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STAR WARS Boba Fett Painting Canvas Movie Art Poster
STAR WARS Boba Fett Painting Canvas Movie Art Poster


 
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Product Code: BOBA-FETT-SWIRL-ART

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17"x11" Inch Canvas
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STAR WARS Boba Fett Painting Canvas Movie Art Poster
Boba Fett from the Film Star Wars Canvas
Movie Art Poster is signed by the artist Leon Jimenez
This Boba Fett from Star Wars Movies Artwork is not just a poster but a giclee print which uses actual pigmented inks on canvas and each print is individually signed by the artist Leon Jimenez.


Star Wars - Return of the Jedi
Movie 1983

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Luke Skywalker stays with his foster aunt and uncle on a farm on Tatooine. He is desperate to get off this planet and get to the Academy like his friends, but his uncle needs him for the next harvest. Meanwhile, an evil emperor has taken over the galaxy, and has constructed a formidable "Death Star" capable of destroying whole planets. Princess Leia, a leader in the resistance movement, acquires plans of the Death Star, places them in R2-D2, a droid, and sends him off to find Obi-Wan Kenobi. Before he finds him, R2-D2 ends up on the Skywalkers' farm with his friend C-3PO. R2-D2 then wanders into the desert, and when Luke follows, they eventually come across Obi-Wan. Will Luke, Obi-Wan and the two droids be able to destroy the Death Star, or will the Emperor rule forever?

Boba Fett is a Bounty Hunter in the film made famous for the capture of Han Solo

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