The first words in Star Wars Episode IV (A New Hope) were "Did you hear that?" . Spoken by C-3PO to R2-D2.
The last words are "He'll be all right" spoken by Luke Skywalker (played by Mark Hamill) referring to R2-D2 who was damaged during the attack on the Death Star.
The Death Star featured in several of the Star Wars movies and was most prominently featured in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
It is the fourth episode of star wars.
The diameter of the first Death Star, as depicted in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope was 160 kilometers. The second Death Star, which appeared in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, was significantly larger, with a diameter of 900 kilometers.
Carrie Fisher (born October 21, 1956) turned 20 years old during the filming of Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope in 1976.
The movie after 'The Phantom Menace' in the Star Wars Saga is Attack of the Clones.
If you mean the film from 1977, it was just called "Star Wars." But if you're talking about the 4th film that's commonly known as "Episode 1," it is named "The Phantom Menace."
The first Star Wars movie was simply called Star Wars because George Lucas thought there was little chance for a sequel. After more movies were made, the name was changed to Star Wars: A New Hope.
Episode IV A New Hope
Star Wars: A New Hope Released 1977 in movies It was originally just named "Star Wars," but then after the release of the prequel trilogy films, it was then named "Episode 4: A New Hope."
Darth Vader's first words were "Where are those transmissions you intercepted?"
The first episode of Star Wars, "A New Hope," was filmed in 1972.
The first Star Wars movie, Episode IV, "A New Hope", came out in 1977.
In Star Wars: A New Hope (the first episode made), Obi-Wan Kenobi dies.
R2-D2 debuted in "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope" .
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The first movie, Episode IV: A New Hope, came out in 1977.
The full title is Star Wars IV: A New Hope or Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, but when the movie first came out in American theatres, it was just called Star Wars.