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Anyone know who played the Colonel in ANH? --Eion 22:28, 26 Apr 2005 (UTC)

I think it might be British actor Michael Lynch. Not sure though.

I doubt it's Lynch when he's got zero credit for the film and doesn't even resemble him here: --Gunman6 (talk) 06:34, July 7, 2013 (UTC)

Name Origin?Edit

Anybody know who named him? I have a very strong suspicion that his name was inspired by a character from Sutâurufu, or Star Force: Fugitive Alien II as it is known to MST3K fans. There's a Colonel Yarulen (Yirulin?) in it who wears a white uniform (that's him on the right), and the main character is known as a "Star Wolf." No way this is a coincidence—especially since Fugitive Alien is a big fat Star Wars rip-off. Gonk 23:38, 17 February 2007 (UTC)


What source states that he was killed on the Death Star when it exploded?OOM-10 15:53, 16 May 2007 (UTC)

Battle of Christophsis in 22 BBY?Edit

Can anyone tell me which source states that this battle (from The Clone Wars movie) happened in 22 BBY? In material released ahead of the movie, Anakin appears to have his own Padawan (which would be a violation of the Jedi Code in 22 BBY while he was still himself a Padawan) and a facial scar Asajj Ventress gave him during the events of The Dreadnaughts of Rendili, which is set in 20 BBY.-Kev-La Ttolya 02:58, 6 August 2008 (UTC)

  • Although I personally haven't read it yet, I've heard that the novel indicates it happening within the first year. As for fitting in with other stuff, it seems that TCW is going to... change some stuff. The knighthood & scar things are likely just the beginning. -- Ozzel 03:09, 6 August 2008 (UTC)
    • Thanks for your help, Ozzel. I've begun to suspect that you're right about the new T-canon simply 'overruling' some existing canon and, if so, I find this lack of continuity disturbing. I'm not too bothered if they 'rewrite' the original 'Clone Wars' series this way, but if they do throw out the validity of the novels and comics I've spent years collecting, I'll most likely boycott the new film and series on general principle :( -Kev-La Ttolya 03:28, 6 August 2008 (UTC)
      • Leland Chee and others are in the process of rewriting the Clone Wars timeline. But yes, The Clone Wars takes place in 22 BBY. Grand Moff Tranner Imperial Department of Military Research (Comlink) 11:48, 6 August 2008 (UTC)
        • Just a thought about the scar: we see Padme's reaction to Anakin's scar twice: on Naboo in Obsession, which clearly takes place about 6 month before ROTS and on Coruscant in Clone Wars Chapter 22, which doesn't state a period of time, only that in was after Anakin's knighthood ceremony. I wonder if they try to retcon it by having Anakin getting the same scar twice. That would be extremely funny, but will allow them to leave at least "Dreadnaughts" intact. Mauser 13:25, 6 August 2008 (UTC)
          • I was thinking about the scar issue today and came up with the following possible (but not likely ever canonical) explanation: After the new movie, Anakin's scar fades (over time and perhaps with the aid of bacta) but during Dreadnaughts, Asajj deliberately re-scars him in the same place. This would be even cooler if it was her that scarred him there the first time, perhaps seeing it as some kind of brand of possession. Just a thought :) -Kev-La Ttolya 03:18, 7 August 2008 (UTC)

Originally Tarkin? Edit

Was Yularen in Clone Wars originally intended to be Tarkin? Although it would screw up the continuity of the novels and comics which mostly potray Tarkin as a politician from the geo-go, having Tarkin being a commander in the CW would've been cool. Perhaps we'll see him in some form later on, not having Tarkin in the prequels except at the very end was kind of a letdown IMO.

ISB agents in Death Star corridor Edit

It appears to me that the gray haired ISB agent walking down the Death Star's corridors is played by a different extra. Their faces seem to be a bit different looking, and a difference that I seem to notice is a slightly different mustache. For those reasons, I believe that the actor in that scene was not the same actor who played Yularen in the conference room, and thus a separate character. Hanzo Hasashi 19:26, March 26, 2010 (UTC)

I completely agree. I don't think there's any question, actually, that that is NOT Yularen. It looks nothing like him, not to mention that Yularen does not have a hat with him in the conference room, as most really senior officers on DSI don't seem to wear covers, yet the extra in the corridor has a black hat. Different stature, different face. I recommend removal of the picture. 17:07, January 12, 2011 (UTC)

The ISB officer might be the closest thing we have to Yularen. I'm not saying he is or isn't him, but I think its rather silly to come to a conclusion that he is not Yularen just because his mustache is SLIGHTLY different. And if I recall correctly, everyone in the Death Star Conference room was not wearing any form of headgear. Yularen could have taken his cap off along with the other officers. For now, that mysterious ISB officer is most likely Yularen unless there are futher sources stating that it isn't. Though there might be a possiblity it is not him, I don't think the picture should be removed.--Three eight 18:22, January 18, 2011 (UTC)

Yeah, you're right I think, Three Eight (I wrote the comment right above yours). When I enlarged the pic I could see it does look like him. Interesting though, about the black hat. I wonder what that hat signifies? I personally think it looks like he's supposed to be a scanning crew member. Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

The actor is Robert Clarke Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

The two ISB agents in the corridor are John Ketteringham and Robert Clarke, both professional British extras with a large number of credits. Ketterigham also played an X-wing pilot in the take-off sequence (seen putting on helmet). There was considerable doubling-up of extras in this film, which is why you see some of the same folks twice. [Dave Wright, editor] 20:24, January 11, 2016 (UTC)

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