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George Leech (1921-2012) was an uncredited stuntman who portrayed a dead Rebel trooper seen in the shoot-out aftermath of Tantive IV in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope. Leech is the father of Wendy Leech and father in-law of Vic Armstrong (the couple doubled as C-3PO and Han Solo respectively in Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi).

Leech's role was revealed in a 2007 Star Wars fan forum which displayed autographed collectible cards from the Star Wars films.[1] Leech passed away in 2012 and like Jim Dowdall and Bob Anderson, was better known for his work in various James Bond 007 films, where he often played henchmen who met their fate at the title character's hand as well as arranging various stuntwork and fight sequences.


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