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Jurassic Park 3 Action Figures 2001

In 2001 the Jurassic Park 3 action figures were released to tie-in with the final, or what was supposed to have been the final, movie of the series.

This line, unlike the previous, followed a more typical Hasbro feel with smaller 3.75 inch human figures and harder plastic. 

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The 'star’ of this movie was supposed to have been the new Spinosaurus, which even replaced the T-Rex on the logo, however the T-Rex was later switched back in when, despite massive marketing, the Spinosaurus failed to catch on and become as popular as many had hoped.

Many of the original Kenner dinosaurs where featured in this line featuring the new "Dino Damage" which was supposed to represent the savage wounds that were inflicted on them in the movie.

The line consisted of: seven human figures, which sell for $5-$10; thirteen dinosaurs, which sell for $15-$20; three vehicles, $25-$30 and one play set, $40-$50.

Jurassic Park 3 Humans

Alan GrantAlan Grant
Eric KirbyEric Kirby
Amanda KirbyAmanda Kirby
Billy BrennanBilly Brennan
Paul KirbyPaul Kirby
Military DriverrMilitary Driver
Miliary GeneralMiliary General
Dr Alan GrantDr Alan Grant

Jurassic Park 3 Dinosaurs

AlpharaptorAlpharaptor
AquaspinoAnimspino
BrachiosaurusBrachiosaurus
DilophosaurusDilophosaurus
PackraptorPackraptor
PteranodonPteranodon
SpinosaurusSpinosaurus
TapejaraTapejara
Tyrannosaurus RexTyrannosaurus Rex
TriceratopsTriceratops
Stalking RaptorStalking Raptor
Poseable RaptorPoseable Raptor
Poseable SpinoPoseable Spino
Animatronic SpinosaurusAnimatronic Spinosaurus
Remote Control SpinosaurusRemote Control Spinosaurus
Ultra Tyrannosaurus RexUltra Tyrannosaurus Rex
Ultra PteranodonUltra Pteranodon

Vehicles

All Terrain Dino TrackerAll Terrain Dino Tracker
Air Heli-Sabre Marine CopterAir Heli-Sabre Marine Copter
Raptor Motorcycle PursuitRaptor Motorcycle Pursuit

Playsets

Raptor Attack PlaysetRaptor Attack Playset
Dino Tracking SetDino Tracking Set

Sources:

JP Toys

Jurassic Park Wiki

Official Guide to Action Figures by Stuart W Wells and Jim Main

Toyfare Magazine


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