The Yoda Chronicles (2013– )
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The Phantom Clone 

Grievous lures Yoda away from the Jedi Temple and steals the Padawans light sabers. Dooku plans to use the crystals inside the light sabers to make Sith clones. It is up to Yoda and the Padawans to prevent Dooku from carrying out his plan.

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C-3PO (voice)
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JEK (voice)
Michael Donovan ...
Count Dooku / Malakili (voice)
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Bobby / Gamorrean Guard (voice)
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Commander Cody (voice)
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Mace Windu (voice)
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Yoda / Narrator (voice)
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Vaash Ti (voice)
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Obi-Wan Kenobi / Rako (voice)
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Grievous lures Yoda away from the Jedi Temple and steals the Padawans light sabers. Dooku plans to use the crystals inside the light sabers to make Sith clones. It is up to Yoda and the Padawans to prevent Dooku from carrying out his plan.

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29 May 2013 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Anthony Daniels provides the voice of his character C3PO, whilst Billy Dee Williams proves the voice of the father of his character Lando Calrissian. Young Lando Calrissian is voiced by Tabitha St. Germain. See more »

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Count Dooku: Nothing can stop us now!
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Followed by The Yoda Chronicles: Race for the Holocrons (2014) See more »

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Binary Sunset
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Written by John Williams
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Enough of garbage like this.
28 November 2013 | by (Hungary) – See all my reviews

Yes we get it already, many people and even the creators and cast can make fun of Star wars. But how about making a show with the target audience being teenager or OLDER. How about making a show where the characters don't look like parody's of there self, and as hard it may be, how about they don't even act like parody's of them self. How about a show where the plot is mature, true to the title Star Wars, and dose not do things which conflicts with the movies? Is that freaking too much to ask?

Not like there's not enough money... star wars titles in the last decade did pretty much nothing else but ripping of kids money by launching garbage shows which from they could sell garbage toys. Or is there no creative person in Lucasfilms and Disney how can come up with mature entertainment?

If your around six, chances are you might enjoy this, and probably will want to buy hole arsenal of Lego star wars stuff. If your older it probably will just annoy you. And may raise the question in you, like it did in me "why they put the standards so low"


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