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When Boba Fett Ruled the World

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VH1's show, When ___ Ruled the World, will feature Star Wars in an upcoming episode, including an interview with Jeremy Bulloch.

The show features several interviews, including ones with Irvin Kershner, director of Empire, who brought Boba Fett to life through actor Bulloch, and Ben Burtt, sound engineer, responsible for Fett's scream into the Sarlacc Pit.

Few movies have reached the iconic status of the original Star Wars trilogy. A long-shot science fiction project that was rejected by multiple Hollywood studios, Star Wars (and its creator George Lucas) defied the skeptics and became one of the biggest pop culture phenomena of all time. Now VH1 is working with Lucasfilm to produce the ultimate oral history of the Star Wars years, When Star Wars Ruled the World. Timed to coincide with the DVD release of the original trilogy on September 21, 2004, this hour-long documentary will take viewers back to those rapturous moments when the whole world wanted to wield a light saber.

For the full article, view the VH1 profile.


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