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Fett Weekend: June 9, 10, 11

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This year at Disney-MGM Studios in Orlando, Florida, the fourth and final "Star Wars Weekend" will include Jeremy Bulloch and Temuera Morrison.
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One web site to provide a collection of pictures from this event in past years is Disney World Info. Take a look at Jango Fett in a parade and Boba Fett, with a young admirer, in front of a tough-looking backdrop.

Vote for your favorite guests out of the four at sww.mgmstudios.org. As of the date of this post, the Fetts are just shy of the lead, behind the fuzzball Chewbacca and the prequel producer McCallum.

Disney-MGM Studios is part of Walt Disney World. For answers to some frequently asked questions about this event, view this guide by mgmstudios.org. MGMStudios.org is in no way shape or form related to The Walt Disney Company, nor is it in anyway shape or form part of, or associated with the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Company.


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