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This is a partial list of scenes (some filmed, some in animatic form or merely considered) that weren't included in any film version of the prequel trilogy, original trilogy or sequel trilogy. Some were cut due to time constraints, while others simply didn't fit into the flow of the story. Deleted scenes for the prequels would be featured on the second disc of their original DVD releases, but most of the original trilogy deleted scenes wouldn't be released until the 2011 Blu-ray release.

The Phantom MenaceEdit

  • Trash Talking Droids On board the Trade Federation starship, droids discuss the arrival of the Republic cruiser. (Blu-ray scene)
  • When ambassadors Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi are led into the Trade Federation conference room, some exotic bird-like creatures are singing in a cage near the door. When the Jedi notice the room is filling with deadly gas, the creatures drop dead in their cage as a cue that danger is literally in the air.
  • The Waterfall Sequence Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan, and Jar Jar escape their bongo before it goes over a waterfall. (DVD scene)
  • Jar Jar becoming disoriented, being flung onto the walls and tumbling numerous times in the skiff's lower level.
  • Jar Jar juggling equipment in Watto's shop.
  • Extended scenes from Watto's Junkyard.
  • R2-D2 shows that he has booster rockets.[1] (These would later be shown in Episodes II and III.)
  • Scenes showcasing Anakin Skywalker's precognitive powers.
  • Dawn Before the Race Padmé waking Anakin the morning of the podrace. (DVD scene)
  • Extended Podrace Wager Qui-Gon tries more diligently to expand the wager to include Shmi. (Blu-ray scene)
  • Complete Podrace Grid Sequence takes place before the podrace, beyond that seen in the film. (DVD scene)
  • Extended Podrace Lap 2 (DVD scene, partially reincorporated into film)
  • Anakin's Scuffle with Greedo Anakin has a fight with Greedo, who claimed he cheated. Qui-Gon breaks it up. (DVD scene)
  • Farewell to Jira After saying farewell to Jira and giving her some credits, Qui-Gon destroys one of Darth Maul's probe droids following them. Qui-Gon and Anakin break into a run, explaining why they are running to the ship in the film. (DVD scene)
  • Battle on the Boarding Ramp Extended fight with Darth Maul on Tatooine, including Darth Maul jumping onto the ship's platform with Qui-Gon before falling off. (Blu-ray scene)
  • The Air Taxi Sequence About 10 seconds of additional footage on Coruscant. (DVD scene)
  • Bail Organa of Alderaan Bail Organa votes for No Confidence in Chancellor Valorum. (Bail would be recast as Jimmy Smits for Episode II, resulting in the renaming of the character portrayed by Adrian Dunbar to Bail Antilles.) (Blu-ray scene)
  • The Neimoidians escort Darth Maul on Naboo.
  • Numerous shots were cut from the Battle of Naboo, including the lightsaber duel in the Theed power generator. (Many of these can be briefly seen during some of the DVD documentaries.)
  • The Battle Is Over A Naboo soldier shows Padmé via viewscreen that the battle droids have been deactivated. (Blu-ray scene)

Most of these scenes made it to the novelization.

Attack of the ClonesEdit

  • Padmé Addresses the Senate Padmé speaks before the Senate and objects forcefully to the plans to create an army to fight against the Separatist movement. (DVD scene)
  • Extended Speeder Chase Anakin and Obi-Wan share a speeder while pursing Zam Wesell. Obi-Wan has to remove a flag that gets stuck in the speeder engine. (Blu-ray scene)
  • Jedi Temple Analysis Room Obi-Wan has the Kamino saberdart analyzed in the Analysis Rooms in the Jedi Temple. (DVD scene)
  • The Lost Twenty Obi-Wan and Jocasta Nu discuss Count Dooku and the Lost Twenty. (Blu-ray scene)
  • Anakin's Nightmare En route to Naboo, Anakin begins having nightmares about his mother. (Blu-ray scene)
  • Obi-Wan and Mace- Jedi Landing Platform Obi-Wan and Mace discuss the mystery of the missing data on Kamino and Anakin's ability to protect Padmé while Obi-Wan boards his Jedi starfighter. (This is replaced in the film with a discussion between Obi-Wan, Mace and Yoda discussing it all together.) (DVD scene)
  • Extended Arrival on Naboo Anakin and Padmé walk with R2-D2 and discuss her time as Queen on Naboo. (DVD scene)
  • Padmé's Parents' House Padmé introduces Anakin to her family at her Naboo villa. (DVD scene)
  • Anakin and Ruwee Anakin walks with Ruwee in their garden. (The two can be seen through the window in the previous deleted scene.) (Blu-ray scene)
  • Padmé's Bedroom Padmé shows Anakin her bedroom, which has holographic images of her humanitarian work. (DVD scene)
  • On Tatooine, while Anakin is searching for his mother, Padmé finds a box of C-3PO's coverings, and at the droid's request, puts them on. (Lucas decided this took too much away from the main plot and re-shot earlier scenes involving C-3PO with him covered from the start. Apparently this scene was taken out relatively late, as Hasbro released a C-3PO action figure that included a box of parts to complete him. Ultimately, C-3PO would not get gold plates until the day Anakin was knighted.)
  • Dooku Interrogates Padmé Anakin and Padmé are brought before Count Dooku, Jango Fett and Poggle the Lesser and request Obi-Wan's release. Dooku says he cannot do so unless Naboo joins the Separatist movement, giving reasons for why he is forming the new government. (DVD scene)
  • Anakin and Padmé on Trial The couple is put on trial by Poggle the Lesser, who finds them guilty. (After the scene where they go before Count Dooku was dropped, this scene didn't make much sense and was dropped as well.) (DVD scene)
  • Raid on the Droid Control Ship and Extended Arena Fight (Blu-ray scene)
    • Raid on the Droid Control Ship Obi-Wan and Mace fight in the arena while Ki-Adi-Mundi, Plo Koon and several other Jedi raid one of the landed Droid Control Ships.
    • The Ground and Air Battles Continue After Mace beheads Jango, Ki-Adi-Mundi leads the raid of the Control Ship. Many other scenes of arena fighting are seen.
    • Droids Are Shut Down But Come Back On Anakin, Padmé and Mace discuss why the droids haven't been deactivated. Ki-Adi-Mundi overpowers the Neimoidians running the Control Ship and turns them off, providing respite in the arena. They then reactivate and continue battling. (Since Episode I, they have had an independent backup system.)
  • NR-N99 Persuader-class droid enforcers run over clones during the Battle of Geonosis.

The Clone WarsEdit

  • Through the Tanks Anakin and Ahsoka make their way past tanks using the crate, briefly losing it. (DVD scene)
  • Rancor Pit Anakin and Ahsoka (carrying Rotta) are confronted by Ventress and her battle droids. As she approaches them, R2 activates a trap door through which everyone drops into a pit. Anakin duels Ventress while Ahsoka cuts the droids down. Ahsoka then finds a way out, but unleashes a jungle rancor. Skywalker and Ventress fight on top of the beast until Ahsoka stabs it between the eyes, resulting in the rancor falling on Ventress. R2 then takes out the last battle droid, and they leave. Ventress stings the jungle rancor, making it jump up. (DVD scene)
  • Platform Droid Fight Anakin calls for a gunship. However, as it lands, it is shot down, and a vulture droid attacks. Ahsoka and Anakin fight the vulture droid until Anakin cuts off its head. (DVD scene)
  • Cargo Bay As Anakin, Ahsoka and Rotta escape aboard the Twilight, Anakin orders Ahsoka to empty the cargo bay. Ahsoka goes back there, where she begins to fall out but is able to hold on to a cable. The cargo then destroys several vulture droids, and Ahsoka uses her lightsaber to make the debris spread out to hit them. As Ahsoka returns to the cockpit, Anakin tells her that the bay doors were in front of her. (DVD scene)

Revenge of the SithEdit

  • Elevator Antics Anakin and Obi-Wan banter while waiting for the elevator upon the Invisible Hand. (Blu-ray scene)
  • Grievous Slaughters a Jedi: Escape from the General Anakin and Obi-Wan round a corner and find Jedi General Shaak Ti being held hostage by General Grievous and a large number of battle droids. Anakin and Obi-Wan are quickly surrounded by battle droids and Grievous pretends to show mercy to Shaak Ti, then he suddenly kills her with a well-placed Shiak strike to the chest. Almost immediately Anakin and Obi-Wan Kenobi draw their lightsabers and slice a hole in the floor after having a brief sign language argument over what method they should use to escape. They fall down into a Separatist fuel tank, the surrounding battle droids proceed to take aim, but the experienced Separatist commander orders his troops not to fire in order to prevent the fuel from ignition. B2 super battle droids follow the Jedi, but are unable to stop them from escaping. The fuel rises to an overload discharge spark gap and the section of the ship explodes. (This scene was left in in LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game however Shaak Ti is not present and the generator room is not flooded. Due to Shaak Ti's appearance in the final film, this scene is non-canon.) (DVD scene)
  • Extended duel with Count Dooku, including a scene where after Obi-Wan remarks "You won't get away this time, Dooku." Dooku responds by igniting his lightsaber and saying "Just because there are two of you, do not assume you have the advantage." The short scene where this line is heard is seen in the Episode III video game.
  • Changes to Constitution Palpatine presents legal changes meant to end the war to Anakin. (Blu-ray scene)
  • Rebel Alliance subplot - Three scenes featuring Bail Organa, Mon Mothma, Padmé Amidala, and other senators as they discuss the situation in the Senate and Palpatine's rise to power, and eventually establish the Rebel Alliance.
    • A Stirring in the Senate Bail's office (DVD scene)
    • Seeds of Rebellion Padmé's apartment (DVD scene)
    • Confronting the Chancellor The senators present the petition to Palpatine and Anakin, who is acting as his personal bodyguard. (DVD scene)
  • A Plot to Destroy the Jedi? Obi-Wan, Mace and Yoda meet in the Temple to discuss the darkness surrounding Chancellor Palpatine. (DVD scene)
  • Dialogue between Aayla Secura and Commander Bly, Plo Koon and Jag
  • Utapau Chase Animatics A longer pursuit between Obi-Wan and General Grevious. (Steven Spielberg oversaw the creation of the scene.) (Blu-ray scene)
  • Crazy Yoda and a Wookiee ambush
  • A scene where Obi-Wan visits with Padmé to discuss his concerns for Anakin. The scene was not completed as Anthony Daniels had fallen over while filming. The scene as filmed can be seen in the behind the scenes featurette, "C-3PO: His Moment to Shine". [2]
  • Extended duel between Obi-Wan and Anakin which shows why at one point in the movie Anakin is missing his lightsaber, Obi-Wan at one point uses it along with his own.
  • The Naboo star skiff shown flying off from Mustafar to Polis Massa (this scene was featured in the teaser trailer).
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi enters an Utapau Dragon Pen and selects Boga from several other Varactyls. His ride to Grievous' hangar is extended, and when the IG-100 MagnaGuards attack Obi-Wan, he fights them shortly and then crushes them with a section of the ceiling.
  • Extended Order 66 and Temple Purge shots, and others, in which the deaths of Barriss Offee, Luminara Unduli, Whie Malreaux, Bene and Cin Drallig are seen.
  • Anakin Kills Shaak Ti Skywalker enters the meditation chamber in which Shaak Ti is concentrating and proceeds to stab her in the back. This is the official depiction of her death.[3] (Blu-ray scene)
  • After being shot down by his troops, Obi-Wan evades a Nos monster in the depths of Utapau. The Nos Monster attacks several Republic seeker droids, while Obi-Wan sneaks past some baby Nos Monsters. ("The Nos Monster") This scene appears in the novelization only.
  • Jedi Imposters at the Temple When Obi-Wan and Yoda arrive at the Jedi Temple they find a group of clone troopers disguised as Jedi waiting outside. The two Jedi aren't fooled though and kill them all. (There is a similar situation in LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game. In the final movie, a reworked version of the scene appears, with the disguised clones being replaced by regular 501st Legion troopers, and with the short dialogue between the clones and Obi-Wan and Yoda omitted, instead going straight to the Jedi killing the clones.) (DVD scene)
  • Extended Separatist Slaughter, in which Wat Tambor is seen being killed by Darth Vader.
  • Yoda Communes with Qui-Gon Qui-Gon Jinn speaks to Yoda, who names himself Qui-Gon's apprentice. (Blu-ray scene)
  • Yoda Exiled to Dagobah Yoda arrives on Dagobah in the final montage. (DVD scene)

A New HopeEdit

Luke in the Desert/Tosche StationEdit

Luke Skywalker is in the Tatooine desert repairing a moisture vaporator, assisted by a WED Treadwell repair droid, when he notices shining objects in the sky. With his macrobinoculars Luke sees two ships engaged in combat beyond the atmosphere. He jumps into his landspeeder. The malfunctioning Treadwell blows a fuse and is unable to follow. Luke speeds off into the desert to find his friends. (This may have cut to the first film appearance of Darth Vader, although the scene is connected via circular wipe to the arrival at Tosche Station on the Blu-ray deleted scenes.)

Luke's landspeeder races into the town of Anchorhead, nearly running over an old woman. Luke rushes into Tosche Station excitedly telling his friends about the battle above their planet. He is overjoyed to be reunited with his friend Biggs Darklighter who is on planet leave from the Academy. Deak, Windy, Camie, Fixer and Biggs all follow Luke outside to see the battle with Luke's macrobinoculars. The battle appears to have ended and Luke's friends ridicule him for making it all up. (This scene was to come just after R2-D2 and C-3PO eject from the Tantive IV in an escape pod, and before the scene where Princess Leia is led captive before Darth Vader.)

Other appearancesEdit

It is thought that there is no longer any clear footage of this scene available. Existing footage has been degraded by poor film storage conditions over the years. Nonetheless, the scene was restored somewhat in the Blu-ray edition.

Why it was cutEdit

Before the film was cut, this was the audience's first sight of the young Luke Skywalker, much earlier than in the final cut. It was removed along with subsequent scenes of Luke and his friends in Anchorhead. George Lucas had originally written the scenes and shot them at the suggestion of his industry friends who thought that audiences wouldn't understand the story strictly being told from a droid's point of view.

Upon realizing that the story was being told through the droids' perspective and it was them leading things to Luke and Obi-Wan, etc. Lucas took the footage out.

The scene establishes Luke's difficult relationships with his peers, and gives a picture of life on Tatooine. Storyline pacing may have been the deciding factor, but it should also be borne in mind that after Lucas's first screening of the rough cut of Star Wars in 1977, a fellow film-maker jokingly accused him of producing "American Graffiti in space". This jibe probably influenced Lucas to cut the scenes set in Anchorhead.

The sequence where Luke nearly runs down an old woman was an effects shot that was never completed.

Luke and BiggsEdit

This scene is a conversation between Luke and his oldest friend, Biggs Darklighter. Biggs has left Tatooine and is on planet leave from the Imperial Academy where he is training to be a space pilot. Luke's envy of Biggs's success conflicts with his duty to his uncle and his reasons for remaining on Tatooine. Biggs quietly tells Luke that he has decided to join the Rebellion against the Empire. In a tense and emotional conversation, the two young men say their final farewells. (This scene was to come in between the scene where C-3PO spots a distant Jawa sandcrawler in the desert, and the capture R2-D2 by the Jawas in the canyon.)

Other appearancesEdit

Why it was cutEdit

The Luke and Biggs sequence was part of the whole Anchorhead back-story on Tatooine, and was cut along with the other early scenes on Tatooine probably for reasons of story pacing.

Vader and Chief BastEdit

In this short scene, Darth Vader and Chief Bast walk along a corridor on the Death Star. Bast reports that the search for the missing droids has extended to Mos Eisley spaceport. Vader observes that Princess Leia is resisting interrogation, and Bast boldly criticizes Tarkin's plan to break her as "foolish." (The scene would have appeared between the scene where Han Solo encounters Jabba the Hutt in Docking Bay 94 [also cut] and the scene where Luke and Ben find the Millennium Falcon in Docking Bay 94.)

Other appearancesEdit

Why it was cutEdit

Probably for reasons of time. The scene adds little to the plot. The unfinished scene features David Prowse's voice as Darth Vader from inside the costume.

The Search for ArtooEdit

R2-D2 has absconded from his new master, Luke Skywalker. Early in the morning, Luke and Threepio rush off in the landspeeder to search for Artoo, with Threepio driving the landspeeder. They talk about Artoo, Ben Kenobi, and how angry Uncle Owen is going to be. (The scene belongs at the start of the sequence where Luke and Threepio search for Artoo, before the attack of the Tusken Raiders. The moment was scored with a light version of Luke's theme; the music can be heard at the beginning of the cue "Land of the Sand People" on the original LP and CD configurations, or "Landspeeder Search" in the Special Edition album.)

Other appearancesEdit

Why it was cutEdit

The landspeeder cockpit sequence had to be filmed against a rear-projection screen and was dropped due to poor quality.

Stormtrooper Search Edit

Stormtroopers search the alleys of Mos Eisley for the missing droids.

Other appearances Edit

Other cut scenesEdit

Other cut scenes from Episode IV include:

  • The first edit of the film was by John Jympson and referred to as the "Lost Cut". It contained all the footage that George Lucas had shot up to that point, as well as on-set sound effects and a different opening. This rough cut contained a lot of alternate takes that were not used in the final version of the film, plus several scenes that were subsequently cut. George Lucas decided to reedit the whole film to give it a faster pace. Aside from the small amount of still photos that have surfaced and monochrome footage of the Cantina, Luke and Biggs on the Behind the Magic CD-ROM, very few people have seen it. The Star Wars Holiday Special borrowed footage for the "Life On Tatooine" segment. The cut has since deteriorated to black and white, but an article about it was published in Star Wars Insider 41.
  • There are many short alternate takes throughout Star Wars where Luke appears in his poncho which can be seen in stills and bubblegum cards: Luke in the desert, in the Tusken Raiders' canyon, finding the destroyed homestead and in the hangar on Yavin 4. The only poncho scenes that made the final cut were in Docking Bay 94, on the Millennium Falcon flight from the Death Star and the arrival on Yavin 4.
  • Luke and Ben Spend the Night at Bestine.
  • A patron of the Cantina leaves and reports them to the Stormtroopers. The camera follows him out of the Cantina. He can briefly be seen just before an optical wipe and then immediately outside talking to the Stormtroopers as C-3PO says "I don't like the look of this".
  • Luke is seen haggling over the price he gets for his landspeeder for a little longer than is shown in the film.
  • A shot of a hidden gun on the Millennium Falcon shooting at Stormtroopers was cut. This shot was later used on The Empire Strikes Back in the scene where Leia, Chewbacca, Lando and the Droids reach the Millennium Falcon on Bespin.
  • The scene between Biggs and Luke in the rebel hangar bay lasts longer, involving Red leader speaking of knowing Luke's father.
  • There was an additional rebel pilot, known as John D. He is killed shortly after making his first kill. His death still exists on film, with this single line "I'm hit!".
  • A scene within the Death Star where Luke, Han, and Leia are fighting against Stormtroopers. They are trapped against a locked blast door as R2-D2 attempts to open it. The Center of the room is a circular pit from which Stormtroopers are seen falling in as they are shot trying to cross with the use of grappling hooks. The scene in question has never surfaced online or in any other media, except for Roger Ebert's "Microsoft Cinemania". MS Cinemania was a DOS based Multimedia CD-ROM Movie Encyclopedia, released in the early 90s.
  • Also included on Roger Ebert's Microsoft Cinemania was a rare fight scene between Obi-Wan and Darth Vader with the use of the original unrotoscoped lightsaber
  • Extended scene of the meeting among the Imperials on board the Death Star. This scene was later shown at Celebration 2017.

NOTE: Most of the above mentioned Scenes made it into the Star Wars Radio Drama

The Empire Strikes BackEdit

  • While fleeing Imperial troops, Han suggests they take a shortcut through a room that has a sign on it. Leia tells him "that's where they keep those creatures" (the wampas). They run off and C-3PO tears off the warning sign, hoping the troops will mistake it for another room. Sure enough, they do, and one of the snowtroopers is pulled in by a wampa. The other troopers stare in disbelief, and Darth Vader walks up, seemingly just as confused as them, or silently reprimanding them for stopping. The part in which Threepio tears off the warning sign appears in the trailer.
  • Wampa attack on Echo base
  • Dead Tauntauns
  • Bacta Tank
  • Wampa Attack
  • Wampa Trap
  • Bacta Mask
  • Luke and Leia's kiss [3]
  • General Veers' "Death" (the character later appears in EU stories, though the accident which could have resulted in his death is discussed as though the scene had taken place)
  • Troops Meet Wampas
  • Alternate scene between Han and Leia on Bespin with kiss ("You should wear girls' clothes all the time.")
  • A scene in which Lobot has dialogue
  • Lobot being captured by stormtroopers to be killed
  • Luke's Rescue
  • Additional shots of Derek Klivian and his "death"

Return of the JediEdit

  • Luke's original introduction. At Celebration V in Orlando, Fla, on Aug. 14, 2010, Mark Hamill and George Lucas screened a deleted scene of Luke tinkering his new lightsaber. The scene has been included as an extra in the fall 2011 Blu-Ray release of the movie series.
  • Rancor Pit Grate
  • Barge Fight between Ree-Yees and Saelt Marae with C-3PO translating.
  • Leia Attacks a Skiff Guard- This scene shows Leia getting an object and attacks a skiff guard, right before she goes up to the cannon and positions it to the deck. This scene was ultimately cut and you can see a fraction of that footage when Leia appears to get an object. This scene was shot and both photo and video.
  • The Sandstorm: Right after Jabba's Sail Barge blows up, Luke, Han, Leia, Lando, and the droids go back to the Millennium Falcon and Luke's X-wing (both of which are in the middle of a sand storm). Han thanks Luke for saving him and Luke explains to his friends that he has to go back to Dagobah.
  • Ben's Monologue
  • Jerjerrod
  • Darth Vader Force chokes Moff Jerjerrod to get into the Emperor's throne room.
  • Darth Vader lands in the Death Star docking bay with Luke, taking him to the Emperor. (this outtake was partially restored and placed in the special edition of The Empire Strikes Back, having Vader land in the Executor. Moff Jerjerrod can be seen in the new footage and is mouthing his dialogue from ROTJ.)
  • Extended Emperor's Arrival scene - a few frames from his arrival were cut when the Emperor arrives on the Death Star. These frames can be found on T-bone's Star Wars Universe website.
  • Endor Battle - General Crix Madine was to have scenes aboard a Mon Calamari ship during the final battle. These scenes were filmed. Actor Dermot Crowley claims to have spent a few extra days filming in a moving chair shouting things such as "Fire!". There are cut shots of rebel gunners aboard the Millennium Falcon. It was rumored that the B-Wing fighters would be given more to do during the battle in the Special Editions. These scenes have apparently been held back for a future release.
  • Jerjerrod Subplot - Several scenes focusing on Moff Jerjerrod during the Battle of Endor were filmed but ended up cut due to time constraints: In these scenes, Palpatine orders for Jerjerrod to fire the Death Star's superlaser at Endor in the event that the Rebels managed to capture or otherwise deactivate the shield generator. Afterwards, upon learning of the shield's deactivation, Jerjerrod reluctantly carries out his command and orders to scramble fighters to prevent Red and Gold Squadrons from accessing the reactor core. (These scenes were eventually restored in the blu-ray edition).
  • An additional battle in the shield bunker, where Han and the Rebels encounter a squad of stormtroopers outside the control room. This scene was later used as gameplay in the "Triumph of the Rebellion" mission in Star Wars: Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike.
  • The Return of the Jedi Edit Droid Laserdisc featured a silent 59 seconds of R2-D2 repairing Luke's X-Wing on Dagobah and about 29 minutes of Frank Oz being fed lines as Yoda.[3] Among the scenes included the filming of a scene that revealed that Yoda had forbade Obi-Wan Kenobi from telling Luke Skywalker about Vader being Luke's father.
  • Luke and Vader arrive on the Death Star- This scene shows Luke and Vader stepping off the shuttle and walks through the imperial hangar. So far this scene is still hidden and only photos have resurfaced proving the existence of this scene.

The Force AwakensEdit

  • Finn and the Villager Following the death of FN-2003 during the attack on Tuanul, FN-2187 spares the life of a villager.
  • Jakku Message At the D'Qar's Resistance base, Major Taslin Brance informs General Leia Organa that Tuanul was wiped out and there was no sign of the map. Brance also told her that Poe Dameron and his droid were missing. Organa orders them to find BB-8 instead of contacting the New Republic.
  • Unkar Plutt's Arm Unkar Plutt confronts Rey at Maz Kanata's castle and warns her of the trouble she's in. Rey attempts to defend herself but is disarmed by Unkar. Chewbacca steps in to help Rey as Unkar makes fun of him. Angered by Unkar, Chewbacca then steps on Unkar's foot and rips his arm out of its socket which lands on a table in front of Wollivan.
  • Tunnel Standoff While escaping Maz's palace, Han Solo, Finn, Chewbacca, and Maz Kanata are cut off by a group of stormtroopers, who wished to arrest them in the name of Supreme Leader Snoke. Solo attempts to talk them out of it, asking "Do you know a Smoke?" and "What makes him Supreme?" He then asks, "Is this something [Finn] did? Is this about the stormtrooper boots?" to which Finn replies "That's how you knew." This implies that Solo realized that Finn was a deserted stormtrooper because of the boots he was wearing.
  • X-Wings Prepare for Lightspeed Resistance base personnel give Dameron and his pilots the all clear after the Falcon lands on Starkiller Base.
  • Kylo Searches the Falcon A squad of Snowtroopers and Kylo Ren search the Millennium Falcon. Ren then see Dameron's X-wings moving in to attack when he walks out.
  • Snow Speeder Chase Finn and Rey take a snowspeeder but are pursued by another until Finn shoots the gunner and causes it to crash.
  • Finn Will Be Fine After Rey returns to D'Qar with Finn, Dr. Harter Kalonia assures her that Finn will be fine.

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