Hutt (Star Wars)
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The Hutts are a fictional alien race in the Star Wars universe. They appear in The Phantom Menace, Return of the Jedi and The Clone Wars, as well as the special edition release of A New Hope. They also appear in other works in the Star Wars expanded universe.
Concept and creationEdit
Portrayal in the Star Wars universeEdit
In the Star Wars filmsEdit
A Hutt appears in the film Return of the Jedi. Jabba the Hutt is a crimelord that keeps an imprisoned Han Solo as a trophy. In the Special Edition of A New Hope, Jabba appears in a deleted scene that was re-included in the Special Edition of the film. In The Phantom Menace, Jabba appears alongside another Hutt. 
Adult Hutts are similar to shellless gastropods in appearance and movement. In the novelization of Return of the Jedi, it is mentioned that Hutts are born bipedal, but their "rump legs" fused together over time due to lack of movement. Hutts are extremely long-lived and reproduce asexually, nursing their young in pouches like those of marsupials. All members of the species are hermaphroditic.
Hutt Space is a "special autonomous region" of the Star Wars galaxy on the border between the Mid Rim and the Outer Rim Territories, and located to the galactic east of the Core Worlds. It encompassed the Si'Klaata Cluster, bordered on the Tion Hegemony, and consisted of a thousand inhabited worlds. Hutt Space was named for the Hutt species, who dominated the region.
Hutt Space remain freed of Imperial rule owing to its trade of wealth, influence and cooperation with the authorities on Imperial Coruscant. Noted as being a haven of corruption, piracy, and home to the disreputable elements of the galaxy, the Galactic Empire considered Hutt Space an "open festering wound" carved across Imperial space.
The Hutt Cartel was a loose confederation of criminal families, mercenary elements, and front organizations. The Hutt Cartel were financially invested in every illicit enterprise in the Outer Rim; engaged in spice smuggling, slavery, gambling, extortion, and bounty hunting. The nature of this consortium prohibited any strong central authority.
Hutts live on the planet Nal Hutta—"Glorious Jewel" in Huttese. Nal Hutta is the capital of Hutt Space, the species' empire. The primary moon of Nal Hutta is Nar Shaddaa. Before the establishment of the Old Republic, the Hutts were the dominant species in the galaxy, although they never built up an extensive empire; their dominance focused instead on trade and economic empires.
Grand Hutt CouncilEdit
The Grand Hutt Council is the de facto ruling body of the Hutt species, and by extension, the highest authority in all of Hutt-controlled space. The Council was composed of the most influential and high-profile Hutt leaders, its members were responsible for the day-to-day affairs of Hutt Space. When dealing with a foreign power, they elect one of their own to act as 'Head of State'. Despite pretense of legitimacy, its kleptocratic-"government" reflected the corrupt nature of its enterprises, bring prone to instability as hutt families engaged in endless shadow wars against their rivals.
The Hutts' native language, Huttese, is a lingua franca of galactic organized crime.
The language is a constructed language, with many distorted English words, most having the same syllables as the English. Its phonology is said to be based on the Quechua language. Non-Hutts also speak Huttese, including the Max Rebo Band, Bib Fortuna, and C-3PO.
Due to his large stature and unusual look, Jabba and the Hutts has been parodied many times.
- Pizza the Hutt, an "half man, half pizza" character from the film Spaceballs, is a parody of the Hutts which appear in Star Wars, as well as the famous Pizza Hut restaurants. In the film, the character Lone Star owes him, just like Han Solo does in Star Wars, but he is not killed by the protagonists, as he, while in his locked limousine, self-eats himself.
- "Jabba the Hutt | StarWars.com" 
- Crit Minster, Paula Newton, and Ricardo Segreda, Viva Travel Guide to Peru: Exploring Machu Picchu, Cusco, the Inca Trail, Arequipa, Lake Titicaca, Lima and Beyond (Viva Travel Guide to Peru: Exploring Machu Picchu, Cusco, the Inca Trail, Arequipa, Lake Titicaca, Lima and Beyond), 26.