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bleachzzz

Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope 1977

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6 minutes ago, bleachzzz said:

Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope 1977. where is episode 1, 2, 3?

1, 2, and 3 came out in 1999, 2002, and 2005.

 

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The reason it's called episode IV despite being the first is because the plot of episode I, II and III happens before the plot of IV, V and VI.

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They weren't originally called episode 4, 5 and 6 that came much later as you can see from the laserdisc and VHS. Notice how it wasn't even called "a new hope" to start with

 

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At the time with technology, George Lucas wanted to go in order at 1st but since technology didn't really come into play until 1995-1997 or so when the movie finally came out in 1998, for example, look at yoda, he's a puppet compared to 1,2,3, technology increased since 4,5,6

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On 06/04/2016 at 1:01 PM, Smileyyakadoo said:

At the time with technology, George Lucas wanted to go in order at 1st but since technology didn't really come into play until 1995-1997 or so when the movie finally came out in 1998, for example, look at yoda, he's a puppet compared to 1,2,3, technology increased since 4,5,6

He was originally a puppet in Episode 1 as well. He only became CGI in Episode 2. Then when they released the Bluray Special Editions, they went back and replaced Puppet Yoda in Episode 1 with CGI Yoda.

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