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The Bounty Hunters Talk Back

Find out the origins of the Bounty Hunters from the original Star Wars Trilogy.

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I'm not even quite sure if this was so much a parody. It just seemed more like an alternate take on the bounty hunters. That being said, I thoroughly enjoyed this. The second part was better. It was a tad slow at first. It was just great to see all those "Star Wars" characters interviewed.

The prequels taught us a lot more about the bounty hunters than the original trilogy. In fact, they barely do anything there. It was just nice to see all the stuff in the background. I'm just really in the mood for "Star Wars" right now. It's probably because I just recently saw the latest Episode VII trailer.


but boba wasn't a mandolorian warrior,in fact he wasn't even in THE OLD REPUBLIC he was just a clone/bounty hunter

That was Great!

For you people Boba Fett was a Mandalorian warrior and bounty hunter. He was a clone of the famed Jango Fett, created in 32 BBY as the first of many Fett replicas designed to become part of the Grand Army of the Republic, and was raised as Jango's son. Jango taught Boba much, training him to become a skilled bounty hunter as his father-figure was before him. In 22 BBY, Jango was killed at the Battle of Geonosis


Nice vid. And to you idiots that think Boba is not a clone, look it up in the starwars wiki, He IS A CLONE, completely unaltered and in the Expanded universe leader of the Mandalorians. The movies also say that he is a clone, the kaminoan explains that to Obi-wan just before Obi meets Jango, that was Jango's payment.

pretty acurate story

To all the people who say Boba is not a clone.. he is. Jango asked for an un-altered clone that he could keep as a son it was not unusual for Mandolorians to adopt children so a clone would not be so diffrent.

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Apr 20, 2004
10:52 AM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place April 21, 2004