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Use your imagination to create all sorts of wacky looks and silly faces! Potato body comes with attachable droid parts, Mr. Potato Head face and Princess Tater figure. The fun-loving spud comes outfitted as the illustrious Star Wars droid. Measures 7.5" tall when assembled.
Cute but not as clever as Darth Tater or Spudtrooper. But still a delightful twist to the world of Star Wars. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Martha Jones
This was the perfect gift. They loved it and hope to find more gifts like this. thank you thank youPublished on August 15, 2013 by Terry Marquardt
I paired this with C-3potato for my daughter for Christmas and she loved them both! It was great to see the expression on her face when she opened it up!Published on January 5, 2013 by Douglas S. Schmidt
Got it for my bf (at the time). I don't like him anymore and he doen't like me, but I know he still like this gift!
A must have for any Star Wars fan.
I bought for my sister's boyfriend who loves Stars Wars. It is just a funny piece of Star Wars memorabilia, perfect for any fan of the series.Published on January 8, 2011 by CD
This sounded cute, so I bought it for my three year old grandson. There is nothing to it. There a so few different pieces that it is useless. Read morePublished on January 3, 2011 by Bob
I am a huge fan of the Star Wars Mr. Potatohead collection. The creativity that goes into the details always make my inner child thrilled, while letting me enjoy it as a... Read morePublished on August 29, 2010 by Hazen Skyes