Hasbro’s ‘Star Wars’ Tantive IV Hallway Playset 44 Years in the Making

Hasbro’s ‘Star Wars’ Tantive IV Hallway Playset 44 Years in the Making
It all began in 1977 when giant starships slowly crawled across the cinema screen and a pair of frightened droids communicated in the Tantive IV's stark white hallways. The opening scene of Star Wars: A New Hope is impossible to forget, yet has never been properly immortalized in toy form. That is, until now.

Back in the late 1970's, Kenner prototyped a scaled-down version of the Tantive IV for its hugely popular 3-3/4" Star Wars action figure line. For whatever reason the ship would never delight kids and adults around the world.

Sine then, hundreds of Star Wars action figures have been released by Kenner and now Hasbro, who owns the Kenner brand. It took a second return of what Hasbro refers to as the "Heritage" scale for The Vintage Collection (Tvc) in order for the Tantive IV to get a proper second look.

Rather than scale down the entire ship
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