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Hughes the Force (2011) Poster

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James Arnold Taylor and Catherine Taber, voices of Obi-wan Kenobi and Padme Amidala in the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008), make cameo appearances on screen in costume as their characters for the first time.
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Hughes the Force was originally pitched to Atom.com in the Operation Olivia contest in 2009 where it was chosen as one of the Editor's Top 15 picks.
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Producer/Writer/Director J.C. Reifenberg met George Lucas in 2005 at Skywalker Ranch after winning a trivia contest on MTV's TRL show in September of 2004.
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Producers Ruark Dreher and J.C. Reifenberg met at Star Wars Celebration 5 in August of 2010.
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Writers J.C. Reifenberg, Steven Koistinen, and Justin Yates all met while working at a small studio in Beverly Hills.
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Star Wars: The Clone Wars voice actor Tom Kane voices one of the Stormtroopers in the bar scene.
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The voice of Darth Vader is provided by Matt Sloan who is the voice behind the popular web series Chad Vader: Day Shift Manager and Darth Vader in LucasArts video games The Force Unleashed 1 and 2.
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In the bar scene: previous Star Wars Fan Film winners Saber by Clare Grant, Rileah Vanderbilt, and Adam Green; and Unlimited Power by Eliot Sirota can be seen playing on the screens behind the bar.
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All the characters in the bar scene are members of the Rebel Legion and 501st Star Wars costuming groups.
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Comic artist Joe Hogan illustrated a prequel comic following the adventures of Simon and Henry and their acquisition of the Leia action figure used in the movie. The comic was written by Hughes the Force producers J.C. Reifenberg, Steven Koistinen, and Ruark Dreher.
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'Kevin Smith' makes a brief but crucial cameo to help Henry and Simon along their journey.
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