What do you know about the 'Star Wars' movies?

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Whether you're a lifelong 'Star Wars' fan or a total newbie, you've got to take this quiz. As Yoda says, "Do... or do not. There is no try."

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An orchestra performs music from the 'Star Wars' movies
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Question 1 of 12 Score: 0

Which orchestra performed the music for the 'Star Wars' films?

John Williams composed the iconic scores, which were performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, for all six "Star Wars" movies. John Williams and the LSO also teamed up to record for "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets."

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J.J. Abrams
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Question 2 of 12 Score: 0

True or false? J. J. Abrams will be directing Episodes VII and VIII.

Director Rian Johnson will take over for Episode VIII. Joining him is Israeli producer Ram Bergman and American producer Kathleen Kennedy.

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Jabba the Hutt
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Question 3 of 12 Score: 0

What species was Jabba the Hutt supposed to be in the original 'Star Wars Episode IV?'

Jabba the Hutt was originally played by actor Declan Mulholland in scenes that were cut from the 1977 release of "Episode IV." In the re-release, Jabba is the computer-generated slug we recognize today.

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Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia
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Question 4 of 12 Score: 0

What color was Luke Skywalker's lightsaber that he built himself?

Luke's second lightsaber was one he built himself, and it sported a green blade made from a synthetic lightsaber crystal. Luke's first lightsaber was blue and originally belonged to his father.

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Slave Leia
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Question 5 of 12 Score: 0

What was Princess Leia's home planet?

Princess Leia was adopted by Bail Organa and Queen Breha of the planet Alderaan. Spoiler alert: the planet was destroyed by the Death Star in "Episode IV."

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R2-D2
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Question 6 of 12 Score: 0

What does R2-D2 stand for?

Legend has it that R2-D2 was named after the shorthand name used by editors "Reel 2 Dialogue 2" – but an official Star Wars encyclopedia defines R2-D2 as "Second Generation Robotic Droid Series-2."

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Star Wars LEGO figurines on an ice planet

Question 7 of 12 Score: 0

Which animal is shown in this LEGO diorama?

Tauntauns lived on the ice planet Hoth, featured in "Star Wars Episode V."

Queen Amidala's costume
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Question 8 of 12 Score: 0

Which actress played Queen Amidala's handmaiden and decoy?

Israeli-born actress Natalie Portman starred as Queen Amidala while British actress Keira Knightley played her decoy. Reportedly, the two looked so similar when they were all made up that even Knightley's mother couldn't tell them apart.

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Question 9 of 12 Score: 0

True or false? The Rebel Alliance destroyed the only Death Star.

There was more than one Death Star. The first Death Star was destroyed by Luke Skywalker. After a second Death Star was rebuilt, it was destroyed by Lando Calrissian.

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Question 10 of 12 Score: 0

Name this cute critter from the 'Star Wars' films.

The furry Ewoks lived on the forest moon of Endor and helped the Rebel Alliance fight in "Star Wars Episode VI."

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Stormtroopers
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Question 11 of 12 Score: 0

Stormtroopers were originally clones of which character?

While not all Imperial Stormtroopers were clones, the Stormtroopers were first created as clones of the bounty hunter Jango Fett. Jango kept one of his clones to himself and raised it as his son, Boba.

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Natalie Portman
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Question 12 of 12 Score: 0

True or false? Natalie Portman was still in high school when she starred in 'Star Wars Episode I'.

According to a BBC interview with Portman, the Israeli-American actress (and now producer and director) missed the U.S. premiere of "The Phantom Menace" to study for her high school finals!

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