Star Wars’ Salacious Crumb Replica Can Be Yours For A Price

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You can now own an official full-sized replica of Jabba’s pet (?) Salacious B. Crumb. Starting on August 24th, Regal Robot will be taking orders on the 1:1 Star Wars prop replica.

Mr. Crumb will cost $3,999 but can also be purchased through an installment plan spread over eight months. Salacious is hand-crafted and sourced from the original puppet created by The Jim Henson Company. The little Kowakian monkey-lizard appeared in Return of the Jedi. His mocking laugh is as memorable as Jabba’s.

We spotted this news over at Rebel Scum.

Regal Robot | Lucasfilm
Regal Robot | Lucasfilm
Regal Robot | Lucasfilm
Regal Robot | Lucasfilm
  • Signature Edition of 150 pieces.
  • Includes metal, dual-signature plaque – sculptor Tony McVey &  performer Tim Rose
  • 1:1 prop replica, hand-sculpted by Tony McVey, who sculpted the character for the original film.
  • Created with extensive research and first-hand examination of the original prop puppet.
  • Made in the U.S.A. and hand-finished by the FX artists in our New York studio
  • Static Polyresin statue with glass eyes and faux hair
  • Removable limbs – arms, legs, ears, and tail all peg or bolt to the body
  • Ships in a double corrugated box with die-cut EPS foam insert.
  • Includes themed resin pedestal with faux leather detailing. Replica can be displayed on or off the pedestal.
  • For this item, we’re offering a special extended payment plan in 8 monthly installments.

There have been a few Salacious replicas to spring up over the years. This one, by far is the most accurate. Regal Robot captured the symmetry of the head perfectly. Some replicas are floating around out there that look like they were based on the prototype maquettes rather than the actual prop.

Is $4k too much to ask for the little goblin? So what other creatures from the Star Wars universe should Regal Robot bring to the market? They’ve already tackled Chewie and some others. Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

[Source: Rebel Scum]


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