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DVD Rumors True: Boba Fett Edited

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Temuera Morrison, the New Zealander actor behind Jango Fett in Attack of the Clones, now voices Boba Fett in the upcoming DVD release of the Original Trilogy.

Hear Boba Fett's line, "he's no good to me dead" from the soon-to-be-released Empire Strikes Back DVD

Hear the original line from the pre-Attack of the Clones films.

You can hear all of Boba Fett's lines in our Audio archive.

On an additional note...

millenniumfalcon.com reports from a spy named Raith Sienar that the DVD also features an Easter Egg, or what's known as hidden bonus material:

"Warwick Davis short film of Wicket the Ewok fighting Boba Fett on the Death Star II, shot as a gag during the filming of Return of the Jedi."


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