Classic Sci-fi Alien GEOmetric Kit. Released in the spring of 1951, the atmospheric Sci-fi film "Man from Planet X" was the very first movie to feature an invader from outer space. Here's the title star of the film, recreated as a rare resin model figure kit by GEOmetric Design in new, unbuilt condition after 13 years.
Sculpted by Dan Christlieb, GEO's model depicts the space visitor in his elaborate spacesuit brandishing an otherworldly weapon, while poised atop a craggy display base with a sculpted movie-logo nameplate. X is a mixed media model consisting of solid light gray resin castings for primary kit parts, and a variety of plastic tubes, metal wires, and clear styrene pieces for detailing.
Most of the primary resin parts have been slightly sprayed with a darker gray primer by the kit's original owner, but the alien's head. There's also two clear plastic helmet halves that fit snuggly together. Although slight, the back side of the helmet has a central crack running from the helmet's bottom up about halfway.However, this minor flaw is unnoticeable once the model is completed. The figure is a large 1/6 scale kit, measuring approx. 11 ½" tall x 6 ½" wide x 6 deep on display. Sadly, GEOmetric Design has been gone many years now, with all of their many models long out of production. Today, their Man from Planet X is extremely scarce. If you like the Sci-fi kits of yesteryear, better grab this guy now, as he might not visit this world again. Please note that this is an original garage kit, not a recast. Sassy's Satellite caters to the true kit collectors worldwide, always offering only original garage kits, never recast kits, whether unbuilt models or professionally assembled & finished items. We are ethically opposed to recasting within the hobby and only deal in authentic original garage kits. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Models & Kits\Figures".
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