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Alex Winter, president of US-based Hake's Auctions, said: "The toy was pulled from the line after being deemed a possible safety hazard for children, thus making the Boba Fett figure extremely rare and coveted in the collecting world.
Both Fetts wore distinct Mandalorian armour that set them apart from the other villains in the films.
Fett was seen careening into the deadly Great Pit of Carkoon -- home to the many-tentacled, sharp-toothed "sarlacc" monster on the desert planet of Tatooine -- in "Return of the Jedi" (1983).
Tyneside magician Chris Cross has organised the event - An Evening With Boba Fett - at Blackfriars Ouseburn Cinema, St Vincent's Community Centre, New Bridge Street.
Fett, of the department of dermatology at Oregon Health and Science University, Portland.
A PROTOTYPE rocket-firing Star Wars toy of bounty hunter Boba Fett recently sold for PS18,000 at Vectis auctions, Thornaby.
Vectis Auctions, in Thornaby, Stockton, said the star piece is a prototype rocket-firing Boba Fett, which has an estimate of PS15,000-20,000.
Look out for the battles featuring heroes and villains - if there's a feeling better than randomly spawning as Boba Fett, it's not one that I've experienced yet.
One collector paid PS5,400 plus commission for a rare Action Man judo outfit, while publicity photos for a Boba Fett toy made more than PS2,300 when the estimate had been PS40-60.
In results that are hardly surprising, FiveThirtyEight (led by data guru Nate Silver) found that Star Wars characters such as Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Yoda, Boba Fett, and Darth Vader are leading every single potential 2016 presidential candidate, including but not limited to Hillary Clinton and famous Catholic Joe Biden.
Boba Fett was the coolest character in "Star Wars.'' We know this because everyone wanted his action figure.