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On 3 April 2005, this article was nominated for deletion. The result was keep. See Wikipedia:Votes for deletion/Hasbro Darth Vader Voice Changer for a record of the discussion. – ABCD 22:19, 18 Apr 2005 (UTC)


yes merge and redirect to Darth Vaderplease- thank you


Erm.....does anyone know if an adult can wear this?

I think it may just big enough. -- user:zanimum
Yeah, adults can wear it. It's pretty expandable, and I'm a teen; I don't think my head's gonna get any wider than it is right now. Darth Katana X 05:01, 28 February 2006 (UTC)[reply]
I saw a professor wearing one last halloween, so that's a yes right there-- 19:48, 17 June 2006 (UTC)[reply]


This article is incorrect in stating that it was the first wearable darth vader mask toy. I had one in like 1998, with a voice changer built into it, and it wasn't counterfeit, nor was it a halloween costume. Does anyone know when the first one came out?

Yeah I definitely saw a full head helmet for sale around 1996-1998. I don't know if it had a voice changer. They were very expensive, about 3-4 times the price of the Hasbro mask IIRC, so I didn't buy one. I think Vlad Drac/Mike Patton (Mr. Bungle) used to wear one on stage too. RB30DE 06:08, 8 January 2007 (UTC)[reply]

What's the point?[edit]

Err, does anyone see the point of this article? I mean, it's a toy! Have we got an article on star wars merchandise this could be merged to? Well, that's my 50 pence. (Treedemfoir (talk) 08:44, 23 December 2007 (UTC))[reply]

Does it say "Luke, I am your father"?[edit]

Darth Vader's famous line in EP5 is not "Luke, I am your father", it's "No, I am your father". Is this a simple mistake, or have two lines been spliced together for the toy, to create that line? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Devil Master (talkcontribs) 17:26, 13 January 2008 (UTC)[reply]

Probably a new line, since the famously-remembered line doesn't have any emphasis on 'am' .. but if it IS spliced, let's hope the 'no' isn't "NOOOOOOOOoooo!!!" —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 18:51, 29 February 2008 (UTC)[reply]