Welcome to Part 2 of our nostalgic look back at the Star Wars Christmas album, Christmas in the Stars! Today, we’re featuring on the blog one of the all-time classics, What Can You Get a Wookiee for Christmas (When He Already Owns a Comb)? Sung by the robots at the workshop were droids work to put together gifts for the inscrutably named “S. Claus.”
Star Wars Fun FactSurprising or little known Star Wars tidbits, sometimes related to today’s Force Feature.
Did you know? According to Wikipedia, “The majority of the album’s original songs were written by Maury Yeston, a Yale University music professor who went on to become a Tony Award-winning Broadway musical composer.” Specifically, Nine in 1982, and Titanic in 1997, both of which won Tony Awards for best musical and best score. And Christmas in the Stars on that resume, too!
Life on “Tweet”-ooineA featured dispatch from the Star Wars Twitterverse!
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Star Wars Swag BagSo many fun, quirky, and awesome ways to bring Star Wars into your daily life!
Trivia Time!Test your knowledge of the Star Wars universe!
Yesterday’s answer: Luke
Today’s question: What planet caused Luke to remark, “There’s something familiar about this place”?