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John Morton was born in 1947 as John Fass Morton. He is known for his work on Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980), Superman II (1980) and Flash Gordon (1980). See full bio »
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 1980 Superman II
 1980 Oppenheimer (TV Mini-Series)
Robert Wilson
 1980 Flash Gordon
Airline Pilot
 1980 Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
Rebel Force Dak (Luke's Gunner)
 1979 Cuba
 1977 A Bridge Too Far
U.S. Padre
 1976 The Gumball Rally
Jaguar Team
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 1976 The Gumball Rally (stuntman)
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 1980 Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (double: Boba Fett - uncredited)
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 2013 Words with Warwick (TV Mini-Series)
- The Five Fetts (2013) ... Himself (as The Five Fetts)
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 2006 Superman II (Video)

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As well as playing Luke's gunner Dak in Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980), Morton also put on the armor of Boba Fett for one scene when Jeremy Bulloch was unavailable. It is the scene outside Han Solo's holding cell in which Boba says 'He's no good to me dead'. See more »



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