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Star Wars: The Clone Wars (14-Aug-2008)

Director: Dave Filoni

Writers: Henry Gilroy; George Lucas; Steven Melching; Scott Murphy

Keywords: Sci-Fi

Theatrical tie-in for the television series of the same name centers on the Galactic Republic during the darkest days of the Clone Wars.

ABSTRACT
The first animated entry in George Lucas's Star Wars franchise, Star Wars: The Clone Wars focuses on the Jedi Knights' valiant efforts to restore peace to the Galactic Republic amidst the endless chaos of the Clone Wars, contending with the sinister Count Dooku's machinations for control of the Republic alongside Anakin Skywalker's inexorable march towards the Dark Side. Intended as a feature-length pilot for the television series of the same name, Lucas and crew were pleased enough with the finished product to convert it into a theatrical release; though savaged by critics, it succeeded at the box office.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ian Abercrombie
Actor
11-Sep-1934 26-Jan-2012 Alfred Pennyworth on Birds of Prey
Dee Bradley Baker
Actor
31-Aug-1962   Voice actor
Anthony Daniels
Actor
21-Feb-1946   C-3PO
Samuel L. Jackson
Actor
21-Dec-1948   Pulp Fiction
Tom Kane
Actor
15-Apr-1962   Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Matt Lanter
Actor
1-Apr-1983   Liam Court on 90210
Christopher Lee
Actor
27-May-1922   The Face of Fu Manchu
Kevin Michael Richardson
Actor
25-Oct-1964   The Cleveland Show

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