J. W. Rinzler says “the audience cheered” when Yoda confronted Dooku in Attack of the Clones

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From J. W. Rinzler Blog:

“During a business trip to New York City a week later, I went to a movie theater to watch [Attack of the Clones] again. I wanted to see how people were reacting to it. During the climax, when tall Dooku turned to see who had dared enter his hideout—and saw small Yoda, who pulls out his lightsaber before launching into their peripatetic fight—the audience cheered.”


J. W. Rinzler used to be a writer and editor at Lucas Licensing. He wrote The Making of Star Wars Revenge of the SithThe Art of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the SithThe Making of Star Wars: The Definitive Story Behind the Original FilmThe Making of The Empire Strikes BackThe Making of Return of the Jedi, and also the comic mini-series The Star Wars and two episodes of The Clone Wars.

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4 thoughts on “J. W. Rinzler says “the audience cheered” when Yoda confronted Dooku in Attack of the Clones

  1. Yes people stood up and cheered when I watched it too. It was a great movie that the fans really enjoyed. Only small minded people change their opinions because they want to agree with the perceived majority.

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  2. Same here!!! Attack of the Clones is an Amazing movie and in my experience one of the most applauded movies when the credits start rolling Ever!!!!!

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