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Elvis Presley Movie Collectible: 2009 Funko Force Jailhouse Rock Figure in Blue Lid Display Case

$50.00
  • Elvis Presley Movie Collectible: 2009 Funko Force Jailhouse Rock Figure in Blue Lid Display Case

Funko

Elvis Presley Movie Collectible: 2009 Funko Force Jailhouse Rock Figure in Blue Lid Display Case

$50.00

• Do the Jailhouse rock!
• Head swivels!
• Arms rotate!
•  Comes in the rare blue lid display case.

This Elvis Jailhouse Rock Funko Force figure features a moving head and arms. The figure features Elvis Presley in his black jacket and pants, as remembered by many adoring fans in his 1957 "Jailhouse Rock" movie! The figure stands about 6-inches tall and comes in a displayable rare blue lid cylinder window box.

Box office The film peaked at number 3 on the Variety box office chart, and reached number 14 for the year at the box office. According to MGM records, the film earned $3.2 million in the US and Canada and $1,075,000 elsewhere during its initial theatrical run, resulting in a profit of $1,051,000.[1] In 1957, Presley was ranked the fourth leading box office commodity in the film industry. According to Variety, by 1969, Jailhouse Rock's gross income in the United States and Canada was comparable to that of The Wizard of Oz (1939).


BuyRockNRoll is an authorized retailer of products licensed and manufactured by Funko, LLC.

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• Do the Jailhouse rock!
• Head swivels!
• Arms rotate!
•  Comes in the rare blue lid display case.

This Elvis Jailhouse Rock Funko Force figure features a moving head and arms. The figure features Elvis Presley in his black jacket and pants, as remembered by many adoring fans in his 1957 "Jailhouse Rock" movie! The figure stands about 6-inches tall and comes in a displayable rare blue lid cylinder window box.

Box office The film peaked at number 3 on the Variety box office chart, and reached number 14 for the year at the box office. According to MGM records, the film earned $3.2 million in the US and Canada and $1,075,000 elsewhere during its initial theatrical run, resulting in a profit of $1,051,000.[1] In 1957, Presley was ranked the fourth leading box office commodity in the film industry. According to Variety, by 1969, Jailhouse Rock's gross income in the United States and Canada was comparable to that of The Wizard of Oz (1939).


BuyRockNRoll is an authorized retailer of products licensed and manufactured by Funko, LLC.