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Jawa (Holiday Edition 2004 (McQuarrie)) , Original Trilogy Collection, 2004
Jawa (Holiday Edition 2004 (McQuarrie))
- Articulation Count: 4
- Articulation Details: 2 arms, waist, swivel lower body
- Accessory Count: 2
- Accessory Details: Holiday Base, Christmas card
This Holiday Jawa (tall version) was released in an Entertainment Earth exclusive 2-pack during the 2004 Holiday season in special round "snow-globe-like" Original Trilogy Collection packaging. The set is based on a christmas card design by Ralph McQuarrie, which was sent out by Lucasfilm in 1994. It shows several Jawas looking through presents.
The figure is based on the tall POTF2 Jawa sculpt from 1996 with a few changes. For one, the Holiday Jawa has a red "shine-through" plastic on the top of the head and in the eyes, instead of a yellow one. So, when the light shines on top of the figure, the eyes will "light-up" red (the small Jawa was given green eyes). Hasbro also changed the arms, which now hold a present, instead of hanging down. The rest of the sculpt is identical to the POTF2 version. The Holiday Jawa has 4 movable parts, including two swivel arms, a swivel waist, and a swivel lower body. Both arms move simultaneously when moved up or down, and since the legs are a block of plastic instead of individually sculpted, the figure stands very nicely by itself. The gift (could this be a Jedi Training Remote?) is molded into the Jawa's hands and can't be removed. There were no accessories included with the figure, except for the Holiday base and the Ralph McQuarrie Christmas card.
The paint job on the Holiday Jawa is very basic, but much stronger than the one found on the small Holiday Jawa. The addition of the red eyes is nice and adds some holiday flavor to the figure (well, if you keep it in context that it's a holiday figure). The Jawa's sculpt is entirely outdated with only 4 movable parts, but it's a nice tribute to Ralph McQuarrie and an overall nice looking set on display during the Christmas season.