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Mary Stuart Masterson,
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Years after the Clone Wars end, Darth Vader sends bounty hunter Boba Fett to Kashyyyk to track down the last of the Jedi. Fett, motivated by revenge for his father's death, proves effective - but he soon finds out a terrible truth about Vader while on the hunt that gives him a change of heart.
David W. Allen
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Ruth de Sosa
Miguel Castellano and David Díaz didn't drive the cars during the making of the car chase because the owners didn't allowed them to. So the owners became the stunt drivers and the actors "drove" the cars in the close-ups with the cars stopped. David said that was a relief for him because he hadn't got his driver license yet, and even if he had, he wouldn't do it because he had a healthy respect for the car. See more »
An excellent example of serial Saturday afternoons from late 50's. Despite being a B movie short, natural view and good performances make Lawrence jones and the king,s Solomon's table a very hysterical fun adventure for all audiences, David Diaz makes one of his best performances playing the cousin of the more famous archaeologist. A delicious tribute to classic adventure films and pulp comics. David Hernandez coordinates that short by way of one of his best works in this genre, a great sense of intuition and movement behind the camera, you feel in that year; 1958 looking this comic pulp in bone and flesh. Very wonderfully entertaining!.
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