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Star Wars Droids

Droids, also known as Droids: The Adventures of R2-D2 and C-3PO, is an animated television series that features the exploits of R2-D2 and C-3PO, the droids who have appeared in all six Star Wars films. The series takes place between the events depicted in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

The series' opening theme, "Trouble Again,"
was performed by Stewart Copeland (of the band The Police).

In 1985, Kenner produced a toy line based on the series,
including action figures, ship models, and other items. The toy line was short lived due to decreasing popularity with Star Wars. In 1987 during a purchase and then released in 1988, Glasslite of Brazil issued remaining Kenner stock
and produced a very limited run of remaining Return of the Jedi and Droids toys from a sell off. Certain vehicles, mini-rigs and action figures were issued by the company in new packaging. The character Vlix (Tig Fromm's henchman) was an action figure exclusive from unused molds by Kenner.
Like the reminder of the Glasslite line, very few were made, even less were sold and most were recycled due to the failing economy when money was tight across the country.



1985 Star Wars
(Star Wars Droids)





 A Wing Pilot
Estimated Value
Packaged
$300
Loose
$50

 

Trivia:

The coin that comes with the Droids version of the A-Wing Pilot
is gold while the Power Of The Force coin is silver.
Beyond coin color, there are no other differences between the two figures.

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $2.99



 Boba Fett
Estimated Value
Packaged
$2200
Loose
$25

 

Trivia:

The coin that comes with the Droids version of the Boba Fett is gold
while the regular Power Of The Force coin is silver.
Beyond color, there are no other differences between the two figures.

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $2.99



 C 3P0
Estimated Value
Packaged
$350
Loose
$100

 

Trivia:

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $2.99



 Jann Tosh
Estimated Value
Packaged
$65
Loose
$30

 

Trivia:

Jann Tosh was released as an action figure in 1985 as part
of Kenner's Star Wars: Droids line. These action figures were
size-compatible with the other Kenner Star Wars action figures,
but design-wise, they represented a completely different toy line.

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $2.99



 Jord Dusat
Estimated Value
Packaged
$75
Loose
$20

 

Trivia:

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $2.99



 Kea Moll
Estimated Value
Packaged
$75
Loose
$20

 

Trivia:

Kea Moll was created for Nelvana's 1985 animated series
Star Wars: Droids and was one of the main characters
throughout its first story arc.

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $2.99



 Kez Iban
Estimated Value
Packaged
$75
Loose
$15

 

Trivia:

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $2.99



 R2 D2
Estimated Value
Packaged
$350
Loose
$100

 

Trivia:

It is suspected that figure may have been packed with a gold version
of the The Power Of The Force Artoo-Detoo (R2-D2) With Pop Up Lightsaber coin.

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $2.99



 Sise Fromm
Estimated Value
Packaged
$300
Loose
$150

 

Trivia:

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $2.99



 Thall Joben
Estimated Value
Packaged
$80
Loose
$30

 

Trivia:

Thall Joben is rumored to appear in the upcoming Star Wars live-action TV series.

Character Bio: Thall Joben was a popular speeder racer during the early years of the Galactic Empire. Along with his racing partner, Jord Dusat, he briefly came into ownership of the droids R2-D2 and C-3PO while they were separated from Raymus Antilles.

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $2.99



 Tig Fromm
Estimated Value
Packaged
$250
Loose
$90

 

Trivia:


Character bio:
Tig Fromm was a male Annoo-dat Blue gangster and, as the son of Sise Fromm, heir to the most powerful crime family in the galaxy.

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $2.99



 Uncle Gundy
Estimated Value
Packaged
$80
Loose
$40

 

Trivia:

Character Bio:
Gundy was an elderly miner who worked in the caverns of the planet Tyne's Horky. Gundy's adventurous nephew Jann Tosh often assisted him in the grueling work.

Uncle Gundy was released as an action figure in 1985 as part of Kenner's Star Wars: Droids line. These action figures were size-compatible with the other Kenner Star Wars action figures, but design-wise they represented a completely different toy line.

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $2.99


1985 Star Wars Accessories
(Star Wars Droids)





 A Wing
Estimated Value
Packaged
$700
Loose
$250

 

Trivia:

Original Catalog Description:

A-WING FIGHTER TOY VEHICLE
REBELS can fly the unfriendly skies in the new A-WING FIGHTER-- seen in RETURN OF THE JEDI. Kids place one STAR WARS Action Figure inside by opening the canopy which is operated by an action lever in the back. When the battle is over, the vehicle is ready for landing. Kids just activate the landing gear with another lever. And because battles should be heard as well as seen, the A-WING FIGHTER features laser sounds and side cannons that click. Action Figures each sold separately. Uses two "AA" alkaline batteries, not included. Ages 4 and up.

Packaged image sample courtesy of finalfrontiertoys.com

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $24.95



 ATL Interceptor
Estimated Value
Packaged
$60
Loose
$20

 

Trivia:

Original Catalog Description:

STAR WARS DROID COLLECTION
ATL (AirToLand) INTERCEPTOR VEHICLE

Here's another great vehicle that DROIDS and their masters can use to patrol the galaxy. The ATL INTERCEPTOR is a DROID vehicle that--on first sight--looks very passive. But don't let that fool you. When a lever is activated in the back, wings pop down and side cannons appear on the sides, turning the ATL INTERCEPTOR into an aggressive vehicle. One that would make eevn the meanest mobster run for cover. The fron tleanding gear is also retractable. Vehicle holds most all STAR WARS DROID action figures. For ages 4 and up.

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $9.99



 Imperial Side Gunner
Estimated Value
Packaged
$100

packaged-back
Loose
$25

loose-left

 

Trivia:

Original Catalog Description:

STAR WARS DROID COLLECTION
IMPERIAL SIDE GUNNER VEHICLE

It's the perfect vehicle for villains--especially those kids will see every week on the new DROID series. The IMPERIAL SIDE GUNNER vehicle is realistically detailed with a center-car cockpit that opens for placement of one action figure, and a sidecar that accomodates another. On the vehicle side, there's a disguised cannon that, when manipulated, causes the sidecar to swivel 180 degrees horizontally and 360 degrees vertically. This vehicle also emits clicking sounds and has laser cannons which add even more excitement to the adventure. Vehicle holds most STAR WARS DROIDS action figures. Ages 4 and up.

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $14.95



 Lightsaber (Green)
Estimated Value
Packaged
$150
Loose
$60

 

Trivia:

Original Catalog Description:

STAR WARS DROID COLLECTION
BATTERY-OPERATED LIGHTSABER ACCESSORY

This new LIGHTSABER is a handy new weapon that will be seen again and again in the new DROID cartoon series. A clip allows the LIGHTSABER to attach to a kid's belt. But there's more to this LIGHTSABER than meets the eye! Because with just the push of a button, the blade automatically extends and glows--just like the real LIGHTSABERS! Although the blade is harmless, it looks menacing enough to ward off any galactic gangster. Requires 2 "AA" batteries not included. Ages 4 and up.

Source: 1985 Kenner Toy Fair Catalog

Produced in 1985 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $19.95


1988 Star Wars
(Star Wars Droids)





 Kez Iban (Brazil Package)
Estimated Value
Packaged
$100
Loose
$15

 

Trivia:

In 1988, Glasslite of Brazil issued remaining Kenner stock and produced a
very limited run of remaining Return of the Jedi and Droids toys from a sell off.
This is a foreign release package from Brazil, under the company Glasslite.
Even though they used the same card for each character,
the colorful graphics and collage from this series gives it a distinctive look.

Produced in 1988 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $NA



 Vlix (Brazil Package)
Estimated Value
Packaged
$6000
Loose
$1200

 

Trivia:

*Beware of many custom figures out in the market.

In 1988, Glasslite of Brazil issued remaining Kenner stock
and produced a very limited run of remaining Return of the Jedi
and Droids toys from a sell off. Certain vehicles and action figures
were issued by the company in new packaging.

The character Vlix (Tig Fromm's henchman) was an action figure exclusive
from unused molds by Kenner. Like the reminder of the Glasslite line,
very few were made, even less were sold and most were recycled due to
the failing economy when money was tight across the country.

Produced in 1988 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $NA




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