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Post Posted: October 17th 2004 9:43 pm
 

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remember reading something from bobafett.com that this sit said someone found a gag real in the new DVDS of Wicket fighting Boba Fett?

This true or total crap, and how do i find if it is true?


Post Posted: October 17th 2004 10:05 pm
 
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It's true - it's in the gag reel. I can't remember how to access it - you have to go to R2's panel, or just next to it, then when it's blue enter in 1138 but you have to do it right or it won't work . . .


www.dvdreview.com in it's "Hidden Features" section typically has all this info.

In any case, it shows Fett stalking an Ewok and taking shots at it. Funny stuff.


Post Posted: October 17th 2004 10:09 pm
 
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http://www.dvdreview.com/eastereggs/collect/624.html


Post Posted: October 18th 2004 8:59 pm
 
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There is a 4 pg. Review of 'Return of the Ewok' in 'SW' Insider #46 (3-PO 'TPM' Style is on the cover) A very small part of the 24 min. film (Created & Filmed in '82 by 'ROTJ' 1st Asst. Director David Tomblin) is used as an out-take in the '04 DVD Blooper Reel (Boba Fett/Wicket)

Lots of Thumbnail sized 'screen-grabs' accompany the article. It premiered at 'SW' Celebration 1 in Denver Colorado in '99

He filmed the short (Crammed full of Inside Jokes and Strange farce) at Lunch breaks and on Sundays on set at Elstree in Borehamwood, London and (the Endor Forest) Smith River, California and has cameos within by virtually all of the cast of 'ROTJ'

It says in the article that the original 16mm print was lost (LucasFilm archives didn't even have a copy) and all that is left is a grainy poor quality video dub but the clip in the 'Blooper Reel' looked pretty good to me ....


Post Posted: October 18th 2004 9:01 pm
 
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sweet.


Post Posted: May 31st 2005 9:32 am
 

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Capt. Sith Park wrote:
There is a 4 pg. Review of 'Return of the Ewok' in 'SW' Insider #46 (3-PO 'TPM' Style is on the cover) A very small part of the 24 min. film (Created & Filmed in '82 by 'ROTJ' 1st Asst. Director David Tomblin) is used as an out-take in the '04 DVD Blooper Reel (Boba Fett/Wicket)

Lots of Thumbnail sized 'screen-grabs' accompany the article. It premiered at 'SW' Celebration 1 in Denver Colorado in '99

He filmed the short (Crammed full of Inside Jokes and Strange farce) at Lunch breaks and on Sundays on set at Elstree in Borehamwood, London and (the Endor Forest) Smith River, California and has cameos within by virtually all of the cast of 'ROTJ'

It says in the article that the original 16mm print was lost (LucasFilm archives didn't even have a copy) and all that is left is a grainy poor quality video dub but the clip in the 'Blooper Reel' looked pretty good to me ....


I saw this back in 1995 at and Elstree convention.

Check out http://www.lepconnie.com/articles/swi46 ... film2.html

and

http://homepage.mac.com/scottchernoff/i ... bum86.html


Post Posted: May 31st 2005 11:38 pm
 
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Thanx 4 that

I attended C3 at the end of April, once inside the doors and after a quick look at the Convention guide, the first program I noticed was 'Mystery Ewok theater 2005' on the Saga stage which was the Hall that was hosted by Warwick Davis

He played the complete 'Return of the Ewok' with a commentary over top of the screening and then replayed it without the voice-over

It was very informative, I enjoyed it alot and he is a very entertaining host - A great way to kick off 4 days of nothin' but 'SW'


Post Posted: June 1st 2005 8:25 am
 
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By no means is it a professional and greatly produced piece - that's what makes it neat, don't forget this was put together in their spare time - as a joke, on sundays and days off

Lots of cameos from Cast, Production staff and Family members

The Fett part is awesome - must have been filmed by a second camera as the real scene was underway in the Death Star dockingbay


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