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  • Starring: Nick Jameson, Mat Lucas, Frank Welker
  • Summary: Star Wars: Clone Wars picks up where the theatrical feature Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones left off as an epic civil war pits the Republic against the separatist movement led by the Dark Side of the Force's mastermind Darth Sidious. The three minute episode shorts will introduce new characters in continuing the Jedi saga. In season 2 the episodes were 15 minutes each.
    Star Wars: Clone Wars won an Emmy in 2004 for Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or More).
    Star Wars: Clone Wars was released on DVD in 2005. Volume 1 and 2 contained all episodes from each season. Approx running time is 127 altogether. The publisher of the DVD's was 20th Century Fox.
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  • Genre(s): Animation, Science Fiction
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  1. Mar 17, 2014
    8
    The thing that I don't like about the Star Wars prequels is the dialogue. The stories were great, and they looked awesome. This show kept those characters and tied together those great stories- with some pretty good Dialogue! Is this too good to be true?

    Yes. You can't have the whole greatness package with Star Wars anymore. The drawback on this is the animation. I can't emphasize this enough. The story is great, the dialogue is great and the animation is abysmal. If you are mature enough to get through the animation, I believe this show to be much better than the more modern one.
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  2. Feb 15, 2011
    5
    I honestly didn't see what was so great about this series. It's just watching something cool, the end. Fighting, the end. Shooting guns, the end. There was no plot at all. By the way, this is coming from someone who actually loves the prequels. And do I even need to mention the horrid voice acting? Anankin really sounded like he was fat guy a guy sitting on his computer, hating on the prequels and George Lucas, saying he can do a better job than Hayden Christensen. And General Grevious just didn't sound like general Grevious at all! Also, why was Yoda drawn to be like he was in a bad mood the whole time? The Yoda I remember was cheerful most of the time, not pissed off all the time for some reason. To be fair though, I will say the 3rd season was a much needed improvement, becuase there actually was a plot, and characters actually had dialogue. But it was too little too late. Expand