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Cane Adiss was a Yuvernian male[1] who was in the crime lord Jabba the Hutt's palace on the planet Tatooine during the rescue of the smuggler Han Solo while he was in carbonite,[3] in 4 ABY.[4]

Biography[]

Rescue of Han Solo[]

In 4 ABY,[4] when Leia Organa came to Jabba's Palace dressed as the Ubese bounty hunter Boushh, she handed over Solo's Wookiee companion Chewbacca as part of the rescue mission. Adiss stood and watched as Chewbacca was taken by Gamorreans. When Organa snuck into Jabba's audience chamber, and freed Solo, she was caught by Jabba as he anticipated she would free Solo. As the curtains drew back, a group of patrons including Cane Adiss stood behind her as the two were taken away. The next day, he was aboard the Khetanna when Han Solo and Luke Skywalker were to be thrown into the Great Pit of Carkoon.[3] He was a part of Jabba's criminal empire.[1]

Personality and traits[]

Adiss had blue eyes[2] and yellow skin.[3]

Behind the scenes[]

Cane Adiss appeared in the 1983 Star Wars movie Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi.[3] He was later identified in 2016 by the mobile app Star Wars: Card Trader.[5] The character was first named in the Star Wars Legends continuity in the "Jabba's Palace Limited" set of the Star Wars Customizable Card Game,[6] released in 1998.[7]

Although Adiss appears in the final cut of Return of the Jedi, the book Star Wars: Chronicles oddly claims that Adiss did not make the final cut.[8] The CD-ROM Star Wars: Behind the Magic similarly asserts that the Adiss puppet was built for the film.[9] The puppet was initially painted orange with dark orange spots.[10] Revealed during a panel for Salt Lake Comic-Con, the production name for Cane Adiss was "Cane Heads."[11]

Appearances[]

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