exist)

  1. SW-20B
  2. SW-20E
  3. SW-20G
  4. SW-21A
  5. SW-21B
  6. SW-21C
  1. ESB-21A
  2. ESB-21C
  3. ESB-31A
  4. ESB-32B
  5. ESB-41A
  6. ESB-41E
  1. ESB-45A
  2. ESB-47
  3. ROTJ-48
  4. ROTJ-77A
  5. ROTJ-79A

U.S. Card Back information derived from the Kellerman Book Matrices and confirmed samples

Research Droids Data Analysis

Added: June 11, 2018
Category: Star Wars
Reviewer: Paul Harrison
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