Star Wars Rebels (2014–2018)
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Tracked back to their hidden base by a mysterious Imperial agent, the rebels must trust some seemingly dangerous native creatures, who are far more than meets the eye.

Directors:

Sergio Páez (as Sergio Paez), Dave Filoni

Writers:

Simon Kinberg (created by), Dave Filoni (created by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Taylor Gray ... Ezra Bridger (voice)
Vanessa Marshall ... Hera Syndulla / TIE Pilot (voice)
Freddie Prinze Jr. ... Kanan Jarrus (voice)
Tiya Sircar ... Sabine Wren (voice)
Steve Blum ... Zeb Orrelios / Imperial Officer / Stormtrooper (voice)
Dave Filoni ... C1-10P a.k.a 'Chopper' / Scout Trooper (voice) (as Dave Filoni) (as Chopper)
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ... Governor Pryce (voice)
Lars Mikkelsen ... Grand Admiral Thrawn (voice)
Dante Basco ... Jai Kell (voice)
Warwick Davis ... Rukh (voice)
Clancy Brown ... Ryder Azadi (voice)
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Tracked back to their hidden base by a mysterious Imperial agent, the rebels must trust some seemingly dangerous native creatures, who are far more than meets the eye.

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TV-Y7
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Trivia

This is Warwick Davis's first animated Star Wars character, as well as the first time he plays a Star Wars character whose name does not begin with the letter 'W', after Wicket W. Warwick; Weazel; Wald; Wollivan and Weeteef Cyubee. See more »

Quotes

Ezra Bridger: Sooo - all the paths are coming together, right?
Kanan Jarrus: Yeah. I'm just not sure if we're going to like where they lead.
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Voice credits includes "As Himself - White Loth-Wolf". See more »

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Kindred
23 February 2020 | by lassegalsgaardSee all my reviews

The most interesting part of this universe has always been the mystical aspects, and with the last episode, the loth-wolves became some of the most intriguing beings in "Star Wars." This week, that was expanded on, and the things that we got were great. Their connection to the Force is so interesting, and it is kinda sad that we haven't been introduced to them before this, but it's also a cool way to bring the show to the end. The other part of the episode was the introduction of Rukh, a canon character who made his first animated appearance here, and he was pretty awesome. Very clever, despite his primitive status, and probably more competent than a lot of the other Imperial officers. The action sequences were good, but it felt like they cheated themselves for a big awesome sequence at the end of the episode, which isn't that bad, but a little disappointing taking the great feel of the episode into consideration. This provided some great moments for the show, and I hope that the next few episodes can keep the momentum going before we reach the finale in a few episodes.


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Release Date:

6 November 2017 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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