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Encyclopedia > Hutt (Star Wars)

The Hutts are a fictional alien race in the Star Wars universe. They have appeared in The Phantom Menace and Return of the Jedi, as well as the special edition release of A New Hope, although it is only in The Phantom Menace that Hutts other than Jabba the Hutt are portrayed. They also appear in various Star Wars games, including those based on the movies, and the Knights of the Old Republic series. None of these, however, are very friendly and all are criminally involved.[1] Image File history File links JabbaTheHutt. ... Image File history File links JabbaTheHutt. ... Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in George Lucass science fiction saga Star Wars. ... Film poster for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace is a 1999 film by George Lucas starring Liam Neeson, Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, and Jake Lloyd. ... This article is about the series. ... Film poster for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace is a 1999 film by George Lucas starring Liam Neeson, Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, and Jake Lloyd. ... Movie poster Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, is a science fiction film that debuted in 1983, and re-released with changes in 1997 and 2004. ... This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological... Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in George Lucass science fiction saga Star Wars. ... Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KotOR) is an RPG video game originally for the Microsoft Xbox and later for PCs running Microsoft Windows. ...


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Origins

The Hutts originated on a forest planet called Varl, in a binary star system consisting of the two stars Evona and Ardos, which the Hutts worshiped as gods. According to Hutt legend, Evona was absorbed by a black hole, and Ardos collapsed on itself over grief for its mate. Since the Hutts survived the deaths of their Gods, they believed they had become Gods, hence their egocentrism. Scientists believe the Hutts destroyed their world in a civil war. Image File history File links Emblem-important. ... Map of the Star Wars galaxy released by Star Wars Insider The fictional galaxy where the setting of the Star Wars saga occurs is known simply as the Star Wars galaxy while in the canon it is referred as the Galaxy or the Known Galaxy. ... This article is about a community of trees. ... co // It was at Taanab that Lando Calrissian demonstrated not only his ability to lead but also his knack for devising winning tactics. ... For the band of the same name, see: Binary Star (band) Hubble image of the Sirius binary system, in which Sirius B can be clearly distinguished (lower left). ... This article is about the Solar System. ... This is a list of the planetary systems and star systems in the fictional Star Wars galaxy. ... Look up deity in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... For other uses, see Black hole (disambiguation). ... A civil war is a war in which parties within the same culture, society or nationality fight against each other for the control of political power. ...


After Varl's devastation, the Hutts migrated to a planet called Evocar, and displaced the peaceful natives through canny business practices, even going so far as to evict them. The Hutts renamed their new planet Nal Hutta—"Glorious Jewel" in Huttese. Nal Hutta is the capital of Hutt Space, the species' empire. The primary moon of Nal Hutta is Nar Shadaa. // M4-78 is the name given to a planet colonised by droids. ... Huttese is the language spoken by the fictional Hutt species of the Star Wars saga. ... This article is about the political and historical term. ... The introduction of this article does not provide enough context for readers unfamiliar with the subject. ...


Before the establishment of the Old Republic, the Hutts were the dominant species in the galaxy, although they never built up an extensive empire; their dominance focused instead on trade and economic empires. Kossak was a famous Hutt conqueror of this time who defeated Xim the Despot at the Third Battle of Vontor, according to Galaxy Guide 12 — Aliens: Enemies and Allies and the Han Solo Trilogy. Form of Government Federal Republic--Unicameral--Parliamentary Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Judicial Branch Supreme Court Legislative and Executive Branch Galactic Senate Senate Chair and Head of State Supreme Chancellor Assistant Senate Head Vice Chair Establishment 25,000 BBY Reorganization into the Galactic Empire 19 BBY Re-establishment 5 ABY... Xim the Despot (died c. ...


Physiology

Hutts are an evolutionary mix. Generally, they are considered Gastropods because of their form of locomotion, moving along their tail. However, in the novelization of Return of the Jedi, it is mentioned that Hutts are born bipedal, but their legs grow together over time due to lack of movement. They also have pouches that they nurse their young in like marsupials. They have two stubby arms, and a large mouth to consume food. Hutt skin is extremely thick, and when combined with their redundant organs and tough flesh, can result in Hutts being able to survive direct blaster fire hits. Hutts are hermaphrodites, bearing male and female reproductive organs; however, Hutts have distinct masculine or feminine personalities. Typically, Hutts are referred to as males, but in some cases, certain Hutts seem to assign themselves permanently female gender roles. It is unknown whether this is a personal choice, or biological in nature. Hutts are also inedible by any life as even the Sarlacc can't digest them. Subclass Subclass Eogastropoda     Patellogastropoda Subclass Orthogastropoda   Superorder Cocculiniformia   Superorder Hot Vent Taxa     Neomphaolida   Superorder Vetigastropoda   Superorder Neritaemorphi     Neritopsina   Superorder Caenogastropoda     Architaenioglossa     Sorbeoconcha   Superorder Heterobranchia     Heterostropha     Opisthobranchia     Pulmonata The gastropods, or univalves, are the largest and most successful class of mollusks, with 60,000-75,000 species, and second largest class... Movie poster Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, is a science fiction film that debuted in 1983, and re-released with changes in 1997 and 2004. ... A biped is an animal that travels across surfaces supported by two legs. ... This article is about mammals. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into List of Star Wars weapons. ... The 1st-century BC sculpture The Reclining Hermaphrodite, in the Museo Nazionale Romano, Palazzo Massimo Alle Terme in Rome A hermaphrodite is an organism that possesses both male and female sex organs during its life. ... The Great Pit of Carkoon with the original Sarlacc from Return of the Jedi (1983). ...


Jabba the Hutt is different from most of his race in that he has a continuing fascination, even borderline obsession, with bipedal humanoid females. Jabba has scantily-clad slave girls of various species to serve him at any of his dwellings, which include his throne room on Nal Hutta and his retreat on Tatooine. His most noteworthy slave girl was Princess Leia Organa, who eventually killed him. To judge by the reaction of his various slaves, Hutts, even in the exotic Star Wars universe, aren't considered very attractive themselves. Her Royal Highness, Princess Leia Organa Solo of Alderaan (born 19 BBY), a fictional character in the Star Wars universe played by actress Carrie Fisher in the films and by Ann Sachs in the 1980s radio drama. ...


Hutts reproduce asexually, and apparently at a whim. When a Hutt decides that it is time for him to bear an offspring, he can change his gender and become pregnant without assistance from any other lifeform. An infant Hutt, known as a Huttlet, is the size of an orange when born, and lives in the parent's pouch for decades before becoming "fully developed." Hutts can claim a lifespan of 1,000 standard years. Adolescents become adults when they reach the age of 100 years. It has been suggested that Parthenogenesis be merged into this article or section. ...


Hutts are also unique in that they are one of the few species that are resistant to the Force. Jedi mind tricks generally do not have any effect upon the Hutts (although in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Bastila Shan can successfully perform a mind trick on Motta the Hutt). Additionally, Hutts have the ability to see ultra-violet light. The Force is a binding, ubiquitous power that is the object of the Jedi and Sith monastic orders in the Star Wars universe. ... Obi-Wan Kenobi using the Jedi mind trick to convince Stormtroopers that These arent the droids youre looking for In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Jedi mind trick is a Force power. ... Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KotOR) is an RPG video game originally for the Microsoft Xbox and later for PCs running Microsoft Windows. ... Bastila Shan is a fictional character from the 2003 video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. ...


Society

There is an old Hutt saying: Blood is thicker than slime. Nal Hutta is ruled by the Clans of the Ancients, which is composed of leaders of the eldest clans on Nal Hutta. Many Hutts leave their home world to form kajidics, or criminal empires, under the control of the Clan. Hutts hold their families in very high regard--except when leadership of the clan is available. Hutts kill members of their species, and their families, for advancement of power, but that is their way.


If a non-Hutt kills a Hutt, then it will usually result in a death-mark, or bounty, being put on the offending party. Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Leia Solo were the most famous recipients in their role in the death of Jabba the Hutt. The death mark against them lasted for about ten years before it was removed by Durga the Hutt during the Darksaber incident. However Hutts' grudges last a very long time and the deathmark was reinstated after Durga's death.


Hutts do not generally reveal their family names to non-Hutts (close subordinates, such as councilors, are very familiar with Huttese clan politics, as they must be to advise and orchestrate attacks and business well); as such only a few Hutt clans are known by name. The two most prominent are Desilijic, the Clan of Jabba the Hutt, and Besadii, the most powerful before the death of Durga the Hutt.


Notable Hutts

Beldorion the Hutt

Beldorian duels with Leia Solo
Beldorian duels with Leia Solo

Beldorion was a Hutt who trained to be a Jedi sometime before the Clone Wars (the only known Huttese Jedi). Beldorion journeyed to Nam Chorios with his fellow Jedi Taselda, ostensibly to investigate the Theran movement. When he arrived, Beldorion sensed that Nam Chorios itself was a potent nexus for the power of the Force. Therefore, Beldorion stayed and established himself as ruler of the planet, struggling for power with Taselda, who was also drawn in by Chorios' power. Beldorion become a pawn of the humanoid droch Dzym. He gave himself such titles as "Beldorion of the Ruby Eyes" and "Beldorion the Splendid." With the Force and Dzym's help, Beldorion remained strong and youthful, his body all muscle, avoiding the corpulence and immobility of most Hutts his age. However, at the onset of the Clone Wars, Supreme Chancellor Palpatine used special emergency powers to send Seti Ashgad to Nam Chorios in a political expansionist movement. Seeing that Beldorion the Hutt had no real interest in ruling Nam Chorios so long as his desires were satisfied, Ashgad rose to become the planet's unofficial ruler. But Ashgad soon realized that Beldorion had only been a figurehead for a more insidious figure, Dzym. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Jedi Knights and Jedi Knight redirect here. ... A scene from Attack of the Clones depicting the Battle of Geonosis, the first battle of the Clone Wars The Clone Wars (also known as the Clone War) are a series of fictional intragalactic battles in George Lucass science fiction saga Star Wars. ... // M4-78 is the name given to a planet colonised by droids. ... The Force is a binding, ubiquitous power that is the object of the Jedi and Sith monastic orders in the Star Wars universe. ... This article is about minor villains in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Palpatine is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... This article is about minor villains in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


About thirteen years after the Battle of Yavin, Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa Solo traveled to Nam Chorios to meet with Ashgad. While there, Leia was taken prisoner and met Beldorion. While he held her captive, Beldorion told her stories of the ancient Jedi Masters such as Thon and Yoda, whose power he admired, if not their principles. Leia eventually escaped, and together with Luke uncovered Ashgad and Dzym's plan to unleash a plague throughout the sector. During the attempt to stop Ashgad, Leia was attacked by Beldorion. At nine meters, Beldorion was large even for a Hutt, and possessed none of the corpulent rolls that immobilized lazy Hutts like Jabba. The old Hutt was all muscle and fire, and attacked with his lightsaber with astonishing quickness. Although Leia had not been trained extensively in lightsaber combat, she did have combat training and a keen insight into the flow of the Force. A long swift side cut killed the Hutt.[2][3] Combatants Galactic Empire Rebel Alliance Commanders Grand Moff Tarkin † Darth Vader Admiral Motti † General Tagge Chief Bast General Dodonna General Willard Garven Dreis (Red Leader)† John Vander (Gold Leader)† Admiral Ackbar (Supreme Commander of the Rebel Alliance Fleet) Strength TIE Fighters Darth Vaders TIE Advanced Death Star heavy, medium... Luke Skywalker is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe, portrayed by Mark Hamill in the films Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, and Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. ... Leia and Princess Leia redirects here. ... Jedi Knights and Jedi Knight redirect here. ... Yoda is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe, who appears in all of the franchises films except for Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. ... Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in George Lucass science fiction saga Star Wars. ... For Star Wars characters and their lightsaber colors, see Lightsaber users. ...


Durga the Hutt

His Great Obesity, Lord Durga Besadii Tai was a Hutt and the successor of Aruk as head of the Besadii kajidic. Note also that he captured the Death Star's engineer and "hired" him to build him his own superlaser mechanism, which, before being destroyed in Hoth's asteroid belt, was known as Darksaber. A noteable feature of Durga is his green birthmark that stretches along the side of his face.


Gardulla the Hutt

Gardulla the Hutt, also known as Gardulla the Elder, is one of the Hutt crime lords of Tatooine. Her assistant is Diva Funquita. She is best known for buying Shmi and Anakin Skywalker, then losing them to Watto, a junk dealer, whilst betting on the pod-races. Gardulla is a sometimes rival of Jabba the Hutt and appears briefly as his guest at the Podrace scene in The Phantom Menace. Gardulla also sponsors Podracers, including Gasgano. After the Boonta Eve Classic, Gardulla offered Watto a substantial sum to regain ownership of Anakin, but the Toydarian had already lost the boy to Qui-Gon Jinn. In George Lucass Star Wars saga, Tatooine is the home planet of the Skywalker family and Ben Kenobi, the setting for much of the action in the sagas films (as well as several of the novels and other pieces of written fiction) and one of the most iconic... Shmi Skywalker was the mother of Anakin Skywalker. ... [[ Anakin Skywalker is the central character in the Star Wars franchise. ... Watto is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe, featured in the films The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones. ... Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in George Lucass science fiction saga Star Wars. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The Boonta Eve Classic is a fictional racing tournament in the Star Wars universe. ... Watto is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe, featured in the films The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones. ... Qui-Gon Jinn is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe, portrayed by Liam Neeson in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. ...


Gardulla attempted to feed Jango Fett to her personal Krayt dragon, but was in turn killed by the bounty hunter by being pushed into the Krayt dragon's lair and devoured after being interrogated for information on the Bando Gora cult. Jango redirects here. ... A krayt dragon is a fictional creature native to Tatooine, a planet in the Star Wars universe. ...


Gorga the Hutt

Gorga Desilijic Glooma, better known as Gorga the Hutt, is nephew of Jabba the Hutt. Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in George Lucass science fiction saga Star Wars. ...


Grubba the Hutt

Grubba Desilijic Aarrpo (Grubba the Hutt) is a character in the fictional Star Wars universe. Grubba was the son of Pazda the Hutt, nephew of Jabba the Hutt and brother of Gorga the Hutt. On Nar Shaddaa, he lead a small crime syndicate called Varl's Children and never got much bigger in the crime business. When his uncle Jabba died, his brother proposed they take advantage of the situation. He immediately agreed, trying to boost his crime reputation. His laid-back attitude kept him from becoming a true crime lord. They tricked Jabba's father and took over Jabba's castle. Past then, he never really paid attention to what went on, and let his brother do all the handling as long as he got credit. One day while torturing a man who tried to oppose him, he heard news that they were to be bombed by some Hutt named Oopatcha who had come a few days earlier, so he warned everyone and they all evacuated to his ship. The B'omarr monks who lived in the bottom levels of the castle ratted them out and Grubba was killed with his brother, uncles, and father. This article is about the series. ... Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in George Lucass science fiction saga Star Wars. ... Gorga Desilijic Glooma, better known as Gorga the Hutt, is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ...


Kossak the Hutt

Kossak the Hutt is a powerful businessman said to have lives around the same time as Xim The Despot and was directly responsible for Xim's defeat at The Third Battle of Vontor. What is known of this is that Kossak the Hutt had tricked the Klatooians, Vodrans into signing themselves into virtual slavery and that it was Kossak that used the Vodrans and Klatooians during the final battle that ended the reign of Xim The Despot.


Jabba the Hutt

Main article: Jabba the Hutt

Jabba the Hutt is an antagonist who first appeared on film in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, and later in the re-release of Star Wars Episode IV. Jabba was originally portrayed by an immense latex puppet, but in later releases he is a computer-generated image (CGI). Besides the films, Jabba the Hutt is featured in Star Wars literature and is sometimes referenced by his full name, Jabba Desilijic Tiure.[4] Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in George Lucass science fiction saga Star Wars. ... Movie poster Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, is a science fiction film that debuted in 1983, and re-released with changes in 1997 and 2004. ... Computer-generated imagery (commonly abbreviated as CGI) is the application of the field of computer graphics (or more specifically, 3D computer graphics) to special effects in films, television programs, commercials, simulators and simulation generally, and printed media. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...


He is a 600-year-old Hutt crime lord and gangster who employs a retinue of criminals, bounty hunters, smugglers, assassins, and bodyguards to operate his criminal empire. Jabba the Hutt's palace on the desert planet Tatooine is a former monastery for a group of mystics known as the B'omarr monks. There, he keeps a host of entertainers, slaves, droids, and alien creatures at his disposal. Jabba has a grim sense of humor, a bellicose laugh, an insatiable appetite, and an affinity for gambling, slave girls, and torture. A bounty hunter is an individual who seeks out fugitives (hunting) for a monetary reward (bounty), for apprehending by law, if such laws exist. ... Jabbas palace is a geographical location from the Star Wars fictional universe. ... In George Lucass Star Wars saga, Tatooine is the home planet of the Skywalker family and Ben Kenobi, the setting for much of the action in the sagas films (as well as several of the novels and other pieces of written fiction) and one of the most iconic... Monastery of St. ... Luke Skywalker in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope along side astromech droid R2-D2, and protocol droid C-3PO. This is the concept of the droid in science fiction. ... Caravaggio, The Cardsharps, c. ... Torture, according to international law, is any act by which severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental, is intentionally inflicted on a person for such purposes as obtaining from him or a third person information or a confession, punishing him for an act he or a third person has...


The character was incorporated into the Star Wars merchandising campaign that corresponded with the theatrical release of Return of the Jedi. Jabba the Hutt's image has since played an influential role in popular culture, particularly in the United States. His name is used as a satirical literary device and a political caricature to underscore negative qualities such as morbid obesity and corruption.[5][6] Popular culture, sometimes abbreviated to pop culture, consists of widespread cultural elements in any given society. ... 1867 edition of the satirical magazine Punch, a British satirical magazine, ground-breaking on popular literature satire. ... Obesity is an excess storage of fat and can affect any mammal, such as the mouse on the left. ...


Vogga the Hutt

Vogga the Hutt is a Huttese businessman based on Nar Shaddaa who specialized in fuel--specifically high-grade fuel suitable for, among other things, Citadel Station. Like most Hutts, he technically is a hermaphrodite, but generally has a masculine personality. His first and only appearance is in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. He enjoys watching scantily-clad female dancers, though this always puts him to sleep. One of the Jedi Exile's companions can dance for him; this is confirmed. Hutt can mean: New Zealands Hutt River, which flows through the Hutt Valley, and the cities of Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt situated on its banks. ... Nar Shaddaa is the largest moon that orbits the planet of Nal Hutta in the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... For other uses, see Fuel (disambiguation). ... Citadel Station is an orbital platform used to terraform the planet of Telos in the 2004 video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... The 1st-century BC sculpture The Reclining Hermaphrodite, in the Museo Nazionale Romano, Palazzo Massimo Alle Terme in Rome A hermaphrodite is an organism that possesses both male and female sex organs during its life. ... Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords (KOTOR II) is an RPG video game for the PC and the Microsoft Xbox. ... The Jedi Exile (canonical name unknown; also called General by Bao-Dur) is the main character in the PC/Xbox videogame title Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ...


After the Jedi Exile inadvertently caused the destruction of the Peragus mining facilities, the biggest competitor to Vogga's importing of fuel from Sleheyron, Vogga began attempting to take advantage of the sudden shortage of fuel. G0-T0 opposed the Hutt's business plan. In retaliation, Vogga hired a considerable number of bounty hunters (like Hanharr) and bribed a number of G0-T0's underlings (like Visquis). The Exile took advantage of this when he registered the Ebon Hawk as a freighter of Vogga's; unsurprisingly, this resulted in G0-T0 intercepting the freighter, whereupon the Exile caused G0-T0's yacht to decloak. Vogga's waiting vessels promptly blew it out of space. Vogga further won in that G0-T0, under the Exile's prompting, agreed to ship fuel to Telos in exchange for G0-T0's non-interference. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... G0-T0 (Goto) is a droid from the 2004 video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... Hanharr is a Wookiee in the PC and Xbox game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, and can play different roles within the game, depending on the alignment of the player character. ... The Ebon Hawk (circa 3,956 BBY-?) is a spaceship in the Star Wars Expanded Universe video game series Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ...


Zorba the Hutt

Zorba the Hutt is the father of Jabba the Hutt.[7] He did not immediately learn of his son's death because he was imprisoned on the planet Kip. Zorba resembled his son, though he had long, white hair braids and a white beard. All of Jabba's possessions were bequeathed to Zorba, including the desert palace on Tatooine. He blamed Princess Leia Organa Solo for the murder of his son Jabba. Zorba then challenged Lando in a game of sabacc and won Cloud City. Lando soon won back Cloud City in a future game. In one instance Zorba was referred to as 'Koztas'. Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in George Lucass science fiction saga Star Wars. ...


Grappa the Hutt

Grappa the Hutt appears in crimson empire novels. He is in league with the black sun criminal gang and itha specteral-like species known as the zanibar. He first appears looking Tarrant Snil and like Jabba appears to enjoy the company of slave female humanoids and big parties. However he is quick to lose his temper and ends up killing not only a zanibar but a spokesman from the black sun. He allows both Mirth Sinn and her ex-liteuant Massimo to be sacraficed to the zanibar luckily Kir Kanos saved Mirth Sinn but Massimo was less lucky. Grappa was also scared when he received a telecom of a figure known as the faceless one. After the black sun guards sent assains after him Grappa fled only to be caught by the zanibar when he couldn't pay them the money he owed them he was taking to be sacraficed on thei homeworld of Xo.


Korpa the Hutt

Korpa the Hutt is cousin of Vogga the Hutt. He is a small-time crime lord, trying to take over his cousin's businesses. Following a starship duel with his would-be assassin in the twin system of Dva Lokwanya, he lands on a small planet Okopania, meeting with bounty hunter Ser Onja to arrange the assasination of Vogga. Receiving a payment of rare G'ovna crystals, Ser Onja doublecrosses Korpa, sabotaging his ship to explode on takeoff.


References

  1. ^ Hutt at theStar Wars Databank; last accessed November 16, 2006.
  2. ^ Barbara Hambley, Planet of Twilight (paperback; New York: Bantam Spectra, 1997), ISBN 0-553-09540-4.
  3. ^ The Essential Chronology (Star Wars), 1st edition, 2000. Kevin J. Anderson, Daniel Wallace, Bill Hughes, ISBN 0-345-43439-0
  4. ^ "Jabba Desilijic Tiure (Jabba the Hutt)", in Sansweet, Star Wars Encyclopedia, pp. 146-147.
  5. ^ For example, see "Fat Wars: The Obesity Empire Strikes Back" at Center for Consumer Freedom; last accessed July 3, 2006.
  6. ^ Koenraad Kuiper, "Star Wars: An Imperial Myth," Journal of Popular Culture 21.4 (Spring 1988): p. 78.
  7. ^ http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=starwars/article/sw20030911hutt

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