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Mark Hamill pays tribute to actor Alfie Curtis

28 December 2017

During his career, Curtis also had roles in numerous TV shows such as The Bill and Lost Empires as well as the 1980 classic The Elephant Man.

He accompanied it with a amusing artwork of a sketch showing Fisher, who passed away suddenly past year, in robes and a crown, carrying her famous french bulldog, Gary Fisher, in one hand as she stuck up the middle finger of the other. While Luke was trying to purchase a beverage in the scene, he accidentally collided with a negative character called "Ponda Baba", forcing Evazan to interfere and then inform Luke that he was deemed to be so risky that he had a death sentence on 12 systems.

Mark Hamill, who played Luke, wrote a tribute to Curtis.

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His character threatens Luke Skywalker at Mos Eisley Cantina in the first film, saying, "I have the death sentence on 12 systems".

Born in Stepney, London in 1930, Curtis began acting since 1973, when he made his debut on the "Bowler" television series. Thanks, Alf- you'll be missed.

Fans reacted to the news of Curtis' passing via Twitter.

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When Hamill's Skywalker bumps into the character Ponda Baba in the fourth Star Wars installment, Curtis' character tells him that neither he nor his friend Baba like him.

"No one's ever really gone..." Wholly original, it left an indelible mark on pop culture.

Another Star Wars actor has passed.

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His cause of death has not been confirmed but was confirmed by the website Comic Book Star Wars.