Hasbro ( HAS) matched profit estimates Monday, saying revenue held up better than expected in the face of a steep drop in sales of Star Wars merchandise.The Pawtucket, R.I., toy seller made $27.1 million, or 7 cents a share, down from the year-ago $29.5 million, or 13 cents a share. Revenue dropped 7.8% from a year ago to $528 million. Analysts surveyed by Thomson Financial were looking for a 7-cent profit on sales of $517 million. "Given the anticipated decline in Star Wars of $84.8 million, our top line results are better than we expected and the remaining business is performing well, up $40.2 million or 9.4% for the quarter and $102.8 million or 13.2% for the year, which bodes well for our full year results," said CEO Alfred J. Verrecchia. North American segment revenue fell to $362 million from $388.0 million in 2005. The decline reflects a $47.7 million drop in Star Wars, which was partially offset by growth in Playskool, Magic: The Gathering, Littlest Pet Shop, Nerf, G.I. Joe, Transformers and board games. The North American segment reported an operating profit of $30.4 million, compared to $25.4 million last year, which has been adjusted to include the impact of stock-based compensation. International segment revenues for the quarter were $153.2 million, compared to $172.5 million in 2005, a decline of $19.3 million. The results reflect strong performance from Monopoly, Play-Doh, Littlest Pet Shop, Magic: The Gathering and Playskool, which was offset by a $37.1 million decline in Star Wars. The International segment reported an operating loss of $8.1 million for the quarter, compared with an operating profit of $1.2 million in 2005, as adjusted to include the impact of stock-based compensation.