Someone Made a Video Concordance for All the Dialogue in Star Wars

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June 4 2014 11:12 AM

Someone Made a Video Concordance for all the Dialogue in Star Wars

Mark Hamill in Star Wars
Mark Hamill in Star Wars.

Courtesy of Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM.

ARST ARSW: Star Wars Sorted Alphabetically” is the latest proof that fandom for George Lucas’ movie empire knows no bounds. YouTube user suckerpinch painstakingly broke down all of the English dialogue from the original Star Wars and created a video concordance, presenting, in alphabetical order, each time a word is spoken.

A fun fact, courtesy of the 43-minute video: The word “lightsaber” is said just once.

Aisha Harris is a Slate staff writer.

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