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Here's What Happens When Adults Lip-Sync Kids Acting Out a 'Star Wars' Scene

If you're not following BoredShortTV on YouTube, you're missing out on some great Kid Snippets videos. Basically the videos feature kids explaining various topics and then adults lip syncing and acting out what the children say. Topics range from a time machine, rope swing, marine biology and marriage proposals.

But now the page has journeyed into a galaxy far, far away with their short, Star Wars: The Rescue. The scene features Han, Luke, Princess Leia and Chewbacca in the famous escape from the Death Star scene in Star Wars Episode IV. Here's what the scene looks like as imagined by kids and acted out by adults.

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