Rumors materialize… 27 years later!
Luke Skywalker Lightsaber Replica from Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
Discover the missing scene where Luke constructed his lightsaber in a cave on Tatooine.
Display your limited edition Reveal Lightsaber either closed or open!
Ever since Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi was released in 1983, rumors have run rampant of a scene where Luke is constructing his new lightsaber in a cave on Tatooine, a scene that ended up on the cutting-room floor. These rumors now materialize… 27 years later! This one-of-a-kind Luke Skywalker Reveal Lightsaber Replica is constructed in aluminum, brass, and copper, with screen-accurate LED effects of red and green arrows. The weapon reproduction also features a glowing green crystal and comes on a numbered metal plaque with a certificate of authenticity. Display your awesome lightsaber either closed or open using the included eFX stand and base! Limited edition of 1,000 pieces! Lightsaber measures 18-inches long when fully opened, 11-inches long closed.
Like Big Foot, the mystery surrounding this “missing scene” was so intriguing that it had become lore to Star Wars fans the world over. A lot of research by fans has been done, and little tidbits of information were found that may indicate the existence of this elusive scene, but there was nothing definitive. Even the storyboard that describes this scene was discovered, but there was still no evidence of the scene actually being filmed. Many believe that the lightsaber used in this scene may have been the weapon that is referred to as the “MOM” lightsaber, which is the one that was on display at the Star Wars: The Magic of Myth exhibit at the National Air and Space Museum in 1997-1999, and then in the touring exhibit. This lightsaber had an accessible control box with a removable PCB cover. It also had a hole near the pommel, possibly for the wires. Fast forward 27+ years to August 14, 2010 and Star Wars: Celebration V in Orlando, Florida. The mystery of the elusive missing scene was finally solved, and to the thunderous applause of the crowd, it was shown and announced that it will be edited back into the long-awaited Blu-ray Discs of the Star Wars Saga!
I dare say this would look good with the pieces all laid out.