Source: (The Empire Strikes Back)

        Year: 1980

        Assortment: Collector Glasses

        Retail: Free with purchase of a drink

        Assortment Number: None

        UPC Number: None

        Packaging Variations: None

        Weapons and Accessories: None

R2-D2 | C-3PO: Barrel-shaped R2-D2, a computer-repair droid, and human-shaped C-3PO, a protocol droid, work to aid the rebellion in the struggle against the Empire. They flee with the Rebels from their base on the vast red planet of Yavin to the barren ice planet of Hoth, where headquarters are temporarily maintained in one of the desolate planet's frigid ice caverns.

Luke Skywalker: Luke is the son of a Jedi Knight who was killed years before by the evil Darth Vader. Luke first learns of the Force thru Obi-Wan Kenobi, the last of the Jedi Knights, who later also falls to Vader's terrible lightsaber. To receive instruction in utilization of the Force, Luke travels to Dagobah, the bog planet. He is trained to become a Jedi Knight by Yoda, the wizened old Jedi Master. Yoda has taught Jedi Knights for eight hundred years. Gradually mastering the Force, Luke becomes an increasingly brave and resourceful warrior.

Darth Vader: The Dark Lord of the Sith, once a Jedi Knight, now draws his incredible evil powers from the dark side of the Force. As chief enforcer of the Galactic Emperor, Vader commands the Executor, most fearsome of the Imperial star destroyers. Vader hires Boba Fett, the notorious bounty hunter, who tracks the Millennium Falcon and its crew to Cloud City on the gaseous planet of Bespin. Concerned that Luke Skywalker grows ever-stronger with the Force, Vader seeks to lure him to the side of evil.

Lando Calrissian: Suave and dashing, Lando Calrissian is the administrator of Cloud City on the gaseous planet of Bespin. Han Solo and Princess Leia, pursued by Darth Vader's deadly armada of star destroyers, desperately seek refuge with Lando, though he is known by Han to be an accomplished con-artist and an opportinistic scoundrel. Lando betrays Han to Darth Vader, but later regrests his action and assists in the escape of the Millennium Falcon and its crew.

Point of Interest:
State laws prohibited the sale of glass cups in Massachusetts, so a plastic version was made and sold exclusively in that state.

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