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This and This and This All Bloody because of Politics

1. The one that was bought with dirt Is this and this and this to end it all

Harrison Ford  as  Han Solo : a cynical smuggler hired by Obi-Wan and Luke to take them to  Alderaan  in his ship, the   Millennium Falcon  , co-piloted with  Chewbacca .  Lucas initially rejected casting Ford for the role, as he "wanted new faces"; Ford had previously worked with the director on   American Graffiti  . Instead, Lucas asked the actor to assist in the auditions by reading lines with the other actors and explaining the concepts and history behind the scenes that they were reading. Lucas was eventually won over by Ford's portrayal and cast him instead of  Kurt Russell ,  Nick Nolte , [6]   Sylvester Stallone , [7]   Bill Murray , [8]  [9]   Christopher Walken ,  Burt Reynolds ,  Jack Nicholson ,  Al Pacino ,  Steve Martin ,  Chevy Chase ,  Billy Dee Williams  (who later played  Lando Calrissian  in the sequels), or  Perry King  (who later played Han Solo in  the radio plays ).

It could be built around it, and it stretches back in it, the one and in all words the fact of it. This one is the one that could make it live through their labor, and in that way is he not the same one who carries the whole world with him and his face.

bababadalgharaghtakamminarronnkonnbronntonnerronntuonnthunntrovarrhounawnskawntoohoohoordenenthurnuk! In that place goes his ideas, the ideas of soup that is where this one came from. It is charity for all.

2. Nothing is fixed, this one could not be it, yet it could not be a happy god

Mark Hamill  as  Luke Skywalker : a young man raised by his aunt and uncle on  Tatooine , who dreams of something more than his current life and learns the way of a  Jedi .  Lucas favored casting young actors who lacked long experience. To play Luke (then known as Luke Starkiller), Lucas sought actors who could project intelligence and integrity. While reading for the character, Hamill found the dialogue to be extremely odd because of its universe-embedded concepts. He chose to simply read it sincerely, and he was selected instead of  William Katt , who was subsequently cast in the  Brian De Palma -directed   Carrie   (Lucas shared a joint casting session with De Palma, a longtime friend).   Peter Mayhew  as  Chewbacca : a 200-year-old  Wookiee , Han Solo's sidekick, and first mate of the  Millennium Falcon .  Mayhew learned of a casting call for  Star Wars , which was filming in London, and decided to audition. The 7 feet 3 inches (2.21 m) tall actor was immediately cast as Chewbacca after he stood up to greet Lucas. [5]  [22]  He said, "I sat down on one of the sofas, waiting for George. Door opened, and George walked in with Gary behind him. So, naturally, what did I do? I'm raised in England. Soon as someone comes in through the door, I stand up. George goes 'Hmm [looked up].' Virtually turned to Gary, and said 'I think we've found him.'" [5]  He was actually eligible for either of the two roles: Chewbacca or Darth Vader. He chose the former because he wanted to play a hero; British actor David Prowse took the other. [22]  Mayhew modeled his performance of Chewbacca after the mannerisms of animals he saw at public  zoos .   Alec Guinness  as  Obi-Wan "Ben" Kenobi : an aging  Jedi Master  and former mentor of  Darth Vader  who introduces Luke to the Force.  Lucas's decision to cast "unknowns" was not taken favorably by his friend  Francis Ford Coppola  and the studio. Lucas needed an established actor to play the important Obi-Wan Kenobi character. Producer  Gary Kurtz  said, "The Alec Guinness role required a certain stability and gravitas as a character... which meant we needed a very, very strong character actor to play that part." [5]  Before Guinness was cast, Japanese actor  Toshiro Mifune  (who starred in  Akira Kurosawa 's   The Hidden Fortress  ) was considered for the role. [6]  [14]  According to Mifune's daughter, Mika Kitagawa, her father turned down Lucas' offers for Kenobi and Darth Vader because "he was concerned about how the film would look and that it would cheapen the image of samurai... At the time, sci-fi movies still looked quite cheap as the effects were not advanced and he had a lot of samurai pride." [15]  Guinness was one of the few cast members who believed that the film would be successful; he negotiated a deal for 2% of the one-fifth gross  royalties  paid to George Lucas, which made him quite wealthy in later life. He agreed to take the part of Kenobi on the condition that he would not have to do any publicity to promote the film. [16]  Lucas credited him with inspiring the cast and crew to work harder, saying that Guinness contributed significantly to the completion of the filming. [17]  Harrison Ford said, "It was, for me, fascinating to watch Alec Guinness. He was always prepared, always professional, always very kind to the other actors. He had a very clear head about how to serve the story." [5]    Mark Hamill  as  Luke Skywalker : a young man raised by his aunt and uncle on  Tatooine , who dreams of something more than his current life and learns the way of a  Jedi .  Lucas favored casting young actors who lacked long experience. To play Luke (then known as Luke Starkiller), Lucas sought actors who could project intelligence and integrity. While reading for the character, Hamill found the dialogue to be extremely odd because of its universe-embedded concepts. He chose to simply read it sincerely, and he was selected instead of  William Katt , who was subsequently cast in the  Brian De Palma -directed   Carrie   (Lucas shared a joint casting session with De Palma, a longtime friend). [5]  [6]    Harrison Ford  as  Han Solo : a cynical smuggler hired by Obi-Wan and Luke to take them to  Alderaan  in his ship, the   Millennium Falcon  , co-piloted with  Chewbacca .  Lucas initially rejected casting Ford for the role, as he "wanted new faces"; Ford had previously worked with the director on   American Graffiti  . Instead, Lucas asked the actor to assist in the auditions by reading lines with the other actors and explaining the concepts and history behind the scenes that they were reading. Lucas was eventually won over by Ford's portrayal and cast him instead of  Kurt Russell ,  Nick Nolte , [6]   Sylvester Stallone , [7]   Bill Murray , [8]  [9]   Christopher Walken ,  Burt Reynolds ,  Jack Nicholson ,  Al Pacino ,  Steve Martin ,  Chevy Chase ,  Billy Dee Williams  (who later played  Lando Calrissian  in the sequels), or  Perry King  (who later played Han Solo in  the radio plays ). [5]  [10]    Carrie Fisher  as  Princess Leia : a member of the Imperial Senate and a leader of the  Rebel Alliance .

Sitting up there and moving through the sky, well, we all know that had been the basics, and there it was, making it unbasic. Then the happy god made it their sky, moving like they could not move before smiling. Oh yes that could not be.

3. The bleak needed only the light of it for while

David Prowse  as  Darth Vader  (voiced by  James Earl Jones ): A  Sith  lord, second in command of the  Galactic Empire , who hopes to destroy the Rebel Alliance.  Lucas originally intended for  Orson Welles  to voice Vader (after dismissing using Prowse's own voice due to his English  West Country  accent, leading to the rest of the cast nicknaming him "Darth Farmer"). [21]  After deciding that Welles' voice would be too recognizable, he cast the lesser-known James Earl Jones instead

All of the ones that noted the bleakness of why this pain of humanity was needed thought yes it will be theirs again with its lost way of the last spot, and where did it come from and where did they come from.

 

 

That guy from One Direction came to a sad realization

Oh no its just me and this Lady alone in this street

Oh no its just me and this Lady alone in this street

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