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"Say, you haven't seen Boba Fett around here recently, have you?"
" Hmm. Okay, thanks pal. Look, if you do, any chance you could drop me a line? I just--"
―Lando Calrissian and Amanaman[src]

Amanaman was a male Amani headhunter who worked as a bounty hunter.


"Stay flat, pal. And like I said, you hear anything about what we talked about, you be in touch. I'll make it worth your while"
―Lando Calrissian and Amanaman agrees on an information exchange regarding Boba Fett[src]

In 3 ABY,[4] Amanaman was present in Jabba's Palace as Lando Calrissian approached him[3] for information regarding the whereabouts of bounty hunter Boba Fett, whom Calrissian sought with the hopes of rescuing fellow smuggler Han Solo after the escape from Cloud City under the control of the Galactic Empire and Darth Vader. Amanaman reported that Fett hadn't been to Jabba's palace. Subsequently, with a brief interruption from Jabba's majordomo, Bib Fortuna, permitting Calrissian for an audience with the Hutt crime lord, the conversing two struck a deal where the Amani would inform Calrissian should Fett be spotted.[5]

Amanaman was later present in the Palace during the rescue of Han Solo.[6]

Skills and abilities[]

Amanaman preferred traditional hunting weapons over blasters.[2]

Behind the scenes[]

Amanaman first appeared in the 1983 original trilogy film, Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, and was first identified in the new Star Wars canon in the 2015 reference book Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know. The character's name originated from a Star Wars Legends action figure produced in 1985 by Kenner Products as part of the Star Wars: The Power of the Force toy line.[7]



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