Jurassic Park Mattel Toy Immortalizes Ray Arnold’s Final Scene
In 1993, a scene from Jurassic Park was immortalized with a toy. Now, the movie’s final scene is coming back to life thanks to a new Mattel toy.
The Mattel creations is a toy that immortalizes the final scene of Jurassic Park. It is based off of Ray Arnold’s death scene in the movie.
For those who have always wondered what happened in the final moments of Jurassic Park’s Ray Arnold, played by Samuel L Jackson in the Steven Spielberg film, Mattel’s [email protected] is releasing a new deluxe toy set that allows fans of the dinosaur thriller to recreate one of the film’s most “iconic scenes never seen.” The “Jurassic Park Final Scene Ray Arnold” set, which was shown as part of Mattel’s exclusive Comic-Con 2021 products, brings the death of one of Jackson’s first characters to life…sort of.
While Mattel has recently produced individual Ray Arnold and the deadly Velociraptor toys, this unique version comes in a collector’s box with lights and sounds to transform into the ultimate display that mimics the maintenance shed where Arnold meets his end. The collection includes a 3.75-inch Arnold figure with a detachable arm that can be fed straight to the Velociraptor that completes the set. This set will undoubtedly find a home at a period when 80s and 90s nostalgia is very much alive and well in many toy lines, and for the fair price tag of $25.00, there are far more costly components out there.
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The collector’s item’s description says, “This unique collector bundle is something that fans would give their right arm for. It imagines the iconic scene from the Jurassic Park film, in which Chief Engineer John Raymond ‘Ray’ Arnold courageously goes to the maintenance shed to restart the electricity. The box contains a highly posable 3.75-inch (9.5-cm) action figure of Arnold with detachable arm inside the maintenance shed environment, capturing this sad moment that only exists in the imagination. The ferocious-looking Velociraptor figurine, which is 2.4 inches (6.1 cm) tall and 7 inches (17.8 cm) long, reminds us of how Arnold dies, losing his arm in the process. The tension is heightened with sounds and lighting, and even the packaging matches the scene’s realistic environment. Collectors will love this, particularly Jurassic Park enthusiasts! Colors and decorations are subject to change. $25 suggested retail price”
Jurassic Park, one of the most popular films of the 1990s, brought to life the characters from Michael Crichton’s book about science gone wrong, and featured some of the most spectacular dinosaurs ever seen on screen, either before or after, as many would say. Mattel just released its Amber Collection of toys based on the film, which includes highly-articulated figurines of stars Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough, Laura Dern, and Sam Neill, as well as Samuel L. Jackson. While we are still waiting for the T-Rex to appear in this collection, Mattel has so far provided 90s youngsters with the toys they wanted they had almost 30 years ago.
There has never been a better time for these toy lines to hit shelves, and certain marketing people at Mattel will be well aware of that. With Jurassic World: Dominion set to hit theaters next summer, bringing the current dino-centric trilogy to a close, there has never been a better time for these toy lines to hit shelves, and there is little doubt that certain marketing people at Mattel will be well aware of that. Orders will open on the Mattel Creations website on Thursday, July 22nd at 9 a.m. PST for anyone interested in purchasing.
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