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  • For Play with 3.75 inches tall Star Wars Action Figures!
  • Cockpit fits 2 Figures. Ship opens up to play in rear compartment. Comes with gaming table.
  • Hide from the Stormtroopers in the compartment hiddden under the floor panel. Boarding ramp opens and closes.
  • Landing gear lowers and raises. Engines and weapons light and sound effects.
  • Made by Hasbro in 2004 and long out of production.
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00020LZ6Q
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 85234
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 months and up
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #313,730 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

One of the coolest starships of all time, the Star Wars Millennium Falcon has flown in some of the biggest battles and exciting adventures the galaxy has ever seen. Jump aboard and take control of this legendary ship as it battles Darth Vader’s fighter and helps defeat the Evil Empire. Features include twin laser cannons with sounds and lights; working headlights; rotating quad turbolaser cannon; secret compartment under floorboards; landing gear and boarding ramp. Cockpit holds 2 figures (sold separately). For ages 4 years and up. Imported. 4Hx22Lx15W”.

Customer Reviews

Had this toy been any cheaper, it might have been worth the investment.
From an adults prospective, I feel it is cheap, but when I see how much fun my son has playing with it, it think it is worth it overall.
The door on the bottom of the craft cannot stay attached and the gun on top falls off as well.
James Baack

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Dave Cordes on August 21, 2004
For the first time since 1995, the Millenium Falcon gets re-released with a few "Special" modifications making this the best version of the Falcon released to date. The Hyperdrive now illuminates with a cool blue glow when activated by 2 of the 4 authentic sound effects buttons that simulate the "Jump into Hyperspace" and the casual "Flyby." There is also the engine "Jump-Start" sounds and the forward mounted cannons strobe red and "fire" when activated. The forward-mounted missile projectile shoots and makes the sound effect from the film to re-create the assault on the Death Star's Main Reactor. There are even working headlights on the front of the ship just like in the movie. The cockpit has been redesigned to accomodate two of the post-Power of the Force scale action figures, but don't expect to fit both of the super-sized "steroids" Chewie and Han figures from the '95 Power of the Force line. The landing gear now "snap" firmly into place and will not easily push up into the hull so the Falcon will no longer "sag" when it is in landing mode. The overall quality of the plastic is much more durable and the paint and weathering are very authentic and an improvement over the stark-white vintage and the over-done Power of the Force versions. The interior is pretty much the same. There is a hidden floor compartment to hide some action figures and there is a rotating chair for the swivel cannons. The landing ramp lowers and there is the old chess board table. Now, take my advice, if you want to use the holo-chess table that was included with Dejarik Chewbacca, DO NOT apply the decal for the chess board over the table first. The table has been fastened by a small phillips head screw.Read more ›
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By star wars fanatic on August 22, 2004
A very big ship indeed!

It has cool sounds. Now you can fit two characters in the cockpit! Alot of room for figures inside, gunner seat,and

lights also. It looks small in the picture, but its huge!

Battle damage outside too. You can re-create the scene from the movie when ties come. Don't feel like fighting, Make the jump to hyperspace with lights and sounds! It also has the secret floor panel like in the movie! The landing gear is very durable.

The door works well, but the legs on the door aren't sturdy.

When I play with it,I open the flap to put the figures in because the figure will hit the legs and they will fall off.

They could have removed the cardboard wall and made more room though. Other than that, I love it!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 19, 2004
When I first saw the new Millennium Falcon, I thought it was just a repackaged version of the one that was released in the mid to late 90's. I'm glad that I took a closer look because Hasbro has added some nice new features and made some improvements over earlier releases.

As a collector (i.e. big kid ;)), I've always liked the Millennium Falcon toy. But there were a few things on the original and the 90's re-release which bothered me. First was the fact that it is rather difficult to get figures into the cockpit. There's not much space in there and the cheap plastic hinge used to open/close the cockpit cover always seemed kind of fragile. I was always afraid of bending it too far because the plastic would eventually get weak and break. And remember how if you 'fly' the ship upside down the cover over the main compartment would fall off?

Well, I'm happy that the toy designers at Hasbro have fixed these problems. The new cockpit has a redesigned cover that flips up (instead of sideways) on a more standard peg hinge. The control panel sits inside the cockpit cover and no longer has a divider to separate the left and right 'seat'. This makes getting Han and Chewbacca in and out of the cockpit much easier. The new hinge should also be more durable over time, although you must be careful not to flip the cockpit cover up too far. They also added strategically placed tabs on the main compartment cover so it will stay in place even when the ship is upside down. It takes a little bit of effort to get the cover on, but it's not too bad.

On my 90's re-release Falcon, I discovered a problem with the rear landing gear. I had stored the ship for a few years. I got it out recently and pulled out the landing gear.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kari on October 6, 2004
My husband bought this for me as a gift to replace the Falcon I had as a child that was lost during a move. I was so excited!! However, when it came time to put the toy together my joy turned to total frustration. The first problem I encounter was trying to get the boarding ramp to attach. It is supposed to open and close once put together, but it wouldn't. It was either shut or off the vehicle entirely. The boarding struts that attach to the ramp fall off with the slightest touch. If your not very careful, the rear landing gear come out completely when you pull them out. And it just kept getting worse. The seat and seat support for the cannon go together poorly and the cannon that attaches to it from outside the ship comes in two halves that snap together, but fall apart if you try to move it.

I finally had it all put together and tried to put the stickers on at this point. Well, as I moved it around to place stickers (not very well done stickers), the faulty pieces started to fall off. I was done at this point. But my 8 yr old really wanted to play with it and I thought maybe we would get something out of it. Within 5 minutes he was done. It was just no fun with everything falling apart and the action figures don't fit well in the cannon chair or the cockpit.

The sound effects are cool and the outside scorch marks are a nice touch. But for this much money, it should be well made too.

I would not recommend this to a collector and definitely not to a parent thinking of buying for a child. Total JUNK!!!
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