Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

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|Producer = Gary Kurtz
 
|Producer = Gary Kurtz
 
|Director = Irvin Kershner
 
|Director = Irvin Kershner
|Writer = George Lucas (story), Leigh Brackett (screenplay), Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay)
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|Writer = George Lucas (story)<br />Leigh Brackett (screenplay)<br />Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay)
 
|Company = 20th Century Fox
 
|Company = 20th Century Fox
 
|ReleaseDate = May 21, 1980  
 
|ReleaseDate = May 21, 1980  
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|Image = [[Image:Hoth ATATs.jpg|300px|center]]
 
|Website = [http://www.starwars.com StarWars.com]
 
|Website = [http://www.starwars.com StarWars.com]
 
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'''''Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back''''' is episode V of [[George Lucas]]'s [[Star Wars]] storyline.  It depicts a major setback for the [[Rebellion]] against the [[Empire]], and reveals the true identity of [[Darth Vader]].
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'''''Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back''''' is episode V of [[George Lucas]]'s [[Star Wars]] storyline.  It depicts a major setback for the [[Rebellion]] against the [[Empire]], and reveals the true identity of [[Darth Vader]], which is arguably the greatest plot twist in movie history.
  
 
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[[Category:Star Wars]]
 
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Latest revision as of 22:57, 2 January 2010

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Hoth ATATs.jpg
Producer:

Gary Kurtz

Director:

Irvin Kershner

Company:

20th Century Fox

Release Date:

May 21, 1980

Website:

StarWars.com

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Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back is episode V of George Lucas's Star Wars storyline. It depicts a major setback for the Rebellion against the Empire, and reveals the true identity of Darth Vader, which is arguably the greatest plot twist in movie history.

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