Oro Dassyne: I wonder how many they'll send. We've got so much firepower in here, these walls are ray-shielded. They can't take this fort. It'll probably be, uh, fifty Jedi. They'll need at least that many. Huh, maybe a hundred Jedi! They'll never take this base with less. Ha, they'll need an army of Jedi!
Battle Droid: I have a visual.
Oro Dassyne: Jedi?
Battle Droid: I think so.
Oro Dassyne: How many? A thousand?
Battle Droid: No.
Oro Dassyne: Eighty?
Battle Droid: No, sir.
Oro Dassyne: What? Fifty?
Battle Droid: Less.
Oro Dassyne: Forty? Come on, how many?
Battle Droid: Two.
Oro Dassyne: What?! Give me those!
When Mace Windu intercepts Grievous at the latter's gunship, Grievous activates his lightsabers while standing on the ramp to his ship's hatch. But when Windu crushes his chest and Grievous starts to cough, he is suddenly standing right inside the hatch. See more...
In Revenge Of The Sith, General Grievous' first appearance was made notable by his rasping cough. In the Star Wars storyline, the crushing of his chest by Mace Windu in this episode was presented as the logical reason; but actually, George Lucas merely wanted to signify that Grievous is not a droid, but a cyborg. See more...
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|Title||Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003)|
|Original entry||When the ARC Trooper gunship is hit and goes down, there is a brief shot of the Troopers standing in the compartment. None of them rock or fall to the side as they should, especially when not seated.|