The Gungan General

The Clone WarsAwaking to find themselves in the prison cells of the pirates, Obi-Wan and Anakin also find that they are bound by energy cords to their fellow captive, Count Dooku. While pirate chief Hondo Ohnaka plans out his next move, his underlings are making plans of their own and they don’t include Hondo. They down the ship carrying the Republic envoy and plan to ransack it for the ransom it carries. The leader of the team, Senator Kharrus, is killed in the crash, putting Representative Jar Jar Binks in command. Dooku and the Jedi must try to work together to escape, while Jar Jar and the clones do all they can to rescue them.

written by Julie Siege
directed by Justin Ridge
music by Kevin Kiner / original Star Wars themes by John Williams

Cast: Matt Lanter (Anakin Skywalker), James Arnold Taylor (Obi-Wan Kenobi / Henchman), Corey Burton (Count Dooku / Senator Kharrus / Pirate Guard), Jim Cummings (Hondo Ohnaka), Greg Ellis (Turk), BJ Hughes (Jar Jar Binks), Ian Abercrombie (Chancellor Palpatine), Dee Bradley Baker (Stone / Mack / Pirate Guard), David Acord (Pilf Mukmuk), Tom Kane (Narrator)

LogBook entry by Philip R. Frey

Notes:This concludes the Dooku two-parter. It is production number #20.

Jedi Fortune Cookie: “Fail with honor rather than succeed by fraud.”

BJ Hughes has only a couple of professional credits to his name (assuming they really are him), including a small part on the television show In the Heat of the Night. His performance marks the first time an actor other than Ahmed Best has voiced Jar Jar in a major production.

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