Star Wars Begins

Sir Alec Guinness deemed George Lucas’ dialogue “rather creaky, but I kept turning the pages…” Case in point: in the pivotal scene where he and Luke are in Obi-Wan’s cave, the original line is: “You must do what you feel.”

Guinness, in the fashion of the best actors, simply and wonderfully added …”what is right, of course.” And it was instantly improved. “You must do what you feel is right, of course.”

This and many more insider secrets of the making of Star Wars is available thanks to a superfan named Jambe Davdar. (Han Solo smoking a cigarette in the cockpit of the Millenium Falcon is not to be missed.)  Cinematical has all 14 parts of this not-for-profit documentary at their site. There are many things the Jawa-type scavengers among us have seen before, but there’s also a lot of new stuff. Highly recommended for fans.

It goes without saying (and the ensuing guilt trip) that many Bothans died to bring us this information.

IMPERIAL UPDATE: THIS INFORMATION HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FOR YOUR PROTECTION. SEE ATTACHED 27B/6 DOCUMENT TO CONCUR.

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One Response to Star Wars Begins

  1. Jambe Davdar says:

    Thanks for posting about my project. Please follow me on twitter @jamieSWB.

    Thanks again
    JD

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