You know that James Earl Jones provided the voice of Darth Vader in the Star Wars films. But did you know when Star Wars was first released in 1977, Jones was not listed in the closing credits? Over the years he’s claimed that the reason for the omission was his belief that he hadn’t done enough work to deserve billing, and later confessed that he worried that if he was credited he would be typecast as a bad guy for the rest of his career. Jones’ name was added to the credits of the film when it was released in 1997 in its “Special Edition.” That’s just one of the Star Wars Special Edition facts featured in the newest episode of You Think You Know Movies!
Although May 4 has become Star Wars Day (Observed) just because of the cutesy “May the 4th be with you” thing, the real anniversary of Star Wars’ unveiling, the day we should celebrate, is May 25. Which just so happens to be today.
'Return of the Jedi' is in the number two spot for me when it comes to my favorite Star Wars movies, and now, thanks to the time traveling capabilities of YouTube, we can check out what it was like filming the classic back in 1982.
I'm a pretty big fan of Star Wars, but I always found the end of the final movie a little bit unsatisfactory. But, now thanks to the internet, we can see Return Of The Jedi finished off, once and for all.
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