Celebrate 40 Years of E.T. with a Fisher-Price Little People Collector Set

It’s been forty years since a young boy named Elliot met a little lost alien in his backyard in Steven Spielberg’s classic E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. For an entire generation, this was our first memory of crying both sad and happy tears in a movie theater. Now, as a way of celebrating this legendary sci-fi film, Fisher-Price is releasing a brand new Little People Collector set. It features Elliott, his sister Gertie, and of course, E.T. himself.

Fisher-Price's new E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Little People figures.

You can check out the images and read the description for this new E.T. Little People set below:

Fans of the iconic science-fiction film from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment can relive the heartwarming tale of a young boy and his extraordinary new friend with this special edition Little People Collector E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial figure set from Fisher-Price, Featuring 3 Little People figures styled like characters from the 1982 film, including E.T., Elliott, and Gertie, this adorable figure set comes in a specially designed package that’s perfect for any fan’s display shelf.  This display-worthy figure set comes in a specially designed package featuring colors and graphics from the 1982 film, including the iconic moment when E.T. heals Elliott’s wounded finger. 

The packaging artwork features the film’s signature image. That of E.T. and Elliott riding on a flying bicycle against the background of a full moon on Halloween night. It’s easily one of the most iconic images in cinema history, even all these decades later. Just looking at the image, you can hear J ohn Williams’ soaring and iconic score. This set is the perfect gift for any adult collector who grew up watching the film. And of course, for their children, discovering these characters for the first time. You can head over to the official Mattel website and get your own E.T. Little People Collector set for $14.99, starting on September 14. 

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