Before George Lucas ruined our childhoods with the Star Wars Special Editions and Prequels and before Disney activated the Death Star's Super Laser on the entire franchise afterwards, there was the original theatrical cut of Return of the Jedi in 1983... the last good Star Wars movie. I remember seeing it when I was a little kid in a jam-packed theater and I loved watching the vicious little Ewok teddy bears steal Speeder Bikes, try to roast our heroes Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, and Chewbacca alive over an open fire on spits, take down the entire Empire with nothing but rocks, wooden spears, and clever traps, and then dance around in victory to the now deleted Yub Nub song in the middle of their incredible redwood forest treehouse village. If you were at the right age, it was totally awesome... and so was Wicket, the somewhat friendly little Ewok.
Well, if you're an Ewok fan too, now you don't need to travel to a galaxy far, far away to visit the Forest Moon of Endor just to spot one in the wild, because you can finally bring one home with this cool new Lifesize Wicket Ewok Statue. This handcrafted reproduction of Wicket stands 31" tall on a sturdy metal stand, has realistic Ewok fur, and wears a stylish red cowl. Even better (or weirder), his head comes off so you can wear it over your own. If your home, treehouse, or home theater is missing that little decorative something to help tie the room together, you can't go wrong with a furry and ferocious intergalactic teddy bear statue. Yub Nub!