No, I meant Prowse. He was, for lack of a better word, a stuntman. Lucas never wanted Prowse for his acting abilities. He wanted him because of his side and strength. Prowse also assumed that he could do the sword fights, but watch "The Birth Of The Lightsaber" and compare him to Anderson. Prowse had trouble standing when it came to doing the harder parts of the fight. Or if he could stand, he could barely get the helmet to stay on. Obviously you've never seen "The Untouchables" or "Buffy The Vampire Slayer". Lesson the first is fitting, as it's based off those concepts. Do not presume to think that I'm trashing grammer. Ask before you assume that I'm trashing anything. If you've been following the boards long enough, then you'd know that I've used "Lesson the first" before. Never assume because...well, you know the rest.