Paul Blake Greedo Signed Star Wars photograph 8×10″ Han shot First
Authentic Paul Blake Greedo Signed Star Wars photograph 8×10″ Han shot First. Signed in blue marker reading: “Han shot first, Greedo, ANH 1977, Paul Blake”.
Paul Blake (born 1949) is an English actor. Most well-known for portraying Greedo in Star Wars. He also had minor roles in Some of My Best Friends Are… and Hennessy, as well as some roles in television series such as Down to Earth and Crossroads. Playing many roles in theatres both in the UK and abroad. Including the title role in Macbeth at Salisbury Playhouse, Charles Swann in the Glasgow Citizen’s Theatre production A Waste of Time (based on Proust’s A La Recherche du Temps Perdu) amongst many others.
Blake’s friend Anthony Daniels recommended him when Lucasfilm was seeking actors for the cantina scene.
Star Wars Greedo signed photo
Greedo Tetsu Jr. is a fictional character in the Star Wars franchise. A Rodian bounty hunter from the Tetsu Clan and worked for gangster Jabba the Hutt. Greedo’s Huttese language is based on Quechua, the Inca language. Appears in the first Star Wars film during a scene where he confronts and threatens Han Solo, only to be killed by Solo. The scene later altered so that Greedo also shoots at Han. Leading to the infamous fan controversy known as “Han shot first” with which the character has since come to be best-known.
Greedo portrayed in 1977 by Paul Blake autographs, as well as Maria De Aragon for some close-in pickup shots in 1977, while a younger version of him was played by Simon Rose and Oliver Walpole in a deleted scene from the 1999 prequel film Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. The character has made appearances in a few other pieces of Star Wars media. Including the 2008 animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars and the 2015 video game Star Wars Battlefront.
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