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Jedis and Indians! Live From the 'Navajo Star Wars' Premiere (Video)
Jorge Martin Melchor
The movie Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope may be more than 35 years old, but it got a new life July 3 when a version dubbed into the Navajo (or Dine') language premiered in Window...
Navajo 'Star Wars' Cast, Set for July 3 Premiere
Casting for the Navajo-language version of Star Wars has completed, and Navajo Nation Museum director Manuelito Wheeler is confident in the selections...
Navajo 'Star Wars' Casting Starts Tomorrow
On Friday, May 3, casting for the Navajo-dubbed version of Star Wars begins at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock, Arizona. The process will carry over into Saturday as well...