“What is Love? Baby don’t hurt me, don’t hurt me, no more…” All the while head bobbing from side to side with the occasional finger point. The guy (Steve Butabi portrayed by Will Ferrell) from A Night at the Roxbury first debuted as a hilarious skit on SNL in 1996 and subsequently a movie was made in 1998. The guy has all the smooth moves, the slick rayon clothes, and the overtly cocky swag yet finds himself consistently rejected by the opposite sex, and he cant imagine why. I think its so funny because we all know that guy, he goes by different names but we know that guy. Now forever immortalized in action figure form.
This is a very unique and extremely rare handmade action figure sealed in quality packaging. Many hours were spent on this piece to produce the final product you see here. Careful attention to details are apparent from the overall packaging right down to the facial construction and painting of the figure. Truly a one-of-a-kind piece of collectable memorabilia. The figure itself is fully poseable but is sealed in a plastic bubble to keep it in mint condition. The card back is printed on high quality card stock as good if not better than what you will find with any mass produced toy. This piece will enhance any toy collection and sure to be a huge head turner. Also makes the perfect gift for the toy connoisseur in your life.
Note: This is more of an art piece rather than an actual toy and therefore is not intended to be opened, just for display. But if you purchase it you can do what you want with it, its yours after all, I’m just sayin…
Overall dimensions of package:
Artist signature on back.