For other uses, see Kassa (disambiguation).

"Kassa! Kassa!"
―Kerri to young Cassian Andor[3]

"Kassa" is the premiere episode of the first season of Andor. The episode is directed by Toby Haynes and written by Tony Gilroy.[1] It premiered on September 21, 2022 alongside the second and third episodes.[2]

Official description[]

Cassian Andor's reckless search for answers about his past makes him a wanted man.

Expanded description[]

Long before the mission to secure the Death Star plans made him a hero of the Rebellion, a reckless Cassian Andor searches for information about his past. This obsession takes him to the seedy quarters of a world where an encounter with authorities brands Cassian as a wanted criminal. His attempt to lay low on Ferrix brings his problems home.

Plot summary[]

Trip to Morlana One[]

Cassian Jeron Andor walks down a dreary causeway. Making his way into the Leisure Zone on Morlana One, he enters a brothel and orders a beverage at the bar. Andor is served by a humanoid female hostess with afro hair. Two Pre-Mor Security Inspection team sentry guards, Verlo Skiff and Kravas Drezzer, take umbrage at the slight of Andor being served first, despite their longer wait. The hostess tells the men to behave, but the older of the two guards, Drezzer, wants to pick a fight with Andor.

Andor inquires about a woman from Kenari in the Mid Rim, but is told that the only woman by that description left "several months ago." When Andor persists with his questions, the hostess asks about his relationship with the woman. Andor explains that he is looking for his sister. The hostess replies that she disappeared and advises Andor to leave. When Andor asks about his sister's name, the hostess replies that nobody gives their real name.

Andor leaves the brothel and walks through the street. He is followed by the two guards from the brothel, who demand that he produce identification. When Andor doesn't respond, Drezzer raises a blaster. Andor raises his hand while the guards quip about abusing their power. Andor allows the guards to search him before fighting back. During the struggle, he shoots one of the guards with a blaster and subdues the second one. He forces the second guard to tend to his comrade Verlo Skiff at gunpoint. They quickly discover that Skiff has died from his injuries. Drezzer pleads for mercy by offering to cover up Andor's role in Skiff's death. Andor is unmoved and shoots Drezzer, then flees offworld on a starship.

Life on Ferrix[]

Later on the planet Ferrix, a red B2 groundmech salvage assist unit named B2EMO travels through a town's dirt streets. The droid encounters a pack of Corellian hounds. One of the creatures urinates on the droid but it drives the hound away with its electro-shock prod. The groundmech heads back to Andor's transport and tells Andor that he has brought back what he told him to get.

Andor experiences a flashback of his sister Kerri and fellow Alpha children watching a starship crashing into the mountains. In the present, B2EMO asks Andor where he went but Andor refuses to share the information. B2EMO tells his master that Jezzi and Femmi brought supper and Maarva's medicine. B2EMO also tells him that his friend Brasso was looking for him and that Maarva is concerned that Andor is mixing with bad company and getting himself into trouble. Andor tells the droid to conceal his whereabouts before fixing one of the droid's wires.

Andor later travels into town and meets Brasso outside of his workplace. He tells Brasso to lie about meeting Andor for a drink the previous night. Brasso agrees, but embellishes the account with a story about Andor getting drunk and injuring himself, to cover for the scrape on his forehead.

Hushing up a crime[]

At the Corporate Security Headquarters on Morlana One, Pre-Mor Deputy Inspector Syril Karn informs his superior Chief Inspector Hyne about the death of two of his colleagues the previous night. Hyne makes a passing remark about the security officer's modified uniform before mentioning that one of the fallen guards was named Kravas Drezzer, a former commander who had been reduced to the rank of corporal. Hyne expresses his distaste for Drezzer before turning his attention to the suspect, who is described as a human with dark features asking about a Kenari girl. After learning that the two guards had not been robbed, Hyne opines that it will be a tough case to solve.

After turning off the recording system, Hyne tells Karn that the case bears the hallmarks of "regrettable misadventure." He tells Karn to cover up the deaths of the Pre-Mor security guards and to falsify key details including situating it outside the Leisure Zone. Karn points out that they were murdered but Hyne tells him to report that the men were killed in a brothel fight after drinking Revnog, an illegal beverage. Hyne tells him to write that the security guards died in the line of duty.

Hyne wants to cover up the deaths since he is heading to an Imperial Regional Command review and wants to present a favorable report about criminal activity within Preox-Morlana territory in order to prevent Imperial interference. Hyne's words unnerve the deputy inspector.

Trying to make ends meet[]

Meanwhile, Andor visits the mechanic Bix Caleen at her garage. Caleen notices Andor's injury, but he is evasive when asked about it. Andor says that he wants to sell an object immediately, but the mechanic explains that she does not sell single objects, preferring to bundle things. She tells Andor that a Tac Corvette will be visiting this week looking for scrap. Caleen suggests scavenging some Imperial technology but Andor is impatient. He explains that he has obtained an untraceable Imperial N-S9 Starpath Unit and will be meeting with a contact. Caleen is reluctant to get involved, but Andor is determined to go ahead with his plan.

Timm Karlo enters the garage with news about an upcoming Wobani run and asks Caleen if she is interested. Caleen says she will get back in touch. Sensing that Caleen has feelings for Karlo, Andor asks if Karlo knows anything about his clandestine work. Caleen reassures him that Karlo knows nothing. Later, Andor speaks with Karlo about finding a life partner. In a flashback scene, Andor and his tribe participate in an initiation ceremony which involves painting black paint stripes on their faces.

Elsewhere, Syril tasks a signals officer with tracking Andor's starship, which landed on Morlana One illegally. Later, Andor is confronted by Nurchi, who wants Andor to pay back his deposit. Andor says he is unable to at the moment. Andor is also cornered by Vetch, who is serving as Nurchi's "muscle." Andor accuses Vetch of selling him out to Nurchi. Andor promises to pay back his deposit before walking away.

Caleen tells Karlo she is leaving the garage to run some errands. Karlo follows her through the streets, bumping into a mechanic on the way. Caleen visits a dealer, telling him that she is looking for a Bendine Mesh-Tech filter. He tells her that it is in the yellow racks at the back. Caleen heads into the garage and climbs up a ladder where she taps into a circuit box.

In another flashback, the group of children prepare to investigate the fallen ship, putting black smears on their faces and preparing dart weapons. Kassa is originally left out, but a girl, the eldest of the group and the leader, lets him don his disguise, as well.

Trouble approaching[]

Karn asks his team of analysts if they have uncovered any leads on Kenari males on Ferrix. The analysts have little information about the planet Kenari with the most recent census dating back six years. Karn is determined to pursue the murder investigation and issues an order for Kenari human men on Ferrix to be questioned.

Back on Ferrix, a bearded man named Pegla meets with Andor aboard his transport. Pegla asks Andor what he is doing and tells him that he is in the office. Andor tells him that he has refueled the ship. Pegla notices that Andor has swapped the ship's chip logs. The boss, Zorby, speaks over the overhead projectors and asks Pegla to explain what is going on. Pegla claims that yard rats are back. Zorby tells him to deal with a customer and to set the hounds on the rats. Andor asks if he could borrow his ship but Pegla is unwilling to get involved in Andor's activities. He tells Andor to finish his work and not to return.

In a flashback scene, a young Kassa and his tribe gather to retrieve supplies from the fallen ship. Kassa's sister Kerri wants to follow but is too young. Kassa promises to return.


For a short period of time after "Kassa" was released, Disney+ simply titled it "Episode 1."


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  • Directed by – Toby Haynes
  • Written by – Tony Gilroy
  • Created by – Tony Gilroy
  • Based on Star Wars by – George Lucas
  • Executive Producers – Sanne Wohlenberg, Tony Gilroy, Kathleen Kennedy, Diego Luna, Toby Haynes, Michelle Rejwan
  • Director of Photography – Adriano Goldman, (ASC), (BSC), (ABC)
  • Production Designer – Luke Hull
  • Editors – John Gilroy, (ACE), Tim Porter, (ACE)
  • Music by – Nicholas Britell
  • Casting by – Nina Gold, Martin Ware
  • Producers – Kate Hazell, David Meanti
  • Co-Producers – John Gilroy, Michael Garcia, John Hampian
  • Visual Effects Supervisor – Mohen Leo
  • Visual Effects Producer – TJ Falls
  • First Assistant Director – Barrie McCulloch
  • Costume Designer – Michael Wilkinson
  • Hair & Makeup Designer – Emma Scott
  • Associate Producer – Ally O'Leary
  • Consulting Producer – Stephen Schiff
  • Stunt Coordinator – Marc Mailley
  • Assistant Stunt Coordinator – Tolga Kenan
  • Stunt Performers – Mark Archer, Gary Arthurs, Frank Bakker, Ashely Beck, Marvin Campbell, David Cheung, David Collom, Kelly Dent, Darin Elie, Dave Forman, Danny Freitas, Elliot Hawkes, Joe Kennard, Maurice Lee, Tina Maskell, John Street, Mens-Sana Tamakloe
  • Stunt Department Coordinator – Emma Ennis
  • Head Stunt Rigger – Grant Wiesinger
  • Stunt Riggers – Clive Goble, Scott Hillier, Johnny Waugh
  • CFX Movement Coordinator – Derek Arnold
  • Puppeteers – Derek Arnold, Aidan Cook, Liam Cook, Leah Cross, Barbara Fadden, Damian Farrell, Charlotte Louise, Matthew Lyons, Dilu Miah, Jake Pogson, Colin Purves, Lynn Robertson Bruce, Claire Roi Harvey, Ali Sarebani, Arti Shah, Kiran Shah, Benedict Stewardson, Mike Taibi, James Henri Thomas, Latesha Wilson, Tom Wilton, Ian Whyte
  • Unit Production Manager – Lulu Morgan
  • Production Supervisor – Laura Hunter
  • Production Coordinator – Kerrie Lloyd
  • Assistant Production Coordinator – James Hunter
  • Travel Coordinator – Josephina van Leeuwen
  • Production Secretary – Darcey Milne
  • Assistant Production Secretary – Katie Cruci
  • Production Assistants – Ben Sharp, Shefali Parmar
  • Executive Assistant to Tony Gilroy & Sanne Wohlenberg – Suzi Wilson
  • Assistants to Kathleen Kennedy – Kimiko Fox, Athena Sammy
  • Assistant to Toby Haynes – Bupe Bhima
  • Tandem Unit Production Supervisor – Lorraine Edwards
  • Tandem Unit Production Coordinator – Victorine Tamafo
  • Tandem Unit Production Secretary – Victoria Griffin
  • Tandem Unit Production Assistant – Reece Broughton
  • Production Accountant – Ben Rackley
  • Second Unit Accountant – Joan Lambe
  • First Assistant Accountant – Harmeek Singh Saandal
  • Second Assistant AP – Jacqueline Crockett
  • Accounts Assistants – Chris Heanue, Nathaniel McCarthy, Hugo Cantrell
  • Payroll Accountants – Amber Aitken, Kamilla Billing, Jalila Otky
  • Assistant Payroll Accountant – Chiren Aujla
  • Assistant Accountant/Lead AP – Kerry Heanue
  • P-Card Cashier – Kat Page
  • CrewStart Trainee – Ellie Jarvis
  • Accounts Trainee – Barry Sinclair
  • Post Production Accounting – Reel Figures LTD.
  • Post Production Accountant – Dougal Cadiou
  • First Assistant Accountant (Post) – Tracy Parsons
  • Assistant Post Accountant – Sian Stephenson
  • Second Assistant Director – Tom Rye
  • Floor Assistant Director – Grant Butler
  • Crowd Second Assistant Director – Dan Cox
  • Crowd Co-Second Assistant Director – Claire Frayn
  • Crowd Third Assistant Directors – Simon White, Josh Sales
  • Set Production Assistants – Simone Dawkins, Freddie Lovett
  • Base Production Assistant – Ella Wood
  • Cast Production Assistants – Daniela de Osma, Paula Kunstler
  • BFI Set Production Assistant – Elisha McNally
  • Key Crowd Production Assistant – Sean Seymour
  • Crowd Production Assistants – Harri Jones, Ross McGowan, Riccardo Melis, Joe Willis
  • Tandem Unit Third Assistant Director – Nathan Foote
  • Tandem Unit Base Production Assistant – Ruby Victor
  • Tandem Unit Set Production Assistants – Duncan Bradley, James Hood
  • Stand Ins – Steven Morphew, Kya Garwood
  • US/Mexico Child Casting by – Carla Hool
  • UK Casting Assistant – Sacha Garrett
  • Script Supervisor – Helene Oosthuizen
  • Vocal Coach – Marina Tyndall
  • Acting Coach – Patricia Rodriguez
  • BFI Continuity Trainee – Brioni Farren
  • Tandem Unit Continuity Trainee – Andreea Grigoras
  • Script Editor – David Girvan
  • Sides Production Assistant – Avgerinos Karadimas
  • Tandem Unit Sides Production Assistant – Tom Duthie
  • Unit Publicist – Claudia Kalindjian
  • Unit Stills Photographer – Des Willie
  • BTS Camera Operator – Hannah Mitchell
  • Star Wars Lore Advisor – Pablo Hidalgo
  • Supervising Art Director – Toby Britton
  • Senior Art Directors – Mark Harris, Stu Whitaker
  • Art Directors – Andrea Boreland, Will Coubrough, Claire Fleming, Max Klaentschi
  • Action Vehicles Art Director – Richard Campling
  • Assistant Art Directors – John Adkins, Cheuk Hang Chapman Kan, Kate Hunter, Charlie King, Triin Valvas
  • Draughtspersons – Luke Dass, Jasmine Lean, Lotta Wolgers, Andy Young
  • Junior Draughtspersons – Jimmy Davies, Lara Humphreys, Rebecca Lewis
  • Standby Art Director – Jo Ridler
  • Lead Graphics Designer – Dom Sikking
  • Graphics Designers – Barry Gingell, Matthew Hindle
  • Graphics Artist – Elle McKee
  • Finishing Painters – Will Bianchi, Tommy Miles
  • Scenic Painter – David Packard
  • Model Maker – Alex Hutchings
  • Art Coordinator – Hannah Meredith-Smith
  • Art Department Assistants – Tim Adams, Aruna Kerek
  • Art Department Production Assistant – Joy Blumenthal
  • Concept Artists – Chester Carr, Gordon Champ, Giorgio Grecu, Will Htay, Scott McInnes, Peter McKinstry
  • Supervising Digital Asset Manager – Kyle Wetton
  • Digital Asset Manager – Toby Wheeler
  • Computer Graphics Design & Animation by – Blind LTD.
  • Computer Graphics Supervisor – Andrew Booth
  • Computer Graphics Producer – Helen Baker
  • Lead Screen Graphics Designer – Shaun Yue
  • Screen Graphics Designers – Charlie Middleton, Mungo Horey
  • Set Decorator – Rebecca Alleway
  • Senior Production Buyer – Corina Floyd
  • Senior Assistant Set Decorator – Prue Howard
  • Assistant Set Decorators – Chloe James, Samantha Redwood, Ellie Shanks
  • Junior Assistant Set Decorator – Chloe Taylor
  • Buyer – Helen Player
  • Assistant Buyer – Helen McCarthy
  • Petty Cash Buyer – Monica Casey
  • Department Coordinator – Eleanor Bailey
  • Junior Concept Artist – Laura McDonald
  • Set Dec Runner – Alex Floyd
  • Set Dec Art Director – Darren Tubby
  • Art Director – Richard Hardy
  • Assistant Art Director – Solomon Honey
  • Senior Draughtsperson – Kate Pickthall
  • Draughtspersons – Anna Czerniavska, Kristina Zimmermann
  • Junior Draughspersons – Chris Straessle
  • Concept Artists – Chris Caldow, Peter Day, Keith Seymour
  • Researcher – Nicola Barnes
  • Drapesmaster – Chris Lewry
  • Drapesmen – Daniel Lewry, Alex Lewry
  • Supervising Set Dec Carpenter – Tom O'Neill
  • Set Dec Chargehand Carpenter – Josh O'Neill
  • Set Dec Carpenters – Joey Alley, James Bede, Joe Cox, Marcus Ehren, Andy Frewin, Luke Sargent
  • Supervising Set Dec Painter – Craig Hawtree
  • Set Dec Chargehand Painter – Robert West
  • Set Dec Location Chargehand Painter – Dean Lancaster
  • Set Dec Painters – Christabelle Cant, Richard Derbyshire, Kallum Hall, Richard Lancaster, Adam Maher-Middleton, Maura Mestre, Clare Wallis, Elizabeth Poppy West

Visual Effects Crew

  • VFX Associate Producer – James Yeoman
  • VFX Coordinators – Cecy Falls, Ali Pak, Zoë Medcraft
  • VFX Production Assistants – Katie Watling, Alex Payne, Zofia Halaczek
  • VFX Lead Data Wrangler – Ed Price
  • VFX Data Wrangler – Simon Chiu
  • VFX Assistant Data Wranglers – Louis Martin, Callum Riddleston
  • In-House VFX Supervisor – Marc Hutchings
  • In-House VFX Coordinator – Hannah Starkins
  • VFX Supervisor - Tandem Unit – Felix Pomeranz
  • VFX Lead Data Wrangler - Tandem Unit – Jack George
  • VFX Compositors – Andrey Polezhayev, Paolo D'arco, Matt Foster, Luke Butler, Will Jones, David Ross, Karolina Jeromin
  • Visual Effects by – Industrial Light & Magic a Lucasfilm Ltd. company
  • ILM Visual Effects Supervisor – Scott Pritchard
  • ILM Visual Effects Producer – Duncan Ramsay
  • ILM Executive VFX Producers – Stefan Drury, Adele Jones-Venables
  • ILM Associate Producer – Siobhan Condon
  • ILM Associate Production Managers – Kat Turner, Luigi Pisciotta, Yegor Tesler
  • ILM Associate Visual Effects Supervisor – Gavin Harrison
  • ILM CG Supervisors – Laurent Hugueniot, Patrik Marek
  • ILM Compositing Supervisors – Charmaine Chan, Ryan B. Clarke
  • ILM Environments Supervisors – Guy Williams, Pedro Santos
  • Prop Master – Martyn Doust
  • Assistant Prop Master – Martin Christopher
  • Storeman – Colin Merchant
  • Handprops/Weapons Supervisor – Jon Wallace
  • Props Coordinator/Buyer – Jeff Clarke
  • Props Concept Artist – James Weeldon
  • Props Junior Buyer – Rachel Carvill
  • Supervising Standby Props – Tom Shrim
  • Second Standby Props – Xavier Swinton-Byrne
  • Supervising Standby Weapons – Jonathan Evans
  • Second Standby Weapons – Jack Christopher
  • Assistant Storewoman – Abigail Dilbey
  • Stores Yardman – John Dempster
  • Prop Trainees – Robert Hainsworth, Harry Newman
  • Assistant Hand Props Storman – Joe Reaney
  • Workshop Trainee Props – Rachel Cash
  • Workshop Dressing Props – Kat Lee
  • Tandem Unit Supervising Standby Props – Jonathan Evans
  • Tandem Unit Second Standby Props – Paul Briggs
  • Tandem Unit Supervising Standby Weapons – Caterina Vanzi
  • Tandem Unit Second Standby Weapons – Katie Jo Watson
  • Dressing Props Supervisor – Silas Williams
  • Chargehand Dressing Props – Rory Armstrong, Phil Cane, Ben Green, Nathan Holt, David Hynes, Colin Le Gendre, Wes Peppiatt, Tim Roberts, Steve Westley
  • Dressing Props – Jordan Alleyne, Chris Beaumont, Clea Beccucci, Tom Belton, Wayne Bentley, Michael Betts, Pete Bigg, Louis Boon, Ryan Bradbury, Matt Chisholm, Lauren Conlon, Ryan Dyer, James Ellis, Sam Farr, Tom Gibbs, George Gunn, Dorian Harewood, James Hargitai, Sam Hindhaugh, Ashley Hollebone, Jake Hovell, Rhys Jones, Danny Morris, James O'Brien, Alan Paige, Huw Pearce, Tony Price, Martin Rootes, Andy Skipsey, Nina Starr, Manu Vilaseca Vaya, Dan Warren, Stacey Watts, Paul Whale, Callum Williams, Buddie Wilkinson, Gabriel Wilkinson, Andrew Paul Wilson
  • Junior Dressing Props – Alex Monro Pruett
  • Trainee Dressing Props – Daniel Bookham, Sam Glen, Richard Harvey, Joe le Gendre, James Grearley
  • HOD Props & Set Dec Manufacturing – Tim Wildgoose
  • Props Manufacturing Coordinator – Mark Lobatto
  • Props Manufacturing Assistant Coordinator – Camille Raoult
  • Digital Modellers – Nayda Venizelos, Tara Barzetovic
  • Supervising Modeller – Martin Campbell
  • Senior Prop Modeller – Graham Bowen
  • Advanced Prop Modellers – James Aubrey Britton, David Farrow, Thomas Hughes, Helen Lake, Jayne O'Hanlan, Miguel Quina, Hannah Treharne, Paula Vine, James Woodcock
  • Props Modellers – Jason Larcombe, Caspar Phillips
  • Props Painters – Clemency Bunn, Bobbie Dutton, Gabriella Franchetti, Kyli Johnson
  • Junior Modellers – Dan Bookham, Joe Browning, Darren Goodhead, Claudia Sawyer, Eddie Tycer
  • Set Dec Supervising Modellers – Faye Ruddick, Will Sumpter
  • Set Dec Supervising Mouldmaker – Greg Davey
  • Set Dec Workshop Storeman – David Sillery
  • Set Dec Senior Modellers – Tim Lewis, Billy Noonan, Matt Street
  • Set Dec Advanced Prop Modellers – Wasili Angelopoulos, Colin Armitage, Pete Fielding, Holly Martin, Mark Yeo
  • Set Dec Prop Modellers – Mitchell Chamberlain, Alex Lloyd, Sophie Dyer Bartlett, Justine Marshall, Jessica Martin, Adam McGee-Abe, Victoria Pearce, Luisa Toledo, Ian Tsang
  • Set Dec Mouldmakers – Adrian Brady, Ben Butcher
  • Set Dec Junior Modellers – Margot Brosnan, Andrew Griffiths, Beth Harris, Fen Lundberg, Ben Saunders, Luke Stronach
  • Drivers – Alex Francis, Steve Wildgoose

Construction Services proived by – Palace Scenery Ltd.

  • Construction Manager – Stephen Bohan
  • Assistant Construction Manager – Seamus O'Sullivan
  • Construction Coordinator – Debbie Morgan
  • Assistant Construction Coordinator – Nicola Jones
  • HOD Carpenter – Paul Duff
  • Supervising Carpenters – Chris Brown, Graham Cole, Toby Cowley, Mike Green, Alan Kavanagh, Adam Shepherdley
  • Chargehand Carpenters – Darren Flory, Jeff McNamara
  • HOD Painter – Dave Haberfield
  • Supervising Painters – Rob Channon, Peter O'Donnell, Steve Sibley
  • Chargehand Painters – Vincent Redmond, Brad Woodbridge
  • Painter – Jack Lockett
  • HOD Rigger – Alan Williams
  • Supervising Riggers – Joe King, Steve Warwick
  • Production Health & Safety Coordinator – Lucy Wall
  • Payroll – Catherine Haugh
  • Construction Health & Safety – Lee Bartholomew, Grant Marling
  • HOD Plasterer – Richard McCarthy
  • Supervising Plasterers – Nick Barringer, Bob Byron, Dean Coldham, Danny James
  • Supervising Foam Sprayer – Gary Saddington
  • Supervising Plasterer Labourer – James Pearce
  • Supervising Metal Worker – Rob Shaw
  • Chargehand Metal Worker – Harlon Hypolite
  • HOD Stagehand – Richard Stachini
  • Chargehand Stagehands – Lewis Pelling, Alan Wilson
  • Practical Electrician – James O'Sullivan
  • Chargehand Riggers – Peter Graham, Billy Peet
  • Action Vehicles HOD – Warren Stickley
  • Action Vehicles Supervisor – Graham Dale
  • Buyer & Department Coordinator – Ben Vokes
  • Lead Model Maker – Ray Widdowson
  • Model Makers – Martin Cook, Martin Dallinger, Mark Edgington, Paul Hitchinson, Alex Hughes, Jack Jephson, Caspar Phillips
  • Fabricators – Nicko Cummings, Dec Hardy, Alex Raine, Steve Thompson
  • Fiberglass Fabricators – Sean Kenrick, Graeme McCracken
  • Assistant Fabricators – Steve Cooksley, Rhys Stickley
  • Trainees – Sam Bentley, Tom Whitby

Greens Services provided by – Greens Team Ltd.

  • Greens HOD – Peter Hooper
  • Buyer – Justin Richards
  • Greens Coordinator – Samantha James
  • Supervisor – Steven Murphy
  • Lead Standby – Dan Gibson
  • Standby – Harry Peters
  • Lead Greensmen – Callum Davison, Jamie Clark
  • Chargehand – Bethany Spence
  • Tandem Unit Lead Standby – Benito Cavallaro
  • Tandem Unit Standby – Leon Butterworth
  • Greensmen L2 – Dan Molnar, Lewis Oliver
  • A Camera Operator – Ben Wilson
  • B Camera Operator – Iain Struthers
  • A Camera First Assistant – Sam Barnes
  • B Camera First Assistant – Gordon Segrove
  • A Camera Second Assistant – Adrian Stephens
  • B Camera Second Assistant – Ryan Adams


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Notes and references[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Disney Andor Media Kit on Disney.com (backup link)
  2. 2.0 2.1 SWYTlogo Andor | Official Trailer | Disney+ on the official Star Wars YouTube channel (backup link)
  3. 3.0 3.1 Andor logo new Andor — "Kassa"
  4. Star Wars: Dawn of Rebellion: The Visual Guide establishes that Cassian Jeron Andor was twenty-seven years old during the events of Andor, which the book dates to 5 BBY. StarWars-DatabankII Cassian Andor in the Databank (backup link) states that Cassian was nine during the Andor flashbacks, therefore the flashbacks take place around 23 BBY.

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