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Boba Fett (/ˌboʊbə ˈfɛt, ˌbɒ-/) is a fictitious person in the Star Wars establishment. First showing up in the Star Wars Holiday Special (1978), where he was voiced by Don Francks, he is a shielded abundance tracker highlighted in both the first and prequel film sets of three. In the first set of three, the person is a supporting bad guy and was chiefly depicted by Jeremy Bulloch and voiced by Jason Wingreen. Outstanding for his aloof attitude and for never eliminating his protective cap, Fett shows up in both The Empire Strikes Back (1980), utilized by the Galactic Empire, and Return of the Jedi (1983), serving the wrongdoing master Jabba the Hutt. While apparently killed in Return of the Jedi subsequent to falling into a sarlacc, he has since showed up in Star Wars media set after the film, affirming his endurance.
A youngster Boba is depicted by Daniel Logan in the prequel film Attack of the Clones (2002), which uncovers the person's beginnings as the hereditary clone and supportive child of Jango Fett, likewise a popular abundance tracker.

The person likewise shows up in many types of Star Wars media beyond the movies, like books, comics, TV series, and computer games, a large number of which portray him as a screw-up as opposed to a
bad guy, and investigate his experience, inspirations, and profound quality. Daniel Logan repeated his job as the more youthful form of Fett in the vivified series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, while Temuera Morrison, who likewise depicted Jango in Attack of the Clones, has depicted a grown-up Boba in the vast majority of his Star Wars appearances since that film,
most unmistakably in the true to life Disney+ series The Mandalorian and its side project series The Book of Boba Fett.

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