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[NEWS] Film crew error in "Star Wars: The Mandalorian"
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Your Name
2020-11-24 03:56:35 UTC
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Man In Jeans & T-Shirt Spotted In Latest Episode Of The Mandalorian
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Over the weekend, many fans took in the latest episode of
The Mandalorian titled "The Siege" which was directed by Carl
Weathers. At the 00:18:54 mark, you can clearly see a crew member
standing against the wall on the far left of the screen wearing a
green t-shirt, a pair of jeans and a watch on his wrist.

Screen grab:
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Of course, fans have already been hard at work creating ways to
enshrine the crew member in Star Wars canon. One such example is
the "Jeans Guy" action figure.

The Mandalorian "Jeans Guy" parody figure
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Dave Filoni & Jon Favreau shouldn't feel too bad as screen errors
like this aren't anything new to the franchise. The very first Star
Wars film featured a Stormtrooper whacking his head on a low
hanging door on the Deathstar complete with sound.

"Star Wars" Stormtropper hits head video: (6secs)


While it's very doubtful that anything official would ever come of
this new instance in The Mandalorian, it sure is fun to speculate!


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Ian J. Ball
2020-11-24 07:18:32 UTC
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From TheForce.net ...
Man In Jeans & T-Shirt Spotted In Latest Episode Of The Mandalorian
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Over the weekend, many fans took in the latest episode of
The Mandalorian titled "The Siege" which was directed by Carl
Weathers. At the 00:18:54 mark, you can clearly see a crew member
standing against the wall on the far left of the screen wearing a
green t-shirt, a pair of jeans and a watch on his wrist.
<http://www.theforce.net/2020/the-mandalorian-the-siege-crew-error.jpg>
Of course, fans have already been hard at work creating ways to
enshrine the crew member in Star Wars canon. One such example is
the "Jeans Guy" action figure.
The Mandalorian "Jeans Guy" parody figure
<http://www.theforce.net/2020/the-mandalorian-jeans-guy-figure.jpg>
OK, this amuses me! :)
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Dave Filoni & Jon Favreau shouldn't feel too bad as screen errors
like this aren't anything new to the franchise. The very first Star
Wars film featured a Stormtrooper whacking his head on a low
hanging door on the Deathstar complete with sound.
"Star Wars" Stormtropper hits head video: (6secs)
http://youtu.be/Ja4v-qiFvBg
This too!! :)
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While it's very doubtful that anything official would ever come of
this new instance in The Mandalorian, it sure is fun to speculate!
<http://www.theforce.net/story/front/Man_In_Jeans_TShirt_Spotted_In_Latest_Episode_Of_The_Mandalorian_188036.asp>
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who would stab Victor Kirakis... How about ANYONE WHO'S EVER MET HIM??!!
Your Name
2020-11-24 19:35:57 UTC
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From TheForce.net ...
Man In Jeans & T-Shirt Spotted In Latest Episode Of The Mandalorian
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Over the weekend, many fans took in the latest episode of
The Mandalorian titled "The Siege" which was directed by Carl
Weathers. At the 00:18:54 mark, you can clearly see a crew member
standing against the wall on the far left of the screen wearing a
green t-shirt, a pair of jeans and a watch on his wrist.
<http://www.theforce.net/2020/the-mandalorian-the-siege-crew-error.jpg>
Of course, fans have already been hard at work creating ways to
enshrine the crew member in Star Wars canon. One such example is
the "Jeans Guy" action figure.
The Mandalorian "Jeans Guy" parody figure
<http://www.theforce.net/2020/the-mandalorian-jeans-guy-figure.jpg>
OK, this amuses me! :)
There are a lot of parody figure images around, but as far as I know
only two ever got actually manufactured - Hasbro did produce a couple
of George Lucas figures:

George Lucas as a Stormtrooper:

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Jorg Sacul, X-wing pilot:

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Plus there were figures of the Lucas family in the cameo roles they
played in the Prequel movies.

Lucas Family:

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Way back in the mists of time we had a "Hitchhiker's Guide to the
Galaxy" game for the Commodore 64 computer and in the box it had
various 'bonus' items, including a small plastic bag empty plastic bag
(containing a "microscopic space fleet") and a piece of cotton wool
(belly button fluff).

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