Star Wars: A Look Inside

Over time, some movies, such as Star Wars (1977), have garnered so much attention and success that they earn a near legendary status. That being said, it is always fun to take a look inside and get a glimpse of how much fun, as well as hard work, the filmmakers experienced during their production. So, below are some pictures that show the more casual side to the making of Star Wars. Also, take a look at director Irvin Kershner‘s personal script notes from The Empire Strikes Back (1980).

And speaking of legendary, jump to the bottom to see an awesome infographic detailing just how influential the Star Wars Franchise has been…

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About Robert Nyerges

Robert Nyerges is a filmmaker currently working in the Los Angeles, CA.
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2 Responses to Star Wars: A Look Inside

  1. Ani Fardreamer says:

    Reblogged this on That Galaxy Far, Far Away.

  2. Alex Nyerges says:

    I watched it twice in the summer of 1977 in Denver while taking a weekend break from working in Eastern Colorado… one of the greatest films ever… Way to go Robert…

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