No visible bleeding or smudges any where on the figures
head is a good start, but the figures teeth require more
detailing as the white paint used is not strong enough to
hide the darker plastic below. The chicken has been detailed
to appear shredded which is an achievement.
Using Sideshow's well established sixth scale male body,
Tee Hee has all the movement you would expect to place him
in a variety of villainous poses.
He features tight fitting joints from the head, neck, ball
jointed shoulders, chest, cut biceps, double jointed elbow,
and wrist. Below the elbow the clawed arm is a single piece,
and the claw is a static extension out of the arm. The waist
down with a twistable waist, hips, thighs, and knees and
ankles. The loose fitting suit allows for a full range of
Just as in the film, Tee Hee sports a red blazer and gray
slacks. The shirt and tie are an improvement on the past
Bond figures issue by Sideshow, however the tie the figure
comes with is not the same as the one on the box as the
pattern differs slightly.
The blazer has 70's styling with over sized lapels, and
four buttons are stitched on rather glued which is a nice
The gray trousers are a different material to the blazer
and are extremely well tailored. The figure is finished
off with the standard black shoes with minimal detailing.
Right: Tee Hee tempts his baby crocodile
with a piece of tasty plastic chicken.