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Writers:
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Release Date:
16 November 2008 (USA) See more »
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Awards:
Won Primetime Emmy. Another 3 wins & 3 nominations See more »
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Just as amazing as part 1 See more (6 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Seth Green ... The Nerd / Anakin Skywalker / Obi-Wan Kenobi / Bossk / Bob Goldstein / Grand Moff Tarkin / Various (voice)

Abraham Benrubi ... Darth Vader / Owen Lars (voice)

Bob Bergen ... Luke Skywalker (voice)

Ahmed Best ... Jar Jar Binks / Carl the Stormtrooper (voice)

Rachael Leigh Cook ... Beru Lars / Sally Johnson / Gary's Wife (voice)
Hugh Davidson ... Alfonso / Stormtrooper / Rebel Trooper / Ugnaught (voice)

Donald Faison ... Darth Maul / Gary the Stormtrooper / Stormtrooper Nerd (voice)
Keith Ferguson ... Han Solo / General Veers (voice)

Carrie Fisher ... Princess Leia Organa / Mon Mothma / Krayt Dragon's Mother (voice)

Seth MacFarlane ... Emperor Palpatine / Dr. Ball / Figrin D'an (voice)

Breckin Meyer ... Boba Fett / Admiral Ackbar / Wampa / Various (voice)

Dan Milano ... Gareth / Youngling (voice)

Conan O'Brien ... Zuckuss (voice)

Adrianne Palicki ... Padmé Amidala / Jessica / Lexi (voice)

Andy Richter ... 4-LOM / Krayt Dragon / Stormtrooper (voice)

Amy Smart ... Princess Leia Organa (voice) (archive sound)
Zeb Wells ... Dengar / Imperial Officer / Youngling (voice)

Billy Dee Williams ... Lando Calrissian / Man (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Tom Kane ... Yoda (voice) (uncredited)

Matthew Wood ... General Grievous (voice) (uncredited)
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Directed by
Seth Green 
 
Writing credits
Seth Green (creator) &
Matthew Senreich (creator)

Hugh Davidson 
Mike Fasolo 
Douglas Goldstein 
Seth Green 
George Lucas  characters
Breckin Meyer 
Dan Milano 
Tom Root 
Matthew Senreich 
Kevin Shinick 
Zeb Wells 

Produced by
Susan Bell .... associate producer
Eric Blyler .... co-producer
Alexander Bulkley .... producer
Corey Campodonico .... producer
Keith Crofford .... executive producer: Williams Street
Douglas Goldstein .... co-producer
Seth Green .... executive producer
Victoria L. Howard .... line producer
Michael Lazzo .... executive producer: Williams Street (as Mike Lazzo)
Chris McKay .... co-producer
Tom Root .... co-producer
Matthew Senreich .... executive producer
Rosa Tran .... associate producer
Nakia Trower .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Les Claypool 
Michael Suby 
 
Cinematography by
Jeff Gardner 
 
Film Editing by
Garret Elkins 
Matt Peake 
 
Casting by
Ivy Isenberg 
 
Production Design by
Jed Hathaway 
Ross Shuman 
 
Art Direction by
Nick Mariana 
 
Costume Design by
Jeanette Moffat 
 
Production Management
Eric Blyler .... unit production manager
Nakia Trower .... post-production supervisor
 
Art Department
Kyle Arneson .... property master/model maker
Matt Burlingame .... model builder
Marina Cavalli .... character fabrication intern
Patrick Denver .... model builder
Kevin Donelan .... character fabrication intern
Dan Field .... lead character fabricator
Trisha Gum .... art department coordinator
Spencer Laudiero .... storyboard artist
Richard Moore .... character fabrication intern
Kevin Pawlak .... storyboard artist
Logan Payne .... model builder
Rob Ronning .... head of character fabrication
Warren Rush .... model builder
Scott Schneider .... model builder
David Tuber .... storyboard artist
Lesley Wisley Padien .... art department
Holly Wood .... character fabrication intern
 
Sound Department
David Acord .... sound designer
Hunter Curra .... sound designer
Margarita Mix .... post production sound
Konrad Piñon .... sound editor
Adam Sanborne .... additional music orchestrations
Aaron Seiden .... sound designer
Kate Slepicka .... original dialouge mixer
Matthew Wood .... supervising sound editor
 
Visual Effects by
Shannon Gold .... digital effects artist
Shannon Gold .... visual effects supervisor
John Ikuma .... digital effects intern
Brian Kokoszka .... digital effects artist
Doug Nicholas .... digital effects intern
Matt Peake .... digital effects artist
Andrew Racho .... digital effects artist
Andrew Racho .... visual effects supervisor
Analeah Ricchetti .... digital effects intern
Michael Spitzmiller .... digital effects intern
Andy Windak .... digital effects artist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Charles Lee Corbin II .... lighting technician
Anthony Doublin .... lighting technician
Alia Kelly .... lighting technician
 
Animation Department
Cameron Baity .... character animator
Jon Berg .... special guest animator
Musa Brooker .... character animator
Sarah Brown .... character fabricator
Christopher Calvi .... character animator
Bridget Dash .... character fabricator
Sarah de Gaudemar .... character animator
Dan Driscoll .... character animator
Savelen Forrest .... character animator (as Joshua A. Jennings)
Melissa Goodwin .... character animator
Elizabeth Harvatine .... lead animator
Alex Kamer .... character animator
Dick Kaneshiro .... character fabricator
Ethan Marak .... animation director
Chris McKay .... animatic editor
Joe Mello .... character animator
Tennessee Reid Norton .... character animator
Tennessee Reid Norton .... character fabricator
Thomas R. Smith .... character animator (as Tom Smith)
Jennifer Stavish .... character fabricator
Eric Towner .... character animator
Becky Van Cleve .... track sheets
Michael Wolf .... character animator (as Mike Wolfe)
Ben Zelkowicz .... character animator (as Benny Zelkowicz)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jeanette Moffat .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Matt Peake .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Garret Elkins .... music editor
Jordan Pier .... musician: background vocals (as Jordan Durante)
 
Other crew
George Aldridge .... stage manager
Mary Jane Amato .... production accountant
Susan Bell .... project manager for ShadowMachine
Paula Haifley .... assistant production coordinator
Rachel Howard .... assistant production coordinator
Miles Marshall .... technical supervisor
Scout Raskin .... assistant accountant
Florian Schereck .... production controller
Hugh Sterbakov .... toy wrangler
Rosa Tran .... production supervisor
 
Thanks
Lynda Benoit .... thanks
Michael Blanchard .... thanks
Tracy Canobbio .... thanks
Lynne Hale .... thanks
Chris Holm .... thanks
George Lucas .... special thanks
Rick McCallum .... thanks
Alexis Riding-Race .... thanks
John Singh .... thanks
Chris Spitale .... thanks
Kayleen Walters .... special thanks
 

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24 min
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WILHELM SCREAM: Heard during the "Bring Your Daughter to Work Day" sketch when the camera zooms into Darth Vader for the first time.See more »
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Emperor Palpatine:[as a surfboard is passing by him on the Death Star luggage conveyor belt] Wow, for real?See more »
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11 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Just as amazing as part 1, 20 December 2008
Author: MisterWhiplash from United States

Basically, if you saw and loved the first Robot Chicken: Star Wars special (or, for that matter, if you saw it and hated it), you'll know what you're in for with this second part. It just continues on with more parodies of more things that will be known to casual fans and the die-hards. Sometimes, in fact, I can't seem to remember what some segments are from what special, since if you watch the two 30-minute episodes back to back it makes it feel complete. Then again, there are a few truly memorable things about this one (I believe this one had Lando Calrissian's very badly times joke: "Who has two thumbs and betrayed his friends? This guy! Oh... too soon."), or the whole bit involving that black-ball probe droid or whatever it's called. But the best thing of all is a running "plot" with the bounty hunters ad Boba Fett, leading up to a hilarious display of masculine pathetic prowess as Fett tries to show off to another guy trapped with him in the Sarlac pit. If for nothing else, for anyone on a level of Star Wars fandom, the opening with the Ewoks is worth your time scanning around on Cartoon Network (or, for that matter, if and when they release Episode 2 on DVD). It's silly, stupid, sophomoric, and clever as all hell - like the show itself, if you're in the right mood and frame of mind for the sense of parody, it's bliss.

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