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Boba Fett Audio

Official and Archival Audio ClipsFan Music

In "The Empire Strikes Back," Boba Fett was originally voiced in 1980 by Jason Wingreen and then, starting in 2004, re-recorded by Temuera Morrison. Prior to the film, in Fett's animated debut in 1978, he was also by Don Francks or Gabriel Dell — there's a controversy over the uncredited role. Here is our archive of the original and more recent lines from — and about — Boba Fett.

Boba Fett's Lines and Sound Effects

LineDurationTalentSource
Boba Fett: "He's no good to me dead." WAV
0:13Temuera Morrison2004: The Empire Strikes Back (2004 DVD – Present)
Boba Fett: "He's no good to me dead." WAV
0:02Jason Wingreen1980: The Empire Strikes Back (1980 - 2003)
Boba Fett: "You are alone. Maybe I can help you. I am Boba Fett." WAV
0:04Don Francks or Gabriel Dell1978: Star Wars Holiday Special
Boba Fett: "I take it you have no love of the Empire." WAV
0:03Don Francks or Gabriel Dell1978: 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
0:09James Earl Jones / Jason Wingreen1980: The Empire Strikes Back
Boba Fett: "Put Captain Solo in the cargo hold." WAV
0:03Jason Wingreen1980: 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
0:07Jason Wingreen / James Earl Jones1980: The Empire Strikes Back
Boba Fett's "Spurs" WAV
0:05Ben Burtt (Sound Effects)1980: The Empire Strikes Back
Boba Fett's Blaster WAV
0:03Ben Burtt (Sound Effects)1980: The Empire Strikes Back

Spoken about Boba Fett

LineDurationTalentSource
"Bounty hunters. We don't need their scum."

Referencing Boba Fett under his breath as one of the bounty hunters.
0:02Ken Colley1980: "The Empire Strikes Back"
"He's all yours, bounty hunter."

Addressing Boba Fett.
0:02James Earl Jones1980: "The Empire Strikes Back"
"Boba Fett? Where?"

This is the first time Boba Fett is mentioned in the films by name.
0:07Ben 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."
0:02Ben Burtt (SFX Editor)1997: "Return of the Jedi" (Special Edition)

Non-film and non-music audio about Boba Fett

LineDurationTalentSource
Smithsonian Star Wars Exhibit - Boba Fett (RealAudio required)2:27James Earl Jones (narrator)Smithsonian Star Wars Exhibit
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