Tales from the Endor Woods

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Tales from the Endor Woods
Attribution information

Raymond Jafelice


Rick McCallum


Paul Dini

Music by

Marco D'Ambrosio

Production information

20th Century Fox Home Video


November 23, 2004

Chronological information

Rise of the Empire era

Tales from the Endor Woods is an animated film released on DVD in 2004. It is a feature-length compilation of the following Star Wars: Ewoks episodes: "Wicket's Wagon", "The Travelling Jindas", "To Save Deej", and "Asha". As with The Haunted Village, the episodes have all been re-scored and the original opening and closing titles are missing. Additionally, this film opens with a new narration by an older Wicket Wystri Warrick.


In 1997, eight episodes of the Star Wars: Ewoks animated series were edited together as two full length films. Episodes 2, 1, 3, and 9 were edited together to make The Haunted Village, and Episodes 10 ("Wicket's Wagon"), 5 ("The Travelling Jindas"), 4 ("To Save Deej"), and 13 ("Asha") were edited together to make Tales from the Endor Woods.[1][2] These compilation films were later released in several Region 4 countries, such as Brazil (the Brazilian edition was released in 2005 with the Region 1 and 4 Codes on the same disc) and Australia. The Haunted Village combines four loosely-related episodes into one story, while Tales from the Endor Woods connects four seemingly unrelated stories via a voiceover by Alex Lindsay (digital effects artist for The Phantom Menace)—intended to be an adult Wicket.[3] The original opening credits and theme song are not included as part of the films, and were replaced with simple credit sequences and new scores by Marco D'Ambrosio.


Ewoks double feature

The cover of the 2004 DVD release of Star Wars: Ewoks.

Tales from the Endor Woods was released on Region 1 DVD on November 23, 2004 under the title Star Wars Animated Adventures: Ewoks. It contained both The Haunted Village and Tales from the Endor Woods on a double-sided disc.[4]


By type 
Cast Crew


  • Jim Henshaw
  • Cree Summer Francks
  • Jackie Burroughs
  • Alyson Court
  • Taborah Johnson
  • George Buza
  • Don Francks
  • Eric Peterson
  • Doug Chamberlain
  • Don Hennessey
  • John Stocker
  • Paul Chato
  • Peter Blais
  • Alan Fawcett
  • Hadley Kay
  • Melleny Brown
  • Myra Fried
  • Joe Matheson
  • Leanne Coppen
  • Glori Gage
  • Don McManus
  • Rob Cowan
  • Pauline Gillis
  • Anthony Parr
  • Richard Donat
  • Marvin Goldhar
  • Diane Polley
  • Desmond Ellis
  • Nonnie Griffin
  • Pauline Rennie
  • Michael Fantini
  • Ron James
  • Alex Lindsay as Adult Wicket


  • Based on characters created by George Lucas
  • Music: Marco D'Ambrosio
  • Written by Paul Dini
  • Executive Producer: Miki Herman
  • Producers: Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert, Clive A. Smith
  • Supervising Producer: Lenora Hume
  • Directed by Raymond Jafelice
  • Unit Director: Dale Schott
  • Assistant Unit Director: Lawrence Jacobs
  • Animation Director: Charlie Bonifacio Wendy Perdue
  • Additional songs and Music: Taj Mahal and Inshira Mahal
  • Voice director: Rob Kirkpatrick
  • Recording Assistant: Susan Phillips
  • Casting Director: Arlene Berman
  • Casting assistant: Deborah Patz
  • Art Director: Julie Eberley
  • Design Co-Ordinator: Cathy Parkes
  • Background Styling: Peter Moehrle,Barry Atkinson
  • Production Design: Jim Craig, Cynthia Swift, Dave Quesnello, Shawn Sales
  • Storyboard Supervisor: Arna Selznick
  • Artists: Alan Bunce, Raymond Jafelice, Dave Cox, Roy Meurin, Sam Dixon, Dale Scholl
  • Assistants: Ted Ravn, Nicholas Campbell
  • Layout: Scott Bennett, Barbara Massey, Marie Carter, Armen Melkonian, Robert Cowan, Tom Nesbitt, Jeff Dickson, Howard Parkins, Richard Forgues, Bill Payne, John Hill, Brian Poehlman, Antonio Iacobelil, Debra Pugh, Chris Labonie, Anthony van Bruggen, Howard Lonn, John van Bruggen
  • Character Layout: Lil Andre, Bob Jaques, Willy Ashworth, Pat Knight, Ian Freedman, Mark Pudleiner, Michelle Houston, Allen Swerling, Dick Zondag
  • Special Effects Director: David Marshall
  • Special Effects Design: Trevor Davies, Jan Steel Moffatt, Alexis Wallrich, Peter Yamasaki
  • Animation Supervisor: Bill Perkins
  • Graphics: Kim Cleary
  • Color Design: Carol Barbour, Parker McIntyre, Glen Binmore, Eileen Middleton, Mary Eklund, Margaret Rol, Jan Leitch, Dana Orlando
  • Associate Producers: Paul Dini, Peter Saunder
  • Assistant Supervising Producer: Peter Hudecki
  • Unit Manager: Richard Pimm
  • Production Supervisor: Dale Cox
  • Production Co-Ordinators: Heather Walker, Judy Nelson
  • Production Manager: Karyn Booth-Chadwick
  • Production Assistants: Barabara Bjarnasan, Paul Hogarth, Steve Chadwick, Garth Roerick
  • Production Secretaries: Jay Folla, Nancy Shenton
  • Quality Control: Evelyn Baker, Rose Nangle, Brenda Kelly, Betty Oldham, Diana Lyle, Lisa Ratke, Rhyette Zazinski
  • Supervising Editor: Rob Kirkpatrick
  • Co-Ordinator: Steve Fraser
  • Supervising Editor Pre-Production: John Broughton
  • Editors: John Bakits, Gordon Kidd, Richard Bond, Paul McGowan, Peter Goodale, Michele Moses, Sheila Murray, Mac Holyoke, Philip Stilman, Stephen Hudecki, Keith Traver, Chris Hutton
  • Assistants: Dave Allman, Ian Jeans, Mike Bass, Al Maciulis, Peter Branton, Kathy Nicholaichuk, Stephanie Crawford, Mike Reid, Steve Fitch, Cindy Romanovich, Tim Griffin, Jamie Whitney, Eric Hurlbut
  • Additional Production at Wang Films Production Co LTD, Cuckoo's Nest Studios

Feature Edition:

  • Producer: Rick McCallum
  • Editor: Robin Lee
  • Main Title Sequence: Kirk Henderson
  • Assistant Editor: Mike Jackson
  • Music Editor: Robin Lee
  • Re-recording Mixer: Gary A. Rizzo
  • Machine Room Operator: Fred Clemons
  • Lucasfim LTD Archive: Tim Fox, Des Carey
  • A Nelvana Production for Lucasfilm Ltd.


Notes and referencesEdit

External linksEdit

Star Wars: Ewoks
Season One:
1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 · 10 · 11 · 12 · 13
Season Two:
1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 · 10 · 11 · 12 · 13 · 14 · 15 · 16 · 17 · 18 · 19 · 20 · 21 · 22
Feature-length stories:
Star Wars Animated Adventures: Ewoks
The Haunted Village · Tales from the Endor Woods
The Star Wars Saga
I: The Phantom Menace · II: Attack of the Clones · III: Revenge of the Sith
IV: A New Hope · V: The Empire Strikes Back · VI: Return of the Jedi
VII: The Force Awakens · VIII · IX
Anthology Series
Rogue One · Han Solo film · Untitled film
Spin-off films
The Clone Wars · Rebels: Spark of Rebellion · Rebels: The Siege of Lothal
The Holiday Special · Caravan of Courage · The Battle for Endor
The Great Heep · The Haunted Village · The Pirates and the Prince
Tales from the Endor Woods · Treasure of the Hidden Planet
Television series
The Clone Wars · Rebels
Droids · Ewoks · Clone Wars
Detours · Underworld
Other media
Audio dramas · Books · Comics · Games · Star Tours I, II · Fan films
Shadows of the Empire · Clone Wars · The Force Unleashed · The Old Republic
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