"Star Wars" Female Fighter Pilots Cut From Final Films

Written by budiyanto on Tuesday, December 11, 2012 at 4:49 PM

The Rebel Alliance was an equal opportunity employer. Too bad the real men behind the movies weren't.

For decades, Princess Leia has operated in the Star Wars universe under the Smurfette Principle. As the only female in the main cast until Mon Mothma came around (Mara Jade notwithstanding), she was the only role model in the series for girls to emulate. Or so we thought.

Via: cinemasquid.com

Meet the three unnamed female fighter pilots from Return of the Jedi. Two of these ladies were released with the avalanche of extras on the Star Wars Blu-ray and were originally part of the Rebel Squadrons fighting in the Battle of Endor. Both of them were A-Wing pilots.

Via: starwarsaficionado.blogspot.com

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