WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
Jubilant over his success in the movie The Empire Strikes Back, AT-AT heavy walker Unit 32 Bravo signed with famed Hollywood
agent Swifty Lazar. However, it quickly became apparent that 32 Bravo's film career was already on the rocks. Directors always
found an excuse to reject his screen tests: too tall; too slow; not sensitive enough. Unit 32 did manage to land one small part in the
film The Right Stuff as the Mercury-Atlas transport vehicle but after that, nothing.|
Despondent and with his finances dwindling, Unit 32 Bravo sought work in the construction industry as an earthmover. There he met and fell cabin over ground stabilization servos in love with a female mobile crane named Bertha. However, she callously rebuffed his clumsy advances in favor of a bull Caterpillar. With his motivators crushed, 32 Bravo signed on as cargo handler on a freighter bound for Africa. When last heard from, he was working in Kenya at the Oudora Elephant Preserve as Chief Herdsman.