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35 years ago today Star Wars was released in theaters! What's your favorite Star Wars memory?
35 years ago. It was the year I was born so my cousin who is a big Star Wars nerd lol always refers to me as "a Star Wars Baby". - Mrsblue 693.1 #261 5-25-12 7:34AMLike(1)Reply
Watching the re-release of the original Star Wars movies in the theater with my dad. The original release happened before I was born. - Donaldfan_532 239.7 #1412 5-25-12 7:11AMLikeReply
I think it was 35 years ago. That my fatherinlaw took our older daughter to see it 3 times on opening day. - Tealtownfan 1015.5 #172 5-25-12 7:23AMLikeReply
Seeing Empire when it first came out. I remember waiting outside in a line to get in. The theater doesn't even exist anymore. We were front row, and surprise Wampa. Yeah, I am still shocked I didn't have nightmares from that. That is most likely because that is also when I met Yoda. - Lelundrial 571.3 #334 5-25-12 7:27AMLikeReply
Wow. 35 years! I was 11 and my dad took me to stand in the long line at the Cinerama theatre in Honolulu. It doesn't exist any more either. I don't think I ever stood in line for a movie before. - mojohito 241.6 #1393 5-25-12 7:41AMLikeReply
Back in the eighties my stepfather was an executive at Fox Studios. They had a kids day at the studio including screening of the original trilogy in the theatre. I stayed and watched all three in a row. - ScooterMike 1963.0 #72 5-25-12 7:42AMLikeReply
I won a radio station promo. I got a StarWars poster and a SW comic book😊 - E-Ticket 1379.2 #111 5-25-12 7:47AMLikeReply
I went to the movies with my (then) boyfriend to see some dumb space movie - has absolutely NO idea of what I was going to see. I remember being absolutely blown away!! - TinkPen 432.7 #468 5-25-12 7:49AMLikeReply
I've never seen a Star Wars movie despite my sis being a HUGE fan!!! 😁 - MozPrincess 582.4 #326 5-25-12 8:10AMLikeReply
I was 9 when it was released and the hoopla was pretty intense. It seemed every boy I knew was acting out scenes everywhere I went. I didnt see it until it was rereleased in the theaters. - PrincessDuckie 825.1 #206 5-25-12 8:18AMLikeReply
I've seen every Star Wars film in the theater, including this first release (Episode IV). - IMissDisney 1205.7 #133 5-25-12 8:21AMLikeReply
Seeing it 20 times in the movie theaters when it was released. My Mom seen it about 10 times with me and the rest were with whoever I could get to go. - Evilstitch 338.5 #665 5-25-12 8:23AMLikeReply
I was ten when it came out. Remember seeing it. Then, because my Dad loved it so much, seeing it AGAIN the next day. - Experiment818 1646.3 #93 5-25-12 8:51AMLikeReply
Waiting in line for the opening weekend with a bunch of friends. It was the first movie I ever waited in a line to see a movie. It was unheard of at the time and it was worth every minute we waited. - VeloMouseGirl 549.8 #349 5-25-12 8:54AMLikeReply
The first Star Wars movie I ever saw was Episode I. I was 8 and I saw it with my mom, brother, and uncle. I still remember the theater we saw it in too. That was a fun day. I didn't understand the movie at the time, but I had fun being with my fam. - MagicalCaprice 480.7 #412 5-25-12 8:58AMLikeReply