Star Wars Insider 69 is the sixty-ninth issue of Star Wars Insider magazine. It was released to newsstands in July 2003. The subscriber-exclusive edition of issue 69 included the fourth volume of Bantha Tracks, the Official Star Wars Fan Club newsletter.


Sydney Calling: Rick McCallum describes a typical day at work, details Hayden Christensen's workout regimen, and shoots down a few more rumors.
Paul Rudish, Art Director of the Clone Wars animated series on Cartoon Network didn't just train for the job, he was practically born to do it.
At the end of Attack of the Clones, the war had just begun. Be a part of the action by tracing the battles through comics, novels, video games, and more with this handy chart.
Gavin Bocquet faces the challenge of creating the look for a galaxy far, far away.
Between THX 1138 and Star Wars, a younger George Lucas blew away Hollywood with one of the most profitable sleeper hits in history. Take a 30-year trip through time and learn how the world-and your favorite fantasy movies-might be different without American Graffiti.
  • "Skyrockers" by K.J. Doughton
From the absurd to the hip, musicians have been grooving to the Star Wars galaxy for years. The Insider talks with Weird Al Yankovic and Dianogah.
Caught between the Republic and the Separatists, the Spaarti cloning facility becomes a flashpoint in the Clone Wars.


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