Star Wars Rebels (2014–2018)
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The Antilles Extraction 

Sabine goes undercover as a cadet in the Empire's elite flight academy to help break out several young pilots wanting to defect to the rebellion.


Justin Ridge, Saul Ruiz


Simon Kinberg (created by), Dave Filoni (created by) | 4 more credits »




Episode complete credited cast:
Taylor Gray ... Ezra Bridger (voice)
Vanessa Marshall ... Hera Syndulla (voice)
Freddie Prinze Jr. ... Kanan Jarrus / Imperial Technician / TIE Cadet #1 (voice)
Tiya Sircar ... Sabine Wren (voice)
Steve Blum ... Zeb Orrelios / Green Leader (voice)
Dave Filoni ... C1-10P a.k.a. 'Chopper' / Green Five / Imperial Officer (voice) (as Dave Filoni) (as Chopper)
David Oyelowo ... Agent Kallus (voice)
Corey Burton ... Bridge Officer / Instructor Goran / Rake (voice)
Keone Young ... Commander Sato (voice)
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ... Female Civilian / Governor Pryce / TIE Cadet #2 (voice)
Trevor Devall ... Hobbie / Rebel Captain / Transport Captain (voice)
Mario Vernazza Mario Vernazza ... Vult Skerris (voice)
Nathan Kress ... Wedge Antilles (voice)


Sabine goes undercover as a cadet in the Empire's elite flight academy to help break out several young pilots wanting to defect to the rebellion.

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Wedge says "I can fly anything!" The same line Poe Dameron says in The Force Awakens. See more »


One moment part of Sabine's purple-ish hair can be seen from under her TIE fighter head cover, then not long after when she goes to speak to Wedge outside, her hair is completely brown. See more »


Rake: Maybe we can surprise the guards.
[Rake suggests as they are both locked away]
Wedge Antilles: What, with our lack of planning?
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Original Star Wars Theme
Written by John Williams
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Star War Rebels - S03E03 The Antilles Extraction
10 October 2016 | by j_forbesySee all my reviews

What Star Wars Rebels does so well that makes me keep watching and love this show, is their ability to build the Star Wars world. I mentioned it last week how they did a great job on expanding the Star Wars Universe and I thought they did the same again this week.

I think that this could have easily been a low episode for the season. Each season there's a few episodes that are catering to the younger audience and for the most part doesn't play all that much into the overall story. They are basically pointless. This wasn't one of those episodes. While I was a back step as far as the overall season plot line, what it did was expand on the Star Wars Universe massively. This episode gave an origin story to one of the most famous B characters in the Star Wars Universe. Wedge is a character that we saw though all 3 original movies and we just saw him as a good pilot for the Rebellion, with no major information on how he got there. This episode did this. Every time we watch the original trilogy and maybe even Rogue One, we are going to have a different outlook of who Wedge is. To now know that he defected from the Empire and was extracted by our favourite group of rebels.

What this show is doing is starting to insert our rebels into Star Wars history. They are starting to play a role in the Rebellion where we are going to see the results of their actions in the films and I love that.

Overall it was a great contained episode. It's big highlight was how well it builds an origin of Wedge, but for me not much else really stood out. We got introduced to a new Empire pilot that I'm sure we will see more of, and we have a new mystery character to guess who is helping out our Rebels.


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8 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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