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George Lucas Writer

 Directed by
George Lucas

Princess Leia is captured and held hostage by the evil Imperial forces in their effort to take over the galactic Empire. Venturesome Luke Skywalker and dashing captain Han Solo team together with the loveable robot duo R2-D2 and C-3PO to rescue the beautiful princess and restore peace and justice in the Empire.


 Release Date
May 25, 1977

121 minutes


Mark Hamill Luke Skywalker
Harrison Ford Han Solo
Carrie Fisher Princess Leia Organa
Peter Mayhew Chewbacca
Anthony Daniels C-3PO
David Prowse Darth Vader (performer)
James Earl Jones Darth Vader (voice)
Peter Cushing Grand Moff Tarkin
Alec Guinness Obi-Wan "Ben" Kenobi
Phil Brown Uncle Owen
Shelagh Fraser Aunt Beru
Kenny Baker R2-D2
Jack Purvis Chief Jawa
Eddie Byrne General Willard
Don Henderson General Taggi
Alex McCrindle General Dodonna
Richard LeParmentier General Motti
Drewe Henley Red Leader
Denis Lawson Red Two (Wedge Antilles)
Garrick Hagon Red Three (Biggs Darklighter)
Jack Klaff Red Four (John "D")
William Hootkins Red Six (Porkins)
Leslie Schofield Commander #1
Michael Leader Stormtrooper
Angus MacInnes Gold Leader
Jeremy Sinden Gold Two
Graham Ashley Gold Five
David Ankrum Red Two, Wedge Antilles (voice) (uncredited)
Mark Austin Boba Fett (special edition) (uncredited)
Scott Beach Stormtrooper (voice) (uncredited)
Lightning Bear Stormtrooper (uncredited)
Jon Berg Cantina Alien (uncredited)
Doug Beswick Cantina Alien (uncredited)
Paul Blake Greedo (uncredited)
Janice Burchette Nabrun Leids (uncredited)
Ted Burnett Wuher (uncredited)
John Chapman Drifter (Red 12) (uncredited)
Gilda Cohen Cantina Patron (uncredited)
Tim Condren Stormtrooper (uncredited)
Barry Copping Wioslea (uncredited)
Alfie Curtis Dr. Evazan (uncredited)
Robert Davies Cantina Patron (uncredited)
Maria De Aragon Greedo (uncredited)
Robert A. Denham Hrchek Kal Fas (uncredited)
Frazer Diamond Jawa (uncredited)
Peter Diamond Stormtrooper / Tusken Raider / Death Star Trooper / Garouf Lafoe (uncredited)
Warwick Diamond Jawa (uncredited)
Sadie Eden Garindan (uncredited)
Kim Falkinburg Djas Puhr (uncredited)
Harry Fielder Death Star Trooper (uncredited)
Ted Gagliano Stormtrooper with Binoculars (uncredited)
Salo Gardner Cantina Patron (uncredited)
Steve Gawley Death Star Trooper (uncredited)
Barry Gnome Kabe (uncredited)
Rusty Goffe Kabe / Jawa / GONK Droid (uncredited)
Isaac Grand Cantina Patron (uncredited)
Nelson Hall Stormtrooper (special edition) (uncredited)
Reg Harding Stormtrooper (uncredited)
Alan Harris Leia's Rebel Escort (uncredited)
Frank Henson Stormtrooper (uncredited)
Christine Hewett Brea Tonnika (uncredited)
Arthur Howell Stormtrooper (uncredited)
Tommy Ilsley Ponda Baba (uncredited)
Joe Johnston Death Star Trooper (uncredited)
Annette Jones Mosep (uncredited)
Linda Jones Chall Bekan (uncredited)
Joe Kaye Solomohal (uncredited)
Colin Michael Kitchens Stormtrooper (voice) (uncredited)
Melissa Kurtz Jawa (uncredited)
Tiffany L. Kurtz Jawa (uncredited)
Al Lampert Daine Jir (uncredited)
Anthony Lang BoShek (uncredited)
Laine Liska Muftak / Cantina Band Member (uncredited)
Derek Lyons Temple Guard / Medal Bearer (uncredited)
Mahjoub Jawa (uncredited)
Alf Mangan Takeel (uncredited)
Rick McCallum Stormtrooper (special edition) (uncredited)
Grant McCune Death Star Gunner (uncredited)
Geoffrey Moon Cantina Patron (uncredited)
Mandy Morton Swilla Corey (uncredited)
Lorne Peterson Massassi Base Rebel Scout (uncredited)
Marcus Powell Rycar Ryjerd (uncredited)
Shane Rimmer InCom Engineer (uncredited)
Pam Rose Leesub Sirln (uncredited)
George Roubicek Cmdr. Praji (Imperial Officer #2 on rebel ship) (uncredited)
Erica Simmons Tawss Khaa (uncredited)
Angela Staines Senni Tonnika (uncredited)
George Stock Cantina Patron (uncredited)
Roy Straite Cantina Patron (uncredited)
Peter Sturgeon Sai'torr Kal Fas (uncredited)
Peter Sumner Lt. Pol Treidum (uncredited)
John Sylla Cantina Voices (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Sylla Massassi Outpost Announcer / Various Voices (voice) (uncredited)
Malcolm Tierney Lt. Shann Childsen (uncredited)
Phil Tippett Cantina Alien (uncredited)
Burnell Tucker Del Goren (uncredited)
Morgan Upton Stormtrooper (voice) (uncredited)
Jerry Walter Stormtrooper (voice) (uncredited)
Hal Wamsley Jawa (uncredited)
Larry Ward Greedo (voice) (uncredited)
Diana Sadley Way Thuku (uncredited)
Harold Weed Ketwol / Melas (uncredited)
Bill Weston Stormtrooper (uncredited)
Steve 'Spaz' Williams Mos Eisley Citizen (special edition) (uncredited)
Fred Wood Cantina Patron (uncredited)
Colin Higgins Rebel Pilot, Col. Takbright (uncredited)
Ron Tarr Jabba's Henchman (uncredited)

- Also known as "Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope".

Princess Leia Organa: Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You're my only hope.

Darth Vader: I find your lack of faith disturbing.

Add my review

By Jack Anderson on September 4, 2017

"Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" is based on the eponym book, which is having the exact same structure as its precedessor novel, "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone". Therefore, the film is also very similar to its precedessor, even though knowing that Chris Colombus directed both movies.
But there are still differences in the two films.
- In this one, even though it is very true to the book, there are more inventions which are very good, clever and interesting in a movie. For instance, having the Hogwarts Express just behind the flying car of Ron and Harry. Or Harry understanding a key element by looking at a mirror by coincidence. A few scenes from the book are also completely unseen in the film or shortened. This is a welcome thing, as the previous film was way too close to the book. So close that, ironically, it denaturated the original material. A film is not a book, and vice-versa.

Since the book is darker than its predecessor, the look of the movie is also darker, which is proving that Chris Columbus found something. When the camera is tilting and handheld, you can feel the dark forces, which is nowhere to be seen in the first film.

Meanwhile, Daniel Radcliffe is providing a much more mature interpretation of Harry Potter. In the previous film, it was as though the young actor was citing his lines. In this one, it is still not great, but clearly there has been some work there and Radcliffe is more believable as the young wizard. You can see in his eyes that he believes the part.
Also, Kenneth Branhagh is simply perfect as the hilarious Galderoy Lockhart.

To me, this film is slightly better than "Philosopher's Stone". The special effects are better, the scenes are moving together much more elegantly, the acting of the main character has vastly improved.
I give this film a 5 (Good), where I gave its predecessor a 4 (Average). I cannot wait to watch the next films to compare and see the evolution.

The classic
By Jack Anderson on September 11, 2017



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 Saga: Star Wars
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Return of the Jedi 1983 Movie
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace 1999 Movie
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Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith 2005 Movie
Star Wars: The Force Awakens 2015 Movie
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 2016 Movie
Star Wars: The Last Jedi 2017 Movie
Solo: A Star Wars Story 2018 Movie
Star Wars: Episode IX 2019 Movie

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