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Universal Monsters Select Jekyll and Hyde Action Figure


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  • Sculpted by Jean St. Jean!
  • From the 1953 movie Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  • Sculpted in a 7-inch scale and fully articulated
  • this figure can transform from Jekyll to Hyde and back again!
  • This figure features an authorized likeness of Boris Karloff as Dr. Jekyll and includes an interchangeable head of Mr. Hyde
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Technical Details
Item Weight608 g
Product Dimensions17.8 x 7.6 x 7.6 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:3 years and up
Item model numberMAY131780
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
Colormulti-colored
  
Additional Information
ASINB00CQKRDGG
Best Sellers Rank 86,809 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight612 g
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Date First Available25 Sept. 2013
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 8 years. For use under adult supervision
  • Warning: Only for domestic use

Product Description

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Sculpted by Jean St. Jean! The newest Universal Monsters figure from DST is two, two, two figures in one! From the 1953 movie Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, this figure can transform from Jekyll to Hyde and back again! Sculpted in a 7-inch scale and fully articulated, this figure features an authorized likeness of Boris Karloff as Dr. Jekyll and includes an interchangeable head of Mr. Hyde, as well as alternate hands, a hat, a cape and a rooftop display base that are exclusive to this figure. This Select figure comes in display-ready collector packaging, with side panel, and is only available on the specialty market!

Box Contains

1 x FIGURE
1 x BASE
ACCESSORIES

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The figure is good but is not easily convertible form Dr Jekyll to Mr Hyde- the hands and head could not be removed without breaking the lugs and I've still not been able to insert the Mr Hyde hands into the holes in the arms- this feature poorly designed and it's going to take some major surgery to fix the hands and head
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great model great buy real lifelike. would say to any one to buy this if you like collecting these sort of models.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great piece with a few fatal flaws. 9 Oct. 2013
By Teamcerberus - Published on Amazon.com
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Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde isn't a movie I'm too familiar with, but this figure looked too cool to pass up. All of the cool lab equipment makes for a great diorama builder and the display base is very well done. The figure has decent sculpt and paint, and the articulation isn't bad either.

The MAJOR flaw here are the parts that you use to turn Dr. Jekyll into Mr. Hyde. The head is super hard to remove, and once you do the ball-joint seems to like to come off with the head instead of staying in the body where it belongs. That means you have to pry it out of the head and put it back. Also, the pegs on Hyde's hands are thicker and shorter than the ones for Jekyll, so they don't fit in well. It feels like you are going to break the wrist joint when removing the hands and now that the Hyde hands have been put in, the Jekyll hands are loose in the sockets.

This is a GREAT Dr. Jekyll figure, but if you want Mr. Hyde I suggest buying the Toys R Us exclusive version that is just Hyde. Keep the two seperate and reduce the risk of breaking a cool figure.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
be careful ordering collectible figures online!! 22 Nov. 2013
By Karl Hopf - Published on Amazon.com
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The item that I ordered is not the same version that is pictured!! The version that is pictured has the rooftop base. The version that I ordered comes only with a lab table. I would have prefered the rooftop version. I would have to give the sculpture likeness a high rating and the figure has a great paint job. As the item I ordered was different fro the version pictured, I can only give an okay rating.
NOT the Rooftop Set but better. 5 Nov. 2014
By Marshall L. Kiker - Published on Amazon.com
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What you will get is NOT what is pictured. The rooftop set was a budget item made for Toys-R-Us for a limited time. This is (or at least what I got) is the lab set. That's a good thing as the lab set usually goes for more money and is, in my opinion, much nicer.

I now have two. The lab set is for Dr. Jekyll and I made a Mr. Hyde and put him on a clear NECA base. I'll use the second lab set with other figures.
From the 1953 Abbott & costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 26 Jan. 2014
By Tim Janson - Published on Amazon.com
Since the first silent film adaptation 105 years ago in 1908, there have been close to three dozen versions produced of Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous story. Now, while the 1931 Frederic March, and 1941 Spencer Tracy versions are the two best-known versions, neither of those were produced by Universal films. In order to get to a Universal version we have to go all the way to the 1953 horror/comedy Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Of course the great aspect of that film is that it starred horror legend Boris Karloff as the titular character.

While this might not be the most iconic version of the character, it is a very cool piece. What I love is that it is a true diorama figure and comes with loads of accessories making it a great display piece. You get a lab table on which you can place various bottles, beakers, and test tubes filled with chemicals, test tube stand, and syringe. The table comes assembled although the legs removable. It creates a very cool looking lab scene as you can image the Doctor creating his formula and injecting himself. You get a displace piece which is a circular cutout of a stone floor that has two hungry rats sculpted onto it which puts the capper onto the scene.

The figure comes with a removable head, one for Dr. Jekyll and one for Mr. Hyde. The top hat fits either figure. You also get a removable cape that fits on over his shoulders and a walking cane accented with a silver handle that fits into his hand. The likeness to Boris Karloff, who always sported a mustache later in life is decent but not spectacular. The head has some nice aging to it with lines in the face and some silver highlights in the hair.

The jacket is rubberized and the rest of the body (arms, legs) are hard molded. He wears a skull ring on his left hand. The Hyde head isn’t the best version of the character having too much of an ape look if you ask me but it is a good likeness from the film. The Hyde transformation is completed with different hands that have hair and dark fingernails/claws. He moves will full range of motion at his head and his articulated at this shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists. He can move at his waist but it’s limited due to the overcoat. He can move his legs forward and back and outward. He is jointed at the knees and can swivel at the ankles. So while it’s not the most revered version of the character it does create an extremely atmospheric display.
Great toys for Universal Monsters series. 8 Aug. 2014
By USF Sylviahui - Published on Amazon.com
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Product is great but shown the WRONG picture. It should be a table with test tubes accessories, the photo was mislead for someone who is looking for the display stand at roof. For myself, it is OK.
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