How big a Star Wars fan are you? Do you know the answers to the following questions:
Who was the first Star Trek actor involved with Star Wars?
Were Luke and Leia originally twins, according to George Lucas?
How old were Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher at the time of casting?
What were the Whills? A throwaway name of little significance or something more?
Was Peter Cushing considered for the role of Ben Kenobi?
Why did Geoffrey Unsworth, the cinematographer for 2001: A Space Odyssey, decline to film Star Wars?
What was Peter Beale’s role in the making of Star Wars?
Which actress did Marcia Lucas prefer to be Princess Leia?
Who were the first people hired at Industrial Light and Magic?
What is Anthony Daniels’ favorite science fiction film?
How was the lightsaber constructed, and by whom?
What is the significance of Leia’s cell block number, 2187?
Who defended George Lucas from a skeptical English crew during filming?
How did Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher celebrate the American Bicentennial while in England?
Why did Twentieth Century-Fox oppose the title, “Star Wars”?
What world-famous celebrity served on the board of directors at 20th Century-Fox at the time?
When was the Star Wars Corporation established?
What was the “26 for ‘76” campaign?
Was the first trailer considered a failure or success?
What was “The Lippincott Spiral” and how did it contribute to the success of Star Wars?
You can find the answer to these questions, and a whole lot more, in The Star Wars Historical Sourcebook, Volume One, 1971-1976, soon to be available through Amazon.com!