a.k.a. Return of the Jedi
Director: Richard Marquand
Male Deaths:[edit | edit source]
- Glyn Baker (Endicott)
- Dirk Yohan Beer (Barada/Stormtrooper/Scout Trooper)
- Jeremy Bulloch (Boba Fett)
- Ben Burtt (Dyer)
- Michael Carter (Bib Fortuna)
- Hayden Christensen (Anakin Skywalker 2004 Revamp)
- Kenneth Colley (Admiral Piett)
- Sean Crawford (Saelt-Marae)
- Ronny Cush (Grizz Frix)
- Peter Diamond (Scout Trooper; Unidentified Weequay Skiff Master)
- Mark Dodson (Salacious B. Crumb)
- Alan Flyng (Imperial Officer - Executor)
- Ernie Fosselius (Giran)
- Frank Henson (Taym Dren-Garen)
- Phil Herbert (Hermi Odle)
- James Earl Jones (voice of Darth Vader)
- Tom O'Mannion (Commander Merrejk)
- Richard Marquand (Newland)
- Ian McDiarmid (Emperor Palpatine)
- Hilton McRae (Arvel Crynyd, Green Leader)
- Pip Miller (Stardestroyer Captain #1)
- Billy J. Mitchell (Keir Santage)
- Frank Oz (Yoda)
- Michael Pennington (Moff Jerjerrod)
- David Prowse (Darth Vader)
- Tim Rose (Salacious B. Crumb)
- Sebastian Shaw (Anakin Skywalker)
- Paul Springer (Ree-Yees)
- Phil Tippett (Rancor)
- Larry Ward (voice of Jabba the Hutt)
- Robert Watts (Blanaid)
- Paul Weston (Vedain/Vizam)
- Corey Dee Williams (Klaatu)
- Simon Williamson (Jubnuk)
- Unknown Actor 83 - A (Ekelarc Yong)
Female Deaths:[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Sir Alec Guinness filmed his cameo in just a day.
- According to Ian McDiarmid in the Blu-ray commentary, Palpatine is over 100 years old.
- According to Warwick Davis, he auditioned for the movie after his grandmother heard a London radio station announce a casting call to play the Ewoks.
- During the shot in which Salacius Crumb (the small, annoying, rat-like thing that sits with Jabba in his palace) is chewing off C-3PO's eye, Anthony Daniels had a panic attack while in the C-3PO suit. While filming, he didn't actually say his lines (all his lines were dubbed in post-production anyway), but repeated "Get me up. Get me up." over and over. This is the take used in the final film.
- Carrie Fisher complained about her costumes in the previous two movies. She said they were so long, you could not tell "she was a woman". Those complaints led to the skimpy outfit she wore as Jabba's slave. The costume became something of a running joke among the crew, because the metal framework that held the top together meant that the costume didn't move well with her. Since Fisher didn't like the industry standard solution of using double-sided tape, it became necessary before each take to have a wardrobe person check to ensure that her breasts were still snug inside the costume top (and several scenes had to be re-shot when "wardrobe malfunctions" occurred).
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