Mark Hamill Denies Fumble: Denies Botching Line
Published: October 15, 2015
Mark Hamill Denies Fumble: Denies Botching Line, Actor Mark Hammill denies a fumble was made when he appeared in “Star Wars: A New Hope.” In the first movie of the franchise, it’s being debated that Hamill in one section of the film called a female character by another name.
According to Huffington Post on October 13, Hamill’s character of Luke Skywalker called Carrie Fischer by her real name — although she was portraying Princess Leia in the film. In the scene, Luke returns home after destroying the Death Star in the Battle of Yavin. He is greeted by his friends and family to celebrate his victory. When he hugged Leia, he supposedly called her “Carrie.”
When a fan on Twitter asked Mark Hamill about it, he denied the fumble … calling it “Total BS.” He wrote: “TOTAL BS! Actually said ‘There she…’ as in ‘There she is.’ Dialogue in that scene was dubbed. In-jokes disallowed!”
With all of the digital advancements in television and dvds, it’s easy to re-examine films scene-by-scene. Mark Hamill denies the fumble, but was it really “dubbed”?
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