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Return of the Ewok (1982)

Young Warwick Davis decides he wants to be in pictures, so he gets himself an agent. The agent gives him an Ewok outfit and points him towards Elstree Studios. There Warwick wanders from set to set looking to find the other Ewoks.

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Himself / Wicket
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Patricia Carr ...
Herself - Assistant to Robert Watts
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Ashley Davis ...
Himself / Dad
Kim Davis ...
Herself / Sister
Sue Davis ...
Herself / Mum
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Herself / Princess Leia
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Himself / Han Solo
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Himself / Luke Skywalker
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Maxwell Mercury Talent Agent
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Yoda (voice)
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Himself / Darth Vader
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Salacious Crumb (voice) (as Timothy M. Rose)
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Young Warwick Davis decides he wants to be in pictures, so he gets himself an agent. The agent gives him an Ewok outfit and points him towards Elstree Studios. There Warwick wanders from set to set looking to find the other Ewoks.

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The film itself has no credits as the director didn't get time to complete it all in full and Lucasfilm archived it. However Internet versions have had credits added to it unofficially by a Star Wars fan. See more »

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References Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) See more »

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A fun movie...if you can find it

This is a very charming little movie (excuse the expression). Obviously not meant to be taken all that seriously, it's a funny story that gives viewers a chance to see (sort of) behind-the-scenes footage from "Return of the Jedi", as well as some priceless comic bits (like Threepio demanding more movie star perks).

I'd heard about this movie for several years, and even saw part of it at the Denver "Star Wars Celebration" in 1999. I didn't see the whole film until 2005 at the "Celebration" in Indianapolis. There, I was lucky enough to see a presentation featuring Warwick Davis himself providing live commentary.

At the time, Davis said that an official release of the film would be all but impossible, due to rights issues and a lack of high-quality source material. Bootleg copies are reportedly available, but your best bet to see it is at a fan convention. In any case, I recommend this movie for fans of both "Star Wars" and affectionate "Star Wars" spoofs.


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