The army of the Marauders, led by by King Terak and the witch Charal attack the Ewok village. The parents and the brother of Cindel all die in this attack. Cindel and Wicket escape and in a forest they meet Teek, a naughty and very fast animal. Teek takes them to a house in which a old man, Noa, lives. Like Cindel he also crashed with his Star Cruiser on Endor. Together they fight Terak and Charal. Written by
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If the film is considered canon, it's possible and most likely that it took place after Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983). When Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia and the Rebel Alliance encountered the Ewoks, Wicket does not speak English. In this film, Wicket speaks English after being taught by Cindel. If the film took place before 'Return of the Jedi', Wicket would be speaking English when he encountered Princess Leia. See more »
Aubree Miller (Cindel) looks directly into the camera, then quickly away, when she, Noa and the liberated Ewoks arrive at Noa's star cruiser. See more »
[Deciding how to get across the moat]
Oh no you don't swim. Take a look at this.
[Sticks a stick into water and it's instantly eaten]
See that? That could've been you, ya little beggar.
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This steady-going follow-up is simply both more and less. Even though the stop-motion effects look out of date, the visual quality is an improvement over the previous Ewok adventure. You won't be seeing too many strings attached anymore, and the costume appearances are much cleaner. What it lacks for the continuous thrills and excitement of the last one greatly gains in the characters including "Cindel", "Noa", and the stellar cast of Ewoks. Both movie adventures aren't too shabby when it comes to George Lucas' imaginable sensations, but does this mean they're an absolute must-have for every STAR WARS collector? Hmmm....
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