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Release Date:
19 December 2010 (USA) See more »
The Emmy Award-winning Robot Chicken returns with its third send-up of the Star Wars universe! In this all-new hour-long special... See more » | Add synopsis »
Nominated for Primetime Emmy. Another 1 win & 2 nominations See more »
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Seth Green ... Obi-Wan Kenobi / IG-88 / Weequay / Prune Face / R5-D4 / Various (voice)

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

Bob Bergen ... Luke Skywalker / Board Man (voice)

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

Rachael Leigh Cook ... Beru Lars / Gary's Wife (voice)

Anthony Daniels ... C-3P0 (voice)
Hugh Davidson ... Alfonso / Max Rebo / Wampa (voice)

Zac Efron ... Anakin Skywalker (voice)

Eden Espinosa ... Princess Leia Organa / Mon Mothma (voice)

Donald Faison ... Gary the Stormtrooper (voice)
Keith Ferguson ... Han Solo (voice)

Donald Glover ... Mace Windu / Scout Trooper / Stormtrooper (voice)

Mike Henry ... Yaddle (voice)

Tom Kane ... Yoda / Announcer (voice)

Seth MacFarlane ... Emperor Palpatine (voice)

Breckin Meyer ... Boba Fett / Admiral Ackbar / Rebel (voice)

Dan Milano ... Yarael Poof / Death Star Pilot (voice)

Raymond Ochoa ... Young Anakin Skywalker / Student (voice)

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

Matthew Senreich ... Hippie / Rebel (voice)

Zeb Wells ... Dengar (voice)

Billy Dee Williams ... Lando Calrissian / Teacher (voice)

Directed by
Chris McKay 
Writing credits
Seth Green (creator) &
Matthew Senreich (creator)

Douglas Goldstein (head writer) &
Tom Root (head writer)

Matthew Ireland Beans (written by) (as Matthew Beans) &
Hugh Davidson (written by) &
Mike Fasolo (written by) &
Seth Green (written by) &
Geoff Johns (written by) &
Breckin Meyer (written by) &
Kevin Shinick (written by) &
Hugh Sterbakov (written by) &
Dan Milano (written by) &
Matthew Senreich (written by) &
Zeb Wells (written by)

Produced by
Susan Bell .... associate producer
Eric Blyler .... co-producer
Alexander Bulkley .... producer (as Alex Bulkley)
Corey Campodonico .... producer
Savelen Forrest .... co-producer
Douglas Goldstein .... co-executive producer
Seth Green .... executive producer
Victoria L. Howard .... line producer (as Victoria Lynn Howard)
Chris McKay .... co-producer
Tom Root .... co-executive producer
Matthew Senreich .... executive producer
Ross Shuman .... co-producer
Rosa Tran .... associate producer
Nakia Trower .... associate producer (as Nakia Trower-Shuman)
Original Music by
Shawn Patterson 
Cinematography by
Christopher Covel 
Film Editing by
Matt Mariska 
Casting by
Ivy Isenberg 
Production Design by
Kyle Arneson 
Art Direction by
Trisha Gum 
Art Department
Tony P. Chen .... model builder
Kevin Donelan .... lead mold maker
Pia Dulu .... fabricator
Caroline Foley .... graphic artist
Caroline Foley .... sets & props
Jennifer Hogan .... puppet fabrication intern
Teresa Pilar Huarte .... model builder
Spencer Laudiero .... storyboard artist
Chris Paluszek .... storyboard artist
Melissa Piekaar .... puppet fabrication intern
Nikki Rice .... character fabricator
Rob Ronning .... head of character fabrication
Gregory Sesma .... art department assistant (as Greg Sesma)
David Tuber .... storyboard supervisor
Christopher Robert Watson .... puppet fabrication intern (as Chris '42' Watson)
Sound Department
Tom Boykin .... sound editor
Hunter Curra .... sound designer
Judah Getz .... original dialogue mixer
Visual Effects by
Anna Castelo .... visual effects
Daniel Garfield .... visual effects intern
Todd Hansen .... visual effects artist
Larry Ho .... visual effects
Brian Kokoszka .... visual effects artist
Cam Leeburg .... visual effects producer
Chris Paluszek .... compositor
Andrew Racho .... digital effects artist
Benjamin Van Den Broeck .... visual effects artist
Camera and Electrical Department
Jordan Tremayne .... lighting technician
Animation Department
Musa Brooker .... animator
Sara Crowley .... animation assistant
Sarah de Gaudemar .... animator
Dan Driscoll .... animator
Frank Duran .... model maker
Michael Granberry .... assistant animator
Alex Kamer .... lead animator
Celeste Leipham .... animator
Dan MacKenzie .... animator
Dillon Markey .... animator
Tennessee Reid Norton .... animator
Melissa Goodwin Shepherd .... animator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jocelyn Lynch .... costumer
Jeanette Moffat .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Garret Elkins .... animatic editor
Todd Hansen .... animatic editor
Music Department
Sammy Allen .... musician (vocalist)
Other crew
George Aldridge .... stage manager
Anna Castelo .... production assistant
Jennifer Fernandez .... production assistant
Paula Haifley .... production coordinator
Joe Pontillo .... assistant production coordinator
Scotty Reese .... production intern (uncredited)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
USA:45 min (excluding commercials)
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

The original song "Lapti Nek" (played by the infamous Cantina Band from Star Wars VI) could not be located for use in the Robot Chicken Star Wars III. Composer and Songwriter Shawn Patterson was asked to recreate the entire original song for the show. Vocalist Sammy Allen ("Everything Is Awesome" from The Lego Movie) sang the alien language vocals. The final version was met with approval from George Lucas.See more »
Movie Connections:
Spoofs Flashdance (1983)See more »
The Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme)See more »


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1 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III (2010), 12 December 2011
Author: SnakesOnAnAfricanPlain from United Kingdom

A few recycled gags and others that go on for too long don't really hurt this third installment. When it gets it right it really gets it right, and one sketch had me laughing harder than I've laughed in years. I can't even explain why. Maybe I was going a little crazy, but still, it was good to laugh to the point I was scared as to why I couldn't stop. Again it's one for Star Wars fans only, but I'm sure many people could respect the general animation and ideas. It spoofs every element of Star Wars, from simple scenes, how real people may have acted, riffing on plot holes, strange connections between the original and prequel trilogy, fan expectations, and even why some characters got an action figure. At times observational, at others just random.

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