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The life inside Jabba the Hutt
posted February 16 2015 19:17.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Definitely you know this big old fat worm of star wars, don't you? Here is one interesting fact: Lucas had no access to CGI (sure) when star wars were filmed. So, how could those aliens look so real (comparing to other sci-fi movies of that era)? How could Yoda fly?

Well, here is an awesome video that all you star-war fans will love. This is how Jabba the Hutt puppet worked! 'Cause it IS a puppet operated by a two-men crew living literally inside this oversized worm!

Slimy Piece of Worm-Ridden Filth - Life Inside Jabba the Hutt - @Jamieswb from Jamie Benning on Vimeo.


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