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The Dark Empire audio drama was a full cast audio adaption of Dark Horse Comics' Dark Empire comic book series. It was adapted by John Whitman from the source material by Tom Veitch. It was directed by Arthur G. Insana and featured parts of composer John Williams's classic score along with authentic stereo sound effects. The adaptation was originally released in the form of two cassettes in 1994 by Time Warner Audio Publishing, and later in the form of two CD-ROMs in 1997 by HighBridge Audio.
Six years after the Battle of Endor (from Return of the Jedi), the fight for freedom rages on. While Luke Skywalker delves deeper into the mysteries of the Force, Han Solo and Princess Leia, now married, struggle to protect their twin children from danger. Darth Vader is dead, but a reborn Empire—guided by a mysterious new leader—strikes back against the Rebel Alliance. But the Rebels discover that their greatest foe may be their closest friend: Luke Skywalker!
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Audioplay by: John Whitman
Music by: John Williams
Produced and directed by: Arthur G. Insana
- John Cygan as Luke Skywalker, Wedge Antilles and Darth Vader
- Joe Hacker as Han Solo, Boba Fett and Lo Khan
- Ann Patricio as Princess Leia and Mon Mothma
- Nick Jameson as Emperor Palpatine and Titus Klev
- Jim Ward as C-3PO
- Glynnis Talken as Salla Zend and Vima-Da-Boda
- Billy Dee Williams as Lando Calrissian
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