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Friday, 10 May 2013

Darth Vader Strikes Back

Headline of the last few weeks was for me ......

"Darth Vader's 'first victim' dies"

What can you say to that ...... finally my hero and also 'Anti Hero', makes the news and I can post on him once again.

Actually, it relates to the demise of the 'Star Wars' actor Richard LeParmentier who as you may have easily guessed played one of, if not the first character killed by Darth Vader in the 1977 movie 'Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope'. He was of course the character Admiral Conan Antonio Motti, who extolled the virtues of the Empire's 'Death Star' space station, and who poured scorn on Vader's "sad devotion to that ancient Jedi religion".

Admiral Conan Antonio Motti v Darth Vader - No Contest

Big mistake buddy, Vader found his vocal "lack of faith. Disturbing" and his diatribe brings a swift rebuke from the masked Vader, who uses "The Force" to place a choke hold on his throat, and leave him slumped on the table, ostensibly dead. .... mind you with the headline "'first victim' dies, only coming up 35 yrs after he, he may only have been very very poorly, for a very long long time .... ago.

Ah those were the days ........ you knew who was who, and what was what in a universe far far away. And the biggest WHO was Darth Vader ..... The Man!

Darth Vader - Warrior

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