Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge Of The Sith Easter Egg - Millenium Falcon

This egg happens after Anakin and Obi-Wan crash land what is left of General Grievous' ship and are taken on a transport. When the transport is landing, on the lower right of the screen you see the Millenium Falcon land.

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Contributed By: paulgow on 05-20-2005
Reviewed By: David Wolf
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Falcon is at the bottom of the picture almost off the edge.  Enjoy!!! millenium falcon in the revenge of the sith
Falcon is at the bottom of the picture almost off the edge. Enjoy!!! millenium falcon in the revenge of the sith

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paulgow writes:
While many YT-1300's may be in the STAR WARS galaxy, only one is ever seen or mentioned in the other STAR WARS movies (I,II,IV,V,and VI). IT IS the MILLENIUM FALCON.
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JoeyCrack writes:
For all you nay-sayers: It's tiny, but visible enough to send a warm fuzzy through the hearts of original trilogy fans. In the establishing shot of the expansive Senate docking bays, there's a tiny Millennium Falcon easing into frame. And it's not just a non-descript Corellian freighter; it's on good authority -- namely George Lucas -- that this is the infamous hunk-of-junk before it came into the ownership of either Lando Calrissian or Han Solo. check it at: http://www.starwars.com/episode-iii/bts/production/f20050526/index.html
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arrell writes:
Well, it is noted at http://www.starwars.com/episode-iii/bts/production/f20050526/index.html as being the Millenium Falcon, so you can't argue with that.
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obiwan15 writes:
yes it is the millenium falcon it says so on the starwars web site
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stormtrooper writes:
I saw an interview with the special effects technicians. They say that is is indeed the Millenium Falcon, and they looked at the trilogy's visual dictionary for reference. After that, they just modified it to make it feel newer.
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yes it is the 'Falcon. just under a different name at that time. the name she had then was "stellar envoy". at that point she was a stock light freighter, and hadn't been extensively modified yet. her purpose there was to receive instructions,and a device from a group of Jedi for the purpose of restoring the honor or something of the republic. this is all explored in the new book, "millennium Falcon" in which the falcons past is traced
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Senban writes:
Sorry but that's not correct! The Millennium Falcon is indeed seen in Revenge Of The Sith during the Coruscant landing shots (approx 0:22:55 on the DVD) but it's not the only YT-1300 seen during the six movies. Two YT-1300s can also be seen in Attack Of The Clones during the landing sequences on Naboo (approx 0.37.05 on the DVD).
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The Evil Pig writes:
I think you also see the millennium Falcon in episode 1 when Darth Maul and Sidious are talking on Coroscant.
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Zac Magnum writes:
I saw the Falcon the first time I saw the movie. It was cool to see, and it is 100% true. It was obviously not put there by accident.
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If anyone has read the book "Millennium Falcon" It tells the history of the ship, and earlier owners had to break past the blockade to get into Coruscant to deliver a package to the Jedi, to break past the blockade they must hide in the smoke & fire of the crashing ship that Anakin is piloting with Obi Wan and Palpatine on board.
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I spotted this on the first viewing, and whenever I told anyone about it, they said there were likely many ships like it out there.
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Jelloman writes:
Remember, this is a modified Corellian Freighter - probably quite a few made on Corellia!
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A Corellian Ship, who cares.
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Forceuser35 writes:
In actuality, what you are seeing in a Corellian YT-1300 transport, one of the more common starships used by Corellian pilots. The Millenium Falcon is just a highly modified version.
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