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In "Empire," Boba Fett was originally voiced by Jason Wingreen and then, starting in 2004, re-recorded by Temuera Morrison. Prior to the film, in Fett's animated debut, he was also by Don Francks. Here is our archive of the original and more recent lines from — and about — Boba Fett.

Boba Fett's Lines and Sound Effects

Line Duration Talent Source
Boba Fett: "He's no good to me dead." WAV
0:13 Temuera Morrison 2004: The Empire Strikes Back (2004 DVD – Present)
Boba Fett: "He's no good to me dead." WAV
0:03 Jason Wingreen 1980: The Empire Strikes Back (1980 - 2003)
Boba Fett: "You are alone. Maybe I can help you. I am Boba Fett." WAV
0:04 Don Francks 1978: Star Wars Holiday Special
Boba Fett: "I take it you have no love of the Empire." WAV
0:04 Don Francks 1978: Star Wars Holiday Special
Darth Vader: "You are free to use any methods necessary but I want them alive. No disintegrations." / Boba Fett: "As you wish..." WAV
0:09 James Earl Jones / Jason Wingreen 1980: The Empire Strikes Back
Boba Fett: "Put Captain Solo in the cargo hold." WAV
0:03 Jason Wingreen 1980: The Empire Strikes Back
Boba Fett: "What if he doesn't survive? He's worth a lot to me." / Darth Vader: "The Empire will compensate you if he dies." WAV
0:07 Jason Wingreen / James Earl Jones 1980: The Empire Strikes Back
Boba Fett's "Spurs" WAV
0:05 Ben Burtt (Sound Effects) 1980: The Empire Strikes Back
Boba Fett's Blaster WAV
0:03 Ben Burtt (Sound Effects) 1980: The Empire Strikes Back

Spoken about Boba Fett

Line Duration Talent Source
"Bounty hunters. We don't need their scum."
Referencing Boba Fett under his breath as one of the bounty hunters.
0:02 Ken Colley 1980: "The Empire Strikes Back"
"He's all yours, bounty hunter."
Addressing Boba Fett.
0:02 James Earl Jones 1980: "The Empire Strikes Back"
"Boba Fett? Where?"
This is the first time Boba Fett is mentioned in the films by name.
0:07 Ben Burtt (SFX Editor) 1983: "Return of the Jedi"
(Boba Fett falls. Sarlacc burps.)
The burb was not part of the film until it was added in 1997's "Special Edition."
0:02 Ben Burtt (SFX Editor) 1997: "Return of the Jedi" (Special Edition)

Non-film and non-music audio about Boba Fett

Line Duration Talent Source
Smithsonian Star Wars Exhibit - Boba Fett (RealAudio required) 2:27 James Earl Jones (narrator) Smithsonian Star Wars Exhibit
Note: All tracks are copyright their respective owner.

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