Return Of The Jedi. . STAR WARS EPISODE VI: RETURN OF THE JEDI Jabba' s sail barge was filmed in Yuma, Arizona. The film crew had problems avoiding the many dun star wars Ace
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Return Of The Jedi

STAR WARS EPISODE VI:
RETURN OF THE JEDI
Jabba' s sail barge was filmed in Yuma, Arizona. The film crew had problems
avoiding the many dune buggy enthusiasts in the area. To preserve secrecy
the producers claimed to be making a horror film called Blue Harvest
and even had made up for the crew
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Harrison Ford suggested that Han Solo sacrifice his life to
save his friends, but George Lucas disagreed with him
as he wanted Han to play a heroic part at the end
According to Anthony Daniels, it only took him less
than 10 minutes to put on the outfit, unlike the
last two films were it took him two hours
The Jabba the Hutt puppet took Stuart Freeborn' s team three
months to build and cost , 000 to make and weighed
The shots for the speeder bike sequence were achieved by having
a camera operator walk through the forest at normal speed with a camera filming
at one frame per second. When the footage was played back at twenty four frames
per second, it gave the appearance of flying through the forest at high speeds
Admiral Ackbar' s famous line 'ts a trap!' was originally scripted as 'It' s a trick!'.
The line was changed in underproduction after a negative test screening
The film originally included a sandstorm scene that occurred after Han' s rescue.
It was cut because it was unnecessary and was hectic to shoot, but the idea
for the scene was later used in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace
Originally, Yoda was not in the film' s script. Yoda was added
when Lucas determined him best to properly confirm to Luke
as to whether Vader was his father or not
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Extras made up of 130 Imperials, 40 Arboks, and a cast and crew of 150
were used in the scene where the rebels are rounded up outside of the
shield bunker, just before the final battle starts
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10 puppeteers, 9 mime artists, 42 extras, 18 principles, supported by
a crew of 90 worked almost a month on the Jabba' s Palace sequence
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