Star Wars Episode 4: A New Hope Easter Egg - Hidden Jawa

In the beginning of the film when Luke Skywalker is knocked out from a Tuskan raider and you see R2-D2 hiding among the rocks, you can see two glowing eyes hidden to the right from a Jawa.

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Contributed By: matt lyons on 12-30-1999
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MovieBuff writes:
One funny thing about that Tuskan raider scene with Luke is that we were led to believe he was knocked out. Actually, when confronted by the raider, Luke fainted. That's a cool fact from the original book by Lucas.
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Did you know that when the Tuskan Raider is screaming and lifting his weapon the scene is being looped.
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Is it just me or did Lucas take a part out of the original movie when they did the special editions? I remember seeing C-3PO get his arm knocked off by a tuskan raider in the original movies yet in the special editions you don't see it! It's kinda funny because it seems as though C-3PO's are just fell off!
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Duff writes:
Sorry Johngo- "A New Hope" by George Lucas is copyright 1976. The movie was released in 1977. While they may have been written at the same time, the book was DEFINITELY not written after the movie was made.
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yareal poof writes:
That's not an egg, you're supposed to see that!
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Booyah12345 writes:
It has to be an egg, it is in no way relevant to the movie!
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Demonhawk writes:
Just because it isn't relevant to the movie doesn't mean it was an easter egg. There are some great movies where 90% of the dialogue isn't relevant, but that doesn't make all of that a big easter egg... Eggs are things put there for the amusement of the makers of the film, most of the time anyway.
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Josh writes:
I don't believe that the book was actually written by Lucas, If I remember correctly, it was written by Alan Dean Foster under then name George Lucas. The writing is definitely similar to Foster's work, if you have ever read any of his other sci-fi books.
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kane_knight writes:
I don't really know what the official line is on whether Luke was knocked out, but the scene is used at points in both RPGs to indicate that Obi-Wan used his skills with the Force to heal him. As for the eyes, they seemed blatantly obvious to me, and never once seemed out of place. Not in the 20-some-odd years That I have watched the original Trilogy.
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Johngo Kongo writes:
As far as I know, the book was written after the movie...
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