Star Wars: Rebels (2014– )
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Zero Hour: Part 1 

The rebels make their final preparations for the attack on Lothal, but Grand Admiral Thrawn threatens to undo all that they have built.

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Ezra Bridger (voice)
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Hera Syndulla (voice)
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Kanan Jarrus (voice)
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Zeb Orrelios / Commander Woldar / Rebel Officer (voice)
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Admiral Konstantine / Rebel Crewman / Rex (voice)
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Agent Kallus (voice)
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The Bendu (voice)
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Commander Sato (voice)
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General Dodonna (voice)
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Governor Pryce / Rebel Pilot #1 (voice)
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Green Leader (voice)
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Grand Moff Tarkin / Imperial Officer (voice)
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Mon Mothma (voice)
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Ryder Azadi / Rebel Pilot #2 (voice)
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Phoenix Squadron makes final preparations for an attack on Lothal, but their plans are destroyed when Grand Admiral Thrawn discovers their whereabouts. The rebels are trapped on Atollon and Hera and Kanan fight for the survival of the relay while Ezra tries to get help from an unknown source. Written by mtobar2002

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Veteran voice actor Michael Bell provides the voice for General Dodonna, whose character first appeared in the original Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977). Bell provided a voice for another rebel officer in that very film, namely that of Commander Willard. See more »

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The end is nigh
26 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Plot; As the Rebels prepare to mount an attack to free the planet of Lothal, Grand Admiral Thrawn intercepts their plans and mounts an offensive to destroy them before they can launch.

IMO, S3 of Rebels has been uneven, and even at its best, not up to the standard set in S2. There have been some solid episodes, but few standouts ("Through Imperial Eyes" and "Trials of the Darksaber" come to mind). In this first of a two-part finale, the series gets back to what it does best, even if it's still not quite the series at its best. The pieces are in place for a strong closer, and that could rectify many of S3's sins, because as the old saying goes, "It's not how you start, it's how you finish.".


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