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Under the new system, the project met the studio's deadline. During production, the cast attempted to make Lucas laugh or smile, as he often appeared depressed.
At one point, the project became so demanding that Lucas was diagnosed with hypertension and exhaustion and was warned to reduce his stress level.
Moreover, Mark Hamill 's car accident left his face visibly scarred, which restricted re-shoots. Star Wars was originally slated for release on Christmas ; however, its production delays pushed the film's release to mid When Lucas watched Jympson's rough cut for the first time, he disliked what he saw.
Rinzler wrote that "Jympson's selection of takes was questionable, and he seemed to be having trouble doing match-cuts. He commented: "Unfortunately it didn't work out.
It's very hard when you are hiring people to know if they are going to mesh with you and if you are going to get what you want. In the end, I don't think he fully understood the movie and what I was trying to do.
I shoot in a very peculiar way, in a documentary style, and it takes a lot of hard editing to make it work.
Richard Chew considered the film to have been cut in a slow, by-the-book manner: scenes were played out in master shots that flowed into close-up coverage.
He found that the pace was dictated by the actors instead of the cuts. Hirsch and Chew worked on two reels simultaneously. Jympson's original assembly contained a large amount of footage which differed from the final cut of the film, including several alternate takes and a number of scenes which were subsequently deleted to improve the narrative pace.
The most significant material cut was a series of scenes from the first part of the film which introduced Luke Skywalker.
These early scenes, set in Anchorhead on the planet Tatooine, presented the audience with Luke's everyday life among his friends as it is affected by the space battle above the planet; they also introduced the character of Biggs Darklighter , Luke's closest friend who departs to join the rebellion.
There were too many story lines to keep straight: the robots and the Princess, Vader, Luke. So we simplified it by taking out Luke and Biggs.
As a result, the film was more "leisurely paced". After viewing a rough cut, Alan Ladd likened the early Anchorhead scenes to " American Graffiti in outer space.
The company had spent half of its budget on four shots that Lucas deemed unacceptable. Lucas inspired ILM by editing together aerial dogfights from old war films, which enhanced the pacing of the scenes.
During the chaos of production and post-production, the team made decisions about character voicing and sound effects. Sound designer Ben Burtt had created a library of sounds that Lucas referred to as an "organic soundtrack.
The lightsaber sound effect was developed by Burtt as a combination of the hum of idling interlock motors in aged movie projectors and interference caused by a television set on a shieldless microphone.
Burtt discovered the latter accidentally as he was looking for a buzzing, sparking sound to add to the projector-motor hum.
Lucas and Burtt created the robotic voice of R2-D2 by filtering their voices through an electronic synthesizer. Darth Vader's breathing was achieved by Burtt breathing through the mask of a scuba regulator implanted with a microphone,  which began the idea of Vader having been a burn-victim, which was not the case during production.
In February , Lucas screened an early cut of the film for Fox executives, several director friends, along with Roy Thomas and Howard Chaykin of Marvel Comics who were preparing a Star Wars comic book.
The cut had a different crawl from the finished version and used Prowse's voice for Darth Vader. It also lacked most special effects; hand-drawn arrows took the place of blaster beams, and when the Millennium Falcon fought TIE fighters , the film cut to footage of World War II dogfights.
Spielberg, who said he was the only person in the audience to have enjoyed the film, believed that the lack of enthusiasm was due to the absence of finished special effects.
Lucas later said that the group was honest and seemed bemused by the film. In contrast, Ladd and the other studio executives loved the film; Gareth Wigan told Lucas: "This is the greatest film I've ever seen" and cried during the screening.
Lucas found the experience shocking and rewarding, having never gained any approval from studio executives before.
Lucas had to write around a scene featuring a human Jabba the Hutt, which was scrapped due to not being in focus. Lucas would later claim he wanted to superimpose a stop-motion creature over the actor - which he did in the Special Edition with a computer-generated version of Jabba.
On the recommendation of his friend Steven Spielberg , George Lucas hired composer John Williams. Williams had worked with Spielberg on the film Jaws , for which he won an Academy Award.
Lucas originally hired Williams to consult on music editing choices and to compose the source music for the music, telling Williams that he intends to use extant music.
Therefore, Lucas assembled his favorite orchestral pieces for the soundtrack, until Williams convinced him that an original score would be unique and more unified, having viewed Lucas' music choices as a temp track.
However, a few of Williams' eventual pieces were influenced by the temp track: the "Main Title Theme" was inspired by the theme from the film Kings Row , scored by Erich Wolfgang Korngold ;  and the track "Dune Sea of Tatooine" drew from the soundtrack of Bicycle Thieves , scored by Alessandro Cicognini.
Lucas would later deny having ever conceived using extant music for the film. In March , Williams conducted the London Symphony Orchestra to record the Star Wars soundtrack in 12 days.
The American Film Institute 's list of best film scores ranks the Star Wars soundtrack at number one. According to George Lucas , different concepts of the film were inspired by numerous sources, such as Beowulf and King Arthur for the origins of myth and religion.
The influence of The Hidden Fortress can be seen in the relationship between C-3PO and R2-D2, which evolved from the two bickering peasants, Tahei and Matashichi, and a Japanese family crest seen in the earlier film is similar to the Imperial Crest.
Star Wars also borrows heavily from another Kurosawa film, Yojimbo There are also thematic parallels, including the freedom fight by a rebel army against an empire, and politicians who meddle behind the scenes.
Tatooine is similar to the desert planet of Arrakis from Frank Herbert 's Dune series. Arrakis is the only known source of a longevity spice ; Star Wars makes references to spice in "the spice mines of Kessel", and a spice freighter.
Other similarities include those between Princess Leia and Princess Alia, and Jedi mind tricks and "The Voice", a controlling ability used by the Bene Gesserit.
In passing, Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru are "moisture farmers"; in Dune , dew collectors are used by Fremen to "provide a small but reliable source of water.
The Death Star assault scene was modeled after the World War II film The Dam Busters , in which Royal Air Force Lancaster bombers fly along heavily defended reservoirs and aim bouncing bombs at dams, in order to cripple the heavy industry of Germany's Ruhr region.
In addition, the sequence was partially inspired by the climax of the film Squadron , directed by Walter Grauman ,  in which RAF de Havilland Mosquitos attack a German heavy water plant by flying down a narrow fjord to drop special bombs at a precise point, while avoiding anti-aircraft guns and German fighters.
Clips from both films were included in Lucas's temporary dogfight footage version of the sequence. The opening shot of Star Wars , in which a detailed spaceship fills the screen overhead, is a reference to the scene introducing the interplanetary spacecraft Discovery One in Stanley Kubrick 's seminal film A Space Odyssey.
The earlier big-budget science fiction film influenced the look of Star Wars in many other ways, including the use of EVA pods and hexagonal corridors.
The Death Star has a docking bay reminiscent of the one on the orbiting space station in While the film was in production, a logo was commissioned from Dan Perri , a title sequence designer who had worked on the titles for films such as The Exorcist and Taxi Driver Perri devised a foreshortened STAR WARS logotype consisting of block-capital letters filled with stars and skewed towards a vanishing point.
This logo design was originally conceived to follow the same perspective as the film's opening crawl. In the end, Perri's logo was not used for the film's opening title sequence, although it was used widely on pre-release print advertising and on cinema marquees.
The logotype eventually selected for on-screen use originated in a promotional brochure that was distributed by Fox to cinema owners in This brochure was designed by Suzy Rice , a young art director at the Los Angeles advertising agency Seiniger Advertising.
On a visit to ILM in Van Nuys, Rice was instructed by Lucas to produce a logo that would intimidate the viewer, and he reportedly asked for the logo to appear "very fascist " in style.
Rice's response to her brief was to use an outlined, modified Helvetica Black. After some feedback from Lucas, Rice decided to join the S and T of STAR and the R and S of WARS.
Lucas signed off on the brochure in between takes while filming inserts for the Mos Eisley Cantina scene. Gary Kurtz was impressed with Rice's logo and selected it over Perri's design for the film's opening titles, after modifying the letter W to flatten the pointed tips originally designed by Rice.
This finalized the design of one of the most recognizable logos in cinema design, although Rice's contribution was not credited in the film.
For the US release in , 20th Century-Fox commissioned a promotional film poster from the advertising agency Smolen, Smith and Connolly.
They used the freelance artist Tom Jung who was given the brief of "good over evil. Some Fox executives considered this poster "too dark" and commissioned the Brothers Hildebrandt , a pair of well-known fantasy artists , to rework the poster for the UK release.
Fox and Lucasfilm subsequently decided that they wanted to promote the new film with a less stylized and more realistic depiction of the lead characters.
Producer Gary Kurtz turned to the film poster artist Tom Chantrell , who was already well known for his prolific work for Hammer horror films , and commissioned a new version.
Charles Lippincott was the marketing director for Star Wars. As 20th Century-Fox gave little support for marketing beyond licensing T-shirts and posters, Lippincott was forced to look elsewhere.
He secured deals with Marvel Comics for a comic book adaptation, and with Del Rey Books for a novelization. A fan of science fiction, he used his contacts to promote the film at the San Diego Comic-Con and elsewhere within science-fiction fandom.
While initially being released only in a limited theatrical run, Star Wars was an unprecedented success for 20th Century-Fox, soon becoming a blockbuster hit and expanding to a much wider release.
It would eventually see many theatrical and home video re-releases. Worried that Star Wars would be beaten out by other summer films, such as Smokey and the Bandit , 20th Century-Fox moved the release date to May 25, the Wednesday before Memorial Day.
However, fewer than 40 theaters ordered the film to be shown. In response, the studio demanded that theaters order Star Wars if they wanted the eagerly anticipated The Other Side of Midnight based on Sidney Sheldon 's novel by the same name.
Star Wars debuted on Wednesday, May 25, , in fewer than 32 theaters, and eight more on Thursday and Friday. Kurtz said in , "That would be laughable today.
After visiting the set of the Steven Spielberg film Close Encounters of the Third Kind , Lucas was sure Close Encounters would outperform the yet-to-be-released Star Wars at the box office.
Spielberg disagreed, and believed Star Wars would be the bigger hit. Lucas proposed they trade 2. While Fox requested Mann's Chinese Theatre , the studio promised that the film needed only two weeks.
Having forgotten that the film would open that day,  he spent most of Wednesday in a sound studio in Los Angeles.
When Lucas went out for lunch with Marcia, they encountered a long line of people along the sidewalks leading to Mann's Chinese Theatre, waiting to see Star Wars.
While in Hawaii, it was not until he watched Walter Cronkite discuss the gigantic crowds for Star Wars on the CBS Evening News that Lucas realized he had become very wealthy.
Francis Ford Coppola , who needed money to finish Apocalypse Now , sent a telegram to Lucas's hotel asking for funding. The film was a huge success for 20th Century-Fox, and was credited for reinvigorating the company.
Within three weeks of the film's release, the studio's stock price had doubled to a record high. After the screening, the audience was silent, leading him to fear that the film would be unsuccessful.
Ladd was reassured by his local contacts that this was a positive reaction considering that in Japan, silence was the greatest honor to a film, and the subsequent strong box office returns confirmed its popularity.
After two weeks William Friedkin 's Sorcerer replaced Star Wars at Mann's Chinese Theatre because of contractual obligations; Mann Theatres moved the film to a less-prestigious location after quickly renovating it.
News reports of the film's popularity in America caused long lines to form at the two London theaters that first offered the film; it became available in 12 large cities in January , and other London theaters in February.
Star Wars was re-released theatrically in , , and ,  with the subtitle Episode IV — A New Hope being added in The film was digitally remastered with some altered scenes in for a theatrical rerelease, dubbed the "Special Edition.
In , Lucas announced that all six previously released Star Wars films would be scanned and transferred to 3D for a theatrical release, but only 3D versions of the prequel trilogy were completed before the franchise was sold to Disney in The texts Episode IV and A New Hope were first published on a title page for the film's script in the book The Art of Star Wars , [b] in what Kaminski calls "outright forgery", remarking that "the script itself wasn't even the authentic revised fourth draft, but more like a transcription of the finished film, edited and combined with the real fourth draft.
The retronymic inclusion of subtitles brought the film into line with the introduction to its sequel, The Empire Strikes Back , which was reconcieved during rewrites as "Episode V" and eventually released as such in After ILM used computer-generated effects for Steven Spielberg's film Jurassic Park , Lucas decided that digital technology had caught up to his "original vision" for Star Wars.
This version of the film runs minutes. The Special Edition contains visual shots and scenes that were unachievable in the original release due to financial, technological, and time constraints; one such scene involves a meeting between Han Solo and Jabba the Hutt.
Star Wars required extensive recovery of misplaced footage and restoration of the whole film before Lucas's Special Edition modifications could be attempted.
It was discovered that in addition to the negative motion picture stocks commonly used on feature films, Lucas had also used Color Reversal Internegative CRI film, a reversal stock subsequently discontinued by Kodak.
CRI proved to deteriorate faster than negative stocks did, although it theoretically was of higher quality, as it saved two generations an interpositive followed by an internegative , where employed.
Because of this, the entire composited negative had to be disassembled, and the CRI portions cleaned separately from the negative portions.
Once the cleaning was complete, the film was scanned into the computer for restoration. In many cases, entire scenes had to be reconstructed from their individual elements.
Digital compositing technology allowed the restorers to correct for problems such as misalignment of mattes and "blue-spill.
In , the theatrical version of Star Wars was selected for preservation by the National Film Registry of the United States Library of Congress.
By , this copy had been transferred to a 2K scan, now available to be viewed by appointment. In the United States, France, West Germany, Italy and Japan, parts of or the whole film were released on Super 8.
The final issue of the original theatrical release pre-Special Edition to VHS format occurred in , as part of "Last Chance to Own the Original" campaign, available as part of a trilogy set and as a standalone purchase.
The films were digitally restored and remastered, and more changes were made by Lucas. The DVD features a commentary track from Lucas, Ben Burtt, Dennis Muren, and Carrie Fisher.
The bonus disc contains the documentary Empire of Dreams: The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy , three featurettes, teasers, theatrical trailers, TV spots, still galleries, an exclusive preview of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith , a playable Xbox demo of the LucasArts game Star Wars: Battlefront , and a making-of documentary on the Episode III video game.
The trilogy was re-released on separate two-disc limited edition DVD sets from September 12 to December 31, , and again in a limited edition tin box set on November 4, ;  the original versions of the films were added as bonus material.
The release was met with criticism as the unaltered versions were from the non- anamorphic LaserDisc masters and were not re-transferred using modern video standards.
The transfer led to problems with colors and digital image jarring. All six Star Wars films were released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment on Blu-ray Disc on September 16, in three different editions, with A New Hope available in both a box set of the original trilogy   and with all six films on Star Wars: The Complete Saga , which includes nine discs and over 40 hours of special features.
New changes were made to the films, provoking mixed responses. On April 7, , Walt Disney Studios , 20th Century Fox, and Lucasfilm jointly announced the digital releases of the six released Star Wars films.
Fox released A New Hope for digital download on April 10, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment reissued the film on Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download on September 22, Star Wars remains one of the most financially successful films of all time.
Per Variety 's weekly box office charts, the film was number one at the US box office for its first three weeks.
On July 21, while still in current release in 38 theaters in the U. The film was met with critical acclaim upon its release. In his review, Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times called the film "an out-of-body experience," compared its special effects to those of A Space Odyssey , and opined that the true strength of the film was its "pure narrative.
Murphy of Variety described the film as "magnificent" and said George Lucas had succeeded in his attempt to create the "biggest possible adventure fantasy" based on the serials and older action epics from his childhood.
When Star Wars opened in the UK, stating that Lucas's earlier films were better, Derek Malcolm of The Guardian concluded that it "plays enough games to satisfy the most sophisticated.
The film continues to receive critical acclaim from modern critics. Its consensus states in summary, "A legendarily expansive and ambitious start to the sci-fi saga, George Lucas opened our eyes to the possibilities of blockbuster filmmaking and things have never been the same.
Gene Siskel , writing for the Chicago Tribune in , said, "What places it a sizable cut above the routine is its spectacular visual effects, the best since Stanley Kubrick 's I doubt that anyone will ever match it, though the imitations must already be on the drawing boards.
The film garnered numerous accolades after its release. Star Wars won six competitive Academy Awards at the 50th Academy Awards : Best Art Direction , Best Costume Design , Best Film Editing , Best Original Score , Best Sound and Best Visual Effects.
A Special Achievement for Sound Effects Editing went to sound designer Ben Burtt  and a Scientific and Engineering Award went to John Dykstra for the development of the Dykstraflex Camera shared with Alvah J.
Miller and Jerry Jeffress, who were both granted for the engineering of the Electronic Motion Control System. The film also received twelve nominations at the Saturn Awards , winning nine: Best Science Fiction Film , Best Direction and Best Writing for George Lucas, Best Supporting Actor for Alec Guinness, Best Music for John Williams, Best Costume for John Mollo, Best Make-up for Rick Baker and Stuart Freeborn , Best Special Effects for John Dykstra and John Stears, and Outstanding Editing for Paul Hirsch, Marcia Lucas and Richard Chew.
Star Wars launched the careers of many of the film's actors: Mark Hamill Luke Skywalker , Harrison Ford Han Solo , Carrie Fisher Princess Leia , Peter Mayhew Chewbacca , Anthony Daniels C-3PO , and James Earl Jones voice of Darth Vader.
The film has spawned a series of films consisting of three trilogies including the original film , anthology films and an extensive media franchise called the Star Wars expanded universe including books , television series, computer and video games , and comic books.
The original Star Wars trilogy is considered one of the best film trilogies in history. The film also spawned the Star Wars Holiday Special , which debuted on CBS on November 17, and is often considered a failure; Lucas himself disowned it.
However, many bootleg copies exist, and the special has consequently become something of an underground legend. A radio drama adaptation of the film was broadcast on the American National Public Radio network in The adaptation was written by Brian Daley and directed by John Madden , and was produced with cooperation from George Lucas , who donated the rights to NPR.
John Williams's music and Ben Burtt's sound design were retained for the show, and Mark Hamill Luke Skywalker and Anthony Daniels C-3PO reprised their roles.
It also featured scenes not seen in the final cut of the film, such as Luke Skywalker's observation of the space battle above Tatooine through binoculars, a skyhopper race, and Darth Vader's interrogation of Princess Leia.
The radio version was originally considered to be part of the official Star Wars canon ,   but has since been supplanted by revised canonical narratives.
Star Wars and its ensuing film installments have been explicitly referenced and satirized across a wide range of media.
Hardware Wars , released in , was one of the first fan films to parody Star Wars. Contemporary animated comedy TV series Family Guy ,  Robot Chicken ,  and The Simpsons  have produced episodes satirizing the film series.
Star Wars , together with Lucas, is the subject of the documentary film The People vs. George Lucas that details the issues of filmmaking and fanaticism pertaining to the film franchise and its creator.
The iconic weapon of choice of the Jedi , the lightsaber , was voted as the most popular weapon in film history in a survey of approximately 2, film fans.
Approximately mailboxes across the country were also designed to look like R2-D2. Film critic Roger Ebert wrote in his book The Great Movies , "Like The Birth of a Nation and Citizen Kane , Star Wars was a technical watershed that influenced many of the movies that came after.
The film was one of the first films to link genres together to invent a new, high-concept genre for filmmakers to build upon.
Filmmakers who have said to have been influenced by Star Wars include James Cameron , J. Abrams , Damon Lindelof , Dean Devlin , Gareth Edwards ,  Roland Emmerich , John Lasseter ,  David Fincher , Peter Jackson , Joss Whedon , Christopher Nolan , Ridley Scott , John Singleton , and Kevin Smith.
Jackson used the concept for his production of The Lord of the Rings trilogy to add a sense of realism and believability.
Some critics have blamed Star Wars , as well as Jaws , for ruining Hollywood by shifting its focus from "sophisticated" films such as The Godfather , Taxi Driver , and Annie Hall to films about spectacle and juvenile fantasy.
They marched backward through the looking-glass. In its May 30, issue, the film's year of release, Time magazine named Star Wars the "Movie of the Year.
In an article intended for the cover of the issue, Time ' s Gerald Clarke wrote that Star Wars is "a grand and glorious film that may well be the smash hit of , and certainly is the best movie of the year so far.
The result is a remarkable confection: a subliminal history of the movies, wrapped in a riveting tale of suspense and adventure, ornamented with some of the most ingenious special effects ever contrived for film.
American Film Institute . Star Wars was voted the second most popular film by Americans in a nationwide poll conducted by the market research firm, Harris Interactive.
Reputable publications also have included Star Wars in their best films lists: in , Empire magazine ranked Star Wars at No.
Lucas's original screenplay was selected by the Writers Guild of America as the 68th greatest of all time. In addition to the film's multiple awards and nominations, Star Wars has also been recognized by the American Film Institute on several of its lists.
The film ranks first on Years of Film Scores ,  second on Top 10 Sci-Fi Films ,  15th on Years Little Star Wars merchandise was available for several months after the film's debut, as only Kenner Products had accepted marketing director Charles Lippincott's licensing offers.
Kenner responded to the sudden demand for toys by selling boxed vouchers in its "empty box" Christmas campaign.
Television commercials told children and parents that vouchers within a "Star Wars Early Bird Certificate Package" could be redeemed for four action figures between February and June The novelization of the film was published as Star Wars: From the Adventures of Luke Skywalker in December , six months before the film was released.
The credited author was George Lucas, but the book was revealed to have been ghostwritten by Alan Dean Foster. Marketing director Charles Lippincott secured the deal with Del Rey Books to publish the novelization in November By February , a half million copies had been sold.
Marvel Comics also adapted the film as the first six issues of its licensed Star Wars comic book , with the first issue sold in April Roy Thomas was the writer and Howard Chaykin was the artist of the adaptation.
Like the novelization, it contained certain elements, such as the scene with Luke and Biggs, that appeared in the screenplay but not in the finished film.
Lucasfilm adapted the story for a children's book-and-record set. Each page of the book contained a cropped frame from the movie with an abridged and condensed version of the story.
The record was produced by Buena Vista Records , and its content was copyrighted by Black Falcon, Ltd. The recording was produced by George Lucas and Alan Livingston, and was narrated by Roscoe Lee Browne.
The script was adapted by E. Jack Kaplan and Cheryl Gard. An audio CD boxed set of the Star Wars radio series was released in , containing the original radio drama along with the radio adaptations of the sequels, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.
A sequel, The Empire Strikes Back , was released in In , the final installment of the trilogy, Return of the Jedi , was released. A prequel trilogy was released between and , and following Disney's acquisition of Lucasfilm, a sequel trilogy was released between and Spin-off films Rogue One and Solo: A Star Wars Story are set before and explore the backstory to the original film.
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He was eligible for either of the two roles: Chewbacca or Darth Vader. He chose the former because he wanted to play a hero; English actor David Prowse took the other.
It's the flotsam and jetsam from the period when I was twelve years old. All the books and films and comics that I liked when I was a child.
The plot is simple—good against evil—and the film is designed to be all the fun things and fantasy things I remember. The word for this movie is fun.
Star Wars has no points of reference to Earth time or space, with which we are familiar, and it is not about the future but some galactic past or some extra-temporal present, it is a decidedly inhabited and used place where the hardware is taken for granted.
See also: List of Star Wars filming locations. Main article: Star Wars soundtrack. See also: Star Wars sources and analogues. War films such as The Dam Busters and Squadron , which used aircraft like the Avro Lancaster top and the Mosquito bottom , respectively, were inspirations for the battle sequences.
On opening day I I said, 'You know a lot about the film. See also: Changes in Star Wars re-releases. What makes the Star Wars experience unique, though, is that it happens on such an innocent and often funny level.
It's usually violence that draws me so deeply into a movie—violence ranging from the psychological torment of a Bergman character to the mindless crunch of a shark's jaws.
Maybe movies that scare us find the most direct route to our imaginations. But there's hardly any violence at all in Star Wars and even then it's presented as essentially bloodless swashbuckling.
Instead, there's entertainment so direct and simple that all of the complications of the modern movie seem to vaporize.
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The price of such tinkering? The Falcon can be unpredictable, with her hyperdrive particularly balky.
But the Emperor and Imperial officers like Grand Moff Tarkin underestimated the tenacity of the Rebel Alliance, who refused to bow to this technological terror….
The X-wing is a versatile Rebel Alliance starfighter that balances speed with firepower. Armed with four laser cannons and two proton torpedo launchers, the X-wing can take on anything the Empire throws at it.
Nimble engines give the X-wing an edge during dogfights, and it can make long-range jumps with its hyperdrive and its astromech droid co-pilot.
Luke Skywalker is famous for destroying the Death Star behind the controls of an X-wing. Peek behind the curtain of the most innovative film franchise of all time with exclusive video documentaries, image galleries and more.
Star Wars creator George Lucas, actor Mark Hamill, and sound designer Ben Burtt discuss the concept and creation of the lightsaber.
Skip Navigation Disney. Han Solo: "Yes, I'll bet you have. Han Solo: "I'll bet you have. Jabba: "Solo! Come out of there, Solo!
I've been waitin' for you. Why haven't you paid me and why did you fry poor Greedo? Han Solo: "Look Jabba, next time you wanna talk to me, come see me yourself.
Don't send one of these twerps. What if everyone who smuggled for me dropped their cargo at the first sign of an imperial starship?
It's not good business. You think I had a choice? But I got a nice easy charter now. I'll pay you back plus a little extra. You're the best.
Don't push it. But if you fail me again I'll put a price on your head so big you won't be able to go near a civilized system.
Han Solo: "Jabba, you're a wonderful human being. How are ya? Have I got stories to tell you. Are you sure you can handle this ship?
I'll try. We'll hear all your stories when we get back, all right? Hey, Biggs. I told you I'd make it someday.
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Not all the special effect shots and the film score had been added yet. Still, this cut is extremely interesting, since it is not by George Lucas but by cutter John Jympson.
Thus, it contains 30 to 40 percent alternative footage. Lucas had not been content with the cut and re-cut the whole movie. As mentioned before, this cut contains countless alternative shots, but also many of the later deleted scenes.
Parts of the Lost Cut were published on the "Behind the Magic" CD-ROM in or had already been used in for the infamous "Star Wars Holiday Special".
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