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The army of the Marauders, led by by King Terak and the witch Charal attack the Ewok village. The parents and the brother of Cindel all die in this attack. Cindel and Wicket escape and in a forest they meet Teek, a naughty and very fast animal. Teek takes them to a house in which a old man, Noa, lives. Like Cindel he also crashed with his Star Cruiser on Endor. Together they fight Terak and Charal.Written by
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Eric Walker is only on-screen for 33 seconds. See more »
Aubree Miller (Cindel) looks directly into the camera, then quickly away, when she, Noa, and the liberated Ewoks arrive at Noa's star cruiser. See more »
My Star keeps me company and leads me through the night/My Star watches over me and fills my dreams with light/Some things change but some things shine forever as they are/In the sky, shining high, My Star.
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In the home video release, the following scenes were deleted or altered:
When being chased by Terak's men, Wicket races for Noa's house but Noa tells him the only chance they've got is the star cruiser.
A scene taking place shortly after, where the men go inside and burn down Noa's house.
Cindel's lines: "Do something, Wicket! Use your sling! You hit the ring!" have been altered to "Do something, Wicket! Do something!"
Both Ewoks films have the Star Wars magic which is missing from Episode I and II, AND PROBABLY III. The creatures, places, and ships look real, the lasers are great, the music is wonderful and the story is both exciting and fun. It's a shame the new Star Wars films couldn't even come close to the old stuff. It would be great to get the Ewok films on DVD (But then I guess George Lucas would want to go back and computer animate the ewoks or put Jar Jar or Jabba-The Hut in it and reveal that the ewoks are all clones)See this film for good old Star Wars goodness!
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