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(7 replies, posted in Film and Television)

Where is Boba's Mandalorian Skull?

In A New Hope (Special Edition), after Jabba threatens Solo, we see Boba Fett - except he's missing his infamous skull insignia on his left shoulder pad.

Does anybody know if this was a movie goof or was there a reason they intentionally left it out? If they stuck him in there solely for fan-service, why neglect a major part of the costume?

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(22 replies, posted in Role Playing)

its an hard one, but i have to say Jango

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(765 replies, posted in Fans)

i am an old jedi, i am 32

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(1,333 replies, posted in Dialogue)

oh yes thank you very much, Jeremy loved that shirt too, next time i met him i brought one for him....

Bossk

Position Bounty hunter
Homeworld Trandosha
Species Trandoshan
Sex Male
Height 1.9 metres
Affiliation None (mercenary)

Bossk is a Trandoshan bounty hunter and pilot of Hound's Tooth best known for snarling at Admiral Piett for disparaging remarks about bounty hunters in The Empire Strikes Back. As Trandoshans are traditional enemies of the Wookiees, this three-fingered, three-toed reptiloid long specialized in hunting down Wookiees - sometimes enslaving them for the Empire, sometimes skinning them for their pelts. When Bossk was young, he murdered and ate his father Cradossk to gain control of the Bounty Hunter's Guild.

Bossk has a long-standing vendetta against Chewbacca leading to several run-ins with he and Han Solo; each time Bossk was humiliated when they escaped from him. He and Boba Fett teamed up on Ord Mantell in an attempt to capture Solo and Chewbacca, but was betrayed to the Empire after being tricked into liberating a Wookiee prison camp and nearly skinned for it. Bossk heeded Darth Vader's call to rendezvous with other bounty hunters aboard Vader's Super Star Destroyer, the Executor. Later, he and other hunters tried to wrest the prized catch - Han Solo in carbonite - away from Boba Fett.

Years after the Battle of Endor, Bossk retired due to his age from professional hunting. He later ran into Han Solo on a space station during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, where he unwisely taunted Han about Chewbacca's recent death. A fistfight ensued, and Bossk was last seen in a holding cell.

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(1,333 replies, posted in Dialogue)

yes please that would be very nice of you

-Seaco Buroc

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(1,333 replies, posted in Dialogue)

hello there, i am kind of new here, i would like add this picture to my bottom  of my page, can you help?

http://photos.groups.aol.com/_img/starw … hseaco.jpg

thanks so much-Seaco Buroc

I would say Mr.Jeremy Bulloch, he is the nicest, coolest guest i have ever met before, but the second coolest and nicest was Temuera Morrison... You can say Jeremy or anyone you like to say,please tell us why you think this person was the coolest and nicest that you ever met before.....,,...

Last year I went to Super Mega Fest in Boston to met my hero Boba Fett, finally after all those years i waited, and waited i finally met him, i was there for the weekend, i was so excited to met him finally, he signed all my stuff, and brought stuff for him to sign, i took an picture with him, if anyone know how to add an picture on the background let me know, Jeremy was cool, i am so glad i met him, May the Dark Side be with You Jeremy....

-Seaco Buroc

i agree

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(46 replies, posted in Film and Television)

Anakin Skywalker-this is where the fun begins(Revenge of The Sith)

Jeremy Bulloch (born February 16, 1945 in Market Harborough, Leicestershire) is a British actor. He has appeared in numerous British TV and film productions, including Doctor Who and Robin of Sherwood. In a career spanning almost four decades, he is perhaps most famous for his minor role as Boba Fett in the Star Wars films The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. He also has a minor role in two James Bond films as Smithers, an assistant to Q.

Bulloch has also appeared in two Doctor Who stories, The Space Museum and The Time Warrior.

In recent years, due to the release of the new Star Wars films, he is frequently invited to Science Fiction conventions throughout the world. He documents those travels on his blog.

In 2004 he published a limited edition memoir, Flying Solo, which is a humorous account of his personal and professional life, interspersed with tales from the convention circuit
Happy Birthday Jeremy!!! I wish you good health, and may the dark side be with you...  your #1 fan Sean aka Grand Jedi Master Seaco Buroc