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Which famous extra-terrestrial appeared in "The Phantom Menace"?

If you look closely during "The Phantom Menace," you'll see E.T. make a small cameo. You might also notice that it's not only him in the scene, but two other extra-terrestrials as well.

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What does the name "Darth Vader" mean?

The name Darth Vader means "Dark Father." The name is based on German and Dutch language in which the word "vader" is derived from.

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How many toes does Yoda have?

The number of toes that Yoda has changes in every movie! The number of toes that he typically is depicted to have is around 3 or 4.

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Who is Chewbacca's son?

Lumpawaroo is the son of Chewbacca and Malla. After being separated from his parents he became a slave until he eventually escaped.

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Is it true or false that you would find C-3P0 in every "Star Wars" movie ever made?

This is true. The gold robot is an important character in each of the "Star Wars" movies. The character has always been played by Anthony Daniels.

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After Princess Leia told Han Solo that she loved him, what did he say?

Han responded to Princess Leia with the famous words, "I know." Did you know that this was ad-libbed by Harrison Ford, and not actually part of the script?

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What word would you never hear in a "Star Wars" movie?

The word "ewok" is never said in any "Star Wars" movies, despite the fact that they appear in them. The reason we know what the creatures are called is because of the credits and other external factors.

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Which phrase would you hear in every "Star Wars" movie?

The phrase, "I have a bad feeling about this" is said in every "Star Wars" movie. The line is said by many different characters throughout the entire movie series.

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Scenes that took place on Hoth were shot where?

The scenes that took place in the mythical setting of Hoth were shot in Norway. Specifically on a glacier to set the scene of a snow- and ice-filled planet.

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Is it true or false that the Ewoks had their own animated television show?

This is true. The Ewoks starred in a television show called "Star Wars: Ewoks," which George Lucas was also a creator of.

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Before he became known as the iconic Yoda, what was his original name?

Yoda's first name was Buffy according to the outline of "The Empire Strikes Back." Did you know that Yoda was almost played by a monkey?

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Which comic did "The Phantom Menace" get its name from?

"The Phantom Menace" got its name from the comic "Flash Gordon." In the comics, there was a character with the name "Phantom Menace" inspiring George Lucas.

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Boba Fett makes his first movie appearance in which movie?

Boba Fett made his first movie appearance in "The Empire Strikes Back." Did you know that there is a dent in Boba's helmet from a fight with Cad Bane?

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Which "Golden Girl" appeared in the "Star Wars Christmas Special"?

Bea Arthur appeared in the Christmas special playing the role of Ackmena the bartender. Her performance was praised as she sang a song that became loved by fans around the world.

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Is it true or false that the Ewoks speak French?

This is false. Ewoks actually speak their own language called "ewokese." The language is based on Kalmyk Oirat which originated with the Kalmyk people in Russia.

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Who voiced Garindan?

John Wayne delivered one of the character's most iconic lines in "A New Hope." It was "I can tell you where to find them, for a price."

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Which of the following sound effects can be heard in "Star Wars" films?

The Wilhelm Scream is used extensively throughout the movies. It has been used so much that it was recently retired from appearing in the movies.

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What Disney character appeared in one of the movies?

Mickey Mouse can be found in "The Empire Strikes Back." The silhouette of his head can be found behind Luke and Darth Vader as they're fighting each other.

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What does AT-AT stand for?

AT-AT stands for "All Terrain Armored Transport." It is a vehicle that was used by the Imperial Army, that could attack and transport the troops.

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Is it true or false that Jabba the Hutt made an appearance in "The Empire Strikes Back"?

This is false. Jabba the Hutt only makes appearances in "Return of the Jedi", "The Phantom Menace" and "A New Hope." Did you know that the character takes about seven people to operate it?

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At the end of "Return of the Jedi," who almost died?

Han Solo almost died at the end of the movie. His demise would have taken place on the Death Star, but ultimately did not due to a decision by George Lucas. Rumor has it that Harrison Ford wanted the character killed off.

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What animal are Porgs based on?

Porgs are based on puffins. The little creatures went through many design changes and at one point, were almost scrapped altogether.

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What species is Yoda?

No one knows what species Yoda is. It is never mentioned in any media or even on the official website, leaving it up to interpretation.

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Which two "Star Wars" characters had a television show of their own?

R2-D2 and C-3P0 had their own television show called "Star Wars: Droids: The Adventures of R2-D2 and C-3P0." George Lucas was also a producer of the show.

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Is it true or false that Jabba the Hutt wore a fez?

This is false, although it was almost true! Early concepts of the character involved him wearing a fez, but these were later scrapped.

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What are a group of porgs called?

A group of porgs are referred to as a murder according to the director of "The Last Jedi." In contrast, the puffins that they are based on are called a burrow or colony when in a group.

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Who cut off Luke Skywalker's hand in "The Empire Strikes Back"?

Darth Vader cut off Luke Skywalker's hand in "The Empire Strikes Back." It is very common for people to lose their limbs in the "Star Wars" movies.

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The voice of Miss Piggy was also the voice of which "Star Wars" character?

The voice of Miss Piggy, Frank Oz, was also the voice of Yoda. He is very talented in the realms of voice acting as he has also voiced many other iconic characters in television and movies.

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What was the original last name of the Skywalkers?

The original last name of the Skywalkers was "Starkiller." George Lucas changed the name because he felt that it had a negative connotation.

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Whose voice can be heard when Anakin is fighting the Tusken-Raider?

Qui-Gon Jinn's voice can be heard during this scene. He was reacting to the fact that Anakin was killing the tribe of Tusken Raiders.

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What does the line "Luke, I am your father" actually say?

One of the most famous lines from the franchise, "Luke, I am your father," may not be what it seems! Although many remember it to be this way, the correct line is "No, I am your father."

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What is the name of Han Solo's ship?

The name of Han Solo's ship is the Millennium Falcon. Did you know the Han Solo took possession of the ship by winning against Lando Calrissian in Sabacc?

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Who did Anakin lose a hand to?

Anakin lost many limbs that day, his arm and both of his legs to Obi-Wan. This took place in the movie, "Revenge of the Sith."

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When is "Star Wars Day"?

"Star Wars Day" is celebrated every May the 4th. It is common to hear the phrase, "May the Fourth be with you," on this day as a tribute to the phrase, "May the force be with you."

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Which famous actor freed Rey in "The Force Awakens"?

Daniel Craig, who played the role of a Stormtrooper, freed Rey. Of course, this was done after she convinced him, not willingly.

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About This Quiz

May the force be with you on this quiz! The "Star Wars" franchise has taken fans on an adventure through space like no other. The lovable characters and intense scenes have captivated audiences from around the globe. "Star Wars" fans, how much do you really know about the people, places and things that made the movies what they are?

Do you know what the name of Chewbacca's son is? Can you name the two characters who had their own television series? Do you know which "Golden Girl" made an appearance on the Christmas special? Maybe you even know the meaning of the name "Darth Vader"? Make sure you know your facts about Luke, Darth Vader, Chewbacca and more to ace this quiz!

Do you know where "The Phantom Menace" got its name from? Do you know when "Star Wars Day" is? What do you really know about the ewoks? There are so many facts and tons of trivia to know about the franchise. Hardcore fans will fly through this quiz with no trouble at all!

So, if you're a true Jedi, or if you just really know your stuff about "Star Wars", take out your lightsabers and prepare yourself to go full speed ahead on this quiz!

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