It has been nearly 47 years since the infamous cantina in a certain wretched hive of scum and villainy made its debut. From the beginning, Kenner embraced the scene and created not one but two playsets based on the watering-hole and close to a dozen figures to populate it within the first few years. 

The Mos Eisley Cantina, also known as Chalmun’s Spaceport Cantina, and its patrons have been a work-in-progress for Kenner and then Hasbro across many of their action figure lines. It seems that barely a year will go by without a new offering, update or reissue of a Cantina-inspired item and despite the unending attention, there are still dozens of Cantina characters that have yet to be made. 

In this article, we have scoured our collections, the internet, and Disney+ in our attempt to bring a clear and complete look at what has been released so far and what is currently missing when it comes to the Mos Eisley Cantina. Our hope is collectors will be able to see what they feel they are missing and perhaps to provide some inspiration and conversation for the Hasbro Star Wars Team when it comes to which figures would be best in the future.


When it comes to playsets, neither Hasbro nor Kenner have produced definitive sets that include the various areas of the cantina such as the full bar, entrance with stairs, the stage and multiple booths. Most collectors, since the late 1990s, have relied on the cardboard 3-D pop-up for their displays so it goes without saying a super-deluxe Jabba’s Throne Room-type playset is much needed to display the nearly 50 different figures produced-to-date.

  • Cantina Adventure Set with Greedo, Walrusman, Hammerhead & (Blue) Snaggletooth (Kenner)

  • Creature Cantina Action Playset (Kenner)

  • Mos Eisley Cantina Pop-Up Action Diorama (POTF2)

  • Cantina at Mos Eisley Display 3-D Diorama with Sandtrooper & Patrol Droid (POTF2)


The various types of multipacks that have been produced over the years have in part included either display elements like backdrops and bases with the Cinema Scenes or worldbuilding pieces like the bar from The Original Trilogy Collection Screen Scenes. These smaller display pieces are great for those who do not have room for large displays.

Special Action Figure Sets with Backdrops (Kenner)

  • Creature Set with Greedo, Hammerhead & Walrus Man
  • Villain Set with Boba Fett, Sand People & Snaggletooth

Cinema Scenes (POTF2)

  • Cantina Aliens with Labria, Nabrun Leids & Takeel
  • Cantina Showdown with Dr. Evazan, Ponda Baba & Obi-Wan Kenobi

Screen Scenes (The Original Trilogy Collection)

  • Mos Eisley Cantina Scene 1 with Dr. Evanzan, Wuher & Kitik Keed’kak 
  • Mos Eisley Cantina Scene 2 with Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ponda Baba & Zutton aka Blue Snaggletooth

Commemorative Tin Collection (The 30th Anniversary Collection)

  • Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes with Figrin D’an, Tech Mo’r, Ickabel G’ont, Nalan Cheel & Doikk Na’ts

Special Action Figure Sets (The Vintage Collection)

  • Villian Set with Sand People, Boba Fett & Snaggletooth

Trooper Builder Packs (The Vintage Collection)


The few deluxe offerings that have been released have also provided some of those worldbuilding elements fans for the 3 ¾” line of figures have come to really really appreciate over the years. From more bar pieces in the Saga line to Cantina stage bases that actually play music, the deluxe line is something that could really thrive in the future as add-ons to potential playsets.

Mos Eisley Cantina Bar Assortment (Saga)

Wave 1

  • Ponda Baba
  • Momaw Nadon
  • Greedo

Wave 2 – Canceled

  • Wuher
  • Kitik Keed’kak
  • Dr. Evazan

Cantina Band Member (The 30th Anniversary Collection)

  • Figrin D’an
  • Doikk Na’ts
  • Ickabel G’ont
  • Tech M’or
  • Nalan Cheel


The backbone of this collection, basic carded action figures, who were designed in this scale on purpose to better interact with vehicles and playsets, have captivated the hearts of collectors for decades. Because of this, there have been over 4000 modern Star Wars figures released in the 3 ¾” scale. 

When it comes to specifically cantina characters, Hasbro has done a great job of steadily feeding fans new characters. But due to the density of the Cantina scenes in A New Hope, there are still many patrons both prominent and obscure that have yet to be made.

We reached out to our friends at in order to provide you with a visual guide for nearly every Cantina action figure that has been released in the past 47 years. This should assist with putting some strange names to some strange faces.

  • Bom Vimdin (TVC)
  • BoShek (POTJ)
  • C-3PO (various)
  • Chewbacca (various)
  • Dannik Jerriko (OTC)
  • Dice Ibegon (The Legacy Collection)
  • Djas Puhr (Saga)
  • Doikk Na’ts (POTF2, TVC)
  • Dr. Evazan (POTF2, TVC)
  • Elis Helrot (TAC)
  • Ellorrs Madak aka Ohwun De Maal (POTJ)
  • Feltipern Trevagg (OTC)
  • Figrin D’an (POTF2, TVC)
  • Greedo (Kenner, POTF2, OTC, The Saga Collection, Saga Legends)
  • Han Solo (various)
  • Hem Dazon (The Saga Collection)
  • Hrchek Kal Fas (The Legacy Collection)
  • Ickabel G’ont (POTF2, TVC)
  • Jawa (various)
  • Kabe (POTF2, The Saga Collection)
  • Ketwol (POTJ)
  • Kitik Keed’kak (The Saga Collection)
  • Labria aka Kardue’sai’Malloc (POTF2, The Saga Collection)
  • Lak Sivrak (POTF2)
  • Leesub Sirin (The Legacy Collection)
  • Luke Skywalker (various)
  • Mi’iyoom Onith (TAC)
  • Momaw Nadon aka Hammerhead (Kenner, POTF2, The Saga Collection)
  • Mosep Binneed (TBS)
  • Muftak (POTF2)
  • Myo (OTC)
  • Nabrun Leids (POTF2, The Saga Collection)
  • Nalan Cheel (POTF2)
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi (various)
  • Ponda Baba aka Walrus Man (Kenner, POTF2, OTC, TBS, TVC)
  • Pons Limbic (The Legacy Collection)
  • R2-D2 (various)
  • Sandtrooper (various)
  • Takeel (POTF2)
  • Tech M’or (POTF2)
  • Trinto Duaba (The Legacy Collection)
  • Wiosela (The Legacy Collection)
  • Wuher (POTF2, OTC)
  • Zutton aka Snaggletooth (Kenner, POTJ, TVC)

MIA(FF) – Missing In Action Figure Form

Now that we have covered what has been released so far, let’s shift gears to the numerous figures that have yet to appear in action figure form from the cantina. Hasbro’s Brand Teams of the past referred to these figures as being in their “parking lot”.  The list below includes aliens and humans who have been actually given names and backgrounds in Star Wars canon. Some of these characters were featured prominently like Arleil Schous (before the Special Edition), to those mostly deleted from existence like Han’s girlfriend Jenny, to those with blink-and-you-missed-it appearances like Swilla Corey.

  • Arleil Schous (Defel)
  • Atheloe (Lutrilliian)
  • Boelo (Human)
  • Braconner Bakiska (Stennes Shifter)
  • Brea Tonnika (Human)
  • Chachi De Maal aka Baniss Keeg (Duros)
  • Cobb Sonbepol (Gotal)
  • Damono Deomaley (Human)
  • Danz Borin (Human)
  • Debnoli (Human)
  • Galen Yeens (Human)
  • Garouf Lafoe (Human)
  • Hennet Kayn (Gotal)
  • Het Nkik (Jawa)
  • Jenny (Human)

  • Lirin Car’n (Bith)
  • Melas (Sarkan)
  • Neesh (Rodian)
  • Ownellco (Lutrillian)
  • Reegesk (Ranat)
  • Ront Byrnloo (Human)
  • Rycar Ryjerd (Bimm)
  • Sai’torr Kal Fas (Saurin)
  • Senni Tonnika (Human)
  • Swilla Corey (Human)
  • Tawass Khaa (Nimbanel)
  • Thuku (Rodian)
  • Tzizvvt (Brizzit)
  • Yerka Mig (Human)

There is Another

While we are not in any way encouraging Hasbro to take their eye off the ball and move away from producing characters from A New Hope’s iconic scene, we felt it would not be thorough of us to not include the other times that Chalmun’s has shown up in live action and animation. 

The following is a list of characters that appeared in the Cantina in their respective media, who also have not been made in their scene specific form.

The Star Wars Holiday Special

  • Ackmena (Human)
  • Bludlow (Rodian)
  • Caldera Righim (Talz)
  • Cebann Veekan (Hamadryas)
  • Cyceyed (Abyssin)
  • Deneb Both (Ithorian)
  • Dratun (Gotal)
  • Graven R’Ube (Y’bith)
  • Kelbo (M’shento’su’Nikto)
  • Ket Maliss (Dashade)
  • Kol Nurn (Advozse)
  • Krelman 
  • Myhr Rho (Cathar)
  • Rungs (Tintinna)
  • Sosio Kakra 
  • Teak Sidbam (Aqualish)
  • Thorp (Sakiyan)
  • Tork 
  • Yamnoss (H’nemthe)
  • Zutmore (Snivvian)

The Mandalorian

Season 1, Chapter 5: “The Gunslinger”

  • Dr. Mandible
  • Toro Calican
  • EV-9D9
  • Frog Dad

Season 2, Chapter 10: “The Passenger”

  • The Mandalorian & Grogu with Boba Fett gear
  • Peli Motto
  • Dr. Mandible
  • EV-9D9
  • Gigoran

The Clone Wars

Season 3, Episode 4: “Sphere of Influence”

  • Chairman Papanoida
  • Ion Papanoida
  • Che Amanwe Papanoida
  • Greedo
  • Gotal

Season 4, Episode 20: “Bounty”, Episode 21: “Brothers” & Episode 22: “Revenge”

  • Asajj Ventress
  • Bossk
  • Latts Razzi
  • Oked
  • Snaggletooth
  • Blue Snaggletooth
  • Cantina Band Member
  • Hammerhead

Top 10 Wishlist

If you have made it this far in this listicle, then we thought we would share with you our thoughts on who the next ten Cantina patrons should be to be pipelined or released via pack-ins because you are equally invested in collecting like we are.

#10 Yerka Mig – Just because he looks badass and most definitely has stories to tell.

#9 Chachi De Mall aka Baniss Keeg – This rare night out without the kids has been rough for Ohwun De Maal aka Ellorrs Madak as his wife has been missing all these years.

#8 Melas – He received the spotlight in Special Edition but never saw the light of day when it came to being cast in plastic.

#7 Jabba Goon – Did you know that Jabba’s henchmen from the Docking Bay 94 cut/Special Edition scene can all be found in the Cantina? Bring on Boelo or Gala Yeens or Ront Byrnloo.

#6 Tonnika Twins – While there is lots of conflicting information out there, these two are sorely missed from our collections.

#5 Lirin Car’n – This one is just for my OCD as the band is still not complete.

#4 Tzizvvt – We got the praying mantis already so why not give us the fly now!

#3 Arleil Schous – This poor guy got the boot in ‘97 and has never been seen again so it is time to give him some love.

#2 Ackmena – My love for the Holiday Special knows no bounds and who else is gonna cover the closing shift?

#1 Chalmun – I mean, he has been the owner since 1993 after all.

Well there you have it, no matter where the future lies in regards to the Mos Eisley Cantina, Kenner and Hasbro have laid the groundwork for a great collection and display and we hope this article has inspired collectors and Hasbro to keep growing this iconic scene.

Until we get a new home for our scum and villainy,

May the Figures be with you!