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Dee Bradley Baker ... Boba Fett (voice)

Anthony Daniels ... C-3PO (voice)

Carrie Fisher ... Princess Leia (archive footage)
Tom Fitzgerald ... G2-9T (voice)
Sterling Hedgpeth ... Rebel Pilot

Allison Janney ... Aly San San (voice)

James Earl Jones ... Darth Vader (voice)

Tom Kane ... Admiral Ackbar (voice)

Marianne McLean ... Mon Mothma

Frank Oz ... Yoda (voice)
Andrew Page ... Darth Vader Silhouette

Paul Reubens ... RX-24 (voice) (archive sound)
Lindsay Schnebly ... AC-38 (voice)

Fred Tatasciore ... Gungan Captain (voice)

Patrick Warburton ... G2-4T (voice)

Robin Atkin Downes ... Security guard (uncredited)
Drew Massey ... Various Aliens / Droids (uncredited)

Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Tom Fitzgerald 
Steve Spiegel 

Produced by
Tom Fitzgerald .... creative executive
Linda Folsom .... production executive
George Lucas .... executive producer
Original Music by
Michael Giacchino 
Film Editing by
Ken Saba 
Scott Sohan 
Set Decoration by
Brandon Kleyla 
Makeup Department
Danny Wagner .... makeup department head
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Christopher S. Bryson .... first assistant director
Irina Bryson .... key second assistant director
Art Department
Simon J. Roth .... assistant art director
Sound Department
David Acord .... sound effects editor
Dustin Cawood .... sound effects editor
Sean England .... foley recordist
Doc Kane .... adr mixer
Noah Katz .... engineering services
Jonathan Moran .... dialogue editor
Tom Myers .... sound designer
Visual Effects by
Lori Arnold .... visual effects producer
Johnathan R. Banta .... digital artist
Jeffrey Benedict .... visual effects artist
Jeffrey Benoit .... previs artist
Kai Chang .... animation assistant: ILM
Adam Chazen .... visual effects coordinator: Pixomondo
Ian Christie .... visual effects artist
Michael Cordova .... digital artist: ILM
Michelle Dean .... digital artist
Katharine Evans .... visual effects artist
Thilo Ewers .... digital matte painter: Pixomondo
Katherine Farrar .... associate production manager
Bill George .... visual effects supervisor
Nathalie Girard .... lead senior compositor: ILM
Marissa Gomes .... production coordinator: ILM
Darin Hilton .... senior digital matte artist
Ryan Hopkins .... senior digital artist: ILM
Paul Huston .... digital matte artist
Robert Kosai .... creature technical director
Makoto Koyama .... character animator: ILM
Toan-Vinh Le .... digital artist
Tom Martinek .... senior digital effects artist: ILM
Björn Mayer .... visual effects supervisor: Pixomondo
Brian McGraw .... technical support: ILM
Glen McIntosh .... animation supervisor
Marianne McLean .... visual effects producer
Chris Mitchell .... animator: ILM
Jerome Moo .... digital artist: ILM
Timothy Mueller .... digital matte: ILM
Melissa Mullin .... digital artist
Philip Nussbaumer .... digital compositor: Pixomondo
Tim Odell .... modeler: ILM
Tim Odell .... texture painter: ILM
Khatsho John Orfali .... cg supervisor
S. Scott Parrish .... creature technical director: ILM
Russell Paul .... digital model supervisor
Mike Sanders .... digital supervisor
Paul Sharpe .... digital artist
Kirk Shimano .... digital artist: ILM
Shaun Stephenson .... visual effects: ILM
Joe Woodward Stevenson .... layout artist
Chad Taylor .... digital artist
Kieran Tether .... digital artist: ILM
Johan Thorngren .... digimatte supervisor
Jim Van Allen .... creature technical director: ILM
John Van Der Zalm .... creature technical director: ILM
Ronnie E. Williams Jr. .... visual effects artist
David Yee .... concept artist: ILM
Jeff Mosley .... stunt wookie
Animation Department
Wesley Mandell .... animator
Glen McIntosh .... animation supervisor
Shawn Miller .... animator: ILM
Douglas L. Moore .... layout supervisor
Delio Tramontozzi .... associate animation supervisor
Chi Chung Tse .... animator
Music Department
Ramiro Belgardt .... music editor: for music by John Williams
Michael Giacchino .... music editor
Alex Kovacs .... music coordinator
Jerome Leroy .... music coordinator
William Ross .... music arranger
Dan Wallin .... music scoring mixer
John Williams .... composer: existing themes
Other crew
Marlon Montgomery .... technology project manager
Scott Trimble .... key location manager: Alaska

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Did You Know?

In the attraction Queue's background music and sounds there is a page for a Mister Egroeg Sacul (George Lucas spelled backwards).See more »
C-3PO:[after an ad for Naboo] I found those Gungans somewhat annoying.
[R2-D2 beeps]
C-3PO:Not just Jar Jar, all of them.
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The new Star Tours is "Star-tastic!", 21 May 2011
Author: jleuvoy119 from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

As a current Disney cast member and Star Wars fan, I had ridden the original Star Tours attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park many times. The original's hydraulics was always clunky, the storyline went nowhere and the motion of the ride almost always made me queasy. I was anxious when I heard that Star Tours was getting a makeover and after months of waiting, I finally got a chance to preview the new ride just before the grand opening on May 20th during Hollywood Studios annual Star Wars Weekends. The ques line was all newly refurbished, with the feel of being in an interstellar spaceport. The first thing I noticed that was new was the 3-D goggles presented to guests, as the original wasn't in 3-D. As I boarded the vehicle, my expectations were high. Star Tours: The Adventure Continues did not disappoint! With smoother movements, entertaining space chases and a variety of planets and characters from the Star Wars universe, this was an experience unlike anything I had seen at Disney World. I was glad the imagineers at Disney used the kind of 3-D that didn't jump out at you because it only enhanced the images on the screen and would have deterred from the experience of flying through space. The best part however was the selection of places to travel. The original ride was the same experience every time. This time the destinations are randomized, so guests who ride this attraction multiple times never experience the same ride twice. I will for sure ride this attraction again and again every time I visit Hollywood Studios. Loved It! 10/10

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