TV Movie | TV-G | | Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Wicket the Ewok and his friends agree to help two shipwrecked human children, Mace and Cindel, on a quest to find their parents.
The film was shot entirely in Marin County, home of Skywalker Ranch. Much of the action was shot in a public parkland called Roy's Redwoods, which contains 300-year-old sequoias, the oldest in the area.
A rock? These little bears are nuts
When Cindel is telling Wicket about the crash of her spaceship, the ferret they are playing with disappears and reappears between shots.
Comparing the original VHS release (which is presumably what originally aired on television) to the 2004 DVD release (a double feature with "Ewoks: Battle for Endor"), the following changes are noted:
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