Star Wars Episode 6: Return of the Jedi Easter Egg - Greedo's Exact Dialogue in Return of the Jedi

In "Return," as C-3PO and R2-D2 enter Jabba'a throne room, tune in to what the aliens are saying, you'll notice that one is speaking the exact dialogue as Greedo spoke in ther Mos Eisely Cantina in Epsiode 4!

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Contributed By: Cameron Polson on 08-01-1999
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DrHookah writes:
This language, sometimes referred to as Huttese in the SW universe, is a bastardization of a real language called Quechua. It is a native Andean language still spoken in Peru, Bolivia, and parts of Ecuador. I can understand some of what Jabba and Greedo are saying, and it matches fairly well with the subtitles. Just another bit of trivia.
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Lone Star writes:
It's very common that sound engineers (Or whatever their technical name is) take many different kinds of sounds (In this case different dialogs to give the impression of a busy place) and then mix them all together. One of my friends once did (He is studying to become a sound engineer) sound analysis of several movies (One being Return of the Jedi), and he found many examples of recycled dialog. On another note most of the alien language in Star Wars is real languages that are being played backwards and cut a bit, such as the language Bib Fortuna (The Twi'lek headmaster at Jabba's Palace) speaks is really a dialect from Tibet run backwards.
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Barbara Fett writes:
I heard it too! It can be heard before R2 plays Luke's message.
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Huttese, a very common language used in Jabbas palace.
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Razor090487 writes:
Just to say, all Star Wars languages were composed of our world's languages, edited played backwards, tweaked and other stuff. So I dont blame ya for finding a native peru language in there.
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