Product Summary Sideshow Exclusive
The Sideshow Exclusive version of the Wyatt Earp Premium Format Figure includes a unique feature available nowhere else: Switch-out hand holding Smith & Wesson Schofield Pistol
The Wyatt Earp Premium Format figure is a stunning 1:4 scale museum-quality piece. With Colt Peacemaker drawn, Earp confidently takes aim for the shootout. Each piece is individually painted and finished to exacting standards, each with its own unique quality and detail that is the trademark of a handcrafted Sideshow Collectibles Premium Format Figure. The figure is dressed in an incredibly detailed, hand-tailored fabric costume, including an 1870's frock coat with wired hem for poseability. The costume accessories are complete with real metal watch chains and a removable working belt. The Wyatt Earp Premium Format figure is a striking representation of the Old West legend, an outstanding addition to any display.
Product Specifications License: Six Gun Legends Product Type: Premium Format Figure Product Size: 18" H (457.2mm) x 7.5" W (190.5mm) x 13" D (330.2mm)* Product Weight: 10.00 lbs (4.54 kg)* Box Size: 20.00" H (508mm) x 10.00" W (254mm) x 15.00" L (381mm)* Est. Shipping Weight: 10.00 lbs (4.54 kg)*
* Product size and weight are approximate values. Est. Ship Weight is an estimated value for U.S. shipping calculated by item, box and shipping materials. International (non-EU) shipping costs are based on dimensional weight, click here for more information.
Greg Mowry of Geppetto Productions
The Sideshow Collectibles Design and Development Team
Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles
A legend of the Old West, Wyatt Earp traveled throughout the Southwestern territories from boomtown to boomtown. Throughout his years in the territories, Earp became infamous as a gambler, boxing referee and fearless lawman. Wyatt Earp met Doc Holliday in Fort Griffin, Texas, 1877, and shortly after, the two became legendary cohorts. Along with his four brothers, Wyatt Earp made his way back to Tombstone, Arizona Territory, where the Earps became the standing law enforcement of the area.
By 1881, a feud had begun between the Earps and the Cowboys of the Tombstone region. When the quick-tempered Holliday joined his friend in Tombstone, he was quickly drawn into the feud. After Holliday traded words with Ike Clanton of the Cowboy gang, death threats were exchanged and the fighting escalated. The two groups would collide in a legendary shootout, the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.