For more than 40 years, fans of Star wars they have collected everything. There is the one who has so many action figures in his house that he has had to rent a room from the neighbor to live. Also the one who builds a scale replica of the Razor Crest from The Mandalorian, albeit with an unfortunate end for the ship. We have established collectors such as Steve Sansweet and his Obi-Wan Ranch, or those who go on adventures to get unique pieces, such as Gus Lopez.
Gus has been living his passion for Star wars since A new hope, back then simply Star Wars, hit theaters in 1977. Its most prominent pieces include some parts of the movie sets.
As collected Inside the magic, Gus Lopez has come to travel to Tunisia, where the scenes of Tatooine both in the original trilogy and in the star wars prequels, to get incredible pieces of the sets. And for this he came to travel with a cargo container.
Parts include doors of Mos Espa of the set of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, and also the skeleton of the Krayt Dragon which can be seen in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, when C-3PO and R2-D2 they roam the sea of dunes. It is clear that the passion of some for Star Wars changes their lives forever, and without a doubt go to “hunt” objects from the filming of the films to the eastern sahara desert it has to be a great adventure.
Would you be able to travel to the Star Wars filming locations in the hope of getting items from the filming?
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