Jurassic Park Barbasol Nedry Figure

$64.99
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NOTE: This item was originally slated as a San Diego Comic-Con 2020 Exclusive for Mattel and Entertainment Earth. It will not include an SDCC@Home sticker, nor a Convention Exclusive sticker.

PRODUCT SCHEDULE TO ARRIVE AUGUST 2020

  • Capture an iconic moment in Jurassic Park with this exclusive action figure!
  • Features movie-true deco, film-accurate accessories, and deluxe detail.
  • Lights up and speaks authentic Dennis Nedry dialog!
  • Measuring 3 3/4-inches tall, it captures the spirit of the franchise legacy.
  • Packaging is based on the Barbasol shaving can seen on-screen!
Mattel / Entertainment Earth Convention Exclusive! "Nedry! Nedry! We've got a Nedry figure here!" Based on the original Jurassic Park film, this Jurassic Park Barbasol Dennis Nedry Action Figure - 2020 Convention Exclusive is a must-have collectible for fans. In his splashy Hawaiian shirt and shorts, he measures about 3 3/4-inches tall and comes with film-accurate accessories that include the bag of money from Dodgson, a piece of pie, and the Barbasol can of embryos so you can reenact your favorite scenes. The 7 1/2-inch tall packaging is based on the Barbasol Beard Buster shaving can seen in the movie - it lights up and speaks authentic Dennis Nedry dialog! This exclusive figure is available for a limited time only, so grab yours before it goes extinct and you miss out. Colors and decorations may vary. Ages 8 and up.

This cool Nedry figure is hidden in a Barbasol can that holds him and serves as a display case. For extra fun, twist the base of the can package to trigger a dramatic light effect and reveal the figure! Press the top of the can to hear these iconic lines Nedry says in the movie:

"Ah, ah, ah! You didn’t say the magic word!"
"Dodgson! Dodgson! We’ve got Dodgson here!"
"Don’t get cheap on me, Dodgson."
"Ah, no wonder you’re extinct."
"I'm totally unappreciated in my time."


Relive the exciting big-screen action of Jurassic Park with this highly collectible Dennis Nedry figure! The fan-favorite villain and devious programmer is inspired by the scene when Nedry meets Dodgson for the cash-for-embryos deal in the original film. As Nedry enjoys a nice seaside breakfast, Dodgson shows up with a bag of money and the modified Barbasol can to hold the embryos.