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USA Today on the Return of the Clones on “Star Wars Rebels”

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USA Today is hosting an exclusive video on the return of Captain Rex and two more clone troopers in season 2 of Star Wars Rebels, set to return to Disney XD on October 14, 2015. The video encapsulates the history of the clones in the Star Wars saga starting with the prequel movies through Star Wars: The Clone Wars and now to Star Wars Rebels, with commentary provided by executive producer Dave Filoni and voice actor Dee Bradley Baker, who provides the voice of all the clones in both The Clone Wars and Rebels.

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