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Rebels season finale trailer

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The first season of Disney XD animated series Star Wars Rebels comes to a close next week, and a special trailer has been created for the final episode.

The final episode will conclude the current cliffhanger as we see whether the crew of The Ghost can rescue the Jedi Kanan from the Empire's Inquisitor; but are they walking right into a trap?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiJiE9sDedY

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