Robert Watts signed Sail barge photograph 8×10 Star Wars 4
Authentic Robert Watts signed Sail barge photograph 8×10 Star Wars 4. Signed in black marker and obtained during a private signing session in Sept 2021.
Genuine Robert Watts signed photo
Watts employed by producer Gary Kurtz as production supervisor on Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. Having met Kurtz several years earlier in Los Angeles. Watts then enjoyed a long collaboration with George Lucas and Lucasfilm. Working as associate producer on The Empire Strikes Back and co-producer on Return of the Jedi. And as associate producer on Raiders of the Lost Ark and producer on. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Also worked on other Steven Spielberg-presented productions including as producer on Who Framed Roger Rabbit and An American Tail. Fievel Goes West, and with Spielberg’s long-term producer Frank Marshall on Marshall’s second feature as director, Alive.
Star Wars signed photo Robert Watts
In the film “Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi”, The Khetanna was a luxury. 30-meter sail barge owned by Jabba the Hutt; that carried a massive transport of up to 500 passengers and 26 crew members. Complete with 3 decks; the Sail Barge was primarily used to transport passengers on extended trips across the dunes on the planet, Tatooine. Also, Most notably, the Sail Barge was the site of Jabba’s demise at the hands of Princess Leia Organa and her cohorts.
Lieutenant Blanaid Star Wars
Not only was Robert Watts autographs a producer. A production manager on A New Hope, an associate producer on The Empire Strikes Back. A co-producer on Return of the Jedi. Nevertheless, also played Lieutenant Blanaid in Return of the Jedi. Blanaid, also known as Watts a male human who served as an AT-ST driver in the Imperial Army. During the Galactic Civil War, he took part in the Empire’s struggle against the Rebel Alliance. At the Battle of Endor, Blanaid served under Major Newland aboard Tempest Scout 2, an All Terrain Scout Transport walker.