May 4, 2013 3:59 PM by Associated Press
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) - Fans of the "Star Wars" movie have flocked to the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock over the last two days for voice auditions.
The classic 1977 film that launched a science fiction empire and revealed the force within a farm boy who battles evil has been dubbed in Japanese, French, Spanish and about a dozen other languages. Now, Navajo is being added to the list.
Saturday is the last day for the auditions.
Teroy Teler showed up Friday. He told Albuquerque television station KOB-TV that he thought it was his chance to be a part of something iconic. Teller auditioned for the part of Luke Skywalker.
The Navajo version of "Star Wars" will be premiering at the July 4 fair in Window Rock.