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William "Buck" Rogers (or "Anthony 'Buck' Rogers," as he was first called) was created by Philip Francis in 1929. The character debuted in Armageddon: 2149 A. D. and has since been depicted in serials, comics, books, cinema, and television. To learn more about the history of Buck Rogers, and a particular collectible in our collection, we invite you to watch our mini-documentary, Bang for your Buck, below. We also present two offerings of classic Buck Roger, as we must not forget that other actors portrayed the character before Gil Gerard. The items in our collection are listed below.
Bang for your Buck -- A mini-documentary produced by Starlight Nights about Buck Rogers as well a showcasing a collectible.
An Interplanetary Battle with the Tigermen from Mars (1935). Starring John Dille, Jr. as Buck Rogers.
Planet Outlaws (1953). Starring Larry (Buster) Crabbe as Buck Rogers. Buster Crabbe also played Flash Gordon during this time in cinema.
Buck Rogers Collectibles
Thunderfighter Hero Prop with Gil Gerard's Signature
ReelArt Studios Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Statue
Limited Edition, 25/500
This 1950's version of Buck Rogers is sculpted by Tony Cipriano and paint mastered by Joy & Tom Studios. It depicts the hero in action with blazing guns and rising on a cloud of smoke from his jet pack.
Wilma Deering Heroine of the 25th Century Statue
This 1920's version of Wilma Deering is released by Gohero and Phicen Limited. Wilma Deering was the first "space girl" -- clever, intelligent, and adventurous. And she never was the stereotypical "damsel in distress!"
Dark Horse Comics Statuettes
Limited Editions: Buck Rogers 144/600, Wilma Deering 319/600
Sculpted by Yoe! Studios
Sponsored by the Dille Family Trust
Mego Buck Rogers Ships -- Thunderfighter and Draconian Maurader
Mego Buck Rogers 3.75-inch Action Figures
(From left to right) Buck Rogers, Wilma Deering, Dr. Huer, Twiki, Princess Ardalla, Tiger Man, Killer Kane, Draco, Draconian Guard
Crichton (Season Two). Custom made.
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