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I know of 4 major versions - the original releases, the 1997 Special Editions, the 2004 DVD editions, and the 2011 Blu-Ray editions. The most significant alterations were those done for the 1997 Special Editions. The changes were made for a number of reasons - to improve the special effects; to insert scenes that had been cut for practical, logistical, ...


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As per Wookieepedia: Overwhelmed by his despair in the belief he had killed Amidala and their unborn child, which fulfilled his prophetic dreams of her death, Vader destroyed the medical droids and severely damaged the facility through the Force. He broke his bindings on the operating table and struggled to walk under the sheer weight of his new ...


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The missed grappling hook throw (in the film version) seems to be a myth. Google "Luke misses grappling hook" and peruse the results. For instance, here, and here, and here, and here, and here. It seems that people remember this sequence from non-movie materials - novelizations, radio plays, story books, etc., but attribute it to the movie itself. ...


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At the risk of giving an opinion-based answer, your friend is mostly right. Lucas began by writing a synopsis of the story in early 1973, then started working on a rough draft of a script the next year. Lucas' first draft was a mess: the story was confusing, far too long, and incredibly boring; the characters were terrible and bland; the dialogue was leaden ...


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The robot in this particular trailer is likely a CGI model. Here is some speculation, and of all versions, the one with mostly empty head magneted to a rod inside the ball seems more or less plausible. But as you can see, the head jumps around a lot. Magnetic force weakens quickly with increasing distance between magneted surfaces, so when the head jumps ...


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I would suggest watching them in the order they were made IV, V, VI, I, II, III and then make your own mind up whether to watch The Clone Wars film or not (I think it depends on how much you enjoyed the prequel trilogy). I usually skip I and II, though when I watch them through occasionally I may watch parts of Episode I such as the Darth Maul fight but I ...


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Whilst I have not read any article concerning Episode VII featuring any mention of Jar Jar Binks he definitely is alive at the time the Emperor and Darth Vader are killed but well I'm not sure how long Gunguns live he would probably be pretty old if he is still alive though considering the mass hatred the character received I doubt JJ Abrams would consider ...



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