The "Star Wars" franchise is one of the biggest blockbuster series of all time. If you watched all the movies, and you think you're up for the challenge, young Padawan, take this quiz to find out how much you remember about the movies.
Remember this? See if you can remember who said: "Your father's lightsaber. This is the weapon of a Jedi Knight. Not as clumsy or random as a blaster; an elegant weapon for a more civilized age. For over a thousand generations, the Jedi Knights were the guardians of peace and justice in the Old Republic. Before the dark times ... before the Empire."
Let's face it. You didn't just read that; you remembered the actual scene itself from "Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope" (1977). You remembered every voice inflection and pause Sir Alec Guinness gave delivering that unforgettable line. Hey, maybe you even mouthed the words. We don't judge.
Have a bad feeling about this? Don't give a Wilhelm scream. Do or do not, because there is no try. Take this "Star Wars" quiz to see if you can remember who said it.
Like all hired drivers, Han Solo never knew how to put a lid on it.
Luke wasn't a big fan of his home planet, Tatooine.
Obi-Wan still had a lesson or two for his former Padawan.
No wonder she wound up with the getaway driver.
This bonus scene between Han and Jabba was not in the original 1977 theatrical release.
Obi-Wan sensed the destruction of Alderaan, Princess Leia's home planet.
Princess Leia delivers this famous line while giving the Death Star plans to R2-D2.
He didn't say much, but, when he did, it was loud and Han understood.
Yoda tells Luke this before the young Jedi-in-training is tested at the cave on Dagobah.
This line is often misquoted as "Luke, I am your father." But let's not split Wookiee hairs.
True love means putting up with a 5 o'clock shadow.
Yoda delivers this line before dying in "Star Wars: Episode VI — Return of the Jedi." He earned some rest.
Bib Fortuna was Jabba the Hutt's tentacled attendant in "Star Wars: Episode VI — Return of the Jedi."
The Emperor was auditioning a new apprentice.
Father and son duel for a final time on the Death Star above the forest moon of Endor.
A protocol droid, C-3PO was fluent in over six million forms of communication.
This line has garnered a fan base of its own through online memes.
The unpopular Jar Jar Binks character appears in "Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace," and maybe a little too much at that.
The Force was strong with Anakin Skywalker. Sand People are still talking about that Boonta Eve podrace.
Actor Liam Neeson brought his trademark gravitas to the galaxy far, far away with this role.
Obi-Wan and Anakin made a great team back in the day, but it wasn't gonna last.
Anakin and Padme had a forbidden romance written in the stars.
At one point in the prequels, Padme sports the bun hairdo made famous by Princess Leia.
Anakin sought revenge against the Tusken Raiders for the death of his mother.
C-3PO repeatedly thought he didn't have it in him.
Padme insists this before she dies. Our heroes will have to wait years to find out if it's true.
The revenge of the Sith meant the birth of Darth Vader.
The general was candid about airing his grievances, but Anakin and Obi-Wan had a job to do.
The Emperor made a critical error, and the time for their attack had come.
Did you know? Actors Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee starred in 22 films together outside the "Star Wars" universe.