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Xeni Jardin at 1:10 pm Fri, Nov 2, 2012
C3POcchio, which is actually Episodes I-VI, but Antony Daniels gets out of his suit at the end.
Hard Time on Planet Hoth: a comedy series about an assassin droid mistakenly sent to help the rebels as a maintenance droid.
And 101 Jawas should definitely be 101 Palpatians.
Boba and the Beast
Leia and the Tramp
The Aristo-Krayt Dragons
The Shaggy Wookie
Bedknobs and Star Destroyers
Old JarJar (best part is the end)
Lando and Stitch
The Jango Book
I know this ain’t even Disney but how about The Never-Ending Toy Commercial?
The Song of the Sith.
Please don’t let Jar Jar sing “Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, meesa will say, My oh my, what a wonderful Dagobah!” Otherwise we’ll only get to see it on Japanese laserdisc.
Around the World in 12 Parsecs
Honey I Blew Up the Planet
The Princess Leia Diaries
It’s a Parent Trap!
A New Hope Springs
If they bought up some more studios, they could also do:
The Millennium Falcon and the Snowman
The Mothma Prophesies
Sarlacc and the seven dwarves
Some friends and I had a running list going on Facebook the other morning:
Sith Family Robinson
The Saber in the Stone
Endor: The Last Rainforest
Chitty Chitty Bantha
Wookie and the Beast
Gundars and Broomsticks
A Bantha’s Life
Hoth Needs Moms
Aladdin 2: The Return of Jarjar
Who Framed Anakin Skywalker?
The Mighty Hutts
Muppets Take Mos Eisley
Alice in Wampaland
Beverly Hills Tonton
The Suite Life of Han & Chewy
A Carbonite Carol
At-Ats In the Infield
Honey, I Blew Up the Deathstar
The Hunchback of Dagobah
Moff Tarkin’s Wild Ride
Babes in TIEland
Obi the Hunted
Where the Red Squadron Grows
The Absent Minded Kenobi
Lando & Stitch
Hot Leia and Cold Feet
Confessions of a Teenage Nerf Herder
The Gungan King
When You Wish Upon A Deathstar
Wedge Antilles in Wonderland.
I’d watch that. While still flying down the rabbit hole, “I’m already on my way out.”
And you thought Episodes I, II, and III were terrible. You ain’t seen nothing yet.
Nooo, please, stop *rocks in the corner*
Don’t tempt fate!!!
Funny to see all the suggestions that are parodies of Pixar movies, rather than Disney originals. (2 of the 3 in the OP are Pixar-derivatives). Yeah, I know Pixar is now owned by Disney, but consider this:
Disney bought Pixar in 2006 (the year “Cars” came out, though one could argue that “Cars” was still Disney untouched since it was near-completion when the deal happened). Up until that point, Disney was only in charge of production, and Pixar was otherwise an independent studio.
So if we refer to “Toy Story”, or “Finding Nemo”, or “Monsters, Inc.” (etc) as Disney films, will we also be doing the same in 5-10 years with Star Wars episodes I-VI? (At least we could retroactively blame Disney for the Xmas special then, I guess)