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Mark Hamill Denies Famous 'Star Wars' Fumble

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 13/10/2015 Cole Delbyck

Perhaps no film franchise in the history of cinema has been as heavily scrutinized as "Star Wars." From continuity errors to the complete lack of chemistry between Hayden Christensen and Natalie Portman, every scene, line, and mistake has provided fodder for Internet message boards and fandom communities. 

One of the most famous flubs has just been settled by Luke Skywalker himself. In "Star Wars: A New Hope," the first release in the saga, Luke (Mark Hamill) returns home after destroying the Death Star in the Battle of Yavin. He is greeted by his friends and family (that Leia sister bomb hadn't been dropped yet) to celebrate the victory. 

"Star Wars" fans have long questioned whether Hamill broke the fourth wall by mistakenly yelling "Carrie!" when he hugs co-star Carrie Fisher, instead of using her character's name, Leia. 

Responding to a fan's question on Twitter, Hamill ended the confusion once and for all and called the supposed mistake "Total BS."

Hamill claims that he actually said, "'There she...' as in, 'There she is,'" and that the dialogue in that scene was dubbed. 

Check out the video and decide for yourself.

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