ToyShnip.com, a leading online store for collectibles, is excited to introduce the latest addition to its collection of pop culture film-inspired toys. This time, it’s the 1987 fairytale adventure movie, The Princess Bride, which has been turned into highly detailed figures by McFarlane Toys.
The Princess Bride movie was actually based on a novel by William Goldman. However, the movie adaptation gained more popularity, leading to the creation of these collectible toys 35 years later.
The Princess Bride Wave 1 includes three action figures, each with 22 points of articulation for maximum swashbuckling fun. Let's take a closer look at each figure:
First up is the beautiful farm girl from the county of Florin, who is the true love of Westley. This action figure is dressed in her iconic red dress from the film, featuring a real fabric skirt and base.
Next, we have Inigo Montoya, seeking revenge on the six-fingered man who killed his father. He comes dressed in his iconic outfit and is equipped with his father's glittering sword, the magnum opus. The action figure also features extreme detailing, including scars on his face from his past.
Lastly, we have the man in black, also known as Dread Pirate Roberts. This figure comes with a sword for fighting and is depicted in his pirate outfit. The character is none other than Westley the farm boy, who took on the persona of Dread Pirate Roberts after being captured.
All three figures are around 7 inches tall and come in themed window box packaging. In addition to these figures, ToyShnip.com is also offering a 10-inch figure of Fezzik, complete with a rock and a peanut.
Fans of The Princess Bride can now relive their favorite moments from the film and recreate their own fairytale adventures by adding these action figures to their collection. You can find them all at ToyShnip.com.
And for those who haven't watched the movie yet or want to relive the fun, The Princess Bride is currently streaming on Disney+. So, are you ready to search for your true love, avenge your father's death, or duel to the end? Let us know in the comments below.