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[[File:Bakerandfriends.jpg|thumb|250px|Photo from article of Rick Baker and his creations.]]
 
[[File:Bakerandfriends.jpg|thumb|250px|Photo from article of Rick Baker and his creations.]]
 
"'''The Beastmaster!'''" is an article in ''[[Star Wars Insider 126]]'', published in [[May (month)|May]] [[2011]]. The article, written by [[Calum Waddell]], features an interview with [[Rick Baker]], one of the makeup artists who worked on [[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope'']] and created many of the masks featured in closeup shots during the [[Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina/Legends|Mos Eisley Cantina]] sequence of that film
 
"'''The Beastmaster!'''" is an article in ''[[Star Wars Insider 126]]'', published in [[May (month)|May]] [[2011]]. The article, written by [[Calum Waddell]], features an interview with [[Rick Baker]], one of the makeup artists who worked on [[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope'']] and created many of the masks featured in closeup shots during the [[Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina/Legends|Mos Eisley Cantina]] sequence of that film
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