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Star Wars: Clone Wars

Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003)

5 mistakes in Chapter 9

Genres: Action, Adventure, Animated, Fantasy, Sci-fi, Short

Chapter 9 - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: The coloration of ARC Trooper Captain Fordo's helmet changes several times during this episode.

Chapter 9 - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: When Durge jets in for the second battle, the puncture and slash wound in his torso and the slash on his arm are gone. He may be able to regenerate his body, but there's nothing to indicate his armor can.

Chapter 9 - S1-E9

Other mistake: After Obi-Wan has finished Durge, the ARC Trooper leader steps up to Obi-Wan. Although he approaches from and stands somewhat behind Obi-Wan, he turns his head to the side as if they were standing side by side.

Chapter 9 - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: The amount of Arc troops changes several times during the attack in the IGBC control room.

Chapter 9 - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: When Durge attacks Obi-Wan and the ARC Troopers in the Banking Clan's HQ, San Hill cowers beneath the holo-map table. Durge jumps on it, breaking it cleanly in two, and Hill is nowhere to be seen; and after the fight, when the Troopers lift the table fragments apart, Hill is seen cowering and whimpering right behind it.

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Quotes

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!

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Trivia

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.

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