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1. Mr. Potato Head Darth Tater
$16.99
2. Mr. Potato Head Silly Suitcase
$13.99
3. Potato Head Electronic Handheld

1. Mr. Potato Head Darth Tater
list price: $9.99
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Asin: B00061I4U6
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Sales Rank: 84
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Be it a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away or right here at home in the 21st century, Mr. Potato Head never fails to reinvent himself. For generations this spectacular spud has wowed us all with his ability to keep up with the times. Now he throws us all for a loop once again to reveal that even he has a Dark Side, taking up the role of the most menacing movie villains of all times: Darth Vader. Donning the trademark black helmet, mask and cape, our favorite tuber wields the infamous red lightsaber to become his own Darth Tater. Of course you’ll still find all the classic accessories like the googly eyes, red nose, and silly tongue we’ve come to love but now with an added twist of Star Wars. As always, all the pieces still fit away inside his body for easy storage.--Chip Quinn ... Read more

Reviews (29)

5-0 out of 5 stars Together they shall rule as father and spud...
At 42 years of age, I never thought I would find myself seeking out a Mr. Potato Head.But one look at Darth Tater and I was gone. Darth Tater now has his place on my desk at a respected law firm, but rarely can someone enter my office without playing with him.He sits on my desk, glaring menacingly out the office door at all those who dare to pass by.Generally, once he is spotted perched on his corner of my desk, he is greeted with a smile and his light saber arm is raised up and down.OK, so one coworker called me a dork, but that's OK.She's young and has much to learn.....My advice?Get Darth Tater if you can!!

5-0 out of 5 stars REVENGE OF THE TATOR!
This is great toy...I always loved Mr. Potato Head & now Darth Tator is my new favorite toy!

Make sure you get your hands on this one while you still can, I know they still have them in stock at other sites.

Oh & one more thing in reference to the guy from Lodi who openly admitted he hates Star Wars...its a shame that he owns one of the Tators & I hope his Tator seeks his revenge & breaks!

5-0 out of 5 stars I taterly love this toy
my teacher brought this in to school and he isnt even a star wars fan. when i saw it and read the darth tater name i thought it was hilarious and got one myself and i hate starwars i just love darth tater tho

4-0 out of 5 stars Sure to be a mashing success with "Star Wars" fans...
Okay, I really wish I had come up with "Use the Forks, Luke" first, because no one is going to be able to top that one when it comes to the Mr. Potato Head Darth Tater.But I bet you cannot stop at just one when it comes to riffing on this idea (e.g., Luke and Leia are now Darth Tater Tots and the story takes place "in a grocers far, far away").Not since somebody decided to dress up Barbie in costumes from famous movies has a childhood icon benefited from a commercial tie in to a major motion picture.But not even Barbie as Eliza Doolittle from "My Fair Lady" comes close to the high level of Midi-Cuteians with this toy.

In addition to the "Potato" with it storage space in the back, Mr. Potato Head Darth Tater comes with helmet, mask, cape, feet, arms (right one holding a light saber), eyes, nose, mouth, tongue, and two ears.The mask makes the nose, mouth and tongue incompatible (the mouth and tongue are either/or choices to begin with).Consequently, you can experiment with other looks besides the obvious: lose the mask and cape, put a face together, and the result is pretty cute.Of course, everything works just as well on a real potato for those of you who want to go real Old School on this one.

If the words Mr. Potato Head Darth Tater does not sell you then the picture of this toy has got to seal the deal.There are obviously limited opportunities for companion Potato Heads in this series.Princess Leia's original cinnamon hair buns would work, as would Yoda (albiet with a green potato), but neither of those is ever going to be as cute as this one unless they use some sort of Jedi mind trick.That is because the farce is strong with this one...

5-0 out of 5 stars I LOVE DARTH TATER!
This is the coolest thing ever!He sits on my desk and watches me with those glaring eyes.He sometimes uses the force to manipulate me.Someone please help me!You are my only hope! ... Read more


2. Mr. Potato Head Silly Suitcase 40 Pieces

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Asin: B000302A78
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Sales Rank: 548
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3. Potato Head Electronic Handheld Game

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Asin: B00000IWF4
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Sales Rank: 3031
Average Customer Review: 2.73 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (11)

from a spud lover
Not only was my child able to expand her vocabulary, but she dropped this toy from the top of a ferris wheel and it didn't break. When she was younger, it kept her entertained for hours upon hours!

Frightening Grammar
If you do well, Mr. Potato Head says, "You did good!" Yikes! If you are trying to teach your children even passable grammar, a toy like this will set your efforts back immeasurably.

excellent
This is a game they can play in the car and use there imagination. It helps with memory, creativity and sequencing.

Entertaining for 3 year olds
My 5 year old daugther received this as a present and was never that interested in it for more than a few minutes. My 3 year old son, however, will use this game weekly and be entertained by it for at least 20 minutes. It has been great for car rides and waiting in restaurants. It can be annoying because it takes a while to turn off, but at least it turns off by itself!

Ugh, be quiet already
My daughter enjoyed this toy for about a week - it was her first handheld game so she was naturally excited about it even though it's not much fun. It's biggest problem is that it doesn't have an OFF button and it goes on and on before it finally gets quiet (back in the days she occasionally played with it, she would shove it into a closet or under a pillow when she was finished). The second biggest problem is that it seems to have a mind of its own and randomly starts talking when no one is touching it (Nothing I hate more than a haunted toy). I haven't even seem my daughter's game since moving into a new house four months ago. I know it's there because I hear it talking on a regular basis. If I ever find it, it's going in the give away pile. ... Read more


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