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  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Sci-Fi
  • Release Date: 27 December 1977 (UK)
  • Runtime: 121 min | 125 min (special edition)
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  • Rate: 8.7/10 total 599,922 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Sci-Fi
  • Release Date: 27 December 1977 (UK)
  • Runtime: 121 min | 125 min (special edition)
  • Filming Location: Durango, Mexico
  • Budget: $11,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: ESP 1,366,116,825 (Spain) (13 July 2001)
  • Director: George Lucas
  • Stars: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: John Williams (music by)  
  • Sound Mix: 70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints) | Dolby (35 mm prints) (as Making Film Sound Better DOLBY® Noise Reduction-High Fidelity) | DTS-Stereo (as DTS Stereo® in selected theatres) | Dolby Digital (as Dolby® Digital in selected theatres) | SDDS (as Sony Dynamic Digital SoundTM in selected theatres)
  • Plot Keyword: Empire | Galaxy | Planet | Princess | Rebellion

Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) Writing Credits By:

  • George Lucas (written by)

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Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) Known Trivia

  • Stunt doubles were not used for the scene in which Luke and Leia swing to safety. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill performed that stunt themselves, shooting it in just one take. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The weapons the stormtroopers used were essentially the Sterling L2A3 9mm SMG (sub-machine gun) a military weapon developed in the late 1940s in the UK and adopted by the British and Canadian Armies in the 1950s. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The curved left entry side mounted magazine was removed. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 And that was as much as it was modified for the film. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The longer sandtrooper weapon was the MG-34 machine gun from Germany. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Due to the limited budget the American cast members and crew (including George Lucas) all decided to fly coach class to England, rather than first class. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 When Carrie Fisher’s mother Debbie Reynolds heard about this she called Lucas, complaining about how insulting it was for her daughter to be flying coach. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Fisher was in the room with Lucas when he took the call, and after a few minutes asked if she could talk to her mother. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 When Lucas handed her the phone she simply said, “Mother, I want to fly coach, will you f**k off?!” and hung up. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • George Lucas had not originally intended to use Anthony Daniels’s voice for the voice of C-3PO. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 He only changed his mind after a suggestion by Stan Freberg, one of the actors considered as Daniels’ replacement Daniels’ voice was altered in post-production. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 His character was supposed to be like a “used-car salesman”. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Ultimately, though, George Lucas was won over by the charisma of Daniels’ reading of the part as a “snooty British butler” and so Daniels has done the voice for C3PO ever since. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • At one point in the scripting process, the Force was a large crystal or galactic holy grail called the ‘Kyber crystal’. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • According to an interview with George Lucas, originally Luke was a girl, Han Solo was an Alien, the wookiees were called Jawas, and R2-D2 and C-3PO were called A-2 and C-3. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Harrison Ford deliberately didn’t learn his lines for the intercom conversation in the cell block, so it would sound spontaneous. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The rescue of the Princess – and Obi-Wan Kenobi’s duel with Darth Vader – were originally intended to take place on Alderaan. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • While George Lucas was filming on location in Tunisia, the Libyan government became worried about a massive military vehicle parked near the Libyan border. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Consequently, the Tunisian government, receiving threats of military mobilization, politely asked Lucas to move his Jawa sandcrawler farther away from the border. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • According to Mark Hamill, studio executives were unhappy that Chewbacca has no clothes and attempted to have the costume redesigned with shorts. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 4 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Continuity: Items on Ben's table as he watches the hologram.

Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) Plot: Luke Skywalker joins forces with a Jedi Knight, a cocky pilot, a wookiee and two droids to save the universe from the Empire's world-destroying battle-station, while also attempting to rescue Princess Leia from the evil Darth Vader. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Full summary »  »

Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) Story: Part IV in George Lucas’ epic, Star Wars: A New Hope opens with a Rebel ship being boarded by the tyrannical Darth Vader. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The plot then follows the life of a simple farm boy, Luke Skywalker, as he and his newly met allies (Han Solo, Chewbacca, Obi-Wan Kenobi, C-3PO, R2-D2) attempt to rescue a Rebel leader, Princess Leia, from the clutches of the Empire. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The conclusion is culminated as the Rebels, including Skywalker and flying ace Wedge Antilles make an attack on the Empire’s most powerful and ominous weapon, the Death Star. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Written byP. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Wong <pwong@nt.net>

Synopsis

Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) Synopsis: An opening title card reads:

‘It is a period of civil war. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Rebel spaceships, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Galactic Empire. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 During the battle, Rebel spies managed to steal secret plans to the Empire’s ultimate weapon, the DeathStar, an armored space station with enough power to destroy an entire planet. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Pursued by the Empire’s sinister agents, Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) races home aboard her starship, custodian of the stolen plans that can save her people and restore freedom to the galaxy.’

The Film opens with a space battle between two starships in orbit around the desert planet of Tatooine. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 A small Rebel blockade runner, the Tantive IV, is being pursued by a mammoth Imperial star destroyer, the Devastator. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Two droids — C-3PO (Anthony Daniels) and R2-D2 (Kenny Baker) — aboard the blockade runner are tossed about as their ship endures a barrage of laser bolts. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The Rebel ship is so heavily damaged that its main power reactor must be shut down. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 It is caught in the Imperial destroyer’s tractor beam, pulled into the hold of the larger ship, and boarded by Imperial troops.

A huge firefight ensues in the corridors of the Rebel ship, with many Rebel soldiers being lost in the battle. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Darth Vader (David Prowse; voice: James Earl Jones), a man dressed in a black cape, black armor, and a black helmet that obscures all his features, is the leader of the Imperial troops. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 He boards the Rebel ship and interrogates the ship’s captain, who claims that the ship is on a diplomatic mission to the planet Alderaan. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Vader perceives that he is lying, noting that a consular ship would have an ambassador on board, which they don’t. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 (Actually they do — Leia — but she is hiding from Vader, the second-ranking man in the Empire, which tends to support Vader’s thesis that somebody on this ship is up to something.) Vader strangles the captain. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 He then tells the troops to search the entire ship and look for "the plans" and to bring all the passengers to him — alive.

C-3PO and R2-D2 manage to escape damage from the firefight. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 R2-D2 meets up with Princess Leia, who loads him with the stolen plans, and records a holographic message for the small droid to take to the planet’s surface. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 R2-D2 and C-3PO get away from the ship aboard an escape pod to go to the planet below; Imperial troops choose not to destroy the pod, as their scans detect no living organism on board, and presume it ejected due to a malfunction. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Moments later the princess is shot by a stun gun and taken captive. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 C-3PO and R2-D2 land on the desert planet; R2-D2 mentions a mission to deliver some plans, but C-3PO is more concerned with staying in one piece long enough to find civilization. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The two split up, and both are eventually captured by a group of diminutive scavengers called Jawas. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The Jawas are junk traders, and R2-D2 and C-3PO are their newest assets.

Back on the blockade runner, Darth Vader interrogates the princess his troops have captured. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 He tells her that the Rebels have stolen some secret Imperial plans and transmitted them to her ship, and that he wants them back. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 She feins ignorance and informs Vader that she is simply a member of the Imperial Senate on a diplomatic mission to the planet Alderaan, but Vader doesn’t believe her. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Vader’s adjutant aide insists that holding her captive is dangerous; news of her captivity would generate sympathy for the rebellion against the Empire. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Vader (who is described by the man who was once his best friend as "a cunning warrior") instructs the officer to deceive the Senate and permanently erase any trace of Leia’s whereabouts by faking her [accidental] death. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Upon being notified by another officer that an empty escape pod was jettisoned during the firefight, he concludes that the princess put the plans in the pod. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Imperial troops go to the planet’s surface, and discover droid parts leading away from the pod.

On Tatooine, the Jawas meet Owen Lars (Phil Brown), a moisture farmer, to sell him some droids and equipment. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The farmer purchases R2-D2 and C-3PO and tells his nephew, Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), to clean them up and put them to work. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke had plans to meet some friends in the nearby town of Anchorhead, but his plans are put aside for work. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 During the cleanup, Luke stumbles across a short clip of the message stored in R2 by Princess Leia. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The message is for someone named ‘Obi Wan Kenobi’, and is a desperate plea for help. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 R2 insists that the message is simply a malfunction ("old data"), but Luke insists on hearing the complete message. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 R2 then states that if Luke removes his restraining bolt, he might be able to play the rest of the message. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke removes the bolt, but R2 doesn’t play the message and claims not to know what Luke is talking about. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke is called away for dinner (forgetting to replace the bolt) and asks C-3PO to finish cleaning R2.

During dinner, Luke tells his aunt and uncle that the droids may belong to someone called Obi Wan Kenobi. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 This news greatly disturbs Uncle Owen, but he won’t say why. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke asks if Obi Wan is possibly related to a local hermit named Ben Kenobi who lives several miles away in the Dune Sea area, a vast terrain of sand & rocky canyons. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Owen claims that Ben is "just a crazy old man," and that Obi Wan is dead; Owen makes a comment which seems to indicate that Obi Wan Kenobi knew Luke’s long-deceased father, but when Luke presses Owen for details, his uncle quickly changes the subject and instructs Luke to erase the droids’ memories the next morning. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke — who hopes to leave home for training at a nearby Imperial Military Academy to become a space pilot — leaves the room angrily to return to cleaning the droids. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke’s Aunt Beru (Shelagh Fraser) tells Owen that Luke is too much like his father to remain, but Owen holds out hope that Luke’s desire for adventure will subside — and expresses a fear that Luke is too much like his father… Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 suggesting that Owen may know something of the terrible thing that happened to Luke’s father, Anakin Skywalker.

After dinner, Luke discovers that R2-D2 (now without his restraining bolt) has escaped to find Obi Wan Kenobi. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke tells 3PO that it’s too late to look for R2 because of the dangerous Sand People (also called Tusken Raiders) in the area, and that they will set out first thing in the morning to go look for him (hopefully before Owen discovers that due to Luke’s negligence, his newest investment has disappeared).

The following morning, Luke and 3PO set out in Luke’s landspeeder to find R2. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 They locate him on the scanner and catch up with him. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 As soon as they find him, R2 informs them that his own scanner is picking up several creatures closing in on them. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke fears the Sand People have found them, and confirms it using a set of minoculars. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 One ambushes them, hitting Luke over the head and knocking him unconscious. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 C-3PO goes tumbling down the side of a sand dune. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 R2 runs and hides.

After stealing some parts off of Luke’s speeder, the Sand People are frightened away by the sound of a vicious beast. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 We see that the sound is coming from a mysterious hooded figure approaching. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The figure checks on Luke and takes his hood off to reveal his features. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 He is an old, bearded man. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke comes to and recognizes the man as Ben Kenobi (Alec Guinness). Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke tells the man that his droid claims to belong to an Obi Wan Kenobi. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 This knowledge startles the old man, who reveals (with a look of ancient mystery on his face) that he is Obi Wan Kenobi but that he hasn’t gone by that name in many years. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 After rescuing C-3PO, they go to Obi Wan’s home to discuss the matter.

At Obi Wan’s home, Luke learns that Obi Wan knew Luke’s father and that they were both Jedi Knights of the old Republic. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke had been told by his uncle that his father was a navigator on a spice freighter; Owen had been trying to protect Luke from the truth about his father, or perhaps simply trying to keep him safe. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 (Note: it’s not clear that Owen knows the truth about Luke’s father, other than that he was killed in a dangerous line of duty). Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Obi Wan explains to Luke that his father was betrayed and murdered by a young Jedi named Darth Vader, who was a pupil of Kenobi’s until he turned to evil, helping the Emperor to destroy the Jedi Knights.

Obi Wan then retrieves Luke’s father’s light-saber, an energy sword which was the chosen weapon of the Jedi Knights; he seems to have kept it safe for some time. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 He gives the weapon to Luke, saying that Luke’s father wanted him to have it when he was old enough. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Obi Wan explains that a Jedi receives his power from the Force, an energy field that is created by all living beings that "surrounds us, penetrates us, and binds the galaxy together."

At this point R2 decides to play his message for Obi Wan. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The princess reminds Obi Wan of his past service to her father in the Clone Wars, and conveys his plea to assist in the rebellion against the Empire. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 She senses that her mission to bring Obi Wan to Alderaan has failed, and tells Obi Wan that she has embedded information crucial to the rebellion in R2′s memory banks. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 She asks Obi Wan to deliver the droid to her father on Alderaan so that the information can be retrieved, and repeats her plea that he is now her only hope.

Obi Wan tells Luke that he should learn the ways of the Force and help in his mission to Alderaan. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke is adamant that he can’t go, and that he must stay on Tatooine and help his uncle. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Obi Wan counters that the rebellion needs Luke’s help, and that the young woman in the message needs Luke’s help (though she has not mentioned any personal request for help). Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 They decide to go to the city of Anchorhead so that Obi Wan can book a transport. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 On the way, they find the Jawa sandcrawler, completely destroyed with all the Jawas slaughtered; although they appear to be victims of the Sand People, Obi Wan recognizes signs which indicate an attack by Imperial troops. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke realizes that the only reason Imperial troops would kill Jawas is because they are looking for the droids which escaped the battle, and he races home, hoping to warn Owen and Beru.

He is too late. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The Imperials have apparently come and gone, burned the homestead, and killed his aunt and uncle. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke returns to Obi Wan, saying that with no reason to remain, he wants to go with him to Alderaan. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 More importantly, he declares his wish to learn the ways of the Force and become a Jedi.

Luke and Obi Wan travel to the Tatooine capital of Mos Eisley, a large spaceport (and hotbed to crime and near-lawlessness) with the two droids to find transport to Alderaan. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Upon entering the spaceport they are approached by Imperial troops at a roadblock asking questions about the two droids they have with them. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Obi Wan appears to induce a trance-like state in the lead guard, persuading him that these are not the droids they are looking for. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 When Luke is puzzled by the ease of their passage, Obi Wan explains that the Force can have a strong influence on the weak-minded.

At the Mos Eisley Cantina, Luke gets into a scuffle with two criminals who try to kill him. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 When one of the creatures pulls a gun on Kenobi, the old Jedi Knight defends himself with his lightsaber – slashing off the creature’s gun arm before it can shoot. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Moments later they meet smuggler Han Solo (Harrison Ford), captain of the Millennium Falcon, and his first mate, Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew), a 7-foot-tall, 200-year-old Wookiee. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Upon learning that Obi Wan and Luke are trying to avoid Imperial capture, Solo gives his price as 10,000 credits for the trip. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke balks at that price, stating that they could almost buy their own ship for that, but Solo is dubious that they could fly it themselves. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Obi Wan tells Solo that they will pay him 2,000 credits now and 15,000 more once they reach Alderaan. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Solo agrees.

After Luke and Obi Wan leave, Solo tells Chewbacca that 17,000 credits could really save his neck, but moments later he is approached by a bounty hunter named Greedo. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Solo tells Greedo that he was just on his way to see Greedo’s boss, Jabba the Hutt, to arrange payment of a debt to Jabba for a failed smuggling shipment in which Solo had to dump his entire cargo due to an unexpected Imperial boarding. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Greedo tells Solo to pay him instead of Jabba (as a bribe not to turn him over to Jabba). Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Realizing that Greedo will simply kill him for the money, Solo quietly removes his laser blaster under the table, and when Greedo admits that he would just as soon see Solo dead as alive, Solo beats him to the draw and kills him.

Luke sells his speeder to raise money for their initial payment to Solo. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 They head to the docking bay where the Millenium Falcon is being prepared for flight. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Meanwhile, Imperial troops believe they are hot on the trail of the two droids when a local informant tells them the whereabouts of the fugitives after recognizing Luke and Obi Wan.

At the docking bay, Solo is confronted by Jabba the Hutt and several other associates, who is frustrated that Solo killed Greedo. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Solo informs Jabba that he will soon have enough money to pay off his debt, with interest. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Jabba is satisfied and leaves.

No sooner do Luke, Ben and the robots board the Millennium Falcon than the Imperial troops come running into the docking bay, hoping to arrest Luke and Ben and capture the robots. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The troops fire at Solo and the Falcon, but the ship manages to escape.

They are immediately pursued by two huge Imperial star destroyers. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Solo remarks that his passengers must be of particular interest to the Empire. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 They jump to light speed, escaping the Imperial ships.

Meanwhile, Darth Vader’s star destroyer has docked at the Death Star, a gargantuan space station resembling a small moon. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Several high-ranking Imperial officers, including the battle station’s chief of operations, Admiral Motti, and a senior Imperial General named Tagge, are arguing about the best way to exploit their newest "technological terror". Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Motti is extremely confident in the new space station, calling it ‘the ultimate power in the universe’. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Vader tells them that the ability to destroy a planet is insignificant next to the power of the Force. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Grand Moff Tarkin (Peter Cushing), commander of the station and governor of the Imperial Outland Regions, says that the Emperor has decided to dissolve the Imperial Senate and use the Death Star to intimidate all of the Empire’s star systems into submission, suggesting that fear of force is preferable to its actual use.

Princess Leia has been tortured and undergone a mind probe in order for the Imperials to extract the location of the Rebels’ home base. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 They have found nothing. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Tarkin, Vader, and Motti threaten to destroy the Princess’s home planet of Alderaan if she won’t reveal the Rebels’ location. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 She reluctantly tells them that the Rebel base is on the planet Dantooine. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Tarkin then orders his officers to proceed with Alderaan’s destruction (which they do), noting that Dantooine is too remote to make an effective demonstration of the Death Star’s power. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 But when Imperial ships scout Dantooine, they find that there was indeed a Rebel base there – however, it has been abandoned for some time. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Outraged at Leia’s successful trickery, Tarkin orders her scheduled for execution.

On board the Millennium Falcon, Obi Wan is training Luke in the ways of the Force when he is greatly disturbed by a tremor in the Force. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 He feels that millions of people have died in an instant amidst great suffering, though he doesn’t know how. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 He decides to meditate on this further as Luke continues an exercise in allowing the Force to guide his reflexes. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Solo is not impressed, and explains that he does not believe in the Force. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke, however, manages to use his lightsaber to deflect four laser bolts in a row from a remote droid — all while wearing a helmet which covers his eyes.

Luke realizes that he is learning how to sense the Force. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 One of the Falcon’s signals informs them that they are approaching Alderaan, but upon exiting light speed, they find the Millennium Falcon is in an asteroid field instead of Alderaan’s orbit. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Solo confirms that they are in the right location but that the planet is missing; Obi Wan quietly states that the planet has been destroyed by the Empire, but Solo laughingly insists that all the Empire’s ships combined wouldn’t have enough firepower to destroy a planet. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Moments later they are overflown by a small Imperial fighter. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 As they chase after the fighter to keep it from notifying the Empire of their location, they see the fighter heading toward a small moon — which turns out to be the Death Star. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 They are caught in the Death Star’s tractor beam and, helpless to resist, are pulled aboard the station into a docking bay.

Imperial troops board the Falcon, but its crew are hiding in smuggling compartments below the floor. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Vader orders scanning equipment to be set up to look for life signs. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 While standing near the Falcon, he senses a presence he has not felt for some time. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Vader leaves the hangar, pursued by the frustrating sense he is overlooking something of great importance.

When two troopers go aboard the Falcon to set up their scanning equipment, Luke and Solo shoot them both and steal their armor uniforms. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The helmets conceal their identity and allow them to infiltrate a troop command center outside the docking port. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Inside the command center, R2 plugs into the station computer system and discovers the location of the tractor beam generator. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Obi Wan sets out to shut down the generator so that the ship can leave. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke wants to accompany him, but Obi Wan orders Luke to stay, noting that Luke’s destiny now splits paths from his own. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Perhaps sensing that this is the last time he will see Luke in this reality, he tells Luke, "The Force will be with you… Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 always."

After Obi Wan leaves, R2 discovers that the princess is being held prisoner on board the station. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke suddenly takes the initiative, sparing no effort to convince Solo and Chewbacca to assist him in what is surely going to be a very risky rescue. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Han, initially scared for his own neck, eventually agrees, but only after Luke suggests that a great monetary reward would surely follow her rescue. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke and Han take Chewbacca "captive" and assume their trooper identities in order to infiltrate the prison block. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 In the prison block, the officer in command becomes suspcious to their arrival since he was not notified. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 As a result, Luke and Han’s escorted "prisoner" escapes and a firefight erupts between the Imperials and Luke, Han, and Chewbacca. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 They manage to take out all the Imperials, but set off an alarm in the process. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 A squad of troops are sent to investigate. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Han and Luke know they have only moments to find the princess’s cell and escape.

They find the princess, but the arriving troops cut off the only escape route. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Leia shoots a hole in a garbage chute and tells everyone to dive in. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 They escape the Imperials, only to find themselves trapped in a large garbage compactor. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 To make matters worse, the compactor also houses a large, serpent-like creature — the DiaNoga — which manages to pull Luke under the murky, stagnant water in the compactor, almost drowning him. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The creature inexplicably lets Luke go, but just as they catch their breath, the compactor activates, threatening to crush Han, Luke, Leia, and Chewbacca. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke calls 3PO on the communicator and orders him to have R2 shut down all garbage compactors in the detention level. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 R2 complies just in time to save them.

Meanwhile, Vader informs Tarkin that he senses through the Force that Kenobi is aboard the station. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Tarkin is doubtful, but the discussion is soon interrupted by an emergency report — Princess Leia has escaped! Vader tells a shocked and bewildered Tarkin the true explanation for Leia’s impossible escape — "Obi Wan is here. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The Force is with him." Sensing that Obi Wan wishes a final showdown, Vader sets off to find him. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Unbeknownst to anyone, Kenobi has deactivated the tractor beam generator.

After their escape from the compactor, Luke and Han dispose of their Imperial uniforms, but keep the troopers’ utility belts and weapons. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 On their way back to the ship they’re cut off by more troops. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 They are split up, with Han and Chewbacca fighting together and Luke and Leia running on their own.

After being cornered between a great air shaft and a group of troopers, Luke shoots a blast door’s controls with his blaster, locking the troops on the other side of the door. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Unfortunately, the blast also destroys the controls that extend the bridge across the air shaft. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 After a gunfight with stormtroopers on the other side of the shaft, Luke uses a cable from his freshly confiscated Imperial utility belt to swing himself and Leia safely across the gorge.

Obi Wan, on his way back to the Falcon, encounters Vader. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 They exchange barbed comments, with Vader boasting to his former master that he is now so much more experienced and powerful than he was the last time they met, that the tables have now turned, with Vader the senior of the two, and Obi Wan replying that Vader’s turn to evil has made him oblivious to the Force’s true power. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 A ferocious lightsaber duel ensues.

Luke, Leia, Han and Chewbacca meet at the entrance to the docking bay. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The lightsaber duel on the other side of the bay distracts the troops guarding the ship, allowing the four of them, along with R2 and 3PO, to sneak across to board the Falcon. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 As Kenobi and Vader continue dueling, Kenobi informs Vader that if Vader strikes him down, he shall become even more powerful, beyond what Vader could possibly imagine. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Kenobi, seeing that the four heroes and two droids are safely boarding the Falcon, takes one last look from his comrade’s son to the man who betrayed him, and smilingly withdraws his saber, allowing Vader to slice through him. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 His body instantly disappears. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Vader is stunned & confused by this, as he determines that no one is in Kenobi’s now-empty cloak on the floor. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke, appalled by the sight of his mentor being struck down by Vader, lets out a shout of horror, alerting all of the troops to their presence. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Another firefight immediately erupts, and they barely make it aboard the ship with their lives, but Luke stays behind, attempting to shoot every Imperial soldier in the hangar, despite his friends urging him to join them on the ship so they can escape. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Finally, he relents, hearing Obi Wan’s voice telling him to run, as Vader catches a glimpse of him through a rapidly closing set of blast doors. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 When the Falcon flies out of the docking bay, the Imperials are unable to activate the tractor beam, thanks to Kenobi.

Having blasted their way out of the station’s defense range, they are confronted by four Imperial fighters. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke and Han man two large gun turrets on the top and bottom of the Falcon and manage to destroy all four ships. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Han starts to boast to Leia about his amazing abilities during her rescue. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 She insists that the Empire let them escape in order to track them to the Rebel base. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Han is doubtful of that as she explains to Han that R2 is carrying the technical readouts to the Death Star. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 She has high hopes that when the data is analyzed, a weakness can be found in the station.

Back aboard the station, Leia’s fears are confirmed as Vader and Tarkin discuss their plan to track the Falcon to the hidden Rebel base. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The Falcon makes it to the base, located on one of the moons (Moon 4) of the gas planet Yavin. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke meets up with an old friend, now a Rebel pilot, named Biggs (Garrick Hagon), who used to fly with Luke on Tatooine. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 After R2′s data is analyzed, it is determined that the Death Star does indeed have a weakness that can be exploited. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 It requires Rebel fighters to fly down a trench on the Death Star’s surface and fire proton torpedoes into a small exhaust port that is only two meters wide. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Several pilots are skeptical about succeeding, but Luke is confident that the task can be accomplished, noting that he used to shoot at animal targets on Tatooine which were not much bigger than two meters.

The Rebels set out to attack the Death Star just as the station enters the Yavin system. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The Death Star will have to orbit to Yavin’s far side in order to have a shot at the moon on which the base is located. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The approximately 30 Rebel fighters have less than 30 minutes to fly to the station and destroy it.

Having apparently collected his 10,000 credits reward for helping Leia escape from the Death Star, Han refuses to join the fight, stating that his reward will be useless if he is killed, and that he would rather take his money and go pay off his debts. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke is disappointed, but boards his fighter and takes off, right after R2 is loaded into the rear of the fighter for technical assistance. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Upon departure, he hears what sounds like Obi Wan’s voice speaking to him, saying "The Force will be with you." He quickly dismisses it.

The Rebel fighters storm the Death Star, and one group breaks off to start their attack run down the trench. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Vader is informed that Imperial turbo-lasers are having trouble targeting the small rebel ships, so he orders squadrons of Imperial fighters sent to intercept and destroy the ships. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 They take out all the ships in the trench, before the Rebel fighters have a chance to take a shot at the exhaust port. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 On board the station, Vader recruits two Imperial pilots to escort him as he boards his Tie Advanced x1 fighter to join the dogfight outside. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 It quickly becomes obvious that Vader is an extremely skilled fighter pilot, as he calmly destroys many Rebel fighters in methodical order, one at a time.

Another small group of fighters starts an attack run down the trench. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 As they approach the exhaust port, the lead ship turns on his targeting computer as two other ships cover his tail from enemy fire. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The escorting ships are destroyed, but they enable the lead ship to take a shot at the exhaust port. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 His shot misses. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Moments later he loses an engine to Vader’s gunnery and his fighter spirals into the surface of the station.

With most of the Rebel fighters destroyed, Luke decides that it is now his responsibility to try to destroy the port. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 R2 is preoccupied trying to keep the ship running, despite all of the damage they are sustaining. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 With Biggs and another pilot named Wedge (Denis Lawson) flying his wing, they start down the trench. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Moments later, they are pursued by Vader and his wingmen, who partially disable Wedge’s ship. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke tells Wedge to head home, seeing that he can’t be of any help in a crippled ship. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Wedge withdraws, and Vader and his men continue to pursue the two ships in the trench. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Vader fires again, hitting Biggs’ ship and destroying it. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke is grieved by the loss of his friend, but presses on.

As Luke gets closer to his target, he hears the voice of Obi Wan, repeatedly telling him to "use the Force" and rely on his instincts more than the technology in his ship. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke switches off his targeting computer and continues flying down the trench. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 When asked by the squadron commander why he switched off the computer, Luke responds that nothing is wrong.

Meanwhile, the Death Star has completed its run around Yavin and is now cleared to fire on the Rebel moon. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The countdown for the firing sequence begins. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Tarkin, despite being warned of the danger from the Rebel attack, scoffs at evacuation and insists the Empire will prevail. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 He remains on the station while some of the Imperial officers and troops evacuate as a precaution.

As Luke draws on the power of the Force to help him hit his target, Vader senses the strength of the Force in his prey. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 He takes a shot, which misses the ship but hits R2D2. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Just as he locks on to Luke’s ship to finish him off, one of his wingmen’s ships explodes unexpectedly. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Out of nowhere appears the Millennium Falcon, which has just destroyed the Imperial fighter – diving vertically down towards Vader & the remaining wingman. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 This sudden turn of events distracts the second wingman just long enough for him to lose control of his ship and crash into Vader’s. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 This sends the wingman’s ship smashing against the trench wall, destroying it, and sends Vader’s ship spinning out of control, up and away from the Death Star.

Han informs Luke that he is all clear to fire. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke, having drawn upon the power of the Force, releases his proton torpedoes, which enter the exhaust port perfectly. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Luke, the Falcon and a few other fighters race away from the Death Star, just as the Death Star prepares to fire on the moon. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Only seconds before the station fires, it explodes into a huge fireball, sending millions of fragments into space. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Tarkin, Motti, Tagge, and most of the senior Imperial staff are killed.

Vader, having been thrown into space during his collision with the wingman, is now apparently the only one to have escaped the station’s destruction. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 He eventually manages to regain control of his wildly gyrating fighter, and when he finally stabilizes, he flies off to meet the Imperial Fleet as the Rebels head home to their base. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Upon reaching the base, Luke is thrilled to see that Han returned to help him out. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Leia is thrilled to see both of her friends alive. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 And everyone is ecstatic that the Death Star has been destroyed. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Their celebration is briefly interrupted as R2 is pulled from Luke’s ship. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 He is heavily damaged from Vader’s gunfire, and does not respond to C-3PO. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The golden robot is terribly concerned, but Luke and 2 mechanics assure him that R2 is repairable and will be fine.

Later, an awards ceremony is held in a huge hall. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Hundreds of Rebel soldiers, officers, and pilots are present. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 A door at the rear of the hall opens to reveal Luke, Han, and Chewbacca. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 They walk down the aisle to where Leia awaits, along with several Rebel leaders and dignitaries.

Also present are a freshly polished C-3PO and a freshly overhauled and looking better-than-new R2-D2. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Upon reaching the front of the great hall, Luke and Han are awarded medals for bravery by Princess Leia. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 The hall erupts into thunderous applause.

 

FullCast & Crew


Produced By: Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) Free Film Stream HD

  • Gary Kurtz known as producer
  • George Lucas known as executive producer
  • Rick McCallum known as producer (1997 special edition)

Watch Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) Free Full Film Watch Online FullCast & Crew:

  • Mark Hamill known as Luke Skywalker
  • Harrison Ford known as Han Solo
  • Carrie Fisher known as Princess Leia Organa
  • Peter Cushing known as Grand Moff Tarkin
  • Alec Guinness known as Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • Anthony Daniels known as C-3PO
  • Kenny Baker known as R2-D2
  • Peter Mayhew known as Chewbacca
  • David Prowse known as Darth Vader
  • Phil Brown known as Uncle Owen
  • Shelagh Fraser known as Aunt Beru
  • Jack Purvis known as Chief Jawa
  • Alex McCrindle known as General Dodonna
  • Eddie Byrne known as General Willard
  • Drewe Henley known as Red Leader (as Drewe Hemley)
  • Denis Lawson known as Red Two (Wedge) (as Dennis Lawson)
  • Garrick Hagon known as Red Three (Biggs)
  • Jack Klaff known as Red Four (John D.)
  • William Hootkins known as Red Six (Porkins)
  • Angus MacInnes known as Gold Leader (as Angus Mcinnis)
  • Jeremy Sinden known as Gold Two
  • Graham Ashley known as Gold Five
  • Don Henderson known as General Taggi
  • Richard LeParmentier known as General Motti
  • Leslie Schofield known as Commander #1
  • David Ankrum known as Red Two (voice) (uncredited)
  • Mark Austin known as Boba Fett (special edition) (uncredited)
  • Scott Beach known as Stormtrooper (voice) (uncredited)
  • Lightning Bear known as Stormtrooper (uncredited)
  • Jon Berg known as Cantina Alien (uncredited)
  • Doug Beswick known as Cantina Alien (uncredited)
  • Paul Blake known as Greedo (uncredited)
  • Janice Burchette known as Nabrun Leids (uncredited)
  • Ted Burnett known as Wuher (uncredited)
  • John Chapman known as Drifter (Red 12) (uncredited)
  • Gilda Cohen known as Cantina Patron (uncredited)
  • Tim Condren known as Stormtrooper (uncredited)
  • Barry Copping known as Wioslea (uncredited)
  • Alfie Curtis known as Dr. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Evazan (uncredited)
  • Robert Davies known as Cantina Patron (uncredited)
  • Maria De Aragon known as Greedo (uncredited)
  • Robert A. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Denham known as Hrchek Kal Fas (uncredited)
  • Frazer Diamond known as Jawa (uncredited)
  • Peter Diamond known as Stormtrooper / Tusken Raider / Death Star Trooper / Garouf Lafoe (uncredited)
  • Warwick Diamond known as Jawa (uncredited)
  • Sadie Eden known as Garindan (uncredited)
  • Kim Falkinburg known as Djas Puhr (uncredited)
  • Harry Fielder known as Death Star Trooper (uncredited)
  • Ted Gagliano known as Stormtrooper with Binoculars (uncredited)
  • Salo Gardner known as Cantina Patron (uncredited)
  • Steve Gawley known as Death Star Trooper (uncredited)
  • Barry Gnome known as Kabe (uncredited)
  • Rusty Goffe known as Kabe / Jawa / GONK Droid (uncredited)
  • Isaac Grand known as Cantina Patron (uncredited)
  • Nelson Hall known as Stormtrooper (special edition) (uncredited)
  • Reg Harding known as Stormtrooper (uncredited)
  • Alan Harris known as Leia's Rebel Escort (uncredited)
  • Frank Henson known as Stormtrooper (uncredited)
  • Christine Hewett known as Brea Tonnika (uncredited)
  • Arthur Howell known as Stormtrooper (uncredited)
  • Tommy Ilsley known as Ponda Baba (uncredited)
  • Joe Johnston known as Death Star Trooper (uncredited)
  • Annette Jones known as Mosep (uncredited)
  • James Earl Jones known as Darth Vader (voice) (uncredited)
  • Linda Jones known as Chall Bekan (uncredited)
  • Joe Kaye known as Solomohal (uncredited)
  • Colin Michael Kitchens known as Stormtrooper (voice) (uncredited)
  • Melissa Kurtz known as Jawa (uncredited)
  • Tiffany L. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Kurtz known as Jawa (uncredited)
  • Al Lampert known as Daine Jir (uncredited)
  • Anthony Lang known as BoShek (uncredited)
  • Laine Liska known as Muftak / Cantina Band Member (uncredited)
  • Derek Lyons known as Temple Guard / Medal Bearer (uncredited)
  • Mahjoub known as Jawa (uncredited)
  • Alf Mangan known as Takeel (uncredited)
  • Rick McCallum known as Stormtrooper (special edition) (uncredited)
  • Grant McCune known as Death Star Gunner (uncredited)
  • Geoffrey Moon known as Cantina Patron (uncredited)
  • Mandy Morton known as Swilla Corey (uncredited)
  • Lorne Peterson known as Massassi Base Rebel Scout (uncredited)
  • Marcus Powell known as Rycar Ryjerd (uncredited)
  • Shane Rimmer known as InCom Engineer (uncredited)
  • Pam Rose known as Leesub Sirln (uncredited)
  • George Roubicek known as Cmdr. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Praji (Imperial Officer #2 on rebel ship) (uncredited)
  • Erica Simmons known as Tawss Khaa (uncredited)
  • Angela Staines known as Senni Tonnika (uncredited)
  • George Stock known as Cantina Patron (uncredited)
  • Roy Straite known as Cantina Patron (uncredited)
  • Peter Sturgeon known as Sai'torr Kal Fas (uncredited)
  • Peter Sumner known as Lt. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Pol Treidum (uncredited)
  • John Sylla known as Cantina Voices (voice) (uncredited)
  • Tom Sylla known as Massassi Outpost Announcer / Various Voices (voice) (uncredited)
  • Malcolm Tierney known as Lt. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Shann Childsen (uncredited)
  • Phil Tippett known as Cantina Alien (uncredited)
  • Burnell Tucker known as Del Goren (uncredited)
  • Morgan Upton known as Stormtrooper (voice) (uncredited)
  • Jerry Walter known as Stormtrooper (voice) (uncredited)
  • Hal Wamsley known as Jawa (uncredited)
  • Larry Ward known as Greedo (voice) (uncredited)
  • Diana Sadley Way known as Thuku (uncredited)
  • Harold Weed known as Ketwol / Melas (uncredited)
  • Bill Weston known as Stormtrooper (uncredited)
  • Steve 'Spaz' Williams known as Mos Eisley Citizen (special edition) (uncredited)
  • Fred Wood known as Cantina Patron (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department: Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977)
  • Rick Baker known as makeup: second unit
  • Doug Beswick known as makeup: second unit
  • Stuart Freeborn known as makeup supervisor
  • Rob Bottin known as assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Graham Freeborn known as special makeup effects crew (uncredited)
  • Kay Freeborn known as makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Nick Maley known as special makeup effects crew: Cantina sequence (uncredited)
  • Patricia McDermott known as hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Charles E. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Parker known as special makeup effects crew: Cantina sequence (uncredited)
  • Christopher Tucker known as special makeup effects crew: Cantina sequence (uncredited)

Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) Art Department:

  • Frank Bruton known as property master
  • Leon Ericksen known as art director: second unit (as Leon Erickson)
  • Al Locatelli known as art director: second unit
  • Ralph McQuarrie known as production illustrator
  • Alan Roderick-Jones known as assistant to production designer
  • John Alvin known as poster artist (uncredited)
  • Gerry Bourke known as props (uncredited)
  • Richard Brown known as carpenter (uncredited)
  • Peter Childs known as draughtsman (uncredited)
  • John Chisholm known as prop man (uncredited)
  • Ron Cobb known as conceptual creature designer (uncredited)
  • Steve Cooper known as set designer (uncredited)
  • Tom Jung known as poster artist (uncredited)
  • Tom Jung known as poster designer (uncredited)
  • Aaron L. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Lucas known as art department production assistant (uncredited)
  • Kieron Mcnamara known as props (uncredited)
  • Liz Moore known as sculptor (uncredited)
  • Brian Muir known as sculptor (uncredited)
  • Tony Musk known as carpenter (uncredited)
  • Drew Struzan known as poster artist (uncredited)
  • Bill Welch known as construction manager (uncredited)

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Company

Watch Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) Free Full Film Watch Online Production Companies:

  • Lucasfilm (as A Lucasfilm Ltd. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Production)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

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  • London Symphony Orchestra, The (LSO)  music performed by (as the London Symphony Orchestra)
  • Praxis Film Works  composite optical photography: miniature and optical effects unit (as Praxis)
  • Image West Ltd.  computer animation and graphic displays: miniature and optical effects unit (as Image West)
  • Van der Veer Photo Effects  additional optical effects: miniature and optical effects unit (as Van Der Veer Photo Effects)
  • Ray Mercer & Company  additional optical effects: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Modern Film Effects  additional optical effects: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Master Film Effects  additional optical effects: miniature and optical effects unit
  • DePatie-Freleng Enterprises (DFE)  additional optical effects: miniature and optical effects unit (as De Patie-Freleng Enterprises Inc.)
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound post-production (as Dolby System) (uncredited)
  • American Zoetrope  post-production completed at (as American Zoetrope, San Francisco, California)
  • Samuel Goldwyn Studios  rerecording at (as Samuel Goldwyn Studios, Los Angeles, California)
  • Tunisian Government, The  the producers wish to thank: for their cooperation (as the government of Tunisia)
  • Instituto de Antropología e Historia  the producers wish to thank: for their cooperation (as the Institute of Anthropology and History of Guatemala)
  • Skywalker Sound  special edition digital remastering provided by (as SKYWALKER SOUND a Lucas Digital Ltd. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Company) (1997 special edition)
  • Pacific Title  optical restoration (1997 special edition)
  • YCM Laboratories  film restoration by (1997 special edition)
  • RCA Victor  soundtrack available on (1997 special edition)
  • Ballantine Books  novelization available from (1997 special edition)
  • Lucasfilm THX / TAP Theater Alignment Program  quality assurance services were provided by (as the THX Theatre Alignment Program) (1997 special edition)
  • 20th Century Fox Records  soundtrack released on (1977-1982)
  • Anvil Recording Studios  music recorded at (as Anvil Recording Studios, Denham, England)
  • Audiolink Radio Communications  walkie talkies (uncredited)
  • Cedar DH-1  de-hissing processing by (1997 special edition)
  • Ford Motor Company, Lincoln/Mercury Division  sponsoring (as Lincoln Mercury) (television airing) (uncredited)
  • HHB Communications  de-hissing processing by (as HHB Communications Inc.) (1997 special edition)
  • IVC  digital mastering (uncredited)
  • Lee Lighting  grip and lighting equipment (uncredited)
  • Lowry Digital Images  digital restoration (2004 re-release)
  • Polydor  soundtrack released on (1986-1992)
  • RSO Records  soundtrack released on (1982-1986)
  • Reeltime Creative  trailer music (uncredited)
  • Sony Classical  soundtrack released by (2004 re-release)
  • THX Sound System Theatre  mixed & recorded in a
  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Scores  soundtrack released on (1994-1997, as part of the "Star Wars Trilogy" soundtracks box set)
  • U.S. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Department of the Interior National Park Service  the producers wish to thank: for their cooperation (as the National Park Service, U.S. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Department of the Interior)

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  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (2005) (Netherlands) (DVD) (special edition)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray) (The Complete Saga)
  • YLE Teema (2005) (Finland) (TV)
  • Yleisradio (YLE) (1996) (Finland) (TV)

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Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) Free Film Stream HD Special Effects:

  • Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) (uncredited)

Watch Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) Free Full Film Watch Online Visual Effects by:

  • Julie Adrianson-Neary known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Julie Neary)
  • Richard Alexander known as camera and mechanical design: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Karen Ansel known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Caleb Aschkynazo known as optical camera assistant: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Greg Auer known as miniature explosions: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Mark Austin known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Al Bailey known as digital plate restoration artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Alan Bailey)
  • Scott Balcerek known as assistant visual effects editor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Douglas Barnett known as special mechanical equipment: miniature and optical effects unit
  • David Beasley known as model builder: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Adam Beckett known as animation and rotoscope design: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Jon Berg known as stop motion animation: miniature and optical effects unit
  • David Berry known as optical printer operator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • John Andrew Berton Jr. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 known as computer graphics supervisor: ILM (1997 special edition) (as John Berton)
  • Robert Blalack known as composite optical photography: (Praxis : miniature and optical effects unit)
  • Rod G. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Bogart known as software development: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Rod Bogart)
  • Scott Bonnenfant known as digital plate restoration artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Ronn Brown known as digital production assistant: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Chris Bushman known as optical supervisor (1997 special edition)
  • Colin Cantwell known as additional spacecraft design: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Dave Carson known as visual effects supervisor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Chris Casady known as animator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Amelia Chenoweth known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Terry Chostner known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Larry Cuba known as computer animation and graphic displays: miniature and optical effects unit
  • David Deuber known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Natasha Devaud known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • David Dozoretz known as animatics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Patricia Rose Duignan known as production staff: miniature and optical effects unit
  • John Dykstra known as special photographic effects supervisor
  • Selwyn Eddy known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Selwyn Eddy III)
  • Richard Edlund known as first cameraman: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Harrison Ellenshaw known as matte artist: miniature and optical effects unit (as P.S. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Ellenshaw)
  • TyRuben Ellingson known as visual effects art director: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Ty Ruben Ellingson)
  • Jonathan Erland known as model builder: miniature and optical effects unit (as Jon Erland)
  • Phillip Feiner known as optical supervisor (1997 special edition)
  • Steve Gawley known as model builder: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Lyn Gerry known as animator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Howard Gersh known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Paul Giacoppo known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Ned Gorman known as visual effects producer: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Bruce Green known as assistant editor: opticals (as Bruce Michael Green)
  • Jerry Greenwood known as special mechanical equipment: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Grant Guenin known as Sabre artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Joanne Hafner known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • James Hagedorn known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Carol Hayden known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Matthew Hendershot known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Matt Hendershot)
  • Kela Hicks known as digital production assistant: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Guy Hudson known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Paul Huston known as digital matte artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Paul Huston known as model builder: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Cindy Isman known as film librarian: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Joe Johnston known as effects illustrator and designer: miniature and optical effects unit (as Joseph Johnston)
  • David Jones known as model builder: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Doug Jones known as negative supervisor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Tom Kennedy known as visual effects producer: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Forest Key known as assistant visual effects editor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Mark Kline known as production staff: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Brian Knep known as software development: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • John Knoll known as visual effects supervisor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Peter Kuran known as animator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Angela Leaper known as assistant visual effects editor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Joe Letteri known as visual effects supervisor: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Joseph Letteri)
  • Stewart Lew known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Mary M. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Lind known as film control coordinator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Bruce Logan known as second unit photography: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Nancy Luckoff known as CG resource manager: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Nancy Jill Luckoff)
  • Margaret B. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Lynch known as visual effects coordinator: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Margaret Lynch)
  • Jodie Maier known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Greg Maloney known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Pamela Malouf known as film librarian: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Stuart T. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Maschwitz known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Stuart Maschwitz)
  • Bill Mather known as digital matte artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (as William Mather)
  • George E. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Mather known as production supervisor: miniature and optical effects unit
  • C. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Cory M. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 McCrum-Abdo known as film librarian: miniature and optical effects unit (as Connie McCrum)
  • David McCue known as optical printer operator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Grant McCune known as chief model maker: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Dan McNamara known as Sabre group supervisor: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Daniel McNamara)
  • Ralph McQuarrie known as planet and satellite artist: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Gary Meyer known as production engineering: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Fred Meyers known as production engineering: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Alvah J. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Miller known as electronics design: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Marty Luigi Miramontez known as production engineering: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Marty Miramontez)
  • Mark Moore known as visual effects art director: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • John C. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Moulds known as optical camera assistant: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Dennis Muren known as second cameraman: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Dennis Muren known as visual effects supervisor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Joe Murray known as second unit director & cameraman: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Ron Nathan known as production staff: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Bruce Nicholson known as optical camera assistant: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Bruce Nicholson known as visual effects supervisor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Kerry Nordquist known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Masaaki Norihiro known as special components assistant: miniature and optical effects unit (as Masaaki Norihoro)
  • Dan O'Bannon known as computer animation and graphic displays: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Scott Pasko known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Rhonda Peck known as production staff: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Richard Pecorella known as optical printer operator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Lorne Peterson known as model builder: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Joshua Pines known as digital scanning supervisor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Eleanor Porter known as special components assistant: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Ken Ralston known as assistant cameraman: miniature and optical effects unit (as Kenneth Ralston)
  • Eldon Rickman known as optical printer operator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • David Robman known as assistant cameraman: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Corey Rosen known as digital plate restoration artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Michael Ross known as animator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Paul Roth known as optical photography coordinator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Christian Rouet known as software development: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • David Scott known as special mechanical equipment: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Jonathan Seay known as animator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Alex Seiden known as visual effects supervisor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Robert Shepherd known as production manager: miniature and optical effects unit (as Bob Shepherd)
  • Jamie Shourt known as special components: miniature and optical effects unit (as James Shourt)
  • William Shourt known as camera and mechanical design: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Douglas Smith known as assistant cameraman: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Gary Smith known as optical camera assistant: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Damian Steel known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • David Tanaka known as visual effects editor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Chad Taylor known as Sabre artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Danny Gordon Taylor known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Danny Taylor)
  • Jay Teitzell known as computer animation and graphic displays: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Bert Terreri known as optical camera assistant: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Paul Theren known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Lon Tinney known as production manager: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Phil Tippett known as stop motion animation: miniature and optical effects unit (as Philip Tippett)
  • Lisa Todd known as visual effects coordinator: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • James Tooley known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Suzie Vissitzky Tooley known as CG production manager: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Suzie Vissotzky Tooley)
  • Christopher Townsend known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Chris Townsend)
  • Donna Tracy known as optical camera assistant: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Don Trumbull known as camera and mechanical design: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Yusei Uesugi known as digital matte artist: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Lam Van To known as CG resource manager: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • James Van Trees Jr. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 known as optical printer operator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Bruce Vecchitto known as digital color timing supervisor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Joe Viskocil known as miniature explosions: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Tim Waddy known as computer graphics artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Timothy Waddy)
  • John C. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Wash known as computer animation and graphic displays: miniature and optical effects unit (as John Wash)
  • Jim Wells known as optical camera assistant: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Stephen Williams known as visual effects supervisor: ILM (1997 special edition)
  • Diana Wilson known as animator: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Vicky Witt known as optical camera assistant: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Stuart Ziff known as special mechanical equipment: miniature and optical effects unit
  • Rita E. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 Zimmerman known as Sabre artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (as Rita Zimmerman)
  • Les Bowie known as visual effects (uncredited)
  • Daniel Brimer known as digital effects resource assistant: ILM (1997 special edition) (uncredited)
  • Ronn Brown known as digital matte artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (uncredited)
  • Beth D'Amato known as digital paint and roto lead: ILM (1997 special edition) (uncredited)
  • Fon Davis known as model maker: ILM (1997 special edition) (uncredited)
  • Sheena Duggal known as Inferno artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (uncredited)
  • Dave Gregory known as optical effects lineup & plotting: Ray Mercer & Co. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope 1977 (uncredited)
  • Aaron Haye known as model maker: ILM (1997 special edition) (uncredited)
  • Jennifer Law-Stump known as digital effects artist: Pacific Title Digital (1997 special edition) (uncredited)
  • Laine Liska known as model effects (uncredited)
  • Tom Martinek known as senior digital effects artist: ILM (1997 special edition) (uncredited)
  • Todd Mitchell known as scanning operator: ILM (1997 special edition) (uncredited)
  • Barry Nolan known as effects animator (uncredited)
  • Olivier Sarda known as digital compositor (1997 special edition) (uncredited)
  • Nina Saxon known as effects animator (uncredited)
  • Nelson Shin known as animator: lightsaber (uncredited)
  • Denise Shurtleff known as visual effects production assistant (uncredited)
  • Chris Silagyi known as matte painter (uncredited)
  • Jeff Wells known as digital effects artist: Pacific Title Digital (1997 special edition) (uncredited)

Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) Film Streaming HD Copyright Holder:

MPAA: Rated PG for sci-fi violence and brief mild language

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