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"Star Wars: The Clone Wars" The Zillo Beast Strikes Back (2010)

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Writers:
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Original Air Date:
10 April 2010 (Season 2, Episode 19)
Plot:
The Zillo beast has been captured and is brought to Coruscant for testing. Chancellor Palpatine wants to learn the secrets of its invulnerability but only manages to make the beast angry enough to escape. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Steward Lee 
 
Writing credits
George Lucas  created by &
Steven Melching  written by

Drew Z. Greenberg  supervising writer

Produced by
George Lucas .... executive producer
Cary Silver .... producer
Catherine Winder .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Kevin Kiner 
 
Production Management
Trisha Brunner .... post-production supervisor
Julie Peng .... production supervisor
 
Art Department
Wayne Lo .... visual development artist
 
Sound Department
David Acord .... re-recording mixer
David Acord .... sound designer
Ryan Coursey .... assistant dialogue recordist
Brad Semenoff .... foley recordist
Steve Slanec .... sound editor
Matthew Wood .... supervising sound editor
 
Visual Effects by
Nitin Andey .... lighting and compositing artist
Joel Aron .... cg supervisor
Yitting Bechtold .... lighting & compositing
Nicholas Bolden .... rigger
Roberto Calvo .... head of production engineering
Franklin Chance .... rigger
Kah Jeng Cheong .... cloth simulation artist
Bora Dayioglu .... senior lighting and compositing technical director
Julian Gupner .... modeler
Rohan Jain .... visual effects artist
Victor Low .... lighting and compositing
Sumit Pabbi .... visual effects artist
Stephen J. Parker .... technical supervisor (as Stephen Parker)
Ryan Rubi .... cloth simulation artist
Kishore Singh .... cloth simulation artist
Lee Stringer .... cg supervisor
Oliver Summa .... assistant technical director: shot finaling
Joanne Thiel .... effects lead
Sankar Thiyagarajan .... visual effects artist
Vincent Toscano .... lighting supervisor
Pouchon Venerin .... texture artist
David Bullock .... research & development: ILM (uncredited)
Max Chen .... research & development: ILM (uncredited)
Charlie Hite .... research & development: ILM (uncredited)
John Horn .... research & development: ILM (uncredited)
Greg James .... research & development: ILM (uncredited)
Kim Jardin .... research & development: ILM (uncredited)
Arkell Rasiah .... research & development: ILM (uncredited)
Adam Schnitzer .... research & development: ILM (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
Matteo Ceccotti .... animator
Siwei Chng .... animator
Ronny Gani .... animator
Ryan Heuett .... lead 3D story artist
Seyed Alireza Meraji .... lead animator
Oscar E. Peralta .... production coordinator
Roland Yepez .... story artist: Lucasfilm Animation
 
Casting Department
Jenn Berry .... casting supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Mathias Hilger .... second assistant editor
Liz Ketterer .... post-production coordinator
Sheila McIntosh .... associate editor
Jason Tucker .... supervising editor
Sean M. Wells .... colorist
Sean M. Wells .... editorial technician
Sean M. Wells .... digital color support (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Takeshi Furukawa .... composer: additional music
David G. Russell .... composer: additional music
John Williams .... composer: original Star Wars theme music
 
Other crew
Eoin Bullock .... additional production support
Kristine Donovan .... lighting retake coordinator
Gabe Levenson .... licensing coordinator
Sarah Lister .... production coordinator
Marlon Montgomery .... technology project manager
Nancy Sandberg .... supervising production accountant
Vanessa Seow .... production assistant
Colum Slevin .... head of the studio
Sandi Smith .... production coordinator
Nicole Vigil .... production staff
Eranka Weerasuriya .... production assistant
Kimberly Wasson .... production intern (uncredited)
 

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George Lucas  created by

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USA:22 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The 'Jedi fortune cookie' message that opens the show reads "The most dangerous beast is the beast within".See more »
Quotes:
Mace Windu:What is Skywalker doing?
[hands macrobinoculars to General Kenobi]
Obi-Wan Kenobi:It appears to be one of Anakin's improvised plans.
Mace Windu:How can it be a plan if it's improvised?
Obi-Wan Kenobi:Not to worry, just catch them when they fall.
Captain Rex:A lot of the General's plans involve falling.
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1 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
King Kong or Gozilla, 7 July 2012
Author: José Pedro Gomes from Portugal

I would enjoy this episode if I hadn't seen King Kong or Godzilla, if I didn't notice that several episodes are pastiches of other classics as this one, if I hadn't confirmed that many episodes are what we call in Portuguese "encher (fill) chouriços (sort of sausage)", metaphorically meaning to fill something just for the appearances. As a 4 years old veteran fan of the original theatrical Star Wars, my heart was broke when the new episodes came to cinema, when noticing my imagination created from the missing links of the original story were filled as I said, as a "chouriço" with pastiches of other movies. It's not a Tarantino's recycling geniality, it's the inability of creating a strong plot in dedication to the genial original Star Wars storytelling what was missing from the original beautiful and old Greece mythological and Freudian story. It's the proof that imagination is lacking. How could it be, with so many years separating the 2 trilogies. Unacceptable. Perhaps for the young jedi fans it seems innovative, but for this old jedi the force isn't indeed with the cloak of the new special effects.

(update): For now, in general, I'm frankly surprised with the great quality of the third season

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