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Voice of BobaEdit

The credits section does not list the voice cast for Boba Fett. Do we not know who did it? Wasn't it Jeremy? DarthMRN 13:46, 4 July 2007 (UTC)

  • That's doubtful. Jeremy actually didn't voice Boba in the trilogy, so I doubt he'd do him here. Jeremy was dubbed over wtih Jason Wingreen's voice...and later Tem Morrison. RDMio 18:43, 9 July 2007 (UTC)

Not the first Boba appearance! Edit

In Ep.4, (First movie) Boba cameos in Docking Bay 94. Should we take note of that? Troublesome Truck fan 19:29, 18 March 2009 (UTC)

First appearance notations are written from the real-world perspective, meaning that the SE ANH appearance is not his first. ~ SavageBob 22:13, 18 March 2009 (UTC)
That makes no sense. Episode four not only takes place first, but was made in real life first. Therefore ANH was. Unsigned comment by Troublesome Truck fan (talk • contribs).
The scene with Boba Fett was only added in the Special Edition version of the film. In the original version of the film, he does not appear at all. Therefore this is his first actual appearance before he was re-added to ANH. —Jaymach Ral'Tir (talk) 20:17, 19 March 2009 (UTC)

Bubble Species Edit

Does anyone notice that when Boba walks by all the aliens to get the serum, there's a HUGE round alien with two faces on each side of its body? One face is blowing a bubble. PLEASE RESPOND!!! Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

Yes, I noticed it. Why? -- Fett 1138 JaingHead (HoloNet Transceiver) 15:50, 21 June 2009 (UTC)

In-universe Edit

Shouldn't the article mention that this is also an inuniverse cartoon? Lumpy was watching it on some type of TV or something.. although I can't really see who would've made such a cartoon. Also, wouldn't Chewie have recognized Boba Fett? He's seen him before. That's definitely an inconsistency. -- Xell Khaar 12:57, 22 May 2009 (UTC)

-This has perplexed me as well. It is always assumed that the events of the cartoon are of an actual event in the Star Wars canon, yet Lumpy is watching the cartoon as if it's a Saturday Morning serial for children in the SW Universe. This is why I've often argued that the events should be considered of questionable or marginal canon. If the cartoon is a representation of a mission that happened in "real life," then isn't it presumable that the depiction of the events be somewhat dramatized and possibly even akin to Rebel propaganda? (Not in the negative sense, but clearly in the sense of being promoted secretly to feed hope for the Rebellion.) And if that were true, some of the details might very well be inaccurate or even fictionalized within its narrative.

This would seem to me to have two effects. First, it means that it should not be interpreted as a verbatim retelling of a mission and therefore can explain why it seems Boba Fett is characterized as a stranger to the likes of Han and Chewie AND (2) warrant a mention in the article that it's something Lumpy is watching during the episode thereby explaining its questionable canonicity.

Medleystudios72 19:13, April 11, 2010 (UTC)

Mon CalEdit

About fourteen seconds into the cartoon, a reddish creature with large eyes protruding from the side of his face is seen. This looks like a Mon Calamari to me, but it is not mentioned in this article, and the Holiday Special is not mentioned in the Mon Calamari article. Does anyone want to look at this? It's 2:02 into this video: . --Axinal 06:44, January 20, 2010 (UTC)

Because the Mon Cals hadn't been designed yet at the time this cartoon came out, the coincidence is purely that until a later source makes the connection. In other words, it may be, but we're not the ones who get to make that identification. ~ SavageBob 15:51, January 20, 2010 (UTC)
Then why is it that the Muun species still have a "possible first appearance" here, while they would not make a true appearance until Attack of the Clones?--Axinal 17:52, January 20, 2010 (UTC)
That should probably be removed, unless Leland Chee has said something about it. ~ SavageBob 00:37, January 21, 2010 (UTC)
Yeah, check the links at the bottom of the article; Leland Chee is on record as saying that Muuns "could" appear in the cartoon. He hasn't said the same about Mon Cals. ~ SavageBob 00:39, January 21, 2010 (UTC)
Okay, makes sense. Thanks.--Axinal 05:27, January 21, 2010 (UTC)
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