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The Star Wars Cast

Have you ever wondered why Han Solo looks just like Indiana Jones? Or why Anakin showed up in a movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger? Or why Princess Leia was in the Blues Brothers and people called her Camille? And why does that guy in The Bridge on the River Kwai sounds exactly like Obi-Wan? Why is Tarkin in all those British horror films, and he's even a good guy in those movies?

This is the answer: They're "actors." After much intense research I found out that these "actors" are theatrical preformers. Appearently "actors" can be in more than one movie. Indiana Jones and Han Solo look alike because they are the same "actor." This goes for all the other characters in Star Wars as well.

(This is not to say that Star Wars isn't real. But Star Wars happened a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Therefore, these "actors" are just acting out something that really happened.)

This is the cast of Star Wars:

Pernilla August
Peter Cushing
Carrie Fisher
Harrison Ford
Sir Alec Guinness
Mark Hamill
James Earl Jones
Denis Lawson
Ian McDiarmid
Ewan McGregor
Liam Neeson
Natalie Portman
David Prowse
Billy Dee Williams

So, now you might be thinking, "well, what about Chewbacca? There are no people on Earth who look like that. How could they get an "actor" who looks like Chewbacca? And what about Jar Jar? and C-3PO and R2-D2? And Yoda? No one is as short as Yoda." Well, here's the answer to this:

Highlight below if you think you are ready for the truth:

*Chewbacca is simply a tall guy in a costume. This costume is sort of like a Halloween costume, but its purpose is not to get candy. Its purpose is to make a movie. C-3PO and R2-D2 are also guys in costumes. Jar Jar isn't even that much. He is a computer image. And, the sadest news of all: Yoda is a puppet. "Actors" were hired to do the voices of these computer images and puppets.*

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