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Continuum: The 'Star Wars' Phenomenon As Experienced From The Inside [NOOK Book]

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English mime, musician, photographer and actor Tim Dry was featured as ‘J’Quille – Whiphid’ and a ‘Mon Calamari Officer’ in Episode VI “Return Of The Jedi”. These are his honest, amusing, irreverent and very often surreal recollections of being in the movie and of his subsequent appearances twenty years later at Star Wars Conventions all over the world in the 2000s. Think Bill Bryson meets 'Galaxy Quest' and you're on the right track. It has a foreword written by ROBERT WATTS (Producer of 'Star Wars' Episodes IV ...
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Continuum: The 'Star Wars' Phenomenon As Experienced From The Inside

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Overview

English mime, musician, photographer and actor Tim Dry was featured as ‘J’Quille – Whiphid’ and a ‘Mon Calamari Officer’ in Episode VI “Return Of The Jedi”. These are his honest, amusing, irreverent and very often surreal recollections of being in the movie and of his subsequent appearances twenty years later at Star Wars Conventions all over the world in the 2000s. Think Bill Bryson meets 'Galaxy Quest' and you're on the right track. It has a foreword written by ROBERT WATTS (Producer of 'Star Wars' Episodes IV -VI and the 'Indiana Jones' trilogy), as well as 10 pages of photographs.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781620953556
  • Publisher: BookBaby
  • Publication date: 3/5/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 233
  • Sales rank: 1,309,084
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Posted May 9, 2012

    I found this book to be a fascinating read. It was great to not

    I found this book to be a fascinating read. It was great to not only discover what it was like actually being in a movie on the scale of 'Return Of The Jedi', but also to enjoy through Mr Dry's eyes the weird and wonderful world of autograph conventions as a guest. Some of his descriptions made me laugh out loud. I'd strongly recommend this book to anyone, whether they're a 'Star Wars' fan or not.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted March 18, 2014

    Blue lightning

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2014

    The Chronicles of Mc Pwn E Part I Chapter VI

    I arrived in 2014A23, right next to my lab, where the incident had occured. I took the precaution of arriving two days before the murder, to give me time for planning and preparation. So I decided tp go to the mall to pass the time. Besides, I was going to need food for the next two days, plus fuel for the Delorean. Next, I went to the appliance store for some upgrades on my flux complacitor, but after realizing that Equestrian stores don't sell 0-I AI flux generators, I wekt to the bookstore. I looked through the books slowly, and a very important book caught my eye; they had a book about the Timelords! Nopony should know about that topic, yet here was a thick book about it, sitting right out in the open! I rushed to the catalogue and checked the information of the book. To my relief, it was regarded as fiction. However, when I had looked through it, it had all the same information as the real Timelords: th creation of A.T.H.E.N.S., the appointment of me fourteen years ago, even the betrayal of the Timelords (though it did not reveal who the traitor was). A book this accurate would have to have been created by a Timelord, but the author was anonymous; perhaps there was a Timelord in this dimension. I flippee through the book to the page I felt compelled to see: Master Continuum. I was reading through it when I heard a voice behind me, one that was all too familiar, yet hadn't been heard by me since my appointment, spoke to me. "Nopony should know too much about alternate dimensions, including Timelords." I smiled as I turned aroun to face him. "Madter Paradox, it's a pleasure meeting you again."

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    Posted May 19, 2012

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