How the Star Wars Holiday Special has influenced the formal canon
While the Star Wars Holiday Special is infamously famous as a piece of hot garbage derided by most viewers, thanks to its modern availability on the internet, it has become a bit of a cult film.
Chewbacca, son of Attichitcuk
Han: “So what's your name?”
Chewbacca: “Chewbacca, son of Attichitcuk”
And where does that name Attichitcuk come from? Yes, it is Chewie's father in the special.
The influence of the Special also extends to the Clone Wars television series.
In The Mandalore Plot episode of 2010, the elongated Mandalorian helmets are based on Boba Fett's cartoon version.
The version of C-3PO on the 2001 Star Wars: Clone Wars was animated in a style that paid homage to the animation style of C-3PO in the Special.
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