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Star Wars: The Clone Wars

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  • Director: Dave Filoni
  • Screenplay: various
  • Soundtrack: Kevin Kiner
  • Producer: Cary Silver
  • Release date: 10/03/2008
  • MPAA rating: G
  • BBFC rating: U

Star Wars: The Clone Wars is a CGI animated television series which continues from the animated movie of the same name. It is set during the time between Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith.

The Clone Wars was aired from October 2008 until March 2014. It was cancelled shortly after Disney acquired Lucasfilm and the Star Wars franchise. The final series was not broadcast on television, being made available through Netflix, and several undeveloped story arcs were adapted as part of the The Clone Wars Legacy series.


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