Why did George Lucas name his dog Indiana?

Table of contents:

  1. Why did George Lucas name his dog Indiana?
  2. Do Ewoks eat humans?
  3. How do Ewoks kill Stormtroopers?
  4. Are Ewoks cute or creepy?
  5. What did stormtroopers eat?

Why did George Lucas name his dog Indiana?

This article is about George Lucas's dog. You may be looking for the character named after the dog, Indiana Jones. Indiana was an Alaskan Malamute owned by George Lucas in the 1970s. Indiana was the inspiration for the character of Chewbacca, and later became the source of Indiana Jones' name.

Do Ewoks eat humans?

As Ewoks are a carnivorous race that considers humanoid flesh a delicacy, they prepare fires in anticipation of eating Han, Luke and Chewbacca to absorb their power.

How do Ewoks kill Stormtroopers?

Stormtrooper armour is capable of shrugging off slugs capable of shredding through durasteel pod racers. Ewoks give zero care to this. They're physically strong enough to smash through and kill the trooper.

Are Ewoks cute or creepy?

Ewoks are not as cute and cuddly as many fans might think. A retired Stormtrooper recounts his terrifying experience on Endor in this Star Wars comic. As seen in Star Wars: Return on the Jedi, Ewoks are the indigenous tribal species of natives that live on the forest moon of Endor.

What did stormtroopers eat?

Stormtrooper rations were canned, self-warming rations issued to Imperial stormtroopers during their service to the Empire. The grayish, gooey substance was horribly bland, but it met the nutritional requirements of a typical stormtrooper.