Star Wars Episode 4: A New Hope Easter Egg - Dice in Millenium Falcon

There are a pair of metallic dice hanging up in the cockpit of the Millenium Falcon right in between Han and Chewie.

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Contributed By: Shaun Barry on 07-31-1999
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nukewars writes:
They are Han's lucky dice, just a good luck charm. it says so in the card game i have.
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Martin976 writes:
cadman, Han Won the falcon from Lando in a game of Sabbac, which has no dice.
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reandy writes:
I believe this to be a reference to American Graffiti, where fuzzy dice are also in Harrison Ford's car in that movie.
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Slimshady writes:
Um..... Is it just me, or do 40% of the vehicles in movies have fuzzy dice?
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Holy crap,people. This egg is not about SABBAC, it's about the dice. By the way, the dice are not easter eggs! They're in the cockpit to add character to the Falcon.
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Mike Zemel writes:
The dice are purposely put there. In the CCG there is a card saying that they are there. They are used for luck.
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Jenn writes:
The dice are only in the first scence of the millenium falcon, they are not there in subsequent scenes....
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Yodaman writes:
American Graffiti actually came out 5 or 6 years before this film.
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limeganja writes:
First, the movie had metallic dice (go check the movie, you must probably have it). Second, American Graffiti (which came out around the same time as episode four) was the first movie to have fuzzy dice (or anything for that matter) hanging from the rear view mirror. Lucas, like such great directors as Steven Speiberg, Stanley Kurbrick, Stephen King, Quentin Tarentino, etc.., was making a reference to one of his own movies
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Corran H writes:
Hey Cadman. What you talkin' about man! Solo won the Falcon in a game of sabacc. A poker style card game with electronic cards and NO dice!
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Duff writes:
Sabbac is played with electronic cards and a randomizing machine. No dice are involved.
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ConCor writes:
SABBAC IS A CARD GAME! Thank you.
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Ephant Mon writes:
a lot of you are right on this one folks. Sabacc is a very complex game which does involve cards. However! There are several bastardizations of the game, some simpler, some more complex. The best example of this that we have is the version that is played on Tattoine, which has been simplified to allow more patrons to lose their money to the Hutts.
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Barbara Fett writes:
Wait a minute. Go to http://www.the-cantina.com/library/sabacc.txt and you will see that there is a die in Sabacc. However, there is only one die in the game and two in the ship, so the ones in the ship probably are for luck.
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