Ben (Obi-Wan) Kenobi
Ben (Obi-Wan) Kenobi (38250) P
Product Info
Manufacturer Kenner
Scale 3¾ inches
MN 38250
Character (1) Kenobi, Obi-Wan "Ben"
Collection 1
Star Wars
Ben (Obi-Wan) Kenobi (38250) v1 F
Collection Star Wars
Year 1977
Wave 1
Price $1.49
UPC None
Collection 2
The Empire Strikes Back
Ben (Obi-Wan) Kenobi (38250) v2 F
Collection The Empire Strikes Back
Year 1980
Wave Repack
Price $2.49
UPC 76281 38250
Collection 3
Return of the Jedi
Ben (Obi-Wan) Kenobi (38250) v3 F
Collection Return of the Jedi
Year 1983
Wave Repack
Price $2.99
UPC 76281 38250
Collection 4
Power of the Force
Collection Power of the Force
Year 1985
Wave Repack
Price $2.99
UPC 76281 38250
  • Lightsaber
  • Vinyl Cape
Return of the Jedi
Ben (Obi-Wan) Kenobi (38250) v3 R

Ben (Obi-Wan) Kenobi was a figure released in 1977, part of the Star Wars collection.

Description Ben (Obi-Wan) Kenobi (38250) Lightsaber-T

This figure first appeared on the Star Wars 12-back card. During the Return of the Jedi 65-back releases, the image on this figure's card was replaced with a new image. Though known examples indicate that the switch took place during the 65C production run, it is possible that earlier examples could exist. The original photo made its last appearance on the Return of the Jedi 65C-back. Note that the distinction of 65D and 65E cards is the Anakin figure offer stickers, the 65C was the last printed 65-back variation. The new image was used on all other cards after including the Power of the Force card.

Unlike the myriad sculpts we see in the modern line, there was only one version of Ben (Obi-Wan) Kenobi made in the vintage line.

Major Variation(s)

Though all vintage figures have minor variations, the Ben (Obi-Wan) Kenobi figure’s only major variation in the figure itself is the hair color. It was available with either white or gray hair.

There are two versions of the Lightsaber. The first version (available scarcely on the Star Wars 12-back card only) was made of two pieces and featured a double telescoping action. When weighing out playability versus cost efficiency, the double telescoping version was replaced by the much more common single telescoping Lightsaber. The second version was also shipped in much greater quantities than the first version on the Star Wars 12-back card.

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