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Jim Cummings Reads Darth Vader’s ‘Star Wars’ Lines As Winnie The Pooh

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Combined with David Prowse’s menacing stature, James Earl Jones’ booming bass brought Darth Vader to life as one of the baddest baddies to ever hit the silver screen. But what if, just what IF Darth Vader’s lines in Star Wars were read in a different voice, say that of Winnie the Pooh? Somehow, “You are a part of the Rebel Alliance and a traitor, take her AWAY!” just doesn’t have the same sting anymore. Oh, bother…. Watch the voice of Winnie, Jim Cummings take all of the wind out of Darth’s cape…

 

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