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Wolves and a Door 

Ezra leads the Ghost crew back to the Jedi temple on Lothal where they discover that the Empire has diabolical plans for the powerful secrets it holds.


Dave Filoni, Bosco Ng


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




Episode complete credited cast:
Taylor Gray ... Ezra Bridger (voice)
Vanessa Marshall ... Hera Syndulla / Imperial Scout #1 (voice)
Tiya Sircar ... Sabine Wren (voice)
Steve Blum ... Zeb Orrelios / Stormtrooper #2 / Thrawn Trooper #2 (voice)
Dave Filoni ... C1-10P a.k.a. 'Chopper' / Imperial Scout #2 / Mining Guild Worker (voice) (as Dave Filoni) (as Chopper)
Ashley Eckstein ... Ahsoka Tano (voice) (archive sound)
Adrienne Wilkinson ... The Daughter (voice) (archive sound)
Ian McDiarmid ... Emperor Palpatine (voice)
Lars Mikkelsen ... Grand Admiral Thrawn (voice) (archive sound)
Matthew Wood ... Imperial Comm / Stormtrooper #1 / Thrawn Trooper #1 (voice)
Jason Isaacs ... The Inquisitor (voice) (archive sound)
Freddie Prinze Jr. ... Kanan Jarrus (voice) (archive sound)
Malcolm McDowell ... Minister Hydan (voice)


Ezra leads the Ghost crew back to the Jedi temple on Lothal where they discover that the Empire has diabolical plans for the powerful secrets it holds.

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Guest voice actor Malcolm McDowell is also a veteran of the "competing" space series, Star Trek. He is best known for his appearance in A Clockwork Orange, in which he worked opposite David Prowse, who went on to play Darth Vader. See more »


Trooper: [over PA] Attention. There is a safety hazard zone extending 25 meters from the temple. Special teams are exempt, and look out for static charge. All operational departments signal by beeping twice.
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References Star Wars Rebels: Vision of Hope (2015) See more »

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"Wolves and a Door"
30 March 2020 | by lassegalsgaardSee all my reviews

As someone who was a big fan of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," this episode felt like a bit of a nostalgic fan trip. The idea of bringing back the legacy of Mortis into the fold was something that I thought they might do, but never expected. The deeper parts of "Star Wars" lore are about to be explored and whether or not it may be a little late for that, we will have to wait and see. This episode was fun and exciting, and even though it didn't offer a big action sequence, which I had expected it would, there was a lot of tension as Ezra and Sabine were constantly running from detection. The episode featured a triumphant return of the Emperor, who we haven't seen in figure yet, but have heard before. This time, Ian McDiarmid is back in the role and it's just a treat to listen to him talk. I think the episode needed a little more to it, and it felt kinda short even though the pacing wasn't that fast. It was a great episode, nonetheless, and it sets up a lot of exciting aspects of the mythology to be explored in the final episodes. Hopefully, that includes a little more of the Emperor coming into the fold too.

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26 February 2018 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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