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Muska (Character)
from Castle in the Sky (1986)

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  1. Castle in the Sky (1986) Played by Mark Hamill / Minori Terada / Jeff Winkless
    ... aka "Tenkû no shiro Rapyuta" - Japan (original title)
    ... aka "Castle in the Sky Laputa" - International (English title) (literal title)
    ... aka "Laputa" - USA (short title)

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From Castle in the Sky (1986)
Sheeta: [Muska escorts her downstairs to the cellar; she notices a mechanical being lying on the floor] What is it?
Col. Muska: An artificial life-form. It's called a robot. Laputa was just a legend until this dropped from the sky.
[We see a brief illustrated flashback where the robot crashes to the Earth, scattering a pair of farmers. Then we fade back to the robot]
Col. Muska: Now, the government wants *me* to unlock Laputa's secrets. For example, what's this fellow made of, metal or ceramics? With our limited technology, we have no idea. But he DOES tell us one thing. Come and see.
[Sheeta hesitates]
Col. Muska: Oh, don't be afraid, Sheeta. He's really quite dead, you know. Look there.
[Sheeta notices the crest on the robot's casing, and gasps]
Col. Muska: Yes. It's the same emblem that decorates the fireplace in your home... AND your crystal.
[He holds up Sheeta's crystal]
Col. Muska: You see, Sheeta, this crystal *also* comes from Laputa...
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