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Adapted from a portion of the Star Wars novel "INVINCIBLE" by Troy Denning, STAR WARS LEGENDS: LEGACY OF THE FORCE takes you into the last moments of the final conflict between the children of Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo.
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Rufus Peabody was originally played by David Hernández's cousin. Jorge Guimerá was on Tenerife during the making of the short film. David Díaz asked him to play a cameo role as one of Rufus Peabody's thugs. Jorge agreed. A few days before the shooting of Rufus first scene, due to schedule problems with David's cousin, David Díaz convinced David to replace him with Jorge. The same night before the shooting David Díaz called Jorge to offer him the role of Rufus. 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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