Return of the Jedi at hour 1 and 57 minutes, you will see in Darth Vader one of the most incredible details of the film

Return of the Jedi at hour 1 and 57 minutes, you will see in Darth Vader one of the most incredible details of the film
Return of the Jedi at hour 1 and 57 minutes, you will see in Darth Vader one of the most incredible details of the film

Palpatine’s rays allow us to differentiate the bones and mechanical parts inside Vader

The Star Wars franchise is loaded to the brim with details, references and even Easter eggs to other stories like Indiana Jones and E.T., among other. Just with movies and series we would have enough to fill several publications, so imagine if we added video games, comics, books and other works.

I have seen the films of the first two Star Wars trilogies more than a dozen times (I can’t say the same about the third) and despite this I continue to discover incredible details thanks to the community. The protagonist of this publication belongs to Star Wars: Return of the Jedi of 1983.

The Time Capsule Tales Twitter user shared a while ago a very curious fact that he didn’t know… although it was complicated because it requires stopping the movie at a very, very exact moment. If you stop Return of the Jedi at 1:57:00 (according to Disney Plus) you can see an x-ray of Darth Vader’s body.

Palpatine’s lightning bolts reveal Darth Vader’s interior in one or two very specific frames. During them, you can distinguish the bones from the mechanical parts that his body needs to stay alive. The respirator and several metal vertebrae can be clearly seen. Remember that Anakin was left behind after the confrontation with Obi-Wan on Mustafa.

And in case this curiosity is not enough for you, the tweet from Time Capsule Tales is a response to another from Historic Vids, who shared a video in which we can see what the last meeting of Darth Vader and Obi-Wan Kenobi in their series sounds like. of Star Wars dubbed into Japanese. There is no waste!

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