Adorable Jawa Costume


21 Responses to “Adorable Jawa Costume”

  1. pretzellogic says:

    So many memories of my childhood in the 70s come flooding back! Where are my Star Wars action figures!
    (Oh yeah…mom sold them at a garage sale)

  2. seyo says:

    Cease and Desist letters threatening lawsuits from Lucas in 3…. 2…. 1……

  3. phlavor says:

    I dun been blowed up by a cuteness bomb!

  4. That Evening Sun says:

    Very cool! I was so very glad to hear the Jawa and Tusken vocalizations! Awesome kids!

  5. gwailo_joe says:

    I had to send this link to all my pals: E-mail heading:

    “The only legitimate, possible reason to have children.”


  6. Sethum says:

    The best costumes I have perhaps ever seen.

  7. Brainspore says:

    My dog is going as Chewbacca this year, but she’s a golden retriever so all we really needed to do was add an ammo belt.

  8. Anonymous says:

    ooh, teeny!

  9. Jazzhigh says:

    Awesome costumes! I was a Tusken raider for Halloween way back in 1977…course there’s not any pictures because them was the dark ages!

  10. Anonymous says:

    i want the jawa child!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Those costumes are great.
    That is the coolest Grandma EVER!

  12. Anonymous says:

    Dean, how could you miss using “Adowable Jawa costumes” for a headline?

  13. Anonymous says:

    That just pinned the cute-o-meter to the right.

  14. ahaley says:

    Those kids would get every candy in the bowl!

  15. Jack says:

    Ooooh!!! Teeney!

  16. Anonymous says:

    thanks for whoever posted this, my kids have no idea they are internet stars

  17. scifijazznik says:

    My eight-year-old self is insanely jealous.

  18. lectio says:

    VERY awesome!

  19. Chang says:

    Back in ’77 these two girls from up the street had homemade Jawa costumes. They were the shit, with hoods, lights, masks: the works! It was one of the few times I wished I was short.

    Some day I will take full advantage of being 6’6″ and get a full-scale high quality Chewbacca costume.

  20. Anonymous says:

    I always heard “Houdini”. I wonder what it is in the script (if it is in the script)?

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