“As you wish!” (said in my best Jason Wingreen accent)
‘Tribute to Jason Wingreen, the Original Voice of Boba Fett’:-
www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4UYzn0KGM0 - a 26 second video from 2016, at the Boba Fett Fan Club youtube channel.
‘Star Wars | Boba Fett - All Scenes (Original Voice)’:-
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCdje_TOg_M - a 7 minute video from 2016, at the starwars 2149 youtube channel.
‘Every Boba Fett scene from the STAR WARS trilogy, as he was portrayed by Jeremy Bulloch and the late Jason Wingreen.’
‘Boba Fett Voice Comparison - Defending the Unaltered OT - A Discussion About Star Wars Consistency’:-
www.youtube.com/watch?v=41jxMmC-COk - a 5 minute video from 2020, at the The Corellian Connection youtube channel.
'Despite his mere total of 4 lines in the Empire Strikes Back, Bob Fett has become one of the most beloved characters in Star Wars; truly an icon. Fett was originally voiced by American actor Jason Wingreen. George Lucas later had Fett’s lines redubbed by New Zealand actor Temuera Morrison; the actor who played Jango Fett in Attack of the Clones.
While I understand why Lucas decided to make this change, and personally think Morrison would be the perfect cast for any cold blooded bounty hunter, I ultimately do not agree with it. While I do greatly prefer the aesthetic of Wingreen’s lines, I actually believe that the change does not make canonical sense.
In this video, I discuss why I think changing Fett’s voice from Wingreen to Morrison is both unnecessary and ultimately inconsistent with what we know about the Star Wars universe and real world accent development.’
‘Boba Fett’s ORIGINAL Backstory Before the Prequels | Star Wars Legends Lore’:-
www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ALIf0y3Etw - a 7 minute video from 2017, at the EckhartsLadder youtube channel.
'Before the Star Wars Prequels, and the revelation that Boba Fett is a clone of his father, Jango Fett, the Star Wars Legends Expanded Universe had a created backstory for the galaxy’s most famous bounty hunter.
Where did Boba Fett come from? Was he always intended to be a Mandalorian? Was he always a clone? Find out on today’s Star Wars Lore Episode which examines the Star Wars Tales of the Bounty Hunters Short Stories Collection.
Footage from the Star Wars original trilogy, Star Wars Attack of the Clones, and the Star Wars Holiday Special (lol).’
‘Jason Wingreen interview’:-
www.youtube.com/watch?v=cduiTn5J6J8 - a 4 minute video from 2012, at the Andy Luk youtube video.
RIP Jason Wingreen.