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#2994: May 21, 2022

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42 years ago today, #TheEmpireStrikesBack was released in theaters. We put together highlights of #BobaFett's most memorable shots in the film – which generations of fans have found captivating – paired with John Williams' score called "The Departure of Boba Fett."

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#423: May 7, 2015

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#ThrowbackThursday: "What if he doesn't survive? He's worth a lot to me." #StarWars #BobaFett #TheEmpireStrikesBack


#367: March 12, 2015

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#ThrowbackThursday: #BobaFett in #TheEmpireStrikesBack. "INT. CLOUD CITY - PRISON ENTRY AREA

Darth Vader strides through the room as two stormtroopers prepare an elaborate torture mechanism. Han is strapped to a rack which tilts forward onto the torture device. Vader activates the mechanism, creating two bursts of sparks, one of which strikes Han's face. The door opens, and Darth Vader moves to the holding chamber, where Lando and Boba Fett await him." Excerpt from the official screenplay written by Lawrence Kasdan and Leigh Brackett from a story by George Lucas. For more information and trivia about "Empire" Fett, visit

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#112: June 30, 2014

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#MandalorianMonday: In June 1978, Joe Johnston's conceptual sketches start having "Boba Fett" written beneath them. This marked a change from the "super troopers" in the early draft of #TheEmpireStrikesBack. In this case, on sketch #299, note that it just says "Boba Fet" with one "t." For more important dates in the #BobaFett timeline, visit


#83: June 1, 2014

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Jeremy Bulloch portrayed the original #BobaFett. He also had a cameo as Lieutenant Sheckil, the Imperial Officer in #TheEmpireStrikesBack who uses #PrincessLeia as a human shield. "One day I was sitting around in the Boba Fett outfit, and I was asked if I would mind playing this Imperial officer, because there was nobody to play the part. I went into wardrobe, got dressed in an Imperial Officer's uniform, and played this part who now has a name in the Decipher card game, Lieutenant Sheckil. It was in the scene in Cloud City where Princess Leia says 'Luke, it's a trap' -- I drag her away. Moments earlier, you see me as Boba Fett shooting at Mark Hamill." -- Jeremy Bulloch, as quoted in Star Wars Insider #49 (May/June 2000)

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#71: May 20, 2014

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"Put Captain Solo in the cargo hold" marks #BobaFett's 7th shot in the film (starting at 1:41:45) and clocks in at a smooth 12 seconds. No more, no less. In the original script by Lawrence Kasdan and Leigh Brackett, the bounty hunter was to climb aboard on a ladder next to the cargo hold.

For more #Fett facts and trivia from #TheEmpireStrikesBack, visit Fettpedia at


#70: May 19, 2014

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Before #BobaFett appeared as a #Kenner toy (1979) or as a supporting character in #TheEmpireStrikesBack (1980), this is how he looked in the #StarWars Holiday Special's animated short in 1978.

For more about his role, including his many spoken lines, visit


#62: May 11, 2014

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An excerpt from the #StarWars Episode 5 screenplay written by Lawrence Kasdan and Leigh Brackett from a story by #GeorgeLucas: "As the Avenger Star Destroyer moves slowly into space, the hatch on its underbelly opens, sending a trail of junk behind it. Hidden among the refuse, the Falcon tumbles away. In the next moment, the Avenger roars off into hyperspace. The Falcon's engines are ignited, and it races off into the distance. Amidst the slowly drifting junk, Boba Fett's ship appears and moves after the Falcon." For more images of #BobaFett from #TheEmpireStrikesBack, visit


#55: May 4, 2014

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#MayThe4th: "Scourge of the Galaxy" by concept artist #RalphMcQuarrie. This artwork features #BobaFett, #IG88, #Bossk, #4LOM and #Zuckuss in an off-screen moment circa #TheEmpireStrikesBack on #Bespin.

For more #StarWars concept art featuring Boba Fett, visit


#45: April 24, 2014

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#ThrowbackThursday: Prototype #BobaFett Helmets. Sandy Dhuyvetter painted three of the costumes for #TheEmpireStrikesBack and the helmet used in #ReturnOfTheJedi.

For more about Sandy's role, visit


#38: April 17, 2014

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Check out this rare view of #BobaFett's Slave I model, which was used in #TheEmpireStrikesBack. This photo was included on the LucasArts "#StarWars: Behind the Magic" CD-ROM from 1998, which features nearly 100 references to Boba Fett and many hard-to-find behind-the-scenes photos.

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#18: March 28, 2014

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Patternmaker Brian Archer (pictured here) worked with Janet Stevens, under the direction of Robert Watts (who's half-brother is Jeremy Bulloch), to construct the #prototype #BobaFett back in 1978, then called "#Supertrooper II." This #archive photo was published in The Making of #StarWars: #TheEmpireStrikesBack (2010), which you can learn about and pick up here:


#16: March 26, 2014

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#BobaFett surveys the hallways of #CloudCity in "#TheEmpireStrikesBack."

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#4: March 14, 2014

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"Curiosity Zaps Threepio" by artist Matt Busch, featuring a possible off-screen moment from #TheEmpireStrikesBack on #Bespin between #BobaFett, #Stormtroopers, and #C3P0, who we see eventually loses track of his limbs.