Posted by Chris on June 4, 2013 at 09:34 AM CST
Each year, Ashley Eckstein hosts the popular Behind the Force show featuring Star Wars: The Clone Wars that takes place each and every Friday, Saturday & Sunday during Star Wars Weekends. Weekend #3 had a very special guest line up!

Slides shown prior to show:





Ashley Introduces Sam Witwer and James Arnold Taylor joins the party:




James Arnold Taylor introduces special guest Tom Wilson (Biff from Back to the Future!) who helped the gang with a live voice over performance:




During the show, fans were treated to a special video message from The Clone Wars supervising director Dave Filoni who introduced an awesome clip that was previously unreleased featuring Yoda trying to escape from Coruscant. There is a no recording policy in effect, so unfortunately we cannot provide this for you.
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