Dooku in WW2

Discussion in 'Star Wars Community' started by DarthKano, Jan 13, 2003.

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  1. DarthKano Jedi Master

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    I read somewhere that Christopher Lee fought in WW2, that's cool, he was a Flight Lieutinant of the Royal Air Force, so he fought in WW2 and the Clone Wars.
  2. JediMasterGuff Jedi Grand Master

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    A lot of people fought in the War, almost every man in UK, USA, France, Germany to name a few, Actors are no different.

    My papa fought in the war, isn't that facinating.?
  3. Darth-Horax Force Ghost

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    Ah, but did he use a lightsaber?
  4. Bib Fortuna Twi'lek Jedi Youngling

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    Most men his age fought in WW2. It's nothing special.
  5. KenKenobi Force Ghost

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    Bib Fortuna: Actually, it is a very special thing. Serving in the military and protecting world justice is a very special thing. :)
  6. DamonD Manager Emeritus

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  7. DarthKano Jedi Master

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  8. Emperor_Billy_Bob Chosen One

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    Bib Fortuna, Twilek = shot down.
  9. JediMasterGuff Jedi Grand Master

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    I think Bib meant that it was not any different of Christopher Lee being in the army than Captain #327. Everyone who foguht in the war is special. But Christopher Lee is no special tha any others. Bib Didn't mean fighting in the War wasn't special.
  10. KenKenobi Force Ghost

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    Guff: I know, but stating doesn't mean you have to say he's not any more special than anyone else- he is in the sense that he is a piece of Star Wars history. Stating that Dooku fought in the Clone Wars and, IRL, fought in WW2. *shrugs* ;)
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